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    Our Mission

    To improve the lives of University of California, Berkeley graduate students and to foster a vibrant, inclusive graduate student community.

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    The Graduate Assembly provides resources, advocacy, and programming to Berkeley’s diverse graduate population through nine independent projects, each directed by a Berkeley graduate student.

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    The GA funds registered student groups and student publications, in addition to providing travel awards for students presenting research at professional and student conferences.

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    Graduate Student Voice

    The GA oversees appointments of graduate students on over 70 committees across campus that focus on a range of issues such as mental health and wellness, student fees, classroom policies, work-family, sustainability, and ethics.

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2017-18 Campus Affairs Committee Meeting

This announcement serves as public notice that the first meeting for the 2017-18 GA Campus Affairs Committee is scheduled for Thursday, September 28 at 4:30pm in 444 Eshleman Hall (GA Offices). The agenda can…

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Budget Committee Meeting

This announcement serves as public notice that the next GA Budget Committee meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 6 at 9:00 am in 444 Eshleman Hall (GA Offices). The agenda can be found here…

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Now Accepting Nominations for the 2017 Faculty Mentor Award (FMA)

The UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly Faculty Mentor Award (FMA), now in its fourteenth year, honors members of the Berkeley faculty and teaching staff who have shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising, and generally…

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Developing Outreach Activities to Highlight Your Research Forum — 11/9/2017

Thursday, November 9, 2017 12:00 – 1:30 pm 337 LeConte, UC Berkeley Presented by Coalition for Education and Outreach Why should science outreach be an essential component of research labs and scientist training? In…

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Professor Steven Weber on New Political Pressures on Social Media

Thursday, October 5, 2017From The Mercury News Technology’s dark side: Pressure mounts on Facebook, Twitter, Google By Queenie Wong Facebook wants to bring the world closer together. Twitter vows to protect freedom of expression.…

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Ask Me Anything — Berkeley Law dean answers questions on Reddit

Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, an expert on constitutional law, took questions on free speech, hate speech, search and seizure, Citizens United and his school’s hallway water fountain this week when he sat down…

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