March 14, 2014
University Experience peer instructors selected for fall 2014
The Academic Assistance Center has selected 18 students who will serve as peer instructors of the University Experience in the fall. The peer instructors are:
Jennifer Beesley, senior in mathematics education.
Paula Blough, senior in agricultural communications and journalism
Kerri Briggs, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders
Megan Bruce, senior in communication sciences and disorders and psychology
Clayton Buckner, sophomore in philosophy and criminology
Matt Castinado, senior in kinesiology
Lyndsie Graham, sophomore in industrial engineering
Kristina Keehn, sophomore in athletic training
Chase Kitterman, junior in psychology
Mackenzie LaCount, junior in secondary education & biology
Blair Lewis, sophomore in mathematics education
Alaina Littlejohn, junior in animal science.
Katie Mosher, senior in psychology
Ethan Pauls, junior in electrical engineering
June Ramirez, junior in communication studies
Kristen Svec, senior in chemical engineering
Allison Thompson, senior in biology
Derrick Till, senior in political science and psychology
Cecilia Wuertz, junior in biology
University Experience is an elective suggested to first-year students who are looking to gain academic skills, connect to campus resources and explore interests, values and goals. Peer instructors create an open environment within their classrooms, where students can discuss common problems and concerns, as well as be exposed to diverse insights, strategies and techniques that are essential to success in a multicultural world.