Graduate Network in A&S (GNAS)

Formed in 2009, GNAS is the official representative body of A&S graduate students. GNAS is composed of representatives from each of the college’s graduate degree-granting departments, providing social events and funding opportunities for graduate students in the College. Meetings are held monthly during the fall and spring semesters. More information can be found on  Tr and Linktree.

GNAS Diversity Statement & Action Plan

The diversity statement and action plan can be found here.

GNAS Travel, Research, and Creative Activities Grant

    Fall 2022 Grants have been awarded. Applications are now available and close on January 28th. Access the application here.

    Fall 2022 Meeting Times

    Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month from 2:00pm-3:00pm in SAC, room 303W.

    2022-2023 GNAS Officers

    Erica Lewis (Comparative Humanities)

    Vice President
    Thomas Isaak (Sociology)

    Barbie Johns (Pan-African Studies)

    DEI Officer
    Trisha Douin (Sociology)

    Information Officer

    Chelsea Giovacchino (Comparitive Humanities)

    Erica Lewis (Comparative Humanities)

    List of 2022-23 Department Representatives (coming soon!)

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