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Philosophy & Religion Graduate Student Association

The Philosophy and Religion Graduate Student Association (PRGSA) is a student organization for graduate students studying Philosophy and Religion at UNT. The purpose of PRGSA is to foster and strengthen community among philosophy graduate students, present a shared graduate student voice to the faculty, and to likewise have dialogue between the faculty and graduate students. PRGSA membership is open to MA and PhD students in the Department of Philosophy and Religion, as well as to graduate students in other departments, undeclared graduate students, and non-degree seeking graduate students who take graduate-level PHIL courses (5000+) on a semi-regular basis. (Download the PRGSA Charter) PRGSA initially began in Fall 2008, became a formal organization in Spring 2009, and officially became a Student Organization at UNT in Spring 2010. PRGSA holds meetings approximately once a month or as needed for current issues.

PRGSA may be contacted at UNTPhilGrads@gmail.com

Current positions:

Keith Brown - Student Representative/GSC Representative
Jacob Grossman - Student Co-Representative
Heather Williams - Community Coordinator

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