The Office for Graduate Student Development and Diversity (OGSDD) Fellows Program aims to provide graduate students with the opportunity to work in partnership with the OGSDD to fulfill its mission:
The Office for Graduate Student Development and Diversity is committed to building a supportive and inclusive graduate school community where diverse students (including students of color, women, LGBTQ and other underrepresented groups) are supported in their professional, social, and intellectual goals and pursuits.
Why become an OGSDD Fellow?
You will have the opportunity to participate and contribute to university recruitment and retention efforts by way of active collaboration with other graduate students and the Associate Dean
You will develop peer support among underrepresented graduate students
You will be able to develop and/or hone professional skills related to goal setting, goal implementation and teamwork
For additional information, refer to the Fellows Program Application