CBE welcomes new academic adviser, alum Nicole Prentice

Nicole Prentice Academic Adviser
Nicole Prentice

Nicole Prentice has become the newest academic adviser in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE). She joins the department’s team of three other advisers in Sweeney Hall’s Mike & Jean Steffenson Student Services Center.

Though she comes to CBE from the University of Minnesota, Nicole is a Cyclone, having completed both her undergraduate and graduate education at Iowa State. She obtained a B.S in biology and B.S. in psychology in 2012 at ISU and a master’s of education degree in 2015 through the College of Human Sciences Higher Education Student Affairs program.

Following one year of work with the Americorps program she began employment with the University of Minnesota as an adviser in the College of Biological Sciences.

Originally from Terril, in the Okoboji region of northwest Iowa, Nicole likes many outdoor activities, including hiking, biking and kayaking, and also enjoys reading.