Students interested in attending this wellness activity must pre-register. The attitude of gratitude station where students can write a thank you note or make a list of 5 things they are grateful for, Essential Oil bag station where students can create an essential oil bag, Describe the challenges PhDs face in their job search, Identify the resources in Aurora that can help you, Apply tips and strategies to confidently begin your career exploration and job search. Candidate, College of Medicine, Paul Wassel, Ph.D. Admissions to the game is FREE. This contest is open to all currently enrolled Oregon State University masters or doctoral graduate students in both thesis and course-based programs. Join us at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 7, 2022 via Zoom. IDs will be checked! Please submit your entry by Friday, April 1to increase your chances of winning. In honor of GSAW, three lucky participants will receive a prize for reducing their personal impact when completing the activity by Sunday, April 30. Diversity of Views & Experience Fellowship (DOVE), National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, Torske Klubben Fellowship for Norwegian Citizens, Diversity Predoctoral Teaching Fellowships, Endowed Fellowships (Apply Through Program), Torske Klubben Fellowship for Minnesota Residents, Creating Inclusive Cohorts Training Program, Distinguished Master's Thesis Competition, National Science Foundation Research Traineeship, National Science Foundation Innovations in Graduate Education Program, Community of Scholars Program Writing Initiative, Sponsored by UMD Graduate Student Association, Catered by Bogart's Doughnut Co. &UP Coffee Roasters, Free mini golf, non-alcoholic drinks, and appetizers, Kirby Garden Room - Second Floor, Kirby Student Center. If additional spots become available, we will update the site and notify all students. GSAW seeks to emphasize the contributions, impact, and value of graduate and professional students on campuses throughout the United States. Facilitator: Erin Lin, Senior Assistant Director, Career Connections Center. This class is a full-body strength and conditioning workout with a concentration of core exercises incorporated throughout. Max attendees for this activity is 15 participants. This award is presented annually to UF faculty who promote diversity and inclusivity in the university environment through their positive interactions with others in graduate education. New to graduate school? (All levels)Location: Henry Crown Sports Pavilion, STUDIO 1AB | KAITLYN / LAURA. Access sources of financial assistance such as outside employment and loans. Tune into this interactive session to get a full understanding of graduate learning expectations, setting goals, taking charge of your learning, developing habits of mind and more. GSA is doing a daily raffle giveaway of prizes and TGS swag for students on our Evanston campus. Candidate, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation week was started in 1993 by the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students to support and appreciate graduate and professional students. Sign up for Monday's raffle at the link below and keep an eye on the GSA Instagram account, Presented by the Chicago Graduate Student Association (CGSA), Presented by the Graduate Student Association (GSA) andThe Graduate School (TGS), Simpson Querrey Institute (303 E Superior St), Drink and Draw features artist and Mini Course drawing instructor, In celebration of GSAW 2022, TGS presents a virtual Drag Bingo event with, Join us for one of two hour-long sessions of cuddle love with some adorable bunnies! Thank you to the College of Journalism and the College of Medicine for sponsoring the GSAW prizes this year! Your outstanding contributions to scholarship, research, teaching and service help make Oregon State a world-class university. Join the U.F. See steps for admitted students, including our orientation for new students. Learn about course credit, grades, registration status, course changes, and degree changes. Join the Graduate School, Graduate Student Council (GSC), and Graduate Assistants United (GAU) for food and fun on the Grinter Hall Lawn as we close out GSAW 2022!

Our Language Table series, Something to Talk About, offers a chance to meet other people through fun, informal activities, and casual conversation. Choose from any and all of the following daily options: Your name will be entered into the drawings daily for participating. In 2010, Florida Governor Charlie Crist signed a proclamation formally recognizing and observing Graduate Student Appreciation Week the first week in April of each year. We will be checking Eventbrite tickets at the door. Prizes will not be mailed unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required, but you can choose your project on the day of the event. GSAW Arts & Craft Event | Get Crafty with the Reitz Union Arts & Craft Center, Location(s): Reitz Union Arts & Crafts Center (Lower Level). See all academic policies and related procedures. For an accommodation related to a disability please contact Ashleigh Anderson at 541-737-4652 by May 6. Learn about the Ver Steeg and McBride Awards for members of our community. You only need to submit one entry to be considered for each daily giveaway. Candidate, College of Medicine, Dennis Parnell, Ph.D. Free while supplies last! Read information that staff need to assist students, postdocs, and faculty of TGS.

Enjoy a $3 happy hour drink special from the Downward Dog. Meet fellow grad student from across the disciplines. Location: Fieldand Fork Farm and Gardens, Museum Rd, Gainesville, FL 32607, Tour Guide:James Longanecker, Farm Manager. Click each of the dropdowns below to see the activities for that day. Division of Graduate Student Affairs (DGSA), Distance Delivered Graduate Degree Programs, Graduate School Doctoral Research Travel Award, Current Meeting Dates And Agenda Deadlines, Retaining Graduate Faculty After UF Employment, National Association of Graduate-Professional Students,, Organization for Graduate Student Advancement and Professional Development (OGAP), Dr. Emi Lenes, Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC). Advanced registration is required, and COVID-19 safety measures will be followed. The Center for Civic Engagement is offering 20-minute Zoom consultations to graduate students interested in developing a relationship with a Chicago-area nonprofit. Max attendees for this activity is 12 participants. Origami station where students can look at a book, decide what they would like to make, get some origami paper, and make some origami! Learn about the requirements for applicants, deadlines and more. The deadline to register isThursday, March31, by 5:00 pm. TGS graduate students can get their game on at Lincoln Park's favorite arcade bar. Please bring a mat or towel, after bottle and a friend. Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week is April 4-8, 2022! Candidate, College of Medicine, Matthew Diller, Ph.D. Location: Lurie Research Building (303 E Superior St), Ryan Family Atrium. Familiarize yourself with the basics of graduate funding at Northwestern, including requirements and options.

Take advantage of English language development resources and more. Winners will be announced on Monday, April 4. Participants will get to choose from four different glaze colors to match their perfect creation. Vote by Thursday, May 12. We are happy to share our observations and tips to support you in this important decision. Use our data visualization tool to see statistics for students in our programs. We do not ask for any verification of need, just your Gator 1 card! Each year during GSAW, we celebrate our graduate students by providing chances for graduate students to win fabulous prizes during the week's events! We look forward to seeing you at the Ball Park & GO GATORS! The Graduate School has pre-ordered 500 GSAW T-shirts and 1000 GSAW Buttons. Join Jennifer Kennymore, Health Promotion Specialist at GatorWell, for a 30-minute Mindfulness Session! Bring a friend or make new ones during game night! Please click the registration link to select the time that works best with your schedule.

Below is a comprehensive list of GSAW events and giveaways that are free and open to all TGS students. Candidate, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Kandice Simmons, Ph.D. 2900 SW Jefferson Way The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Do you want to burn calories by hitting 100-pound bags? CLA is hosting author Leonard Cassuto for a virtual discussion on innovations in graduate education as describedin his recent book,The New Ph.D(with Robert Weisbuch). Explore on-campus and off-campus housing options. Supplies will be provided, and registrants will be entered into CGSA's daily raffle. In addition to the GSAW activities, we will also celebrate UF graduate students on Instagram! Graduate Student Appreciation Week, sponsored by the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students, is designed to raise awareness of the role of graduate and professional students within Americas colleges and universities. Learn the stories behind the research as four graduate students take the stage to share their journeys with us. Message of Appreciation from the Graduate School Staff. OGAP invites you to participate and share your research through poster presentations, with a chance to win prizes or certificates. The University of Minnesota will celebrate the contributions of its more than 14,000 graduate and professional students during the week of April 4. Filter development opportunities offered by University partners. No dance experience or partner is required. Email Dr. Emilia Hodge, OGIO Director, at, Location: The Hitchcock Field & Fork Pantry, 564 Newell Dr (Next to Food Science & Human Nutrition and McCarty Hall). CGSA is sponsoring an instructor-led painting class in Kellerman Classroom (McGaw 2-322) with refreshments + wine.

Meet and network with other grad student veterans. There will be three stations for students to participate in, plus their bi-weekly message. Paddle Tail Classroom (6420), 6th floor, OSU Valley Library. Body scanning involves gradually paying attention to parts of the body from feet to head. Get crafty with the Reitz Union Arts & Crafts Center for Graduate Student Appreciation Week! Whether you are interested in working in academia, private industry, or for government employers, this talk will help you think through how to find and network into jobs with an advanced degree. Space is limited and advance registration is required. You can be green and save green with the Green Home Certification program by sustainNU! Don't miss your chance to unwind, eat some good food, and celebrate the end of a great semester! Join GSA for a 35-minute magic show featuring a live bunny and tricks designed for kids 5-10! Learn more about what you need to do before traveling abroad. Relax and Unwind | Free Massages @ Grinter Hall.

All eligible TGS students will receive a "Donut Drop Pass" in their morning email, so come stop by and say hello.Location: Lurie Research Building (303 E Superior St), Ryan Family Atrium, Put on your fancy clothes and stop by TGS Commons on our Evanston Campus for a complimentary professional headshot. Coupon available at the front desk in Heckart Lodge. Access the Graduate Student Tracking System and user guides. Wonn S. Pyon, Ph.D. Join Wildflowers Yoga for an all-levels flow class to clear your mind and connect back to your body with movement and breath. Massage therapists will work with raffle winners to customize their experience and cater to individual needs. We'll meet at, Presented by the Chicago Graduate Student Association (CGSA) andThe Graduate School (TGS), Degrees Offered by Other Northwestern Schools, Admission Decisions and Enrollment Overview, Master's and Nondegree Student Enrollment Procedures, Interdisciplinary Graduate Assistantships, TGS Internships, & Supplemental Opportunities, Introduction to Graduate Education (IGEN), Hispanic Serving Institution Pathways to the Professoriate, Inclusion & Anti-Bias Initiatives Overview, TGS-Affiliated Student Organizations & Campus Partners, Resources for Directors of Graduate Studies, 125 Years of PhD Degrees Alumni Spotlight Series, Ungrading: Why Rating Students Undermines Learning (and What to Do Instead). Access information, resources and tools for TGS faculty. Registrants will receive an email the day before the event with the Zoom link. Location: Seabury Hall (2122 Sheridan Road), Room 140. Enter the raffle below to win! The three activities will include: Registration is not required; stop by for a quick wellness activity before heading to your next class or lab meeting! However, RSVPs are required to attend the event! Get assistance with academic policies and procedures. Registration is required to attend this event. Heckart Lodge The Office of Graduate Diversity Initiatives is calling for nominations for the 2022 Graduate Education Diversity Champion Award.

For mobile tracking, download WalkerTracker to your device to log steps. We'll meet at Cuddle Bunny in Lincoln Park, whose mission is to provide a comfortable space where folks can enjoy the companionship of domesticated rabbits. Location: Simpson Querrey Institute (303 E Superior St), Simpson Querrey Auditorium (SQBRC 1-230) + Pre-function Area. The Professor Is In: The Essential Guide To Turning Your Ph.D. All eligible TGS students will receive a "Donut Drop Pass" in their morning email, so come stop on by and say hello. RSVP before the deadline - March 31st, Come put your knowledge to the test as Off Campus Life is hosting a Trivia Night at First Magnitude Brewery for Graduate and Professional students. Spots are limited; RSVP does not guarantee a spot.Location: Title Boxing Club (1029 Davis St, Evanston), Come enjoy a free one-hour yoga session! You will receive a certificate to confirm your Green Home status and the opportunity to be entered into the raffle!All graduate students are eligible to participate in this program. These two movement styles complement each other to provide a full mind/body experience. As a participant in this mindful activity, you will have an opportunity to practice a body scan. To enter the daily raffle, please completethis formby 11:59 PM CDT on Thursday, April 7. No registration required. In case of inclement weather, we will have a mediation-style class in the Lurie Medical Research Center's Gray Seminar Room (Lurie 1-165). As part of the Experience Northwestern series and in celebration of GSAW 2022, The Graduate School will raffle off 20 pairs of tickets to seeSteppenwolf Theatre's production of King James, Rajiv Joseph's clever and fast-paced comedy about two friends whose turbulent relationship is best navigated through their shared love of basketballand the endless amiable arguments that erupt from that love. Please see below for instructions on how to join the Fun! Pick up a voucher/coupon in Heckart Lodge during office hours to redeem.

Graduate students are invited to join us in the Student Engagement Portal (Reitz Union 3rd floor) for the kick-off to Graduate Student Appreciation Week to learn about ways to get involved on campus and the many resources available to you as a student. If you have questions, regarding this activity, please contact Jennifer Kennymore, If you have questions, regarding registration, please contact Erin Rice. The pantry provides nonperishable goods, fresh produce from the Field & Fork Farm and Gardens, meat, and bread. Enjoy freebies, food, fun, and fellowship with other graduate students as we honor YOU for all of your hard work! Do you know of additional activities not mentioned below? Food and beverages provided. Get involved through student organizations, community outreach, and more. To attend this event, please click here to register. To attend, this event, please click here to register. In no time, youll be on your way to saving money, brightening your physical space, and fostering positive well-being at home.Certify your home or apartment with your roommates, family, or on your own. Tackle the mid-week hump with a hug from a furry new friend! CGSA is doing a daily raffle giveaway of prizes and TGS swag for students on our downtown Chicago campus. Enjoy games and $1 off your order at Common Fields (Kalamata Bistro, Black Forest Kitchen) in downtown Corvallis. Graduate School, and The Continuum Apartments as we Kick-Off GSAW 2022 on Monday, April 4, from 10 am - 12 pm outside Grinter Hall. Join us for one of two hour-long sessions of cuddle love with some adorable bunnies! Effective massage therapy techniques, such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy, and Reflexology may be employed. As part of McDaniel College strategic planning process, we would like to invite current and former graduate students to a SWOT analysis session. Spots are limited; RSVP does not guarantee a spot. Just show us a copy of the GSA Newsletter on your phone and your Wildcard. This session will provide a broad overview of key resources and services needed to discover, request, and acquire articles, books, and other resources needed during your graduate studies. Attendees can ask questions and share experiences and opinions with peers and ELP staff in a supportive environment for speakers at any level of English proficiency. Refreshments will be provided, and attendees will be included in CGSA's daily raffle. Event limited to 40 participants. Learn about our mission and strategic approach. Tuesday, April 5th Virtual Zoom Workshop 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. GPS Strategic Planning Process Virtual SWOT Analysis Session. Show Your Graduate Student Green Terror Pride! Join Dr. Emi Lenes from the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) center for an opportunity to pause, breathe the fresh air, and feel the ground beneath through an activity that will allow you to experience the beauty of nature at Lake Alice. Candidate, College of Medicine, Kavindri Dilshini Ranasinghe, Ph.D. Stop by the Graduate School office and pick up a hot beverage to start your day. Please sign up with your NU email address. The goal of Writing Retreats is to provide regular opportunities throughout the quarter for graduate students to write together. Free t-shirts and other goodies will be provided! THANK-YOU sponsors! If you are a new user must create a new account. Register by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, April 5. We will have coffee, hot chocolate, and pastries while supplies last. A limited number of GSAW T-shirts and buttons will be available for graduate students in attendance. Start at Green Home Certification where you can download the checklist and submit your certification survey. All of our lucky winners must collect their prizes in-person at Grinter Hall 123. Attendees will be entered in the CGSA Daily Raffle. TGS and the Center for Leadership will be passing out free Stan's Donuts to TGS students. Get your photo taken for free! Please click here to learn how to access your FREE Baseball student ticket. Photos will be taken on a walk-in basis.Location: Seabury Hall (2122 Sheridan Road), Room 140. This class is open to all bodies and all levels of experience. Location: Louis North, Norris University Center. To attend this event, please click here to register. Bring a favorite board game with you or play one of ours. Drink and Draw features artist and Mini Course drawing instructor Stephanie Lupu, who will guide you through a drawing process using compressed charcoals. Find fellowships and grants, both administered through TGS and other sources. This session will review how the careful development of pertinent materials related to dissertation completion and fellowship applications can reduce the stress (and expand the options) associated with the postdoctoral job search. During each four-hour retreat, writers work in the main room, keeping mics muted and/or cameras off and using the chat feature to share goals, ask and answer questions, and check in with each other. No registration required. All eligible TGS students will receive a "Donut Drop Pass" in their morning email, so come stop on by and say hello. If you didn't register and are still interested in attending the arts and craft event, there will be a waitlist at the front desk, andthey will hold spots for 10 minutes before giving the registered spots to people on the waitlist. Join us for some of the activities going on this week, and show your appreciation for the contributions of our graduate and professional students! This high-energy Latin Dance class pairs Latin beats to the steps of Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, and Cha-Cha-Cha. Great for your website or LinkedIn profile. An invite will be sent to all eligible participants through the CGSA listserv. Learn about our bias reporting procedures and other efforts to create an inclusive environment. Bring your friends and join GSA in a night of creativity while painting your thesis! Leadership in fostering positive interactions between persons of different cultural backgrounds. Graduate School Hand wraps and gloves will be provided. Participants will get to throw as much as they can but will only be choosing one piece to keep. Graduate students are invited to stop by Weimer Hall between 10 am and 12 pm for Starbucks coffee, light snacks, and free gift items while supplies last! To mark GSAW 2022, the Graduate Writing Place is hosting a special Writing Retreat or virtual co-working session. The program will run from April 4 April 8. The nomination portal for this year has been closed. Free food, GSAW swag, raffles, and prizes will be available to all registered attendees (while supplies last). We truly appreciate your generous donations! Virtual Zoom Workshop - Catch the Wave: Create the Optimal Conditions for Your Graduate Learning Journey. GatorWellwill offer Wellness Stations the entire week of GSAW from 9 am 5 pm at their main office in the Reitz Union Suite 1100! The instructor will lead you through explosive boxing rounds and no prior experience is required. All eligible TGS students will receive a "Donut Drop Pass" in their morning email, so come stop on by and say hello. Graduate Student Commons, 6th floor, OSU Valley Library. All graduate students are welcome to drop in at any point during Writing Retreats, but registration with Eventbrite is required. Please click here to signup for your FREE 10-minute massage! Graduate Student Research Day is dedicated towards providing graduate students with the opportunity to present their research with other students and faculty. Got the offer! Skip Join a Team (This is an individual challenge). From April 4-8 , join the University of Florida Graduate School in celebrating the diversity and contributions that our graduate students provide to the university and community! A SWOT analysis is an exercise which helps guide institutions in planning for organizational growth. Find procedural information if you wish to change your status, either as a leave of absence, a withdrawal, or a readmission. Familiarize yourself with how to access your admissions decision and enroll. Explore services, including primary care, counseling and well-being resources. Creation of an inclusive and supportive environment for graduate students across different cultures and backgrounds. Share your stories via images and videos, illustrating what makes you #StrongerTogetherUFGSAW22. Please email OGDI at Join our community on Slack to enter to win one of five books on learning and teaching during GSAW! This week will provide graduate students an opportunity to showcase their research, attend various virtual and in-person events, and enjoy free food, prizes, and good company. Relax and Unwind with a FREE massage provided by the Florida School of Massage. - Registration to attend this event has reached capacity. We also will be giving away some stress-relief giveaways to registrants. Stop by during the open house to learn more about this valuable campus resource during graduate student appreciation week. Come for the painting and stay for the wine! In addition, to the free game, we will also have free food, t-shirts, and other amazing give-a-ways to the first 100 graduate students. Expect a full-body workout that gets the heart pumping and promotes flexibility and core strength.
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