Anthropology Graduate Student Association (AGSA)

The Anthropology Graduate Student Association (AGSA) is a volunteer organization comprised of graduate students in the Anthropology Department. AGSA has two primary goals:

  1. The support of graduate student research, projects, and outreach activities
  2. To assist in the facilitation of faculty-graduate student communication and be an interface between department administration and the graduate student body

AGSA also interfaces with the Graduate Student Organization (GSO), which represents the interests of graduate students across campus. Additionally, AGSA organizes a number of events including a professional development workshop series, an annual student research symposium, community service projects, and occasional social events.

Presently, AGSA is administrated by:

President: Lindsey Harris
Vice President: Kat Harrington
Secretary: Kiyomi Moore
Treasurer: Chris Chapman
GSO Rep: Henry Viereck

Resources

  • Choosing a dissertation or thesis advisor/mentor