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Kinesiology peer mentors

Have a question about what it’s like to be a UNB Kinesiology student? Need a little extra help transitioning from high school to university? Our peer mentors are there to support you!

Peer mentors are upper year students who volunteer to help you transition from high school or college to university life at UNB. These students organize KIN camp and are available to help you through your first year.

“Aside from having top notch instructors and a small faculty that encourages collaboration and team work, the UNB Kinesiology faculty prides itself on being a family. Upper year students have no problem helping those that are new or having any issues at all. University is a big step in your lives so it is always nice to have a helping hand.”

Feel free to contact your peer mentors if you have any questions related to academics or university life.

2017-2018 Peer Mentors

Tyler Adams, 2nd year BScKin                             Luke MacLeod, 4th year BScKin
Madison Ames, 3rd year BScKin                           Cailie McGuire, 4th year BRSS
Sarah Armstrong, 4th year BScKin                        Anna Petrie, 4th year BScKin
Shannon Clark, 3rd year BScKin                           Benjamin Porter, 4th year BScKin
Cody Davenport, 2nd year BScKin                        Dylan Sembinelli, 3rd year BScKin
Emmanuel Hebert, 4th year BScKin                      Robyn Sullivan, 4th year BScKin
Joe Landine, 3rd year BScKin                               Jackie Toner, 4th year BScKin
Anika LeBlanc, 4th year BScKin                            Jamie Ward, 4th year BScKin
Madeline Levesque, 2nd year BScKin                    Leanne Wright, 4th year BRSS