Graduate Student Association
The Graduate Student Association (GRSA) was formed in 2007 to help promote interaction among graduate students and graduate departments and faculty. It is our intent and purpose to provide students with effective communication with the Graduate School and University community.
The sole purpose of this organization is to help students, with a greater emphasis on graduate students, to have a better academic and social experience here at the University of West Florida. We are your voice at the weekly meetings of the Student Government Association (SGA), and any concerns that you may have regarding your experience here can be relayed through us to the SGA officers. We understand your dedication to higher learning, all of us that run the organization are in the same boat. All that we ask is that you help us help you, with feedback or participation in our sponsored events.
The Graduate Student Association in collaboration with the John C. Pace Library will be offering a research boot camp series for graduate and undergraduate students interested in learning more about the various skills and resources available for conducting research at the graduate level. The first event of the series will be held on Wednesday, January 21, 2015, at 3:00 p.m., in the John C. Pace Library Classroom (Room 123). This first workshop will be a highly informative introduction to "Library Research for Graduate Students." Please join the GRSA for this event to network with your fellow graduate students and learn more about what the library has to offer and how it can help you conduct high-level research.
|Vice President||Tiffany Hollingsworth||Tah30@students.uwf.edu|
|Communications Officer||Victoria Lively|
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