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.
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.
Working with University Administration: Communicating an Effective Agenda MU Graduate Professional Council presents the second workshop of its Professional Development Series this semester! Dr. Leona Rubin, Associate Vice-Chancellor for Graduate Studies, and Mr. Kristofferson Culmer, former GPC President will present on their experiences and advice in creating effective relationships between administration and campus interests. Presentations […]
POST, TWEET, or MESSAGE your Members of Congress and Congressional Candidates on the 15th about how graduate-professional student loans have affected you. Include #GradsHaveDebt2 in your messages. HELP spread the word! Invite your friends!
A message from the University of Missouri System: Close the Innovation Deficit is an effort by leaders of the business, higher education, scientific, and high-tech manufacturing communities who are concerned about cuts and stagnating federal investments in research and higher education at a time when other nations are pouring resources into these areas.