Attend our 2016 Sponsored Programs

Supporting Graduate Students: Yes, You Can Use Student Development Theory – March 7, 11:30am

The Stevens American Graduate Experience: Introduction, Immersion and Inclusion – March 8, 12:30pm

Does the Battle Continue? Creating Partnerships with Academic Affairs – March 8, 5:00pm

Translating Title IX and Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students – March 9, 8:30am

Providing Student Services to Graduate and Professional Students: “We Have Needs, Too.” – March 9, 9:45am

Visit with the Directorate and other CGPSA colleagues

CelebrACPA: Sunday, March 6, 8:00-9:00 pm, Palais - 710A

CGPSA Reception: Monday, March 7, 7:30-8:30, Le Westin - Le Moyne

CGPSA Open Business Meeting: Tuesday, March 8, 2:00-3:00 pm, Palais – 520B

Are you a student affairs professional working with graduate or professional students? Or are you interested in student affairs work with graduate or professional students? Come to the open meeting to learn about this commission serving professionals working with graduate and professional students. We will discuss the mission of the group, the needs of our membership and make plans for the next year.

Sponsored Program Reviewers: Thank you!

Thank you to those of you who served as Sponsored Program Reviewers for 2016 Convention!

Missed out this year? We'll need your help again next year! For those of you interested in participating a bit more in the Commission for Graduate and Professional Student Affairs, reviewing programs for the annual Convention (and specifically for our commission) is a great way to do that. There is a minimal time commitment (as you will be asked to review probably 3-6 programs and provide feedback), but your input is essential. Please also consider submitted a Sponsored Program for convention. If you have questions about Sponsored Programs, please contact the Sponsored Programs co-chairs Nicholas Stroup at nstroup@gmu.edu or Alena Hampton at achampton@vcu.edu

Previous Sponsored Programs

2015 Annual Convention in Tampa

  • Navigating Careers in Graduate and Professional Student Affairs
  • From Soldier to Security Analyst: Supporting Professional Students Changing Careers

2014 Annual Convention in Indianapolis

  • Graduate School Orientation for the On-Campus and Distant Student
  • Holistic Graduate Student Support: Reinventing the Framework for Success
  • Partnering to Reinvent Graduate Student Orientation

2013 Annual Convention in Las Vegas

  • Graduate Student Mental Health: Guiding Thoughts for Student Affairs Practitioners
  • Graduate Student Professional Development: Inspiring and Integrative Models of Success
  • Graduate Student Services and Programmatic Development
  • Growing Pains: The Evolution of a Graduate Student Orientation Program
  • Implementing a Contemplative "Lawyers in Balance" Practice for Law Students