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Graduate Peer Mentors

Peer mentors serve the Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies as a resource to first year graduate students. Starting graduate school is a new and exciting journey which often presents new challenges.  A student does not need to begin this journey alone. Peer mentors provide support for areas related to a new student’s academic, professional, and personal life.

Spring 2021 Peer Mentors

Sarah Knowles, Master of Arts, English

Statesboro Campus

Assisting graduate students in the following Colleges: College of Arts and Humanities, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and College of Education

Kylee McCluskey, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Armstrong Campus in Savannah

Assisting graduate students in the following Colleges: Parker College of Business and Waters College of Health Professions

Deonta White, Master of Pubic Health

Statesboro Campus

Assisting graduate students in the following Colleges: College of Engineering and Computing, College of Science and Mathematics, and Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health

Last updated: 3/22/2021