Message from AgBio Student Services regarding COVID-19
AgBio Student Services is committed to doing our part to keep our students, faculty, staff, and campus community safe. In light of public health concerns related to COVID-19, AgBio Student Services is working remotely, but we are still available to help.
Our regular working hours are 8:30 am-12 pm, 1-4:30 pm, Monday to Friday. You can reach us by email at email@example.com. Although in-person advising appointments have been suspended, you can continue to book phone appointments online.
We ask for your patience as we are transitioning to working remotely and finding new ways to support you in these challenging times!
Don’t forget to add the AgBio Undergraduate Resources channel to your favorites in PAWS! Many of the important resources that we would connect you to in an in-person appointment are posted online in this channel.
Whether you’re entering your first year, have transferred from another post-secondary institution, or are preparing to graduate, an academic advisor offers personalized and confidential guidance to help you succeed. In the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, academic advising is carried out by AgBio Student Services and AgBio faculty advisors.
AgBio Student Services
- provide advice and guidance to students throughout their first year of study in the College of AgBio
- help students strategically choose a major
- advise on college regulations and university policies
- ensure students satisfy promotion and graduation standards
- assist students facing academic difficulty
- advocate for appropriate resources for students
- advise incoming and outgoing Study Abroad exchange students
- provide advice and guidance to transfer students
- provide culturally sensitive guidance and support to Aboriginal and international students
Kelly Delorme-Greyeyes, Academic Programs Assistant
Room 2D29, Agriculture Building
Mary Stirling, Recruitment, Academic Advising Officer
Room 2D30, Agriculture Building
All general inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty and Department Advising
Why should I visit with a faculty advisor?
Once you have declared your major, you should contact the faculty advisor for your area of study.
AgBio faculty advisors:
- provide advice and guidance to students who have chosen their major
- provide guidance in course selection and ensure that students are meeting their program requirements
- connect students to faculty experts and industry connections in their field of interest
- serve as teachers and mentors and give advice on professional development and employment opportunities
Murray Drew, Professor and Academic Advisor
Room 6D62, Agriculture Building
Mika Asai-Coakwel, Assistant Professor and Academic Advisor
Room 6D26, Agriculture Building
Colin Peterson, Departmental Assistant
Room 6D16, Agriculture Building
Agronomy (Degree and Diploma)
Krista Wilde, Lecturer and Academic Advisor
Room 2C08, Agriculture Building
Applied Plant Ecology
Eric Lamb, Associate Professor and Academic Advisor
Room 4D68, Agriculture Building
Karen Tanino, Professor
Room 2C16, Agriculture Building
Crop ScienceSean Prager, Assistant Professor and Academic Advisor
Room 3C80, Agriculture Building