- 250 Mrak Hall
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Tel: (530) 752-0650
Fax: (530) 752-6222
The Graduate Student Assistant to the Dean of Graduate Studies and to the Chancellor (GSADC) serves as a liaison between graduate students and the administration at UC Davis. In addition to regular meetings with the Dean of Graduate Studies, the Chancellor, Graduate Council, and other campus administrators, the GSADC is available to meet with graduate students, both formally (through the GSA and other graduate student groups and organizations) and informally in order to represent graduate student concerns and perspectives as accurately as possible.
Graduate Student Assistant to the Dean and Chancellor 2012-13
Rosalyn (Roz) Earl is a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Education within the School Organization and Educational Policy Emphasis Area. She is also a Designated Emphasis (DE) area graduate student in Feminist Theory and Research. Her current research interests include equity and access of underrepresented students in higher education, social justice and gender diversification in higher educational leadership. She earned her master's degree in Educational Counseling from San Jose State University, and has previously worked in higher education administration and student affairs. Currently, Roz assists disadvantaged youth in after school programs in Yolo County, and is a member of various non-profit organizations that provide educational services and mentoring programs for these youth.
Graduate Student Assistant to the Dean and Chancellor 2013-14
Amandeep Kaur is a Ph.D. candidate in Physics, with a focus on theoretical solid state physics. Her research is based on studying electronic structure properties of different materials (potential superconductors, semi-conductors and molecules). Before coming to Davis, she earned her master's in Physics from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. Her interests include dancing, traveling, reaching out to people who need help and working for the welfare of international graduate students on campus.
Last Updated: May 29, 2013