In Spring 2015, the GPC General Assembly modified the GPC Bylaws to define “good standing” for a Represented Area, where a Represented Area is defined as any department, division, college or school with graduate or professional students.
For a Represented Area to remain in “good standing” with GPC, a Representative for the Represented Area, or a proxy, must attend the majority (at least 3 of 4) of GPC General Assembly (GA) Meetings each semester. Individuals within represented areas in “good standing” are eligible for 100% of travel grant funding; all others can only receive up to 50% of the maximum. Additionally, organizations wholly within a Represented Area that is not in “Good Standing” are not eligible for GPC group funding (co-programming).
At the end of each semester the GPC Secretary creates a report of the Represented Areas that attended the majority of GA Meetings, i.e., are in “good standing”, which are listed below. If you do not agree with your Represented Area’s “good standing” status you can appeal to the GPC Executive Board for a review.
To see if your Representative(s) are attending GA Meetings this semester, please see the General Assembly page. Attendance for previous semesters is also available on that page.
Departments in Good Standing after Spring 2018
- Ancient Mediterranean Studies
- Biological Engineering
- Biological Sciences
- Business Administration
- Computer Science
- Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
- Food Science
- Geological Sciences
- Health Administration
- Human Development & Family Studies
- Information Science & Learning Technologies
- Learning, Teaching, & Curriculum
- Medical School
- Medical Pharmacology & Physiology
- Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
- Natural Resources
- Occupational Therapy
- Pathobiology Area Program
- Personal Financial Planning
- Physics and Astronomy
- Political Science
- Psychological Sciences
- Public Affairs
- Textile & Apparel Management
- College of Veterinary Medicine