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The Graduate Student Council (GSC) of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) is a committee provided in the Bylaws of the AERA.

According to Article III Section 2 of the Bylaws, two graduate student representatives selected by each division, according to procedures reviewed and approved by the Association Council, shall constitute a committee known as the GSC.

All members of the GSC must be eligible Graduate Student Members at the time of their appointment and shall maintain that status throughout their term. The GSC shall plan and coordinate activities that advance the professional interests of graduate students in the Association based on policies and procedures approved by the Association Council.

Officers of the GSC shall be elected in a manner approved by the AERA Council.

 

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2019-2020 AERA Graduate

Student Council Officers 

 

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Desa Karye Daniel

CHAIR

University of New Mexico

 

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Weijia Wang

PAST CHAIR

University of Washington

 

 

 

Johnson

Tessa L. Johnson

 

CHAIR-ELECT

University of Maryland

 

Meloche

Alysha Meloche

SR. NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Drexel University

 

Neal

Amber M. Neal

JR. NEWSLETTER EDITOR

University of Georgia

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Richard Velasco

WEB SECRETARY

Texas Tech University

 

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Fawziah A. Qadir

SECRETARY/HISTORIAN

New York University

 

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 Mary Dueñas

COMMUNITY LIAISON

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Rachel Croninger

PROGRAM LIAISON

Pennsylvania State University

 

 


 2019-2020 AERA GSC Representatives
 
 
  SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES   
Division A
Administration, Organization, and Leadership

Mauldin

Courtney Mauldin
Michigan State University

 

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Jingtong Dou
University of South Carolina
 
Division B
Curriculum Studies 
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Alankrita Chhikara

Purdue University

     

Groene

  Johanna Groene
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 
Division C
Learning & Instruction

 

Sara Baszczewski 
The Pennsylvania State University
 

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Brooke Harris Thomas 
Michigan State University
 
 Division D
Measurement & Research Methodology

 

Kruse 

Lance Kruse
University of Toled
 

 

Belkis    

Belkis Choiseul-Praslin
University of Oklahoma

 

 
Division E
Counseling & Human Development

  

Chelsey Bowman 

Chelsey Bowman

Boston University

 

 

Koslouski

Jessica Koslouski
Boston University
 
 Division F
History & Historiography


Silva

Carolyn da Silva
University of Florida
  


Thompson

Eric M. Thompson
University of Iowa

 

 
Division G
Social Context of Education 

 

Adam Musser

 Adam Musser 

 University of California, Davis

 

 

Jamelia Harris

University of California, LA

 
 Division H
Research, Evaluation, & Assessment in Schools

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 Xiaobin Dai

Bowling Green State University

  

 

 
 
 
Vinisha Rana 

Palo Alto University

 
Division I
Education in the Professions 

 

 Christina Morrow

New York University


 

Wang  

Nicole Wang
Pennsylvania State University
 
Division J
Post-Secondary Education
 

Silberstein


Samantha Silberstein
Indiana University

 

Sowl
Stephanie Sowl
Iowa State University   

 

Watts

Ali Watts
Pennsylvania State University

(Div J Member-at-Large)

 
 Division K
Teaching & Teacher Education

 

Stewart

 Lindsay Stewart
L0uisiana State University 
 

Carrier

Danielle Carrier
University of Georgia
 
Division L
Educational Policy & Politics 

 

Rachel Williams (Div L Sr Rep)636973863264864794

Rachel Williams
University of California, Berkeley 

  

Rachel Boggs Div L Jr Rep

 Rachel W. Boggs

University of Texas, Austin

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Desa Karye Daniel | Chair

Tessa Lee Johnson| Chair-elect
Mary Dueñas | Community Liason
Richard Velasco | Websecretary, listserv
Rachel Croninger | Program Liaison
Fawziah A. Qadir | Secretary Historian

Alysha Meloche | Sr. Newsletter Editor

Amber Monae Neal| Jr. Newsletter Editor

 

 
 
The Statement of Purpose
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The Graduate Student Council has five major responsibilities: annual meeting planning, student advocacy, information dissemination, community building, and self governance.
 
 
Mission
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The mission of The Graduate Student Council (GSC) is to facilitate and promote the transition from graduate student to professional researcher and/or practitioner by providing opportunities within AERA for growth, development and advancement. In addition, the Graduate Student Council seeks to help graduate students navigate the obstacles, rewards, challenges, and support networks of academic life. Further, the Graduate Student Council will carry out the mission of AERA through the research, scholarship, and professional endeavors of graduate students. For more details about the GSC, GSC activities within AERA and beyond, click on the links on the left and check out the GSC Newsletter in our Newsletters section. 

                                       



 
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