Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) was created in 2001 with three specific goals:
- Address and represent the intellectual, social, and living needs of the community of graduate students at the National Institutes of Health.
- Foster the development of an interactive and stimulating student environment at NIH by creating a forum for needs to be discussed with the student body.
- Serve as a communication pathway by which students as a group may interact with the rest of the NIH community.
Today, the GSC coordinates and sponsors many events to enhance the training experience of the NIH graduate students. Read the information provided below to learn more about these activities and how you can participate.
- Career Development
- Community Service
- Public Relations
- Research Symposium
- Seminar Series
- Trainee Advisory Committee