Call for New External Committee Members

Dear Grad Students, We are currently looking to fill various positions on university wide committees. If you would like to apply please fill out the interest form. If you have questions, please contact . Please see below for details and for more information on the charge of each committee please visit: 1) Academic Technology Steering
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Sarah Hall, recent Taubman Center Grad, talks to Off Book


Offbook interview: Sarah Hall from Silvia Cernea Clark on Vimeo.   Special thanks to Silvia Cernea Clark from the GSC’s Communications Committee for conducting this interview and editing the footage! Click here to learn more about Off Book, including how to nominate someone you know doing interesting work on or off campus.

Grad School taking Nominations for “Research Matters”. Due: Aug 15

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The Graduate School is hosting a live storytelling event on “why my research matters.” The symposium is part of the 250th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, September 27. Students, faculty and other community members are invited to nominate graduate students by August 15, 2014. Students may invite themselves. Learn more. And save the date: students, faculty, alumni, and community members
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6th Year Funding Meeting Tues. 4/22 @5pm

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Dear Graduate Students, The GSC will be hosting a special meeting on Tuesday, April 22, at 5:00pm in the Graduate Lounge to discuss the urgent issue of sixth year funding. (Our discussion will begin promptly at 5:00pm so please arrive accordingly.) We seek to provide a forum for graduate students to communicate and organize collectively around this problem. Please spread the word
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On 6th Year Funding

Dear Fellow Graduate Students, As you may already know, the decisions for 6th year doctoral student funding were announced yesterday afternoon. We are aware that due to the amount of applications this year, the funding rate might have been much worse than anticipated, thereby creating a difficult situation for many students. We are writing to
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