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School of Engineering & Computer Science - Student Advisors

Ashley Abraham

Major: Bioengineering; Concentration: Medical
Anticipated Graduation: May 2018
Why I Love Being a Student Advisor: I love being the first friend a student has, and answering random questions.
Fun Fact: I have 2 middle names!
Hometown: El Dorado Hills, CA 
Campus Involvement: Interfaith Council, Tau Beta Pi, Research in Dr. Thiemann's Lab


Jerrell Gardner

Major: Computer Engineering
Anticipated Graduation: May 2018
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I get to ensure freshmen have a successful first year.
Fun Fact: I have never won a game of Minesweeper.
Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Campus Involvement: National Society of Black Engineers, Beta Theta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu

SA Jerrell Gardner

Yana Manuylo

Major: Engineering Management, M.S.E.S Civil Engineering
Anticipated Graduation: 
May 2017
Why I Love Being a Student Advisor: 
I would like to meet and get to know incoming students, help them transition into being college students, and help them get involved with student life on campus.
Fun Fact: 
I speak fluent Russian.
Sacramento, CA
Campus Involvement: 
GHES Center, Legal Scholars Program, Honors Program, Steel Bridge Team 2014-2015  


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

Status: On Co-Op - Not Advising for 2015-2016 Academic Year

SA Alexis Miranda

Ricardo Ramos

Major: Bioengineering; Concentration: Biomedical
Anticipated Graduation: May 2017
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I love welcoming new students to Pacific and showing them the great things that Pacific has to offer. 
Fun Fact: I'm a certified Scuba diver.
Hometown: Galt, CA
Campus Involvement: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Biomedical Engineering Society, MEP  

SA Ricardo Ramos

Kylee Schesser

Major: Bioengineering
Anticipated Graduation: Fall 2016
Why I Love Being A Student Advisor: I enjoy sharing the Pacific experience with as many new Pacificans as possible.
Fun Fact: I no longer have my appendix. 
Hometown: Marysville, CA
Campus Involvement: The Society of Women Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Theta Tau, Theta Alpha Phi, Resident Assistant, Engineers for a Sustainable World, Biomedical Engineering Society 

SA Kylee Schesser