Graduate School Student Advisory Board

Seeking applications for Academic Year 2017-18

The Graduate Student Advisory Board (GSAB) is a standing committee of the Graduate School made up of Graduate Students. The board's purpose is to facilitate communication between students and the Graduate School administration with the goal of meeting student needs and enriching the university experience for all graduate students. The Advisory Board generally meets once a month for an hour and a half during the regular school year.  Members may be asked to help gather information from colleagues regarding graduate events and support services as well as participate in graduate events such as the Graduate Research Forum. 
Deadline to submit your application is Wednesday, June  21st by 1:00pm


Members represent a variety of academic disciplines and include a mix of master's and doctoral students, GEs and non-GEs, and students from diverse populations on our campus.

Being a member of the Graduate School Advisory Board was extremely enlightening. It gave me the chance to meet students from all across campus, from many different disciplines, creating a great diverse group of people. The Graduate School does a good job of bringing in a mix of majors and backgrounds to the board. In addition, I learned a lot about the Graduate School and the university itself. We were able to hear everyday issues faced by grads on campus and work towards solutions. In my first year on the board, we actually created the Graduate Student Association as a means to begin addressing issues we were seeing in graduate life.  I really enjoyed my time on the board, and am grateful that the Graduate School takes the time and opportunity to work with this group to create a better graduate experience for all.

    ~ James Kress, Doctoral Student in Computer Science and Graduate School Student Advisory Board Member, 2013-2015



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