Graduate Student Advisory Council members 2018

The Graduate Student Advisory Council (GSAC) provides a graduate student perspective on topics related to the graduate student experience. The GSAC serves as a focus group for the Graduate School, student affairs and other administrative units at Oregon State University.

As graduate student leaders, members represent their affiliated colleges, programs, and student organizations. They are frequently called upon to participate in a variety of university initiatives where graduate student voices are needed.

If your unit on campus can benefit from input from GSAC members, please reach out to Karen Hanson to schedule a meeting.

Members

 

College of Agricultural Sciences

  • Chelsea Newbold, Botany and Plant Pathology
  • Brittany King, Fisheries Science
  • Kim (Quynh) Phan, Food Science and Technology

College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences

  • Ben Roberts-Pierel, Geography
  • Steven Johnson, Geography

College of Education

  • Candice Clark, Science Education
  • Faran Saeed, Education
  • Sylvia Valdes-Fernandez, Education

College of Engineering

  • Ashley Berninghaus, Environmental Engineering
  • Paris Kalathas, Computer Science
  • Taylor Dinkins, Computer Science
  • Nathalene Then, Civil Engineering

College of Forestry

  • Claudio Guevara Diaz, Sustainable Forest Management
  • Karin Kralicek, Sustainable Forest Management
  • Skye Greenler, Sustainable Forest Management
  • Ray (Rachel) Van Court, Wood Science

Graduate School

  • Nureen Anisha, Environmental Sciences
  • Linda Tucker Serniak, Environmental Sciences

College of Liberal Arts

  • Marwa Al Khamees, College Student Services Administration
  • Diane Brandt, Public Policy
  • Rafi (Rafiuddin) Najam, Public Policy
  • Rafael Robles, Psychology

College of Public Health and Human Sciences

  • Kendra Sims, Public Health
  • Maddison Greaves, Public Health
  • Nancy Vargas, Public Health
  • Fatima Al-Ghadban, Public Health

College of Pharmacy

  • Xinhui Yu, Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Marco Herrera, Pharmaceutical Sciences