- UCSA Graduate Policy Journal
- Call for Members: Spring Travel Awards Committee
- Volunteer for the Walker Hall Graduate Student Workgroup
- Grad Student Grill: Honoring our Journeys
- Take Back the Night, April 21
- American Indian/Indigenous Pathway to Graduate School Event
- Yoga Class
- Zumba Class
- Movie Night, April 22
The Graduate Policy Journal is a project of the UC Student Association’s Graduate and Professional Student Committee. Read Volume One here. Graduate or Professional students interested in writing for Volume Two should upload their article or opinion piece using the Submit form before April 29, 2016. Contributors will be updated regarding their submission on May 13, 2016. Please direct questions to Graduate and Professional Student Advocacy Director Toni Gomez.
Volunteers are needed for the GSA Spring Travel Awards Committee. If you are interested in serving, email Patrick Dolan, email@example.com.
Take Back the Night is an annual event that aims to support survivors of sexual violence, raise awareness, and promote action within our community to end sexual and gender-based violence. The goal of this year’s event is to empower survivors to name their experience for themselves, on their own terms and in their own language. We strive to create a safe and welcoming space for individuals, both survivors and aspiring allies to survivors, to be critical of the systems in which sexual violence is rooted, and call to the forefront the different ways in which sexual violence is experienced within different communities.
Take Back the Night
Thursday, April 21st
UC Davis Student Community Center, Multipurpose Room
We are in search of individuals or groups who are interested in speaking or performing at Take Back the Night. Performances may include spoken poetry, monologues, dance, singing, playing an instrument, etc. Due to the time limitations of the event, we may not be able to accommodate every performance; priority in the selection of performers will be given to those who are connected to the UC Davis community, and whose performances reflect the overarching goals of Take Back the Night. Final decisions regarding performances will be made by April 18, 2016.
If you would like to perform at the event, please complete this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1byHNrDZnd2Fw7FQtXj8RdMaztRWEP-JbNJe-tmwbHsc/viewform
If you are a survivor and you would like to share your experience at the event, you may fill out the form above or you can email Jacquelyn Lira, CARE Victim Advocate, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- GradLink Newsletter, April 11–17
- Internship and Career Center Upcoming Events
- GradPathways Spring Events