WHA Graduate Student Caucus

The Western History Association Graduate Student Caucus is devoted to serving the needs of students of Western History by providing  opportunities to excel in the fields of Western History. All student members of the Western History Association are encouraged to join the Graduate Student Caucus.


It is our mission to ...


1. Provide information and access to an evolving graduate student body that aids them in preparing for a rapidly changing professional workplace that values the skill set of historians and historical training.


2. Create an inclusive and collaborative academic environment that enhances the educational opportunities of graduate programs by connecting graduate students and their career interests in Western History.


To join, simply e-mail WHAGSC@gmail.com  with your name and affiliation. You must be a member of the WHA to be a member of the WHA Graduate Student Caucus. It's easy and cheap to join the WHA at the organization's affordable Student Rate ($30). Become a member today!

WHAGSC News and Newsletter

We are happy to share our fall newsletter with you all. If you have any news or updates you would like for us to share, don't hesitate to reach out at WHAGSC@gmail.com. Also, follow us on our Twitter and Facebook social medial platforms! 

2020-2021 Graduate Student Caucus Council

The WHA Graduate Student Caucus elects new leaders each year. If you are interested in being involved in this student leadership opportunity within the WHA please contact WHA-GSC Chair Jenni Tifft-Ochoa at WHAGSC@gmail.com.


Jenni Tifft-Ochoa

WHA-GSC Chair

Gianna M. May Sanchez

WHA-GSC Vice-Chair

Taylor Rose

Membership Coordinator & Fundraising

Brianna Tafolla Riviere

Outreach Coordinator

Korina Ike

Social Media/PR

Alike Bourgette

Historian 


Shine Trabucco
Twitter Takeover


Hayden Nelson
WHA-GSC Newsletter Editor


Western History Association

University of Kansas 

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3650 Wescoe Hall

Lawrence, KS 66045  

wha@westernhistory.org 



The WHA is located in the Department of History at the University of Kansas. The WHA is grateful to KU's History Department and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for their generous support!