The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) represents FAU's graduate and professional student population. We advocate for the interests of graduate and professional students University-wide and strive to enrich their experiences.
GPSA provides and advocates for:
We act as a conduit for the resolution of the needs and concerns unique to FAU graduate and professional students by coordinating our efforts with the Graduate College, Student Government, University administration, faculty from individual colleges, and the external community. We also allocate and manage funding for graduate and professional student organizations events and activities.
The GPSA is comprised of three campus based councils with oversight from the GPSA Board. The Boca Raton GPSA, Broward GPSA and Northern GPSA work on campus-based issues while coordinating events and activities for their respective graduate student populations. For additional information about the programing we do, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The GPSA Office in located in Room 234, Boca Raton Student Union. It boasts a small graduate and professional resources library such as test preparation guidebooks, interviewing tips, dissertation support, financial advice, and more. Promotional items are in as well! Stop by the GPSA office to pick up some great items, free, just for graduate and professional students.
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Nominations should be completed online by October 31st, 2014 at 5pm. Please refer to specific award announcements for eligibility rules.
Finalist will be contacted no later than November 7th, 2014. The winners will be announced at the Owl Awards Ceremony on November 21sr, 2014. Any questions regarding the awards and/or selection process should be directed to the Graduate & Professional Student Association (email@example.com).
The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding graduate and professional students at Florida Atlantic University who have excelled as student leaders.
The Year award recognizes the organization that displays overall excellence and whose goals assisted in the enrichment and service to the FAU community.
The award recognize faculty who have demonstrated excellence in advising in the FAU graduate and professional community.
The Advisor of the Year Award is given to a student club/organization advisor that exemplifies the qualities of a positive role model, providing support and encouragement, in addition to helping students with event planning.
The Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year Award recognizes annually the accomplishments of TAs who have demonstrated unusual excellence and creativity in their teaching and commitment to student learning.
This award recognized a student who has excelled in supporting students and services at FAU in their capacity as a GA.
This award recognizes graduate or professional students who have exhibited exemplary service and outstanding volunteerism.
This award is focused on students who have distinguished themselves in research.