Schedule an Information Session, Dates & Times
Tuesday, September 6th, 4:30 pm
Wednesday, September 14th, 5 pm
Monday, September 26th, 4 pm
Tuesday, October 11th, 5 pm
Thursday, October 27th, 4:30 pm
Wednesday, November 9th, 5:30 pm
Monday, November 21st, 5 pm
Thursday, December 8th, 4:30 pm
Becky is from Bethesda, MD, and is a PitE major and Water minor. She is interested in the policy, management, and conservation issues surrounding sustainable fisheries. In her free time, Becky enjoys working at the campus farm and playing field hockey on the club team.
Natalie is from Bloomfield Hills, MI, and is a double major in Environment and Biology, Health, and Society with a minor in Sustainability. She is interested in vegan cooking, and sustainable agriculture and is specializing in environmental law. Last summer, Natalie interned with the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Ari is from Ann Arbor, Michigan, but grew up in the Netherlands and England. She is double majoring in Environment and English and specializing in environmental communications. Ari is participating in the Honors Summer Fellowship and will soon be conducting her PitE thesis research.
Students that have declared the PitE Major or a PitE Minor can make an appointment with a PitE Academic Advisor. Students shoud make an appointment for advising on:
- Course Planning
- Program Requirements
- PitE Practical Experience
- Specializations (for majors)
- PitE Honors Program
- Major/Minor releases
- PitE Club
Jaime is from Flint, MI and has worked at the University of Michigan for over fourteen years with twelve years of experience advising undergraduate students. This is her tenth year in PitE. Her academic interests are in the social sciences, including history, politics and policy, environmental studies, and women's studies.
Chris is from Ann Arbor, MI and has worked at the University of Michigan and the University of Wisconsin in undergraduate admissions and student services. He is interested in sustainable foods and cooking as well as improving bike infrastructure to increase recreational riders and commuters.
Hillary is originally from New Jersey and moved to Michigan in 2013. She worked in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) department for 5 years as a lab and field technician researching monarch butterflies. After that, she worked with SEAS graduate students as the student services admin assistant in SEAS before being promoted to an academic advisor. Her interests include making outdoor events accessible to all, gardening, and biking.