About the CNR Undergraduate PAL Program

The Peer Advising Leadership (PAL) Program of CNR strives to offer personal viewpoints and experiences to current and prospective CNR students. These students are trained in understanding CNR and University requirements, policies, and procedures, and they help with CNR recruitment and enrichment programs. Their work is integral to the success of their fellow CNR undergraduates.

If you wish to contact a peer advisor, visit the Student Resource Center at 260 Mulford, or send an email.

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Interested in Becoming a CNR PAL?


Are you passionate about your major and CNR?  Do you want to help students find their path and build community within CNR? If you replied yes, apply to become a peer advisor for CNR! It’s a great opportunity to  work with staff advisors and learn about the different majors and departments.  We are looking for new peer advisors for the 2016-2017 academic year. All CNR students are welcome to apply.   Applications are closed until Spring 2016.

  

 

2015-2016 PALs

 

Caryn Yip

Society and Environment

 

Elynn Hagelshaw

Forestry and Natural Resrouces

 

Jonathan Nolasco

Microbial Biology

 

Kristen Chinn

Conservation and Resource Studies

 

Spencer Liem

Microbial Biology

 

Ben Rushakoff

Forestry and Natural Resources

Environmental Economics and Policy

Sophia Lemmo

Forestry and Natural Resources

 

Hailey Zhou

Nutritional Sciences

 

Kristin Cheng

Nutritional Sciences - Dietetics

 

Alani Worden

Forestry and Natural  Resources

 

Monica Sadhu

Molecular Environmental Biology

 

 

Benjamin McLaughlin

Environmental Economics and Policy

 

Jonathan Reader

Environmental Sciences

 

 

Jennifer Chang

Nutritional Sciences - Physiology & Metabolism

 

 

Questions?

For more information, talk with current peer advisors during drop-in hours or email us at cnrpal@gmail.com