Current graduate students

Department of Anthropology and Archaeology

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Graduate Anthropology and Archaeology Student Association (GAASA)

The GAASA is a formal association elected by graduate students in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology. Purpose, membership and other articles of interest can be found in the GAASA Constitution.

Current representatives:

President: Allegra DePasquale  

VP Academic: Megan Mah  

VP Student Life: Zachary Jacobson

VP Communications: Steph McClennon

VP Finance: Michelle Brazzoni



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Graduate fees and funding

Understand your general fees and learn about funding available.

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Awards and scholarships

Find the awards and scholarships available to you and learn how and when to apply.

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Graduation requirements


Congratulations! You are approaching the final step of your study. Thesis-based and course-based students will need to complete different tasks in order to graduate. Ensure you have completed all the requirements for your degree.

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Where do I get information about convocation?

Visit the Convocation office for more information.

Go to the Office of the Registrar site

Graduate program contacts

Contact us for any questions you may have about the programs we offer.

Graduate Program Advisor

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Graduate Program Director

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Dr. Saulesh Yessenova
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