# Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC)

The Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC) exists for the following reasons:- To advise new and continuing graduate students concerning curricula, requirements for degrees and other aspects of the graduate program.
- To make recommendations to the Department concerning promotion, tenure and retention of faculty members.
- To participate in the allocation of ASUU funds supplied to the College of Science Student Council.
- To make whatever recommendations it feels appropriate concerning the graduate program to the Department of Mathematics.
- To assist the Department in making its policies and requirements fully understood by the graduate students.

The GSAC is divided in sub-committees. Here you can find a short description of each one of them.

# Current GSAC sub-committees

Co-chairs | Marcus Robinson, Katie Link |

Retention, Promotion and Tenure | Marcus Robinson, Sabine Lang, Katie Link, Allechar Serrano Lopez |

Graduate Colloquium | Janina Letz, Dan Smolkin |

GSNACS (Refreshments) | Sabine Lang |

Mentorship | Marcus Robinson, Stefano Filipazzi |

Recruitment | China Mauck, Jake Madrid, George Domat, Rebecca Hardenbrook |

Graduate Student Life Committee (Social Outreach) | Jenny Kenkel, Cody Fitzgerald, Amanda Alexander |

Intramural Sports (Social Outreach) | Marcus Robinson |

Web page maintenance | Franco Rota |

*Sub-committee chairs are underlined.

# Contacts for Prospective and Incoming Students

Research Area |
Student Contact |

Mathematical Biology | Samantha Hill |

Algebraic Geometry | Franco Rota |

Commutative Algebra | Jenny Kenkel |

Number theory | Christian Klevdal |

Geometry-Topology | Hanna Astephan |

Representation Theory | Sabine Lang |

Probability and Statistics | Conor Tillinghast |

Applied Mathematics | Chee Han Tan |

International Students | Franco Rota |

*For general questions and information please email Paula Tooman

# Links

Colloquium schedule | Spring 2019 Colloquia |

Presentations using LaTeX: The Beamer Class | Instructional guide by Amber Smith |

Grant Proposals | Prepare a Successful Grant Proposal |

Thesis Preparation | Thesis Office |

Sources for travel funds | Graduate School |

Past colloquia schedules | Archive of past colloquia from the Fall semester of 1999 |

Information for qualifying exams | Archive of past qualifying examinations |