Phone: (530) 752-2873
Location: 1284 SS&H; Please check in for your appointment at 1282 SS&H
Phone: (530) 752-4564
Location: 1285 SS&H; Please check in for your appointment at 1282 SS&H
Staff Advising Drop In-Hours during spring quarter are
Wednesdays 10-12 and Thursdays 2-4 pm
Peer Adviser Drop-In Hours are listed below.
Hours: Wed 9am-12pm, Fri 9am-1pm:
Majors: Sociology-Social Services and Human Development Organizations: Sociology Student Association,
Kendo Club at UC Davis
Research Experience: School of Education with emphasis on Latinx Student persistence and
retention in Higher Education.
Research Interests: Sociology of Education; Diversity, equity, and access in higher education;
immigration and stratification.
Career Goals: Research, Student Affairs, Career in Higher Education.
Hours: Thurs 1-4pm
Majors: Sociology-Law and Society and Political Science-Public Service
Organizations: Prytanean Women's Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Delta-International Sociology Honor Society
Academic Experiences: Studied Abroad in Florence, Italy; participated in the policy program at the
University of California, Sacramento (UCCS)
Research Experience: California Groundwater Basin Management and Sociology and the techno-athlete
Career Goals: Pre-law; Pursue a career at a Federal Agency in National Security Policy
Hours: Mon 11am-4pm, Tues 2-5pm, Wed: 1-3pm
Majors: Psychology and Sociology-Law and Society
Organizations: Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural Sorority, Inc.
Research Experience: Research Assistant for Autism and ADHD for the Infant Sibling Study at the UC Davis Mind Institute
Career Goals: Social Work, School Psychology
Hours: Thurs 1-4pm, Friday 9am-12pm
Majors: Sociocultural Anthropology and Science and Technology Studies
Research Experience: Research assistant to The Pathways to Choice Research Project – a qualitative study of girls’ education programs in Northern Nigeria. The project is affiliated with UC Berkeley’s Bixby Center for Population, Health, and Sustainability. Research assistant to graduate student’s study of an NGO Bill in South Sudan. Anthropology Honors Program and MURALS student.
Research Interests: Human/non-human relations, Multiple-Chemical Sensitivities or Environmental Illness, state-making, and modes of empowerment.
Career Goals: Housing development, public health, and higher education.
*Please note: Peer Advisors cannot sign forms. You must see a staff advisor for any form or document requiring a signature.
*Peer Advisors' schedule are subject to change
Need a Variable Unit Form for SOC 098, 099, 192, 194H, 197T, 198 or 199? Complete the form, have the instructor sign it, then drop it by the Advising office for the Chairs signature and to receive a CRN number. There is a locked drop box outside of the advising office where you can leave your form and a staff advisor will email you your CRN.