Statement of Purpose
The Women's Studies Graduate Students Association (WSGSA) was developed to organize academic workshops, engage in community activism, examine the life and work of Gloria E. Anzaldúa, engage in spiritual activism, and provide representation at university and departmental meetings. All graduate students in Women’s Studies at TWU are automatically members of the organization.
For more information about the organization, its committees, and upcoming meetings, please contact:
Sara Ishii-Downing, Co-President
Amelia Garza, Co-President
Marlene Flores, Secretary
Stephanie Vastine, Treasurer
Carla Wilson, Professional Development Chair
Diana Alvarez, Social Chair
Elizabeth Davis, Co-Women's Studies Senator for the Graduate Student Council
Kimberly Merenda, Co-Women's Studies Senator for the Graduate Student Council
WSGSA has several fun events like Chili & Cards and Build Your Own Sundae Party.
The Women's Studies Graduate Student Association and Spectrum present a panel discussion on transgender issues with Black Transmen, Inc.
WSGSA had a social event at A Time to Kiln in Denton where they painted ceramics.
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