GPSG

Graduate and Professional Student Government

Officers 2013-2014

Representative

Jagan Kansal
jkkansal@iupui...

Representative

Leighe Lincoln
lemalinc@iupui...

Representative

Michael Maurer
mjmaurer@iupui...

Officers 2012-2013

Representative

Jagan Kansal

Representative

Sheila Mamandur

Representative

Chad Ward

Officers 2011-2012

Representative

Jessica Lee

Officers 2009-2010

Representative

Kevin Desai

Representative

Chia-Sui Kao

Representative

Brock Martin

Graduate and Professional Student Government: Eligibility and Selection

One student will be selected by the Medical Student Council to serve as GPSG Liaisons every other year.

Candidates eligible to become a GPSG representatives must be second year medical students and must be in good academic standing. The term for the GPSG Liaison begins in late spring of the current year and lasts for two years.

One or two candidates are chosen by the interview steering committee during Interview Day and presented by way of written recommendations to the MSC President and Vice-President. The President and Vice-President take the recommendations of the Interview Steering Committee into close consideration but assess all of the candidates for the position.

One or two candidates will be recommended by the President and Vice-President to the MSC. A second (or third) candidate will be recommended as an alternate in the rare event that a chosen candidate becomes delinquent at the position or can no longer fulfill its responsibilities for any reason.

Graduate and Professional Student Government: Entity Description

The Graduate and Professional Student Government is the primary liaison for the Medical Studen

Graduate and Professional Student Government: Student Responsibilities

The Graduate and Professional Student Government representative is responsible for keeping the Medical Student Council informed of proceedings and activities of the GPSG.

The Graduate and Professional Student Government representative for the School of Medicine also works with other representatives of the other graduate schools at IUPUI in legislative actions and the election of new Graduate and Professional Student Government officers.

Attendance at all GPSG meetings is paramount, otherwise, the School of Medicine will not receive its allotted portion of the student activity fee, nor will the voice of the School of Medicine be represented at GPSG meetings.  The student activity fee determines a large share of the Medical Student Council budge, a component of which may be utilized throughout the semester for Medical Student Council events and for emergency funding of Student Interest Group activities.

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