Program Representatives are elected by the students in each doctoral and each masters program not affiliated with or part of a doctoral program: up to one representative for the first 100 students or part thereof in the program, and up to one representative for each additional 100 students or part thereof.

The duties of Program Representatives are to:

  • solicit the opinions of their constituency on student matters;
  • inform their constituency of significant events, dates and deadlines announced by and actions taken by the DSC;
  • attend Council meetings, or if unable to attend, send a proxy;
  • poll their constituents regarding use of program allocations and authorize expenditures; and
  • attend Graduate Council meetings as alternates for student representatives in their program.
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Current Program Representatives

If your program is not listed here, it does not have representation at this time. Please contact dsc@cunydsc.org for more information.

Anthropology

Yasemin Ozer
Nick Glastonbury

Art History

Gwendolyn Shaw
Ana Perry

Audiology

Kerri-Leigh Heeseman

Biology

Michael Murphy
Jeannette Huaman

Classics

Toby Moody

Comparative Literature

Liza Shapiro

Computer Science

Raj Korpan
Alexander Wood

Criminal Justice

David Topel

Economics

Andi Cupallari
Pablo Crespo

Educational Psychology

Teresa Ober

English

Jason Nielsen
Rebecca Fullan
Mikayla Zagoria-Moffet

French

Alicen Weida

Hispanic & Luso-Brazilian Lit & Lang

Maria del Rocio Carranza Brito

History

Jeremy Randall
Erin Cully

Linguistics

Matthew Stuck

M.A. Liberal Studies

Cassandra Barnes
Warner N. Sabio
Ahmed Ahmed
Carol Brathwaite

Mathematics

Jacob Russell-Madonia

Music (DMA)

Leann Osterkamp

Music (PhD)

Kristofer Eckelhoff
Miranda Fedock

Philosophy

Yuval Abrams
Nicole Whalen

Physics

Marcelo Nomura

Political Science

Alison Parks
Philip Johnson

Psychology

Marino Mugayar-Baldocchi
Allison Cabana
Javier Otero Peña
Tellisia Williams
Emese Ilyes

Sociology

Carlos Camacho
Rachel Bogan

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Iris Strangmann

Theatre

Janet Werther

Urban Education

Robert Robinson
Ferzileta Gjika