The Glass Art Society recognizes one Student Liaison per accredited school annually to represent the students and professors for that school. The Student Liaison communicates directly with the Student Representative for the GAS Board of Directors generally via email. The goal is to keep students informed about the organization, of related opportunities and to call attention to specific student needs within GAS. The liaison aids in the exchange of information between the Student Representative and their peer students, their advisors, and their school. (Only one Student Liaison per school per year please.)
The student liaison must be a full-time graduate or undergraduate student and maintain current student membership with GAS.
How To Become Your Schools Student Liaison & Term
Contact the current Student Representative, Amanda Wilcox, at with your name, school and email.
The term lasts for one year and allows students to gain insight into the workings of the organization while giving invaluable assistance to the growth of the glass network. Prior to the terms end Liaison’s must submit their replacements name and email to the current Student Representative.
Overall the Student Liaison acts as an active coordinator for their school in order to disseminate information and ensure that all information sent to GAS is on time and sent correctly, meeting all deadlines and requirements.
Beginning of Every Semester - Submit to the Student Rep an updated list of glass professors, as well as active student members and those interested in learning about membership with GAS along with their contact information (name, email, phone, mailing address).
Organize their peer students to become GAS members, verifying that all have submitted proof of full-time student status to (example: copy of student ID, unofficial transcript, letter from school on letterhead)
Maintain contact with the Student Rep regarding concerns and ideas to help students be active members
Spread the word and encourage participation in GAS events and student opportunities such as: