GSC Campus Liaisons
 
What is a GSC Campus Liaison?
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Campus Liaisons have a vital role with the Graduate Student Council.

In an attempt to meet the professional and academic needs of its students, the GSC has formed a network of graduate student liaisons to help bridge the communication between the growing community of emerging scholars and researchers. This position will allow you to assist with our programmatic efforts at AERA, but will additionally allow you to hold a leadership position at your university disseminating critical information to graduate students.
 
 
GSC Campus Liaison Commitments
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The roles and responsibilities of serving as a liaison include, but are not limited to, the following:

Primary Tasks:

  • Assist in GSC’s efforts to increase graduate student awareness of both AERA and GSC;
  • Disseminate information that is germane to the plight and progress of graduate students in e-mail or the most appropriate format;
  • Post flyers informing graduate students of AERA division related activities at the upcoming AERA meeting (Provided by the division graduate student representatives).

Secondary Tasks (Optional):

  • Serve as a host in the GSC’s hospitality suite during the annual AERA meeting;
  • Give presentations to your department highlighting AERA division activities and objectives.

If you would like to volunteer to become a liaison, please stay tuned as we are updating our database of previous and current GSC Campus Liasons.

 
 
Questions?
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If you have any questions regarding the role of a GSC Campus Liaison, please contact our GSC Community Leader, Kathryn P. Chapman
 
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