Graduate Anthropology Student Association | Department of Anthropology

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Graduate Anthropology Student Association

Background:
GASA is a student-led organization primarily composed of current and former students in the Applied Anthropology graduate program. GASA seeks to create a collaborative, social atmosphere, and support network for all its members.

Meeting Information:
Typical activities for this organization include mini-seminars where fellow members and occansional faculty lead short skill-building sessions. Other activities include collaborative conference sessions, off-campus social events, writing seminars, and department-wide mixers.

Leadership:
GASA officers and members communicate via email, GroupMe, and Facebook at the links below. Per academic year, there are up to 3 officers that plan and coordinate GASA sponsored events. Each year, officer responsibilities are passed down to second-year graduate students. Online and in-person students can become GASA officers.

Email: UNTGASA@unt.edu

Social Media: @UNTGASA

2020 GASA Officers:

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