The Graduate Student Senate of Arts & Sciences (GSS) seeks graduate students in Arts & Sciences who wish to work together to express graduate students' views on campus and create personal, professional and scholarly opportunities for their peers. For more information and to download our constitution, visit About GSS.
The GSS is composed of one representative from each degree-granting department or program in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Our senator list for 2012-2013 will be updated after our first meeting of the year on Tuesday September 4th. If you are unsure if your department is represented, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Officers for the 2012-2013 year are Aysegul Turan (Comparative Literature) and Ganesh Babulal (Rehabilitation and Participation Sciences), Co-Presidents; Zach Colonius (Music), VP for Finance; Lauren Barbeau (English), VP for Communication; and Andrew Westbrook (Psychology), VP for Programming and Publicity.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE 18TH ANNUAL GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM!
Congratulations to all the winners of the 18th Annual Graduate Research Symposium! This year's symposium featured a large number of highly succesful presentations intended to share knowledge across discipline boundaries. Symposium 2013
Congrats to past winners! A list of winners of the 18th Annual Symposium and prior years' winners can be found at: http://gss.wustl.edu/symposium_results
Thanks to all the participants!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WINNERS OF THE OUTSTANDING FACULTY MENTOR AWARD!
To see a complete list of the winners and special recognition recipients, visit our OFMA homepage at http://gss.wustl.edu/mentor
The work of the GSS takes place in committees. Membership is open to all graduate students in Arts & Sciences. Contact a committee chair for further information. Check back soon for expanded online information about committee work.
We need your help not only to carry on important student-run events like the Graduate Research Symposium and the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, but also to advocate for better health care, moniter students' needs in off-campus housing and much, much more.
Throughout the year, both the Career Center and the Teaching Center offer workshops for graduate students.
Finally, join our facebook group! Share news of events of graduate student events and connect with students across departments.
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