Graduate Student Committee

The Religious Studies Graduate Student Committee (GSC) represents graduate student interests within the department by serving as a bridge between the faculty and the student body. It facilitates graduate student input in departmental life and provides opportunities for graduate students to meet and greet, share ideas and concerns, and make the most of their academic, social, and professional life here at Yale. All graduate students are eligible to serve on the GSC, following an annual election, and there is no limit to the number of members.

Each year, the GSC will organize professionalization and social programming, such as SBL/AAR practice sessions, CV/cover letter workshops, mock job talks, lunches, happy hours, and game nights. The GSC will also connect the student body with deparmental decision-making, by soliciting student views and arranging for student representation in departmental processes. Graduate students with questions about the GSC or departmental life should check out the noticeboard in the lobby of 451 College Street, or reach out to the GSC members, listed below.

Ambre Dromgoole (American Religious Studies / AFAM):

Dustin Gavin (American Religious Studies / AFAM):

Danny Eastman (Ancient Christianity):

Nate Lovdahl (Asian Religions):

Lillian McCabe (Islamic Studies):

Cody Musselman (American Religious History):

Alison Renna (Religion & Modernity):

Rebecca Potts (Religion & Modernity):

Emily Theus (Theology):

Lewis West (American Religious History):