Art History and Archaeology Graduate Council

The purpose of AHAGA is to unite and strengthen the Art History and Archaeology graduate community. The Council serves as a resource for AHAGA members by organizing networks for peer support, building and sustaining streamlined communication among students, faculty, and staff, and maintaining and disseminating institutional memory.

AHAGA 2020-2021 Officers

1st-Year MA Officer: Andie Fialkoff (Communications Officer)
2nd-Year MA Officer: Sarah Faulkner (Records Chair)
1st-Year MODA Officer: Emily Small (Peer-Mentoring Co-Chair)
2nd-Year MODA Officer: Erin Gallagher (Peer-Mentoring Co-Chair)
2nd-Year MODA Officer: Akshay Jain (Teaching Co-Chair)
MA/MODA ASGC Representative: Celine Park

1st-Year PhD Officer: Mark Strong (Teaching Co-Chair)
2nd-Year PhD Officer: Hannah Pivo (Co-President)
3rd-Year PhD Officer: Meng-Hsuan Lee (Professional Development Chair)
4th-Year PhD Officer: Nikki Sarto
5th-Year+ PhD Officer: Müge Arseven (Co-President)
PhD ASGC Representative: Sarah Russell

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