Megan Wurster is the undergraduate advisor for the Department of Ethnic Studies, as well as the Department of Political Science and the International Affairs Program.
Office: University Club 215
Send her an e-mail to ask quick advising questions.
To make an appointment: http://advising.colorado.edu
(at least once a semester; twice is preferred)
Ethnic Studies students can ask questions during walk-in hours (see below), appointments, and via e-mail.
Please feel free to drop in without an appointment during Walk-In hours.
As a Seattle native, I have spent the majority of my adult life working and otherwise involved in the music industry. During my undergraduate years at Seattle Pacific University I booked shows at a local venue, volunteered at a non-profit all-ages music and art space (The Vera Project), published a small music zine with friends, and managed to graduate with a BA in Communication in 2008. I spent the next year running the marketing and show production at a music venue called Neumos, followed by tour managing KMFDM all over the US and Canada, and worked as the touring merchandiser for Grieves and Blueprint on their national tour opening for Atmosphere. In 2011 I came to CU Boulder for graduate school and finished my MA in Communication in 2013. I currently live in Denver, where I ride my bike around, cook in my crock pot, and go to as many live music shows as possible. I am really excited about advising at CU, as one of my favorite things about graduate school was teaching Public Speaking and Qualitative Research Methods because I got to know my students and the interesting things they were doing with their careers at CU.