The Grad Post, Spring 2020, Graduate Student Organization (GSO)
The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) is committed to representing and supporting the interests of all current and prospective graduate students at Georgia Southern University and seeks to support scholarly activities as well as promote social opportunities for the development of graduate students. All currently enrolled graduate students are members of the GSO.
The GSO council consists of members from the graduate student body representing all colleges on the University’s campus. The council, the main governing body of the GSO, oversees the administration and awarding of research and travel grants and helps organize social events and professional development opportunities for graduate students.
The GSO had councils on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses, click here to review that current council members.
During the Fall and Spring semesters that GSO hosts social events and workshops for all current graduate students. Events are hosted on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses.
The GSO also offers research grants annually through the Graduate Student Professional Fund. The Graduate Student Professional Development Fund (GSPDF) is a competitive funding opportunity for graduate students at Georgia Southern University (GS) managed by the Graduate Student Organization (GSO). This grant is designed to financially support students in travel to program-related events and in thesis or dissertation-related research while attending GS. Funding is awarded first and foremost on merit. Applicants must demonstrate, in writing, how the opportunity will further growth in their chosen discipline and as a professional in their field. Funding for this opportunity comes from the GSO operating budget for the fiscal year (July-June). Limited funds are available and are awarded in two categories: Research and Travel. Learn more about grants and the submission guidelines here.
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