Graduate Religious Studies Association (GRSA)
The Graduate Religious Studies Association [GRSA] works to support the intellectual and professional development of graduate students in the department of Religious Studies while cultivating a collegial and supportive environment. GRSA has the primary purposes of providing a forum for graduate student to exchange ideas and have productive conversations within and beyond the classroom, as well as ensuring that all students have necessary guidance and support while pursuing their degree. In addition, GRSA designs and executes the department’s annual graduate student conference, hosts social and pre-professional events, and partners with the Undergraduate Religious Studies Association [URSA] to foster connections between all students.
GRSA's current leadership consists of Hannah Garvey [President], Maggie Slaughter [Vice-President] and Josie Wenig [Treasurer]. Taylor Thomas serves as our representative to the IU Graduate and Professional Student Government. For more information, contact Hannah Garvey.