Call for Graduate Student Nominations
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CALL FOR COLLEGE OF EDUCATION GRADUATE STUDENT NOMINATIONS
The College of Education Graduate Student Organization (GSO) is Calling for Student Nominations for officers to the GSO Executive Board, College of Education Assembly (CEA) members, and College of Education Committee Representatives for the 2012–2013 academic year. Positions/terms will begin May 1, 2012.
Voting for members/representatives will begin April 19 and conclude April 27 at noon.
A Graduate Student Assembly will be held on April 26, 2012 in room 0212 from 3:15pm-4:00pm. All voting will take place through Survey Monkey.
GSO EXECUTIVE BOARD
Graduate students are deemed members of the CoE GSO by virtue of their enrollment in a program within the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park. To be considered for an officer position, you must be a student within COE, be continuously registered and enrolled throughout your term, and be in good standing.
Three graduate students will be elected from each of the three departments to be voting members of the CEA. To be considered for a voting position on the CoE Assembly, you must be a student within COE, be continuously registered and enrolled at least 50% of full–time throughout your term, and be in good standing. The CEA meets three times a year.
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES
Voting Eligibility<br> Four graduate students will be elected to serve as a graduate student representative on each of the following committees required by the College of Education:
CoE Senate – 1 Master’s and 1 Doctoral student (to be identified by the voting members of the CEA by May 1st)
Initial Teacher Certification Committee – 1 Master’s (prefer MEd cert student)
Graduate Education Committee – 1 doctoral student
To be considered for a committee representative, you must be a student within COE, be continuously registered and enrolled throughout your term, and be in good standing. The committees each meet once a month.
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