The Graduate Assembly and Graduate Division are pleased to announce Berkeley's participation in a high-profile UC competition -- a
Earlier this semester, in collaboration with the ASUC and Committee on Student Fees, the GA conducted a survey of UC Berkeley students. We hope to receive over 4,000 responses, and the GA would like to commission a report to analyze and present the results.
JOB TITLE: Survey Data Analyst
POSITION TIMELINE: Begin March 2015File Attachments: Survey Data Analyst job card
The Graduate Assembly is currently hiring a part-time Technology Director to assist in creation, implementation, and maintenance of the Graduate Assembly website as well as establishment and advisement of website and other technology use policies. This position may be extended to the 2015-2016 academic year.
JOB TITLE: Graduate Assembly Technology DirectorFile Attachments: Tech Director Job Card
The Graduate Assembly is currently hiring a part-time Development Director to develop and lead day-to-day fundraising operations including corporate outreach for potential donations and partnerships, research and application to public and private grant sources, and the development of new fundraising opportunities/events (ex. annual reception or golf tournament).File Attachments: Development Director Job Card
My name is Noelle Watanabe. I received my B.S. in Biology with a minor in Spanish from UCLA, and I am thrilled to be back at UCLA again completing the second year of my Masters in Environmental Health Sciences in the Fielding School of Public Health. I am also pursuing the Leaders in Sustainability Certificate and am happy to be organizing and working on projects to improve sustainable practices across campus like the Recycle Roundup and Community Supported Agriculture Box program.
Malin Kan is a second year in the Moving Image Archives Studies M.A. program. Her primary interest is in film programming, particularly in how methods might be developed to facilitate the building of relationships between film programmers, curators and moving image archivists to expand the accepted canon and to provide the justification for the preservation of a wider range of materials through their exhibition and celebration.
Elections for RSG representatives as well as for the President and Vice President of the graduate student body will be held on March 23rd and 24th. Check back here for more information about how to become a candidate, and the details of the elections themselves.
Our Candidate FAQ can be found here.
The University of Michigan Graduate Student Government is comprised of elected students representing all graduate programs administered by the Rackham Graduate School, including: Health and Biological Sciences, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, and Education.
Some ways that we are involved in the lives of graduate students include: