Deadline has passed for Applications for Membership on the Graduate School Advisory Board

The Graduate School Student Advisory Board's mission is to help the Graduate School create a supportive community for graduate students, provide workshops that enhance the quality of your graduate experience, and identify and share resources for professional development.
The Advisory Board is committed to fostering social and intellectual interaction among graduate students across disciplines. Each November, members of the Board help to plan a dinner during which graduate student leaders and top University administrators discussed issues in graduate education. In April 2010, the Board will hosted the university's first interdisciplinary Graduate Student Research Forum. This tradition continues and the next Research Forum is scheduled for Friday, May 10, 2013.

The Advisory Board includes 20-25 graduate students who collaborate with representatives from the Graduate School. Members represent a variety of academic disciplines and include a mix of master's and doctoral students, GTFs and non-GTFs, and students from diverse populations on our campus. In order to maintain balanced representation,each year we invite applications from graduate students in specific discipline areas.

Apply to be a member of the 2012-13 Graduate School Advisory Board

Currently accepting applications for master's and doctoral students from:

School of Architecture and Allied Arts Studio Field
College of Arts and Sciences Humanities Field
College of Arts and Sciences Social Sciences Field
Charles H. Lundquist College of Business
College of Education Counseling Psychology Field
College of Education Couples and Family Therapy Field
College of Education Special Education Field
School of Music and Dance

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, October 5, 2012.

Questions may be addressed to Kyle Reynolds (; 541-346-2489) or Mia Tuan (; 541-346-8425).
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