Advising for Biochemsitry Majors
Undergraduate Biochemistry advisors work with all Biochemistry majors, to assist in: course selection, identification of research advisors, preparation of graduate school applications, and identification of career paths.
Undergraduate Biochemistry Advisors
Dr. Bernadette Holdener (Students with last names A-H)
Mondays 10-12; Wednesdays 12-2; Fridays 10-11 (or email for an appointment)
Location: 346 CMM
Dr. Nisson Schechter (Students with last names J-R)
Monday-Friday, 3-5pm (or make appt. by email)
Location: HSC, 10th Floor, Room 034
Dr. Harvard Lyman (Students with last names S-Z)
Location: Room 472, Life Sciences Building
Biochemistry majors also have access to a number of other specialized advisors that can help students prepare for successful graduation, careers, and graduate studies.
Undergraduate Biology advisors help freshman, sophomore, and transfer students with the transition to Stony Brook University undergraduate biology courses. Assists students with course scheduling issues and biology course retake permission.
Academic and transfer advising office provides overall communication to Stony Brook undergraduates about academic advising and the evaluation of transfer credits for general education requirements. Helps students develop their academic plans for graduation and works with students in academic difficulty. Evaluates transfer credits and serves as a central communicator regarding academic deadlines, policies, and events to all undergraduate.
Pre-health advising office provides a wealth of general information related to preparation of undergraduates for application to pre-dental, pre-med, pre-optometry, pre-podiatry, and pre-veterinary students
Career Center helps students identify their strengths and interests and turn majors into careers. Assists students with preparation of resumes, cover letters, e-Portfolios, interviewing experience, internships, co-ops, and community service opportunities. Provides advise on establishing professional connections with employers, networks, alumni, diversity groups, and others who can help.
Disability Support Services (DSS) assists students with disabilities in accessing the many resources of the University. Individuals with visual, mobility and hearing impairment as well as those with hidden disabilities such as chronic medical conditions, psychological, and learning disabilities are invited to make use of the services and equipment available. Individuals with permanent or temporary disabilities are also encouraged to consult with DSS. The DSS staff is here to support your interactions with faculty, staff and community agencies.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free and confidential services available to currently enrolled students taking at least six credit hours. Included are crisis intervention, brief counseling for individuals, couples, and groups; consultation to students, faculty, staff, friends, and parents; assistance with referrals to community resources.
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