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.
Each month, the GPC General Assembly provides funding to events across campus that beneﬁt graduate and professional students. By increasing the visibility of these funding opportunities, GPC has set a record for both the number of organizations funded and the amount of funding provided.
The GPC Professional Development Series gives graduate and professional students the opportunity to build their professional networks, develop their academic portfolio, gain feedback on research, and more. The workshops and events that make up the Professional Development Series are led by faculty experts from Mizzou, as well as experts from beyond campus. Events are held […]
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Date of Event: April 25 2014 Time for Poster Competition: 11:00-12:15 PM Time for BBQ: 12:15-2:30 PM Last Date for Abstract Submission : April 23 2014 Email your request for participation to Avimanyou Vatsa at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: Full Name, Pawprint, Title, and Abstract. Ist Prize $200 2nd Prize $150 3rd Prize $100
A series of professional development seminars for graduate students will be offered throughout the semester. Topics include: LinkedIn: Optimize Your Profile to Get Noticed From CV to Resume: Looking for Jobs Outside of Academia Job Interviews: How to Prepare, What to Expect Competitive Résumés Cover Letters for Business, Industry, NonProfit & Government Jobs Job Search […]