The Berkeley Graduate, the Graduate Assembly-sponsored publication, is always looking for guest columnists. They welcome columns from Berkeley graduate and professional students on a wide variety of topics related to student life, research, and involvement in the wider community. Columns may range from how to survive and thrive as a graduate or professional student to the latest research in your department. They especially encourage topics that document or facilitate interaction and understanding across departments.

The goal of The Berkeley Graduate is to inform and inspire graduate students by connecting them to a campus-wide community online. By tapping into the collective knowledge of this body of students, they hope students learn from each other how to make the most of their time as Berkeley students; to highlight exciting, interdisciplinary, or collaborative research at Berkeley; and to encourage participation in the broader community through outreach and volunteer work.


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Graduate Assembly

The mission of the Graduate Assembly is to improve the lives of University of California, Berkeley graduate students and to foster a vibrant, inclusive graduate student community.

The Graduate Assembly is the official representative body of the graduate and professional students at the University of California, Berkeley. The fundamental principles of the Graduate Assembly are the promotion of a vibrant student social life, inclusiveness, progressive activism, community service, educational improvement, and professional development. In service to these principles the Graduate Assembly advocates for students, funds student groups on campus, and directly manages a variety of projects.

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