The Public Administration Graduate Student Association (PAGSA) exists to represent and serve graduate students in the School of Public Administration and other graduate students enrolled (degree and non-degree) in public administration courses without regard to UNM campus attendance. PAGSA sponsors activities to provide opportunities for students' academic, professional and social growth.
PAGSA representatives work with other graduate and professional programs and their students through the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA), to create and pass legislation that focuses on problems affecting graduate students. Please visit GSPA's website to see what initiatives GPSA is currently involved in.
2016-2017 PAGSA Council
Rachel Overmier, President
Carolyn Tanaka, Vice-President
Patricia Beggs, Secretary
Amanda Lujan, Treasurer
Sally Barker, GPSA Representative
Rose Davenport, GPSA Representative
2017-2018 PAGSA Council: TBA