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Agricultural and Resource Economics Graduate Student Association (AREGSA)

The AREGSA represents the graduate students in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UCONN.

Anthropology Scholars Initiative (ASI)

This organization is inclusive of all specialties within the anthropology department and has a keen interest in engaging students and faculty from other departments who have a vested interest in related topics and methods.

Association of Graduate Economics Students (AGES) (AGES)

-The Association of Graduate Economics Students is the official representative body of graduate students in the Economics department.

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Graduate Student Association (CBE GSA)

The aim of this organization is to facilitate networking between graduate students in the department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering through social and academic events.

Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2018 (DPT 2018)

A group for members of the UCONN DPT class of 2018.

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Graduate Student Assn. of UConn (EEB-GSA)

Provides a forum in which all graduate students in the department are welcome to discuss any issues relevant to graduate school.

English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) (EGSA)

Represents English graduate students by serving on department committees, organizing professional development seminars and social activities, and acting as liaisons to the faculty with new and continuing issues.

Graduate Association for Literary Artists (GALA)

UCONN's Graduate Association for Literary Artists is dedicated to organizing creative writers from across the UCONN graduate community, hosting workshops and readings as well as developing resources for writers who wish to professionalize.

Graduate Organization of Latinx Students (GOLS)

Graduate Organization of Latino Students (GOLS) is a collective of Latinx graduate students who want a space to be themselves and embrace their culture. We are here to grow professionally by building our networks among undergraduates, other graduates, an

Graduate Organization: Molecular and Cell Biology (GO: MCB)

Graduate student organization of the Molecular and Cellular Biology department. We facilitate professional development of graduate students.

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