** In accordance with University guidelines and highly recommended social distancing, all GSA events are canceled for the remainder of the semester. If you have any questions or concerns for hte GSA please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make A Difference Awards: Roaring 20's : Canceled
The Graduate Student Association is pleased to present The Make A Difference Awards Roaring 20's.
Friday, April 3 | Bernhard Center Ball Room | 7pm
Lunch and learn: Graduate Student Mental Health : Canceled
Learn from Breanna Traynor, the Assistant Director of Mental Health Outreach, and Laceey Ruble, about strategies and resources to care for your mental health while in graduate school.
Thursday, March 19 | Location TBD | 12-1:30pm
Lunch and learn: APa 7th Edition
Learn from Kim Ballad, the Director of the Writing Center, about APA 7th Edition. Free lunch at the Valley Dining Center.
Wednesday, February 26 | Valley Dining Center, Bronco Room |12-1:30pm
Preparing For the post doctoral experience
The goal of the workshop is to provide advanced graduate students with the skills and experiences beyond normal academic training. For more information check out this flyer.
Friday, February 21 | Floyd Hall, Room D210 | 2-3:30pm
RSVP at Experience WMU or follow the links from wmich.edu/grad/events
Eliminating Racism & Creating/Celebrating Equity
Introduction to Systematic Racism Workshop lead by ERACE in conjunction with the Sociology Department GSA. Sponsored by the Graduate Student Association.
Friday, February 7 | Sangren Hall Room 1730 | 9am-4pm | Lunch Provided | Please email questions and RSVP to: email@example.com
December 4 | 11-4pm | Room 208, Bernhard Center
Lunch and Learn
November 20 | 12-1pm | Room 157, Bernhard Center
Dr. Eldridge, the Clinical Director of KAC in the Department of Psychology, is presenting on effective uses of Power Point. A lunch ticket will be provided.
September 27 | 6-8pm | Graduate Lounge, Waldo Library
GSA hosts a number of professional development, social, academic, and wellness events each year. We hope to see you there!
On Friday, April 5, more than 300 hundred graduate students gathered in the brand new Conference CenterArcadia, Delta Hotels by Marriott Kalamazoo, to celebrate the outstanding work that our peers are doing in and out of the classroom at Western Michigan University. We had a fun night full of recognition, musical and dance performances, delicious food, and great music that kept us dancing till late at night. We cannot wait to see what the next year will bring!