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GSG is interviewing for GRID Event Planning Coordinator More about: Job Opening: GRID Event Planning Coordinator
See all the winners to the GSG 2013 Annual election inside. More about: GSG 2013 Elections Results Announced
Read about exciting events coming up in the GSG Social Newsletter! More about: GSG Social Newsletter for 25 April 2013
Read about exciting events coming up in the GSG Social Newsletter! More about: GSG Social Newsletter for 28 March 2013
Read about exciting events coming up in the GSG Social Newsletter! More about: GSG Social Newsletter for 5 April 2013
Read about exciting events coming up in the GSG Social Newsletter! More about: GSG Social Newsletter for 4 May 2013
Read about exciting events coming up in the GSG Socail Newsletter! More about: GSG Social Newsletter for 7 March 2013
President David Colon-Cabrera's November 2012 Report More about: President Colon-Cabrera's November 2012 Report
Read all about upcoming events for the weeks following 14 November 2012! More about: GSG Social Newsletter for 14 November 2012
Shuttles will be taking students from Stamp Student Union to the College Park Community Center for Prince George's County Early Voting. This polling location is only for Prince George's County residents registered to vote in PG County. The shuttle will be picking up on Union Lane (across from entrance to the Union Lane Garage). The shuttle will be operating Wednesday October 31st, and Thursday November 1st. Pick up times will be 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM and 7:00 PM. The final shuttle will leave the community center to return students to campus at 7:45 PM each day. Early voting hours have been extended to 9:00 PM! Gov. O'Malley has issued an executive order extending the times early voting polling locations are open: they will now all be open from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Wednesday October 31st to Friday November 2nd. More about: Early Voting Shuttles & Early Voting Extended!
Get the latest GSG Social newsletter for 22 October 2012. More about: GSG Social Newsletter 22 October 2012
The 2012 GSG Annual Elections have been certified. Full details inside. More about: Certification of 2012 Annual Elections Results
The results of the GSG Elections for the 32nd Assembly Session have been validated. All new program representatives and executive members have been notified. The new Executive Committee is announced below. More about: Assembly Session 32 Election Results
Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award for graduate and undergraduate students More about: Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award
"The Maryland Alumni Association has multiplied its scholarship offerings and expanded them beyond incoming students. The Alumni Association will provide 5 scholarships of $3,000 to graduate students next fall." More about: Alumni Association Scholarships for Graduate Students: DEADLINE JUNE 30, 2012
Graduate Research Interaction Day 2012 will take place all day on April 11th 2012. This year session will include exciting presentations and posters from University of Maryland graduate students of diverse disciplines and backgrounds. Students will share their research, obtain valuable faculty and peer feedback, and hone their conference presentation skills within the comfort of their own campus environment. More about: GRID 2012 Announcement
"Each year the President's Commission on Women's Issues (PCWI) honors outstanding women on our campus for their exemplary contributions to women and women's issues in higher education. These women will be featured at the 2012 Celebration of Women in March. Awards include one specifically for Outstanding Graduate Student, as well as for Outstanding Non-Exempt Staff, Outstanding Exempt Staff, Outstanding Woman of Color, and Outstanding Woman of the Year." More about: Nominate an Outstanding Graduate Student Woman for University Award: DEADLINE JAN. 15
"Graduate Students are welcome to share their research with the University Community in the Graduate Student Spotlight. Spotlights will be featured on the GSG website and will be eligible for inclusion in University publications." More about: Highlight Your Research!
Are you a graduate student looking for fellowship opportunities? The GSG fellowship webpage has been updated with the latest fellowship opportunities for graduate students. More about: Graduate School Fellowships Update
The Department of Transportation Services will operate shuttle service to the Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) Airport during major breaks. Shuttles will leave from Cole Field House on Wednesday, November 23rd and will also be available on Sunday, November 27 from BWI Airport. More about: Thanksgiving Break Shuttle to BWI Airport
Great scholarship opportunity for Spring 2012. The Joseph M. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award provides one-time awards of up to $1,000 to undergraduate or graduate students whose ability to succeed at our institution may be challenged by some personal or family circumstance. More about: Scholarship For Spring 2012
The Graduate Student Government seeks graduate students to help plan Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID) 2012, set for Wednesday, April 11. This exciting event will feature research presentations of graduate students from all disciplines across campus and feature free food, great speakers, and a chance to learn more about graduate research from all around campus. More about: Help Plan Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID) 2012!
The Director of Operations (DoO) serves as the chief administrator of the GSG and its operations, and works closely with the GSG President and the Executive Committee. In consultation with the Vice President for Financial Affairs, the DoO administers the financial accounts of the organization, overseeing both its operating budget and procedures related to the event funding process. More about: GSG Director of Operations Position Available
The Graduate Student Government seeks a Webmaster to manage the content and application of the GSG website. The website aims to be an archive of many GSG activities, such as Assembly meetings, financial documents, and events. More about: GSG Webmaster Position Available - Deadline Extended
Send us a photo of yourself in your GSG t-shirt, or upload it on our Facebook page. There will be prizes for the first submissions of each month and major prizes, including a Kindle, for the overall winners at the end of the summer! Don't have a shirt? We'll give you one! More about: GSG Launches Traveling Grads Contest!
Nominate yourself to represent your program in the GSG through 5pm on Sunday, May 3. More about: Nominations Period for Program Representatives Extended
Each Monday, GSG-SOCIAL appears in the inboxes of a select few. Become one of them! More about: GSG-SOCIAL: A Weekly Newsletter of Fun Stuff for Grads
The GSG is now accepting nominations for the Outstanding Assembly Member Award, which will be handed out at the university's spring banquet. More about: Outstanding Assembly Member Award Nominations Being Accepted
The GSG Academic Affairs Committee would like to know your thoughts on graduate students enrolling in undergraduate level courses. More about: Graduate Student Enrollment in 100-300 Level Courses - Let us know what you think!
At its meeting on December 10, the Assembly elected Erin Bone Steele as the new VPSA. More about: New Vice President for Student Affairs Elected
The GSG will be holding a mid-term election for the VPSA executive position at the December 10th assembly meeting. More about: VPSA Mid-term Election
The Graduate Student Government (GSG) is hosting Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID) on April 6, 2011. GRID provides an on-campus conference-style venue in which graduate students from all academic backgrounds can share their research, obtain valuable faculty and peer feedback, and hone their conference presentation skills within the comfort of their own campus environment. GRID fosters healthy competition among students by recognizing and awarding the best presentations from subject-themed oral and poster presentation sessions. More about: Call for Abstracts - Present Your Research at GRID!
At its most recent meeting, the GSG Assembly voted on a logo that highlights 30 years of serving graduate students across campus. The winning logo was designed by Jonathan Lee, a graduate student in the Smith School of Business! More about: 30th Anniversary Logo Chosen
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