The Berkeley Graduate (TBG) is an online publication by, for, and about graduate and professional students sponsored by The Graduate Assembly. Formerly a print publication, and briefly an online daily site, the new TBG is looking to partner with other organizations and centers … Continued
The Graduate Student Parent Advocacy Project has a new Facebook page! Sponsored by the Graduate Assembly, GSPA advocates for student parents and develops programs to support their academic and personal success. Join now to stay updated on: social events workshops new initiatives … Continued
The 2016-17 Student Services Fee (SSF) funding proposal submission process is now open. Eligibility: All campus units that provide co-curricular student services and student groups (sponsored by ASUC and Graduate Assembly Executive Officers) are eligible to apply for one-time … Continued
The Graduate Assembly is currently hiring Project Directors and the Project Advocacy and Accountability Liaison for the 2016-17 academic year. For more information, please visit the Graduate Assembly website or click on the links below for the official job cards: … Continued
The Graduate Assembly, UC Berkeley’s graduate student government, is hiring! We are currently seeking applications for Project Directors and the Project Liaison; other openings will be available later in the summer. Project Directors work in specific graduate student communities; the Project … Continued
Graduate Assembly elections took place on March 7 at a lively five-hour meeting that discussed 29 nominated candidates, eight newly elected officers, and one announcement of a mayoral candidacy. The Graduate Assembly, the official representative body of graduate and professional … Continued
Question. Investigate. Critique. Design. Analyze. Advance. While these are all activities Berkeley graduate students are used to doing in their academic lives, the dedicated students in The have added “Advocate” and “Lead” to their portfolios. From … Continued
Graduate Students of Color Study Hall Hosted by the Graduate Minority Student Project December 11, 2015, 9 – 6 pm, Christian Hall https://www.facebook.com/UCB.GMSP/ Be productive with hot coffee and free food. De-Stress Meditation Series Hosted by the Graduate Student Wellness Project December … Continued
The Graduate Assembly is hiring a Local Affairs Director, a Legislative Affairs Director, and a System-wide Affairs Director, all of whom support the work of theVice President for External Affairs. The application deadline has been extended and the GA will continue … Continued
Check out the The Berkeley Graduate, the Graduate Assembly’s online publication by, for and about graduate students. At their site you will find articles on students, events, research, academic life, science and technology, politics, op-eds, entertainment, and more. In their words: “Its … Continued
From the Welcome Back Party, to the Empowering Women of Color Conference. From free tax consultation, to workshops for student parents. From The Berkeley Graduate online journal, to the Queer and Transgender Advocacy project. Discover how the Graduate Assembly is working to improve the lives of graduate students and create a vibrant and inclusive graduate community.
The Berkeley Graduate is a community news source by, for, and about graduate students. Our aim is to provide regular coverage of issues relevant to graduate students at local and national levels, as well as to increase awareness, understanding, and … Continued
Clearly not a flash in the pan, the Empowering Women of Color Conference will hold its 26th iteration on Saturday, February 19, in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union. Keynote speakers are Angela Davis, Ericka Huggins, and Dylcia Pagán. Includes workshops, panels, plus vendors, food, performances, and music a-plenty. Admission: free to UC Berkeley students with IDs.
Every year, the Graduate Division and the Graduate Assembly team up to call public attention to the exemplary and caring assistance individual faculty members have provided, above and beyond the call of duty, to their students. As the culmination of … Continued
In the 1970s, the Berkeley campus was, a veteran faculty member told a concerned new assistant professor, “not a loving institution.” It’s come a long way, baby. The neophyte of long ago who told that anecdote, George Breslauer, has now … Continued
The Graduate Division, which oversees graduate education at Berkeley, and the Graduate Assembly, the grad students’ government, are making up for lost time. For decades, the campus did little to reward the vital role many faculty members play as mentors to their students. Countering that non-trend, the two groups have joined forces for the third year in a row, presenting their own faculty honors in a combined ceremony.