Advising

The Department of Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management (AESHM) academic advisers can assist prospective and undergraduate students interested in the AESHM Department and its activities. Please call or email to set an appointment time.

Academic Adviser for Apparel, Merchandising, and Design Majors:

Christine Leiran Wise

Academic Advisor III

Department: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management

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Amanda Quinn

Assistant Teaching Professor

Department: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management

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Sarah Bennett-George

Associate Teaching Professor

Department: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management

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Ann Thye

Academic Advisor II

Department: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management

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Academic Adviser for Event Management Majors:

Will Hatchet

Academic Advisor II

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Academic Adviser for Hospitality Management Majors:

Stacey Wertzberger

Academic Advisor II

Department: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management

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If you were unable to find what you need, try visiting the ISU academic advising site for further resources and information.

Academic Advising

Academic advising in the AESHM department provides students with many opportunities and services, including:

  • Development of academic plans and goals
  • Career guidance
  • Referrals to other campus and community organizations

Contacting Your Adviser

Students are assigned an AESHM adviser upon officially entering the department. Adviser assignments can be found on AccessPlus.

You should contact your adviser whenever you have questions. It is also strongly recommended that you make an appointment to visit your adviser before registration period begins. You can contact your adviser by email, but many allow you to make an appointment directly in AccessPlus.

Academic Advising Relationship

Advising provides students with a personal connection to the university and to the AESHM department. Getting the most out of advising appointments requires both student and adviser to be prepared, flexible, and respectful.

The more you get to know your adviser and allow him or her to get to know you, your strengths, goals, and interests, the more satisfying and beneficial the relationship becomes. Advisers want you to be successful in your college experience and in achieving your academic and personal goals. The more they know you, the better advocate they can be for you.

Advisers expect you to become familiar with the Iowa State University Schedule of Classes. It is the responsibility of the student to know and understand the requirements for his/her degree and to maintain a plan with the adviser to ensure all requirements are completed according to the schedule desired by the student.