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posted on: 31 Jan 2011

Source: Graduate Student Government

The Budget and Finance Committee (BFC) needs your help! The GSG is responsible for using the funding we receive from the Graduate Student Activities Fee to help the graduate student body. To do that, we need you to you share your thoughts and ideas, as well as those of your constituents, as we draft a plan to spend additional funding that has been made available to us. More about:GSG Funding Outlook

post categories: Budget, Assembly, Tuition & Fees

posted on: 31 Jan 2011

Source: University of Maryland Counseling Center

The goal of the group is to provide a support network to help students overcome many of the common challenges of the dissertation process. The group meets every other Friday afternoons from 12:00 noon until 1:30 pm in Shoemaker Building starting on February 18, 2011. More about:Dissertation Support Groups Froming

post categories: Ph.D. Completion

posted on: 27 Jan 2011

Source: Diamondback

"College Park City Council members voted Tuesday night in support of a proposed Mowatt Lane apartment complex geared toward graduate students and faculty members." More about:City Council supports new graduate housing

post categories: Housing, Transportation

posted on: 26 Jan 2011

Source: Graduate Student Government

30th Anniversary Logo designed by Jonathan Lee in the Smith School of Business

Welcome back to the new year, and thanks for joining us even before classes have begun. Of course the semester schedule doesn't always mean too much to graduate students, especially if you're ABD or not teaching. More about:President's January Report to the Assembly

post categories: Budget, East Campus, Shared Governance, Purple Line, Ph.D. Completion, Committees, Transportation, Presidents Postings, Assembly, Tuition & Fees, Graduate Student Life, Legislation, Classes, Elections, Housing

posted on: 25 Jan 2011

Source: Graduate Student Government

Reusable GRID Logo starting from GRID 2010.

The Graduate Student Government (GSG) is currently in need of faculty from all academic disciplines to serve as judges for GRID on Wednesday, April 6, 2011. Judges play an integral role in the success of GRID in that they provide student presenters with valuable feedback and ultimately help select the presenters who are awarded travel grants. More about:Call for Judges - Help us with GRID!

post categories: GRID

posted on: 19 Jan 2011

Source: The Graduate School

Outstanding faculty mentors are critical to graduate education and to creating a successful graduate student experience. The deadline for 2011 nominations is Monday, March 7, 2011. More about:Graduate Faculty Mentor of the Year Award

post categories: Grants & Awards

posted on: 19 Jan 2011

Source: President's Commission on Women's Issues

The Presidents Commission on Womens Issues

Award nominations are open for the 2011 Celebration of Women to be held Tuesday, March 29, 2011. Nomination deadline is Monday, January 31, 2011. More about:Award Nominations now open for the 2011 Celebration of Women

post categories: Grants & Awards

posted on: 07 Jan 2011

Source: Graduate Student Government

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!

post categories: Announcements, Classes, Survey

posted on: 17 Dec 2010

Source: Office of Student Life, UMBC

There is a opening in the Office of Student Life at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County open to any graduate student in the University of Maryland System. This is a 20 hour/week position and benefits include tuition remission and a stipend. More about:Graduate Coordinator for Cultural & Spiritual Diversity Position Open at UMBC

post categories: Jobs, GA Announcements, Diversity

posted on: 13 Dec 2010

Source: Diamondback

"Next semester, the GSG will lobby for a host of new issues in addition to revisiting some old ones." More about:GSG tends to recurrent issues, looks ahead to next semester

post categories: Assembly, Tuition & Fees, Graduate Student Life

posted on: 12 Dec 2010

Source: Graduate Student Government

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

post categories: Assembly, Announcements

posted on: 07 Dec 2010

Source: Graduate Student Government

At the November Meeting, the President gave this report, covering a very broad range of issues from DOTS Game Day Passes to the establishment of the Library Technology Fee Committee More about:President's Report to the Assembly November 2010

post categories: Budget, Ph.D. Completion, Research, Committees, Transportation, Health, Presidents Postings, Tuition & Fees, Graduate Student Life

posted on: 04 Dec 2010

Source: Graduate School

The Graduate School is working with MACRO, The Maryland Judiciary, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office, to identify two graduate students for hourly positions at the MACRO offices in Annapolis. More about:Job: Maryland Judiciary, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office

post categories: Jobs

posted on: 02 Dec 2010

Source: Diamondback

"Graduate students say keeping the campus safe for them can be a whole different ball game than dealing with undergraduate safety issues." More about:GSG holds second annual safety walk

post categories: Safety, Housing, Grad Hills / Grad Gardens

posted on: 29 Nov 2010

Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education

"When a group of prospective graduate students visited the physics department at the University of Washington during a recruiting weekend last spring, they asked lots of questions about their lives as doctoral students. But none of them seemed very interested, the department's chairman says, in how recent Ph.D.'s fared after graduate school - on the job market." More about:Master's in English: Will Mow Lawns

post categories: Masters, Jobs, Ph.D. Completion

posted on: 29 Nov 2010

Source: Diamondback

"The bi-monthly meetings for graduate students called "Grad Pubs" are a good event in theory, graduate students say - but in practice, they need a little help." More about:GSG experimenting with making signature event more appealing

post categories: Graduate Student Life

posted on: 29 Nov 2010

Source: Diamondback

"Graduate students in any discipline finally have a place outside of class to get some free feedback on their written work." More about:Pilot program offers writing instruction for grad students

post categories: Mentorship, Training

posted on: 26 Nov 2010

Source: Graduate Student Government

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

post categories: Announcements

posted on: 25 Nov 2010

Source: Graduate Student Government

Reusable GRID Logo starting from GRID 2010.

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!

post categories: GRID, Announcements

posted on: 19 Nov 2010

Source: Graduate Student Government

The Graduate Student Government GRID Planning Committee (GPC) is seeking a graduate student to serve as GRID Coordinator for the planning and production of GRID 2011 to be held on April 6, 2011. The position appointment period is from January 24, 2011 - April 8, 2011 with approximately 5 hours per week at $16/hour with potentially increased hours approaching the day of the event. Scheduling of hours per week is flexible. More about:GSG Hourly Position

post categories: Jobs, GRID

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