Graduate Religious Studies Association (GRSA)
GRSA serves to foster community within the Religious Studies graduate students by encouraging mentoring relationships between experienced graduate students and new graduate students, and between graduate students and undergraduate majors. It also provides students with opportunities to socialize, and plan events with other students and faculty interested in religious studies. For more information please contact student representative, Jacob Boss.
GRSA Mission Statement
The Graduate Religious Studies Association (GRSA) seeks to support the intellectual and professional development of graduate students while cultivating a collegial environment and sense of community. To accomplish these goals GRSA will organize field trips, provide opportunities for graduate students to serve as mentors to new graduate students and undergraduate majors, and coordinate activities with the Religious Studies Graduate Colloquium, and URSA (Undergraduate Religious Studies Association)
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