Member Roster

Members Department Division Term Ends
Brian Ackley Molecular Biosciences Natural Sciences & Mathematics 2016
Omofolabo Ajayi-Soyinka Theatre School of the Arts 2015
Justin Blumenstiel Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Natural Sciences & Mathematics 2017
Peter Grund English Humanities 2016
ChangHwan Kim Sociology Social & Behavioral Sciences 2016
Peter Ojiambo African & African American Studies Humanities 2017
 Armin Schulz Philosophy Humanities 2017
Milena Stanislavova Mathematics Natural Sciences & Mathematics 2015
Ric Steele Clinical Child Psychology Program Social & Behavioral Sciences 2016
Alesia Woszidlo Communication Studies Social & Behavioral Science 2016
[open] (Graduate Student)   Natural Sciences & Math  
[open] (Graduate Student)   Humanities  
Patrick Terry (Graduate Student) Film & Media Studies School of the Arts FA 2014
Abby Hodgson (Graduate Student) Communication Studies Social and Behavioral Sciences FA 2014



Liaison Title Assignment
Jim Mielke Associate Dean for the Social & Behavioral Sciences Dean's Office Liaison to CGS
Kristine Latta Director of the College Office of Graduate Affairs

COGA Liaison to CGS; and

Proposals, Awards, and Scholarships (PAS); Policies and Student Petitions (PSP) subcommittees

Cindy Lynn Policy & Program Coordinator COGA Liaison to the Program and Curricular Changes (PCC) subcommittee


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