As chairs of the Graduate Student Advisory Committee, the co-chairs are the first people contacted to speak for the graduate students in the math department. You may be asked to sit on committees where representation from graduate students is needed.


Sandra Rodriguez


Katie Lynch

GSAC committees

Dr. Hannah Hoganson Graduate Student Colloquium (HSAC)

Keshav Patel (Chair)

Patrick Talley (Co-Chair)

Organize speakers for the GSAC colloquium and advertise these talks. The HSAC chair is also responsible for scheduling professional development workshops periodically.


Daniel Hallman

The GSAC colloquium has $50 a week for colloquium snacks. The GSNACS committee organizes these snacks: either getting them, or delegating to other graduate students.

Retention, Promotion, and Tenure

Jack Cook (Chair)

Abby Hardin-Kohli

Antonia Kekkou

Samantha Linn

Make recommendations to the Department concerning promotion, tenure and retention of faculty members.


John Turnage

Make recommendations to the Department concerning hiring of faculty members.


Kaitlin O'Dell


Montana Ferita (Chair)

Filip Belik

Matthew Bertucci

Aryaman Maithani

Tory Richardson

Organizes visiting weekend, including what activities will be available, matching prospective students to graduate student hosts, setting up meetings, etc.

Fun & Friendship

Savannah Crawford

Abby Hardin-Kohli

Carlos Ospina

Julie Sherman

Planning math graduate student community events.


Jonathon Fleck

Keeps the GSAC webpage updated and functional. This mainly consists in updating the colloquium page. At the beginning of new academic years, the contact page also needs to be updated. Our GSAC Webpage can be a great opportunity to spread information and awareness about grad student initiatives.