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Graduate Student Association

The Graduate Student Association of the Institute of Fine Arts assists in the education of students and promotes the quality of student life by acting as liaison between students and members of the faculty and administration. It holds open meetings for discussion of issues of concern to students, and officers meet regularly with the director of the Institute. The GSA conducts an orientation meeting and reception for new students at the beginning of the fall semester; organizes many of the Institute's Lecture Series and social events during the academic year; and facilitates the rental of lockers at the Institute for a nominal charge to students.

Download the current GSA handbook.

2015-2016 GSA Executive Board

President - English Cook (Modern/Contemporary Rep)
Vice President - Joshua Bell (Medieval/Renaissance Rep)
Treasurer - Joy Bloser (Conservation Rep)
Secretary - Riad Kheerdeen (Islamic Rep) 
Library Liaison - Lauren Close (17th/18th Century Rep)
Digital Media Services Liaison - Kate Minniti (Egyptology Rep)
Social Chair - Tiffany Apostolou (Early Christian/Byzantine Rep)
Social Chair - Emily Lyver (Latin American Rep)
Yi-bang Li (East Asian/Near East rep for Fall 2015)
Hui Fang (East Asian/Near East rep for Spring 2016)

Lecture Series Coordinators:

Artists at the Institute: Anna Blum, Patryk Tomaszewski
Daniel H. Silberberg: Riad Kheerdeen, Charlotte Healy, Johanna Sluiter
IFA-Frick Symposium: Josie Wang
Work-In-Progress Coordinator: Daniella Berman, Marya Fisher

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