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Who Is My Undergraduate Adviser?

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First-year Students

If you are a first-year student, your adviser is Brittany Aranowitz or Tassamai Sawetpibul (located in 232 Dibner Building), depending on your major. Integrated Digital Media, Science & Technology Studies and Sustainable Urban Environments students will be advised by their departmental advisers for the duration of their academic careers.

Brittany  Aranowitz
  • Applied Physics
  • Biomolecular Science
  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical and Comp
  • Math
  • Math and Physics
  • Undeclared


Tassamai  Sawetpibul

  • Business and Technology Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Construction Management
  • Honors (first semester registration only)
  • Mechanical Engineering

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior, your adviser is a member of your major department.

Applied Physics

Lorcan M. Folan

Biomolecular Science

Bruce  Garetz
Tommy S. Lee
Alexandra  Seidenstein
Evgeny   Vulfson

Business and Technology Management

Bohdan   Hoshovsky

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Jin Ryoun Kim
Rastislav   Levicky
Jovan   Mijovic

Civil Engineering

Jose Miguel Ulerio

Computer Science and Engineering

Crystal F Dilonez
Susana M Garcia-Henriquez
Dan  Goncalves

Construction Management

Lawrence  Chiarelli

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Matthew  Campisi
Richard  Toth

HUSS General Education Requirements

Integrated Digital Media

Eric  Maiello


Alison  Entin

Mechanical Engineering

Joseph   Borowiec
Sanghoon  Nathan Lee

Pre-Health Careers

Gene  R. DiResta
Tommy S. Lee
Alexandra  Seidenstein

Science and Technology Studies

James P. Lewis

Sustainable Urban Environments

James P. Lewis


Brittany  Aranowitz

Other Academic Advisers and Staff

Academic Advisement Center

General Studies

Melissa   Barnes
Stephen  Kendall

Opportunity Programs Counselors

Liaison to Undergraduate Advisers

Michael   Campbell