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Students Receiving COGS Funding

Published March 30, 2016

cogs-small-2The Congress of Graduate Students (COGS) is a part of the student government that solely represents graduate students at Florida State University.  Among other acts, COGS provides graduate students with grants for conferences and other funds for campus-related activities. The Department of Art Education is excited to announce that some of our very own students have received such funding.


Students who received funding for the 2015-2016 year:

Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI)

Marisa Agama- PhD candidate in Arts Administration


Military Experience and the Arts Symposium (MEA2)

Annie McFarland- PhD candidate in Art Therapy

Meredith McMackin- PhD candidate in Art Therapy 


Museum Studies at Leicester 50th Anniversary Conference 

Jay Boda- PhD candidate in Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions


National Art Education Association (NAEA) Convention

Jennifer Hammrock- PhD candidate in Art Education

Ashley Hartman- PhD candidate in Art Therapy


All of these students received funding to present at these events and conferences, but you can also receive funding for just attending! Check out the COGS website for more information and important deadlines.