Upcoming Events

If you’re a new student (or a returning one for that matter), come check out the Graduate Student Lounge as well!

GRO-run events (updated on 02/26/2017)

 

GRO-sponsored events (updated on 02/26/2017)

French Film Festival (3/12 – 15/2017)

Come enjoy four days (March 12-15) of French cinema based around the theme of “Adolescence”.

Venue : Gilman 50

Time   : 3/12 – 15/2017 19:00

Academic-Social Gathering (3/3/2017)

KGSA Academic Social: Introduce your academic works, your interests to colleagues and Korean faculties. Korean students are all welcome!

Venue : Levering Hall

Time   : 3/3/2017 18:30

Graduate Student Conference (3/3/2017)

Humanities Center graduate student conference to take place on March 3rd and 4th, 2017.

The graduate students of the Humanities Center will host our biennial conference, entitled ““An Ending of Sorts? Critical Responses to Disappearance and Disenchantment in Modernity,” on March 3rd and 4th, 2017. In the spirit of our department’s interdisciplinary mission, the conference will feature graduate student papers on a variety of fields including art history, philosophy, political science and literature.

Venue : Gilman Hall

Time   : 3/3/2017 9:00


Regular Events

Coffee Hour

Every Monday from 2:30 to 3:30pm we hold GRO coffee hour in Levering Hall Lounge (which is in Levering Hall).  There will be free coffee, drinks, various snacks, and cookies.  And of course, your fellow grad students!

Happy Hour

Most Thursdays from 6-8pm in the Levering Hall Lounge, the GRO hosts a happy hour with free beer, wine, non-alcoholic drinks, and pub snacks.  It’s a great way to meet your fellow graduate students!

GRO General Council Meeting

 

We would like to invite all graduate students to our meetings held every other Monday evening (6 pm, Great Hall in Levering Hall) starting September, 12th, 2016.

The General Council (GC) of the Graduate Representative Organization (GRO) decides on topics that effect graduate student life on Homewood Campus (e.g. student group event funding, budget, policies, debates grad student needs) and advocates for graduate students. 

Every graduate student from Homewood is allowed to attend and to ask the chairs in advance to put a topic on the agenda of the next meeting. However, only department reps and members of the executive board are allowed to vote. Therefore, it is very important that every department sends a representative so that your voices will be heard.We’d like to highlight that we advocate for every graduate student who is on Homewood Campus. It does not matter whether you have a department rep or not.

In order to apply for our travel grants, your department rep has to attend the majority of the meetings—otherwise, your department won’t be eligible for funding.

If you’re interested to join the GRO as a department rep, please send an email to our secretary .