Public Health Students Advising Students (PH-SAS) is an initiative of the SDSU School of Public Health (SPH) Undergraduate Program, where undergraduate public health students can get group or individual advising from fellow undergraduate students during the Fall & Spring semesters!
What PH-SAS CAN Help With
- Schedule planning
- Hints and tips for success
- Elective selection
- How to stay on-track
- Social support
- Student insights
- Role-modeling for success
What PH-SAS Cannot Help With*
- Special approvals
*For these items please see your Undergraduate Advisors
E-mail the undergraduate advisor: PHundergrad@sdsu.edu
Current SDSU PH-SAS Advisors
“My name is Laurel Lechuga. I am a third-year Public Health major, graduating in May 2021! I am from Orange County, CA. Originally a Psychology major, I switched to public health when I decided I wanted a career in health and prevention. I’ve loved getting involved in on-campus public health efforts such as being a Peer Health Educator for Well-being & Health Promotion and being apart of Students 4 Public Health. Some career goals I have are to be a program coordinator or go into pediatric health. I’d love to chat about anything from on-campus involvement, switching to Public Health, course planning, commuting, etc. I hope I can be of some assistance!
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org“
Current PH-SAS Alumni Advisors
“Hi everyone! My name is Nina I. Herras, and I’m from Chicago, Illinois. I am an SPH Alumni. I’ve actually been in school for awhile, so I’ve had the opportunity to experience a lot of different things from university dorm life, navigating through San Diego community colleges, to transferring into SDSU. I’m definitely not an expert, but I would love the opportunity to help you in anyway that I can. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions from time management, Public Health, or anything at all. My ultimate goal is be a resource that you can turn to for encouragement and support :). Can’t wait to hear from you! Thank you 🙂
Please contact me at email@example.com ”
“Hi! My name is Talia Kieu (she/her/hers) is an SPH Alumni, with minors in Women’s Studies and LGBTQ+ Studies. I’m a research assistant at the Center for Research on Sexuality and Sexual Health and I am an NIH Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Scholar. I am pursuing graduate school, so I’d be happy to talk about the entire graduate school application process! I’m also the External Affairs Officer of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, so catch me passing out condoms around campus, stop by and say hello!
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org”
“Hi, my name is Daylan! I am an SPH Alumni. I enjoy going traveling, going to music festivals and binge-watching Love Island. I am passionate about women’s health and hope to become a nurse practitioner. I am looking forward to helping you all this semester!
Please contact me at email@example.com”
“Hi there, my name is Sahiba and I am an SPH Alumni originally from San Francisco, CA. I am currently a Project Coordinator for a company that creates a plant-based product. I love traveling and finding new spots within the city, whether they are eateries or not! I look forward to sharing my knowledge about the SDSU Public Health program with you!
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org”
“Hello Public Health students, my name is Gabi Hernandez and I am a recent alumni from the SDSU Undergraduate Public Health program. During my time at SDSU I was very involved on campus. I am currently working full time at Sharp Rees-Stealy Urgent Care. I have always had a love for the clinical side of healthcare and that is why I am applying to PA school April 2020. Feel free to email me with any questions and know that you are in the best program at SDSU!”
Please contact me at email@example.com“
“Hi! My name is Nick Lucido (he/him/his). I am an SPH Alumni, from the Bay Area. I entered SDSU undeclared and spent a few semesters switching between majors until I found Public Health (the best major)! I am a research assistant for the Cancer Disparities and Cancer Communications lab, and have participated in several summer programs. I will be pursuing a degree in medicine, but will be taking a gap year to study and prepare my application. Please reach out with any questions or if you would just like to talk! I am looking forward to working with you all!
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org“