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Graduate Student Senate

 

TONIGHT'S GSS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO POOR WEATHER. PLEASE HELP US AND NOTIFY YOUR COLLEAGUES. A MESSAGE HAS BEEN SENT TO ALL REGISTERED GSS REPRESENTATIVE VIA THE LISTSERV.

Welcome to the Graduate Student Senate at The University of Iowa!

The Graduate Student Senate is comprised of grad students, for grad students. We exist to give graduate students a voice in the dialog bteween students and the University, and to inform graduate students of opportunities for professional development, outreach, and social events. Our primary goals are to successfully run the Jakobsen Conference and opportunities for GSS Funding for graduate students. This website is designed to keep The University of Iowa community up to date with our activities, events, meetings, and membership.


Recent and upcoming events:

February 2, 2016: The first GSS General Assembly meeting of the Spring Semester. 

February 2, 2016: Extended GSS Jakobsen Conference submission deadline.

March 26, 2016: GSS Jakobsen Conference

December 21, 2015: View the statement GSS has released regaridng the Aspire at West Campus Apartment Complex Aspire.

November 18, 2015: The body of the Graduate Student Senate will have a special meeting with President Harreld, during which we will engage in critical, civil discussion about the future of graduate education at the University of Iowa. Here are the questions that will start our dialog. 

September 15, 2015: view the statement about the Board of Regents' presidential selection processed, approved for release by the GSS during the 5 General Assembly meeting.

 

Click here to find potential internal fellowship oppurtunities offered by the Graduate College.

 

 

Looking for a quiet space to work?

With help from GSS, the Main Library has created a dedicated study room for Graduate Students. For information on how to gain access, click here.

 

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