Peer Advisors

Photograph of Professor and Mrs. Charles H. Gilbert and student members of the Zoology Club on a picnic outing in 1898History undergraduates who volunteer to help their fellow students and who are aware of the requirements of the department as well as other University resources hold regular office hours in the History Lounge. Check the special Peer Advising bulletin board in the front hallway of History Corner: it lists the peer advisors' names, schedules and e-mail addresses, along with other information of interest to History students.

History’s 2013-14 Peer Advisors:

Chris Eggemeyer

cegg1@stanford.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Jeremy Schreier

jeremys1@stanford.edu

Jeremy is a senior majoring in History with a concentration in History of Science. He is also minoring in music. Last fall, he studied abroad at Oxford (Corpus Christi College), where he learned how to drink tea and speak with a British accent, and engaged in a tutorial on the Scientific Revolution. He is currently writing an honors thesis in the History department on the music, patronage networks, and historical context of Salamone Rossi, a Late Renaissance Jewish composer from the small town of Mantova, Italy. Jeremy enjoys swimming, biking, and playing music around campus with his band.

 

Sunil Rao

srao93@stanford.edu

Sunil is a junior History major and economics minor focusing on economic history and the history of economic thought. In his first two years at Stanford, he enjoyed making loud noises with his voice as a member of The Stanford Fleet Street Singers, and continues to enjoy being a part of the campus music and arts scene as much as possible. More recently, he has also done research in the History Department and continues to work at Stanford's Institute of Design (the d.school).

 

Meredith Wheeler

mlwheeler@stanford.edu

Meredith is a senior double majoring in history and political science with a focus on the modern Middle East. On campus, she chairs Stanford in Government (SIG) and directs the American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford (AMENDS), and hopes to work at the intersection of research and policy after graduation.