At-Large Representatives are elected from the student body as a whole: up to one representative for every 200 students or part thereof.

The duties of At-Large 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; and
  • attend Graduate Council meetings as alternates for student representatives in their program.

Current At-Large Representatives

Samantha Barthelemy (Criminal Justice)
Yuliya Barycheuskaya (History)
Elena Chavez Goycochea (LAILAC)
Ming Chen (Educational Psychology)
Sarah Frantz (Psychology)
Raven Gomez (Digital Humanities)
Mounira Keghida (History)
Adam Kocurek (History)
Raj Korpan (Computer Science)
Ariel Leutheusser (Comparative Literature)
Marianne Madoré (Sociology)
Zachary Mitnik (Criminal Justice)
Jason Nielsen (English)
Dominique Nisperos (Sociology)
Alison Parks (Political Science)
Pamela Stemberg (Digital Humanities)
Yilin Wang (Educational Psychology)
Anaïs Wong (Political Science)