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UC Davis Women's Resources and Research Center
First Floor, North Hall // One Shields Ave. Davis, CA 95616
wrrc@ucdavis.edu // (530)752-3372
M-TH 9am-5pm & F 9am-4pm

graduate women resources

Campus

Asian Pacific Islander American Graduate Students at UC Davis

Contact: htr@ucdavis.edu

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Black Graduate and Professional Student Association

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Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)

Formerly known as the Teaching Resources Center (TRC), CETL provides teaching development opportunities for both faculty and graduate students and offers confidential teaching evaluation and consultation services for individual instructors and teaching assistants.

The CETL also administers the Freshman Seminar Program and an array of UCD instructional improvement grants and fellowships.

530-752-6050
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Graduate Academic Achievement & Advocacy Program (GAAAP)

GAAAP coordinators are responsible for providing support to existing graduate students of color and recruitment of and advocacy for undergraduate students of color interested in pursuing a graduate education.

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Graduate Ally Coalition (GAC)

GAC facilitates a process for graduate students to empower themselves and their colleagues to have a more successful and positive graduate school experience.

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Graduate Student Association

Contact: gsa@ucdavis.edu
Second Floor of South Silo
530-752-6108

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GSA Assembly

The Graduate Student Association is dedicated to advocating for graduate student interests, on this campus, throughout the state of California, and even at the national level.

530-752-6108
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Graduate Student Therapy Group: Healing through Connections

The Graduate Student Community Service Committee (GSCSC) is dedicated to encouraging graduate students to play an active role in their community through service.

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Graduate Women Thrive in Academia

GAAAP coordinators are responsible for providing support to existing graduate students of color and recruitment of and advocacy for undergraduate students of color interested in pursuing a graduate education.

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Law Student Association

The mission of the Law Students Association (LSA), UC Davis School of Law’s student government, is to increase the value of the legal education offered at King Hall.

LSA works toward improving student life, addressing student concerns, and acting as a liaison among the students and the faculty, administration, and alumni.

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Latino/a Graduate Student Association

LGSA seeks to promote the development and advancement of Latinos in higher education by providing resources and support to current graduate students. We seek to provide the best learning environment by building a community that celebrates our culture. We are advocates of campus diversity and seek to increase the number of students who are interested in pursuing higher education.

Contact: elecastillo@ucdavis.edu
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Ombuds Office

Provide professional conflict management consultation, education and services to faculty, staff and graduate students.

They can assist you with informally resolving problems with a colleague, supervisor or subordinate.

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Office of Graduate Studies

The mission of the Office of Graduate Studies is to advocate on behalf of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, to support the faculty and staff engaged in delivering graduate education, and to administer academic and administrative policies affecting graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in ways that foster a culturally and intellectually diverse environment characterized by high academic standards.

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Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association (SCAVMA)

The Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association at UC Davis provides funding for all university-registered veterinary school clubs, supplies monetary support for student travel associated with educational endeavors, and hosts information sessions on topics ranging from managing finances to finding internships and residencies.

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Transfer Reentry Veterans Center

Provides orientation, computer access and a study space for transfer, reentry, and veterans. Drop-in academic peer advising, Osher Reentry Scholarship program # Social networking, Referral through TRV Resource Network

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WRRC: Women’s Center Graduate Outreach Coordinator

Vanessa Niño-Tapia
750-752-3372
wrrc@ucdavis.edu

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Off-Campus

Microsoft Research Graduate Women's Scholarship

This is a one-year scholarship program for outstanding women graduate students and is designed to help increase the number of women pursuing a PhD.

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