The department has a number of resources to help advise you, as well as provide pointers to other college and university services.
SDS Academic Advisor
Connie Angermeier (412-268-3251 or firstname.lastname@example.org) can answer many of your questions about completing requirements and units. Connie maintains the information on all students enrolled in any program in Social and Decision Sciences and is the person who does graduation checks, making sure that all requirements have been completed. She can do academic audits for you, tell you about your current standing, and answer questions on all sorts of administrative minutiae.
We encourage you to meet with your program advisor at least twice a year. We can answer many of your questions about Social and Decision Sciences programs. Your program advisor is the best person to contact for questions about program and course content, how courses fit into the program, and academic advising.
Prior to meeting with your advisor for the first time, please fill out the Advisee Information Form. Our experience shows that it takes about 10 minutes to complete. This information will be available to your advisor.
- Decision Sciences - Baruch Fischhoff, (412) 268-3246
- International Relations and Politics - Silvia Borzutzky, (412) 268-3250
- Policy and Management - Paul Fischbeck, (412) 268-3240