Bremen Whitlock

Academic Advising Professional

Office: Engineering Building, Room 2085
University of Wyoming
College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Dept. 3295
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-4958
Email: bwhitlo2@uwyo.edu 


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As a child of the military Bremen Whitlock has traveled a great deal in his life. He first moved to Laramie in 2008 and graduated high school in 2012. Attending LCCC he moved to Cheyenne with his then girlfriend, now wife, where began his Bachelor of Science in Psychology as CSU online. In 2018 though, leaving Cheyenne and CSU, the two moved back to Laramie with the desire to live closer to family and friends. Finishing his B.S. in Psychology he began his M.S. in Human Development and Family Sciences at UW, while his wife finished her B.A. in English at UW and earned her MLIS at Indiana Purdue online. While finishing his M.S. in the Spring semester of 2023, Bremen began work at the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences as an Academic Advisor, using his education in psychology, sociology, and family science to aid students from all walks of life to meet their academic goals.




From both my personal and educational experiences, I have come to understand that everyone has a unique background and motivation with their academic career. I present myself as a confident and empathetic advisor who will encourage students to build rapport with me so we can collaborate throughout their academic journey. My goal is to help students make best-informed decisions during advising that works with their life circumstances and overall career/life goals. Following the practices of Appreciative Advising, I aim to emphasize student strengths in order to achieve higher rates of academic success. Using scientific, data-driven methods of goal setting and personal development, I hope the work I do with students will motivate them to rise to new challenges and work toward Identity achievement. I aim to provide students with resources that both UW and Laramie offer in order to help them with managing work, school, health, and identity growth. My goal is to help students mature into the responsible, successful adults they want to be. My own education is never done. Thanks to resources like NACADA, I continue to study and research methods and practices with advising in order to refine my own practices and perform my job duties to the best of my ability.

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