GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines. Furthermore, reasonable procedures must be established to guarantee the fair and responsible representation of all graduate students.

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Pathways to Commercialization: How UCLA Startups Found Success

Date: Tue., June 7th, 2016
Time: 4 - 7 PM
Location: California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA

Pathways to Commercialization is hosted by the UCLA Office of Intellectual Property and Industry Sponsored Research (OIP-ISR), and sponsored byStubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP.
The event will center around a panel discussion of UCLA faculty startups that have reached some level of success on the path toward commercialization of their ideas.
The event is open to anyone interested in learning more about how UCLA is fostering a vibrant ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship.

Date: Tue., June 7th, 2016
Time: 4 - 7 PM
Location: California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA

Pathways to Commercialization is hosted by the UCLA Office of Intellectual Property and Industry Sponsored Research (OIP-ISR), and sponsored byStubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP.
The event will center around a panel discussion of UCLA faculty startups that have reached some level of success on the path toward commercialization of their ideas.
The event is open to anyone interested in learning more about how UCLA is fostering a vibrant ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship.

Date: Tue., June 7th, 2016
Time: 4 - 7 PM
Location: California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA

Pathways to Commercialization is hosted by the UCLA Office of Intellectual Property and Industry Sponsored Research (OIP-ISR), and sponsored byStubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP.
The event will center around a panel discussion of UCLA faculty startups that have reached some level of success on the path toward commercialization of their ideas.
The event is open to anyone interested in learning more about how UCLA is fostering a vibrant ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Graduate Events

Co-ordinates a variety of social, cultural, and recreational programs that foster interaction among UCLA graduate and professional students from diverse academic disciplines

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Melnitz Movies

Selects films for screenings and provides a venue opportunity for student groups who seek sponsorship of film-related events.

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Sustainable Resource Center

The UCLA Sustainable Resource Center has been established by the Graduate Student Association to promote sustainability through facilitating the provision of resources, information, and education to the graduate student body, campus and community

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Publications

Graduate student journals supported by GSA Publications are one of UCLA’s best-kept secrets and one of its most important assets in fostering new ways of thinking about scholarly communication.

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Graduate Student Resource Center

The GSRC is a resource, referral and information center for graduate students, offering programs and workshops on a variety of topics, drop-in advice and assistance, meeting and study space, and the opportunity for social interaction.

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Graduate Writing Center

The Graduate Writing Center (GWC) offers a variety of workshops and programs throughout the year The GWC offers FREE appointments with friendly, experienced writing consultants to all registered UCLA graduate and professional school students

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Graduate Student Orientation

This comprehensive orientation includes lunch, a resource fair, and workshops that provide information to ease students' transition into graduate school, introduces students to campus services and involvement opportunities, and shows just how much UCLA has to offer.

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Discretionary Fund

Supports educational and cultural events held primarily for graduate students that take place on campus. Can cover: food; equipment rental and set-up; facilities use charges; honoraria, travel expenses, and parking for performers and speakers; and flyers and other advertising for the event.

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Student Government Accounting is the office which handles all financial aspects of student government.

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Governing assembly of the Graduate Students Association, and comprises the representatives of the 13 Councils and 2 votes from the Student Interest Board. Forum is chaired by the GSA Vice President - Internal Affairs.

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These groups represent non-academic groups of students.

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Made up of the representatives of the various departmental graduate student associations in their respective domains.

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The Graduate Students Association (GSA) was established in 1936 to promote the interests of all graduate and professional students at UCLA. More than simply graduate student government, GSA is a student-run, ASUCLA-affiliated organization that sponsors a variety of social, academic, and community programs. Our representatives serve on several campus committees to give graduate and professional students a voice in administrative decisions. Our goal is to enrich and improve the entire graduate educational experience. For more information about our organization, and how you can get involved, please explore this website or stop by our office in Kerchkoff 316.

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