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School of Engineering & Computer Science - Student Advisors

Jana Cicerello
Major: Civil Engineering
Anticipated Graduation: May 2015
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: It's
a great feeling being able to help out new students. I know how intimidating it is starting college and student advising is a nice way to take off that pressure and make it easier for new students to ask whatever questions they may have. Being that person that new students can come to is very rewarding.
Fun Fact: 
I love whales!
Hometown: Antioch, CA
Campus Involvement: Theta Tau, ASCE, MidPac, Physical Plant Intern

SA Jana Cicerello
Jerrell Gardner
Major: Computer Engineering
Anticipated Graduation: May 2018
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I want to help freshman whether it be academically or socially.
Fun Fact: I was born in Southern California.
Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Campus Involvement: Men's Volleyball Club, Beta Theta Pi
SA Jerrell Gardner
Alexis Miranda
Major: Computer Science
Anticipated Graduation: May 2017
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I'm always eager to meet new people.
Fun Fact: I like turtles.
Hometown: Stockton, CA
Campus Involvement: Gender Umbrella
SA Alexis Miranda
Ricardo Ramos
Major: Bioengineering

Anticipated Graduation: May 2017
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I like helping incoming freshman and leaving a positive impact on their lives.
Fun Fact: I'm a certified Scuba diver.
Hometown: Galt, CA
Campus Involvement: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
SA Ricardo Ramos
Kylee Schesser
Major: Bioengineering
Anticipated Graduation: May 2017
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I enjoy sharing the Pacific experience with as many new Pacificans as possible.
Fun Fact: Sloths are my favorite animal.
Hometown: Marysville, CA
Campus Involvement: The Society of Women Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Theta Tau
SA Kylee Schesser
Kevin Leigh Webster Jr.
Major: 
Mechanical Engineering
Graduation Year:
May 2015
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor:
It allows me to meet new people and assist in the transition to college.
Fun Fact: I'm graduating the year after my uncle with the same degree.
Hometown:
Walnut Creek, CA 
Campus Involvement:
Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Pi, Heyborne Leadership Academy, National Science Foundation Grant Research
SA Kevin Webster