For the 2013-2014 school year the University Libraries have four Peer Research Consultants to help you find the information you need to write a great paper. Learn more about them below!
I'm a Junior from Illinois studying Advertising in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. I'm involved with the American Indian Student Cultural Center on campus and with student government. The most interesting class I've taken is PE 1262: Marathon Training, I'm an avid cyclist, and I love to read!
My name is Chris Hammerly and I'm a senior studying psychology, linguistics, philosophy, and French. I am interested in taking multi-disciplanary approaches to my research and studies in order to gain unique insights on the world. I love the wide range of topics I get to cover as a PRC, and am prepared to go in depth on anything from art to physics. Beyond school, I enjoy playing cello, writing, biking, and engaging in conversation.
I am a junior this year at the undergraduate program in the School of Nursing. This is my second year working as a PRC and it has been absolutely great so far. In addition to working at the libraries, I involved with the Ballroom Dance Club as an officer and member of the competitive team. My hobbies include playing video games, cats and listening to music.
For more information about the Peer Research Consultant Program contact Jody Gray, Diversity Outreach Librarian at 612-624-9913 or email@example.com.