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Sarah Campbell – Fall 2016

The GPSG travel grant provided much needed funding to travel to Columbus, OH for the Symposium on Indigenous Languages and Cultures of Latin America (ILCLA/STLILLA – https://clas.osu.edu/ilcla). This was my first opportunity to present material from my preliminary dissertation research at a conference and I received helpful feedback from a diverse audience of folklorists, anthropologists, indigenous rights activists, and teachers of indigenous languages. The […]

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Oliver Shao – Fall 2016

The Fall 2016 GPSG travel award enabled me to attend the 2016 Society for Ethnomusicology conference in Washington DC where I was able to raise my profile on the academic job market, to advance my intellectual development, and to strengthen my professional capacity to mobilize my research in matters of music […]


Josey Topolski – Fall 2016

As a graduate student, it is important to attend conferences to broaden my scientific horizons and further my professional development. The GPSG Travel Award has helped make my attendance at the Gordon Research Conference: Gaseous Ions affordable. -Josey Topolski

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Funding Opportunities (11/29/2016)

Greetings, In the email below, graduate students will find information about some upcoming funding opportunities for research and language study abroad for a variety of disciplines and countries, as well as potential funding for travel expenses. More fellowships can be found on the University Graduate School (UGS) website. 1.      Funding […]


University Graduate School Funding Opportunities

This message was sent to Graduate Office Staff and Directors of Graduate Studies. Please feel free to share with all relevant people. Greetings, In the email below, graduate students will find information about upcoming funding opportunities. Please pardon the lengthy email—there is a lot to share, and there are opportunities […]


Assembly Representative Responsibilities

GPSG Assembly Representative Responsibilities Our student government gets 100% of its strength our active and engaged student body. GPSG serves nearly 10,000 graduate and professional students by providing academic support, community, advocacy, and graduate resources. Assembly Representative: The GPSG Assembly represents the entire Indiana University Bloomington graduate student population. The […]


External Committees IU

The Graduate and Professional Student Goverment is looking for graduate students to sit on external Indiana University committees. These Committees have been created by the Bloomington Faculty Council. Committees are comprised of both elected BFC members and volunteer members from among the faculty, students, and staff. If you choose to sit […]


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Joint-Degree Tuition Evaluation Resolution 10/14/16

Microsoft Word – Proposed Joint Degree Tuition Review.docx   Joint-Degree Tuition Evaluation Whereas, Indiana University is renowned for high quality graduate and professional programs; Whereas, Indiana University’s large and diverse setting allows students to pursue liberal, interdisciplinary educations; Whereas, Indiana University’s Bicentennial Strategic Plan prioritizes affordable education and career preparation […]


Oct-Nov 2016 CITL Events for Graduate Students

Please share these announcements with your graduate students and invite them to participate. Registration (or application where appropriate) is requested: http://citl.indiana.edu/events/index.php.   Opportunities C. Moore Symposium Call for Proposals; Due November 6. Seeking proposals from faculty teaching at universities across Indiana for the 2017 E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in […]