2019 Peer Advisors
The college experience is very different from the high school experience. The way you approach your academics and social life will need to change. EAC Peer Advisors have successfully made this transition, and are your best resource for your first year.
Peer advisors are upperclass students in a variety of engineering departments who have been trained to help first-year students choose courses, register for classes, and understand the policies and procedures of the College. More importantly, as students, peer advisors have a personal insight into life at the University of Michigan. They can answer questions about professors, majors, student organizations, and campus life in general. Peer advisors are a terrific resource for first year students. Along with academic advisors, they can assist you in making your transition to college as smooth as possible.
If you are interested in becoming a peer advisor, see the application information.
My name is Robert Amori, and I am a junior from Saline, MI studying Chemical Engineering with a minor in Music. I am very involved around campus, being both a member of the Michigan Marching Band clarinet section and the Co-President of SWAM, Michigan's club swim team. I am also a member of M-Heal: The Initiative, a student project team dedicated to lowering the mortality rate of underweight newborns in third-world countries. I enjoy spending my free time playing with my cats, singing along to the Zac Brown Band in the shower, and taking long walks on the beach during a sunset. I am excited to work with the incoming engineering students to find their path here at the University of Michigan and discover themselves in the process.
I was born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I am a sophomore studying Computer Science Engineering and am an active member of the Society of Women Engineers and BLUELab. Outside of academics, I love to bake and cook, read, and watch Wolverine athletics. After graduating, I plan on working and continuing to learn throughout my career.
Hello! I am a junior studying chemical engineering from Dexter, Michigan. On campus, I am researching polymer foams for protective sports helmets as a part of the Multidisciplinary Program, I am a member of the Society of Women Engineers, and I was a Science Learning Center facilitator for organic chemistry. I love to travel, and last summer I had the opportunity to study abroad in Spain through the International Program in Engineering. In the future, I hope to work for an innovative company that specializes in food processing, cosmetic products, or pharmaceuticals.
Hi there! I'm Nick and I'm from snowy Hancock, Michigan. I'm a rising Sophomore and majoring in Computer Engineering with a minor in entrepreneurship. During my first year I was involved with Michigan Hyperloop and ventured into MASA and MHackers. In my free time, I also like to build computers and play guitar. In the future, I hope to work in the tech industry and eventually start my own company in the space.
I am a rising junior majoring in Materials Science and Engineering. My hometown is Novi, Michigan. This past school year, I served as both Show Chair and Brother Chair in my social fraternity, Sigma Phi. I enjoy playing and writing music, as well as playing video games.
Hi! My name is Natalie Rolf. I'm from Beverly Hills, MI and I'm a rising junior studying Computer Science Engineering. Outside of the classroom I'm involved in Greek Life and I also work on campus through Michigan Dining. In my free time I enjoy running and Detroit Tigers baseball.
Hello my name is Joshuah Smith. I’m from Milford, Michigan and am an upcoming senior studying computer science. I’m involved on campus with in a club called HackBlue that teaches middle school kids how to code and am an Evan Scholar as well. I’m really into sports and you can find me at the CCRB playing basketball most days. My plans for the future involve moving to the west coast to pursue a web developer career.
I am a rising junior majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science from Camden, Delaware. On campus, I am the President of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) and spent 2 years as a member and then Peer Advisor in the Michigan Research and Discovery Scholars (MRADS). Outside of class and clubs, I love to see different performances happening around campus and explore the many amazing restaurants around Ann Arbor with my friends. I am preparing to go to graduate school (still deciding on pursuing a Masters or PhD!) and then work in the biotechnology industry, hopefully in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
My name is Joe Williams, and I am an intended mechanical engineering major and materials science minor from Stanton, MI. Along with school work, I was also a lab assistant in a biomedical research lab. A fun fact about myself is that I love musicals and jazz music. As of now, I plan on going on to work in the private sector after I graduate, but who knows what the future has in store!