Each Fall and Spring semester, GPC distributes more than $50,000 in travel awards to individuals traveling to conferences to present their work. To learn how to apply for these awards, visit Funding: Travel Awards
GPC has hosted RCAF for more than 30 years as a way for students to showcase research or creative activities, and gain experience discussing their work. Professors from across the state and within the MU community rate and give feedback on student presentations, with cash prizes available for exceptional presentations.
Established in 1994 by GPC, Rollins Society recognizes graduate and professional students who have significantly advanced the well-being of self-defined communities beyond the scope of their academic work. The society taps a select group of graduate and professional students whose public service affirms the society’s watchwords of Duty, Faithfulness, and Leadership.
The 2014 GPC Research and Creative Arts Forum (or RCAF for short) application is now up! You can find it here:
RCAF is a great way for students to showcase research or creative activities, and gain experience discussing their work. Professors from across the state and within the MU community rate and give feedback on student presentations, with cash prizes available for exceptional presentations. RCAF takes place every March.If you would like to read more about what RCAF is please visit the RCAF page here:
For every $1.00 the government loans graduate and professional students, we pay back $1.40. This in spite of the fact that graduate and professional students are 3x less likely to default on their student loans.
Tell Congress that graduate debt is a problem!
Nationwide Call Congress Day
Wednesday, December 4th
MU Student Center 2205
Take a 10 min break on GPC. We’ll provide the bagels, coffee, and sample script. All you have to do is make the call. We hope to see you there!
Make sure to “Like” GradsHaveDebt2 and share how graduate-professional student loan have affected you on the Facebook page.
The University of Missouri is Looking for a new technology coordinator for January 2014 to August 2014. This is a paid position. All graduate, professional, and post baccalaureate students at the University of Missouri are encouraged to fill out the online application. The one caveat for the position is that you would physically have to […]