Constituted in Spring 1993, the Graduate Student Senate (GSS) is the graduate student governing body composed of one representative from each degree-granting department or program in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, as well as graduate students from Engineering and the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis.
The primary objectives of the GSS are to provide channels of communication among graduate students, the Dean of the Graduate School, and other members of the University community; to enhance the graduate student experience through professional development programming and social events; and to provide a forum for graduate student concerns.
Some of our featured and signature activities include:
- New Student Orientation
- Graduate Student Research Symposium
- Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award
- Diversity Roundtable Discussion/Panel
- Legislative Concerns Information Session
For more information on GSS or how to get involved, take a look around on this site or contact us via e-mail at email@example.com.