Current GSA Programs
This is your opportuntity to have your CV or resume reviewed by a faculty member! Priority given to students entering the job market this year. It's free. You must pre-register and submit your CV at least a week prior to event. Faculty interested in volunteering shoudl use the registration form below. Learn more about CV Docs.
Our CV Docs event for Fall Semester 2017 has concluded, so stay tuned for our next round in Spring 2018!
The Writers' Room
Are you a graduate student or post-doctoral scholar struggling with finding the time to write? Working on a group project and need to find time to collaborate with others in a constructive and meaningful manner? The Writers' Room is the place for you!
Starting on Thursday's, February 15th, 2018, from 6pm-9pm, the Graduate Student Association is hosting a three-hour designated window to make progress on your writing. This program is absolutely FREE and coffee and light refreshments will be provided to participants.
Each session will start with either a brief 15 minute presentation regarding academic writing or setting goals for what you wish to accomplish in 3 hours. You are then welcome to stay or wander off to a separate space in the library to work. At 8:30, we will all regather and discuss the progress we made and what we hope to accomplish in the next week. In addition, each session you attend grants you one raffle entry for prizes during our last meeting!
The Writers' Room will take place in Room 4F51A on the Fourth Floor of Ellis Library.
Directions to 4F51A:
Take the elevator to floor 4R
Once you have exited the elevator, take a left.
Take your first right and go to the end of the hall.
We look forward to seeing you at The Writers' Room!
TBA Past GSA Programs
Success at First Impression Workshops
About to go to in-person interviews and not sure what to wear? Do you get nervous when talking to a group of people or introducing yourself at networking events? Our Director of Public Relations is leading workshops to help you make your best first impression and introduce yourself with confidence. You do not need to attend both workshops to gain all of the content, just one or the other! Please wear what you would wear to an interview to get the most out of this workshop as well as paper and something to write with.
Job Talk Prep Panels
Grad Family Field Day
The Second Annual Grad Family Field Day will take place on Saturday, April 29th on the quad outside of the Student Center from 3pm-7pm. This event is geared towards graduate students with families as well as children from the greater Columbia community to learn more about options one can pursue in graduate school as well as have lots of fun! Activities may include face painting, three-legged races, or an activity that is discipline-specific.
Are you a student org who would like to set up a booth or activity for Grad Family Field Day? Sign up here!