Advising

Who is my advisor?

  • All freshmen, sophomores and incoming transfer students are advised by the academic advisors in the Engineering Advising Center.
  • If you are ready to take 300- and 400-level classes in your major, you are advised by your assigned faculty advisor in your department. You can find your faculty advisor below.

Chemical Engineering B.S. Degree

If you do not already have an advisor in chemical engineering, you will be assigned an advisor by the first letter of your last name, as given below. Once you have started working with a CHE faculty advisor (typically starting in your 3rd year), you should continue with that advisor. I.e., the below assignment list is updated each year, but once you have an advisor, you should stay with them.

Chemical Engineering Advisor Assignments (for new 3rd year students)

Chemical engineering advisors
Student Last Name Advisor Email Office
Last Name: A-C Dr. Coronella coronella@unr.edu LME 311
Last Name: D-G Dr. Cantu dcantu@unr.edu SEM 208
Last name: H-K Dr. Subramanian ravisv@unr.edu LME 309
Last Name: L-M Dr. Vasquez victor.vasquez@unr.edu LMR 469
Last Name: N-R Dr. Khan mrkhan@unr.edu LME 307
Last name: S-Z Dr. Sarmazdeh maryamr@unr.edu WPEB 207

Materials Science B.S. Degree

If you do not already have an advisor in materials science and engineering, you will be assigned an advisor by the first letter of your last name, as given below. Once you have started working with a MSE faculty advisor (typically starting in your 3rd year), you should continue with that advisor. I.e., the below assignment list is updated each year, but once you have an advisor, you should stay with them.

Materials Science and Engineering Advisor Assignments (for new 3rd year students)

Materials science advisors
Student Last Name Advisor Email Office
Last Name: A-G Dr. Li binl@unr.edu LMR 467
Last Name: H-M Dr. Mushongera lmushongera@unr.edu LMR 466
Last name: N-Z Dr. Zheng yufengz@unr.edu WPEB 212

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