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  1. FEAST for Teaching

    The Graduate School’s "Free Eating Attracts Students & Teachers" ("FEAST") program allows faculty course supervisors and their teaching fellows or part time acting instructors to discuss teaching issues over lunch.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Student Life & Community
    • Teaching
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  2. Good Life Center

    The Good Life Center offers free wellness-focused programming for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Through evidence-backed programming on mindfulness, gratitude, social connection, exercise, sleep, acts of kindness, time in nature, play, and time affluence, the Good Life Center encourages students to slow down and figure out just what wellness means for them personally.

    • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
    • Health & Wellness
    • Student Life & Community
    • Office
  3. Graduate & Professional Student Senate (GPSS)

    The Graduate & Professional Student Senate (GPSS) engages students from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Yale's professional schools in community service; organizes social, academic, and professional events; and supports student groups. Senate members also represent graduate and professional students on official university committees.

    • Student Life & Community
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    • Office
  4. Graduate Student Assembly (GSA)

    The GSA is an elected body of graduate students that represent all PhD and Master's students in GSAS. The GSA works closely with Yale administrators, including the Dean of the Graduate School, to advocate for and improve graduate students' academic, social, and living experiences at Yale.

    • Student Life & Community
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    • Office
  5. Poorvu Center: Graduate Writing Lab

    The Poorvu Center’s Graduate Writing Lab supports Yale graduate students in all aspects of written, oral, and visual communication. You can discuss a draft with a GWL Fellow in a 1–1 writing consultation; write with other graduate students at an All Write or Retreat; or join a peer-review group to give and receive support as you make progress on your dissertation, prospectus, or fellowship application. The GWL also offers over 100 workshops per year and a suite of public speaking programs. Alongside these resources, the GWL strives to promote a culture among graduate students that centers writing as a process of developing, refining, and disseminating knowledge, nurtured within a supportive community of scholars.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Student Life & Community
    • Office