Peer advisors are student academic leaders on campus who work closely with academic deans, college advisors and directors of academic engagement to create programming that helps expose you to all that Duke offers. Peer advisors can share how they formed meaningful mentoring relationships with faculty, help you navigate online registration, and help you learn to distinguish what is merely popular from what is individually meaningful to you. They are available via email, Facebook and for individual meetings, and they regularly sponsor events in East Campus dorms and neighborhoods.
Your Peer Advisors
|Peer advisor||Academic areas of interest|
I serve students housed in Blackwell.
I serve students housed in Wilson.
I serve students housed in Giles.
I serve students housed in Randolph.
I am a senior pursuing a major in public policy. My interests lie in community health and wellness in colleges, universities and other communities. I am also interested in French language and Francophone countries and cultures.
I serve students housed in Jarvis.
As of right now I am thinking of majoring in Neuroscience with a minor in Psychology.
I serve students housed in Alspaugh.
I serve students housed in Bell Tower.
I'm pursuing a major in environmental chemistry with minors in environmental science and biology. With these interests, I'm studying the health effects caused by our surroundings, such as consumer products and air quality.
I am a junior who designed my own degree in "Health Innovation: Evidence to Impact", through Program II. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, I study how to use evidence based practice to design, implement and evaluate new health innovations.
I serve students housed in Pegram.
I am an African/ African American Studies and Religion double major, on a pre-med track. Within my majors, I hope to study how blackness informs one's religious experiences. I am also interested in how both religion and race affect one's experiences with healthcare, particularly as it relates to Sickle Cell disease.
I serve students housed in East House.
I am a junior double majoring in chemisty and computer science. My interest lies in computational chemistry, especially the application of physical chemistry to NMR spectroscopy. I love to help freshmen and sophomores who are interested in chemistry or related subjects, to explore these areas and plan the academics. My experience of research at Duke and my involvement in Bass Connections and DukeEngage are something that I'd like to share with other students as well.
I serve students housed in Brown.