The Graduate Student Government is an organization, sponsored by the Office of Graduate and Professional Education, which provides advocacy on behalf of and social and professional programming for graduate students at the University of Delaware. Every graduate student is represented in the GSG by a senator from his/her academic program, and every graduate student is welcome to participate in all GSG meetings and events. In fact, every graduate student is already a member of GSG! I encourage you to visit one of our meetings on the second Thursday of each month in 104 Gore Hall, or consider getting involved with program planning or advocacy on one of the GSG committees. Additionally, there are several unrepresented programs, which you can find out more about on our Senators page.
GSG Upcoming Events For Fall 2017:
“GSG Welcome Picnic” at Fairfield Park (New London Road) on Friday September 08 at 6:00 PM.It will be a potluck, but GSG will provide some food and drinks. Please invite friends and family/.RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/avGTKOHKxfuBmd683. More information / flyers will be available at a later date. .
“Night at The Theatre” as part of GSG Welcome Graduate Students event on October 06, 2017 @ 7.30 pm , performance of “The Mountaintop“. Discount ticket price for Graduate Students will be $12. The performance runs approximately 95 minutes with no intermission. There is a talkback with the actors following the performance. Further details for the event will be announced soon.
Yuletide at Winterthur is the Annual Winter Cultural Event to be held on December 06, 2017. Hosted yearly at Winterthur, graduate students can enjoy live music while exploring the galleries at the festively decorated at DuPont family estate. Further details for the event will be announced soon.
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Thursday July 13: GSG Park Clean-up and Picnic at Fairfield Park – GSG team hope that you are enjoying summer so far! The sustainability committee is hosting the next event. GSG want to emphasize that this is a social event (a potluck picnic) above anything else and the actual park clean-up may only require about 5 minutes. Bring friends & family, some food and have fun!
Thursday, April 13: 7th Annual Graduate Students’ Forum – 8:30am – 5:30pm, with complimentary lunch & panel from 12-2pm, and reception 4-5:30pm. The theme this year is “Leaders of Engaged Citizenry: Graduate Student Research & Creative Works,” intended to highlight the broad value of graduate education to scholarly communities and society at large. Interdisciplinary discussions will be fostered by panels focused on various topics of broad significance, geared toward accessibility to the lay public. A reception and poster session will close off the day, with some finger food and a bar available. The registration, luncheon, reception, and gift are free of charge and open to the public, with a reservation. Reserve here.
Please don’t hesitate to let me know if I can help you get involved with the GSG or if I can answer any questions or concerns you have.
David Maisson -GSG President Ashar Khan – VP Internal Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org