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Academic Appeals Board

Graduate Student Association Representatives

Academic Appeals Board (AAB) representatives, along with graduate faculty members, review graduate student appeals on a case-by-case basis. Appeal hearings involve document reviews and/or full-board reviews (similar to a court hearing with testimony). The GSA selects up to 15 graduate student representatives to serve on a pool for the AAB during the academic year. Up to five GSA representatives may be selected from the pool to serve on an AAB hearing (based on availability). 

Graduate students interested in openings for this position should contact GSA Director David Shimokawa.

Academic Appeals Process (pdf)


2021-2022 GSA AAB Representatives

Eight new representatives needed for 2021-2022 academic year

David Shimokawa, Sport and Exercise Science: Sport Administration, Ph.D. student

Emily Romero, Educational Psychology, Ph.D. student

Nicholas Dix, Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership, Ph.D. student

Nicholas Harman, Sport and Exercise Science: Exercise Physiology, Ph.D. student

Tyler Hajek, Sport and Exercise Science: Sport Administration, Ph.D. student

Yohan Lee, Sport and Exercise Science: Sport Administration, Ph.D. student

Zachary McCarver, Sport and Exercise Science: Social Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Ph.D. student