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Peer Advisor Program

A peer advisor from each program is selected every year to serve as a mentor, tutor, and resource to undergraduates in the department.

Peer advisors are aware of the requirements of the department as well as other University resources. In addition to holding office hours to advise undergraduates and answer questions from prospective students, they plan events and workshops with the Student Services Specialist to promote greater interaction among students in the department.

Peer advisors solicit input from peers in order to represent student needs, priorities and concerns to the department. They represent Art and Art History undergraduates at Departmental Faculty meetings. We encourage you to share any questions, concerns, and feedback in the Art & Art History Feedback Form.

2023-24 Peer Advisors

Halima Ibrahim, Art Practice

Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Location: Zoom 

Email: halima [at]

Halima (she/her) is a senior Art Practice and Art History double major. Her research interest is street art of the 2011 & 2013 Egyptian revolution(s) and defining graffiti as an Art form. Within her practice, she takes inspiration from those studies and expands on themes of resistance, injustice, and collective storytelling through mixed media experimental photography. Halima is in this year's honors in Art Practice cohort. She also monitors the Digital Media Lab and the Photo Darkroom. Stop by to say hi!

Isabella "Izzy" Andaya, Film & Media Studies

Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 10:30 - 11:30 am

Location: Zoom

Email: iandaya [at]

Izzy (she/her) is a senior majoring in Film and Media Studies with a concentration in Screenwriting. This year, she is working on her honors thesis film, which explores the Filipino immigrant experience through Stanford's Honors in the Arts Program. Please reach out for class recommendations or advice, to discuss creative projects, or anything else!

Katie Terrell, Art History

Office Hours: Monday 5:00 - 6:00 pm, Wednesday 8:30 - 9:30 am

Location: Zoom

Email: kterrell [at]

Katie (she/her) is a senior majoring in Art History focusing on Modern and Contemporary art. She's also interested in ancient art and the connections that can be drawn between ancient art and modern art. As a Film and Media Studies minor, she hopes to create an interdisciplinary community within the art department and is excited to talk with you!