Graduate Student Association

The GSA is physically closed.

Per the University and Governor's directive, the Graduate Student Association is now physically closed. Our office staff continues to work and provide services remotely. We will actively monitor emails and voicemail. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Meet the GSA

Learn more about the representatives from the across campus that make up the Graduate Student Association.

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Awards and recognition

The GSA gives approximately $60,000 in awards and scholarships to graduate students as well as provides travel awards and research recognition. 

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Need-based services

The GSA provides loans and scholarships and has donation programs available to assist students based on need. 

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Join a club

Get involved on campus and meet other graduate students who share your passion. Don't see a club you like? We can help you start a new one!

Graduate School news

Matteo Aureli, Mohammed Ben-Idris and Jamie Voyles-Ensor are panel presentation speakers.

What does it take to receive a National Science Foundation CAREER award?

The latest prestigious early-career awards will advance research in wildfire-smoke forecasting, battery performance and understanding brain function

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Early-career investigator in mechanical engineering wins prestigious fellowship in interdisciplinary research

Dr. Floris van Breugel studies insects for inspiration in designing robust and novel control systems for robots

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Graduate students help 4-H youth discover the excitement of science

Students in Nevada Biosciences Association lead experiments to encourage 4-H youth to pursue STEM