Help Us Tell the Story of Graduate Student Activism! The GA is creating an archive of student activism and wants to know about issues, campaigns, and groups graduate students are involved in. Fill out this survey by April 15 to help us document student activism efforts!
The Outstanding Graduate Student Peer Mentor Awards honor graduate and professional students who have shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising, and generally supporting either undergraduate students or their fellow graduate students – learn more and nominate your peer mentor!
Getting Through the Academy is a Graduate Assembly project that aims to produce a video series on the professional and personal challenges of Berkeley graduate students and showcase best practices for maintaining a healthy work-and-life balance in academia. The broader goal of the series is to build an archive of academic life in Berkeley that… read more
Graduate Assembly President Adam Orford delivered the following welcoming remarks at the New Graduate Student Orientation on August 27, 2019. Today it is my job to welcome you to graduate school. So, welcome! But the thing about that is that there really is no single “graduate school” to welcome you to. Some of you are… read more
The Graduate Assembly is hiring Executive Staff and Project Directors for 2019-2020! Please visit our Open Positions page for more details. To apply, please email the listed contact for each position with a subject line indicating which job you are applying for. Applications should include a one-page statement of interest in the position, a CV or resume… read more
We hope to see all graduate and professional students at the Spring 2019 GradFest. Come get information about our many Graduate and Professional Organizations, Campus Resources, and more! Event is from 4-6 pm in Pauley Ballroom with a Grad only social to follow. Details to be announced soon!
The Graduate Assembly is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 Faculty Mentor Awards! The winners are listed on this page.
The Graduate Assembly is hiring a junior and a senior EWOCC Coordinator! A Coordinator of the Empowering Women of Color Conference (EWOCC) is responsible for leading the overall committee vision for the annual event and, in concordance with the EWOCC co-Coordinator, executing all logistical activities related to EWOCC. Please visit our Open Positions page for more details. To apply,… read more
Due to funding constraints, Registered Graduate Student Organizations are no longer able to print at the GA Business Office (Eshleman 444). Printing for individual graduate students is limited to 10 pages without color. We’re sorry for the inconvenience!
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 be found here.