The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) is the student government for all Steinhardt graduate students. GSO seeks to provide activities and services which assist students in their graduate and post-graduate work. All graduate students enrolled in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development are automatically members of the GSO.
- To promote better communication among graduate students, faculty, and the administration.
- To develop programs of cultural, recreational, professional, and intellectual enrichment for graduate students.
- To provide activities and services which will assist students in their graduate and post-graduate work.
- To strengthen the Steinhardt community and bridge the relationships between academic programs through diverse programs.
Please take advantage of this space to provide GSO with any feedback you may have for us, concerns you may have as a Steinhardt Graduate student, ideas for future events, or questions you would like us to address. We are here to represent you, and your needs and concerns. Self-identifying information you submit via this web page (like name and email address) will be kept confidential. Your feedback is valuable to us and we thank you in advance for your involvement!
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GSO Resources and Information
Learn about what is going on within the Steinhardt community and let your voice be heard.
Meet the Graduate Student Organization Executive Board.
Ways to get involved with the Graduate Student Organization.
The GSO offers professional development funding on a competitive basis to help defray the cost of various professional activities related to graduate student studies.
Department Representatives are the link between the students in their department and the Graduate Student Organization.
Graduate Student Organization forms for clubs and departments and resources for all graduate students.
Please join us to witness the wide range of research being conducted by students from all degree levels at Steinhardt. There will be oral presentations, traditional poster presentations, and poster presentations with a multimedia component.