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Graduate Program Coordinators

A group of UC Davis GSAC members at a December 2017 event

Graduate Studies Advisory Committee 

The Graduate Studies Advisory Committee (GSAC) is an advisory committee that discusses issues that affect graduate program staff across campus. It serves as a resource and support network and makes recommendations to the Graduate Studies Dean’s Office. The committee is composed of graduate program staff and Graduate Studies staff.

2017-18 GSAC Chairs

Grace Woods
Co-Chair, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering

Brad Wolf
Co-Chair, Chemistry

Upcoming Workshops

August: Thursday August 30th, 2pm-3pm (Kemper 1003)
Topic: Digital Marketing and Communications
Speaker: Paul Terry

Thursday, September 13th from 2pm-3pm (Kemper 1003)
Topic: Helping Graduate Students in Distress
Speaker: Jennifer Chow and Don Dudley, OSSJA

Monday, October 22nd  from 2pm-3pm (Kemper 1003)
Topic: GradPathways Feedback
Presenter: Teresa Dillinger, Academic Administrator, Professional Development Programs

Wednesday, October 31st from 3pm-4pm Haunted Wine Cellar
Fall Celebration (including costume contest!)
More information to be provided October 1st.

Resources

Graduate Studies Advisory Committee Mentors/Mentees Group

Are you a new graduate program coordinator at UCD or UCDMC?  If so, you might want to consider joining the Graduate Studies Advisory Committee (GSAC) Mentors/Mentees group.  This group meets once per quarter to discuss upcoming deadlines, procedures, best practices, Q & A, etc.  This is an excellent opportunity to get to know your fellow program coordinators and get advice and information that may be beneficial in your career.  New program coordinators (mentees) are paired with seasoned program coordinators (mentors) and the mentors are available to answer any questions that you may have during your day to day operations.  If you are interested in becoming involved with the GSAC mentors/mentees group, please contact Co-Chairs Laura Young or Christal Wintersmith.