Academic advising in Biochemistry is done by two full-time professional advisors. Students are assigned to an advisor according to the college through which the major is declared. Our advisors work closely with other teams on campus, such as Pre-Health advising, the Honors Program, and more. Advising is not just about course selection — it’s about goals, having an advocate, and getting the most out of college.
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When and how should I make an advising appointment?
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Dr. Erin Sayer, Ph.D.Professor of Practice
N208 Beadle Center
1901 Vine Street
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0664
Dr. Erin Sayer Sayer is a Professor of Practice for Biochemistry Education & Advising working with Arts and Sciences students and a subset of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources students. Dr. Sayer has been at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln since 2002. She spent over a decade as the Coordinator for Pre-Professional Advising and most recently was in the School of Biological Sciences before she joined Biochemistry. She lives about an hour from campus on a 160 acre “farm” of native Nebraska grasses and wildflowers, where she enjoys time outdoors with husband and two girls. Her interests in addition to academics and supporting students include: Family, Cooking, Camping, and both Active and Passive Engagement in a wide variety of sports.
Tegan BrooksAcademic Advisor- Dept. of Statistics
Hardin Hall 340
Tegan Brooks is an academic advisor for Biochemistry students who want to focus on Computational and Systems Biochemistry. Tegan has been with the university since 2021, and with the Statistics Department since mid-2023. She also advises Statistics & Data Analytics and Data Science in CASNR.
Katie Forrest is an Academic Advisor for Biochemistry working with College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) students. Katie has been at the university since 2018 and spent three years in the department of Animal Science and the College of Engineering before joining the CASNR Dean’s Office at Nebraska.