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Graduate Community of Scholars 2024

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Dinner & Dialogue, 2022. Photo courtesy of Richard Badillo
The Graduate and Professional School and the Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG) annually host Graduate Community of Scholars programming to bring our community together in recognition and celebration of the invaluable contributions, impact and value of graduate and professional students at Texas A&M. Graduate Community of Scholars (GCoS) events take place each spring during or around Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week (typically the first week of April).
 

Spring 2024 Theme

Each year, GCoS centers on a theme that we feel is important to -- and resonates with -- the graduate and professional community. Our theme this year, Living with Integrity: Aligning Values and Actions, focuses on the Aggie Core Value of Integrity.

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Dinner & Dialogue in the MSC Bethancourt Ballroom, 2022. Photo courtesy of Richard Badillo
Aggie graduate and professional students embody integrity, striving to align inner values with external actions. Though not always the easiest, practicing integrity can be most rewarding path, enabling us to reach our full potential, feel fulfilled, inspire and earn the trust of others. 

For this year's Graduate Community of Scholars events, we want to encourage this kind of integrity and honor those Aggie graduate and professional students who exemplify it.  

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Events

We're excited to announce and host a slate of events during and around National Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week (April 1-5).

 

Dinner and Dialogue

Wednesday, April 10, 2024, 6 - 8 p.m. in the Memorial Student Center's Bethancourt Ballroom (MSC 2300).

Dinner & Dialogue brings our graduate community together for a night of great food and rich conversation centered on this year's theme: Living with Integrity: Aligning Values and Actions.

This formal event will feature a three course meal, a keynote speaker and student panel of "Unsung Heroes" who stand out in our community for demonstrating integrity on a consistent basis or in an extraordinary circumstance. Each table will have at least one faculty or staff "table host," who will lead conversation with students.  

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Meet Unsung Hero Awardees from Previous Years

 
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Dr. Felipe Hinojosa (Keynote Speaker and Moderator), and student panelists Haley Burke, Sarea Recalde Phillips, and Mariana Rodriguez (pictured l to r). Photo courtesy of Richard Badillo
 


Breakfast Tacos

Tuesday, April 2, 7:45 - 10:00 a.m., at Nagle Hall

Get your day started right! Stop by the Graduate and Professional School home in Nagle Hall for free breakfast tacos. 

Registration link coming soon!

 


Graduate Community Fun Night 

Wednesday, April 3, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., Academic Plaza in front of Nagle Hall

Join our graduate community of students, faculty, and staff for food & drink (cheese or pepperoni pizza rolls, snacks and other treats), games and fellowship. Family and friends are welcome! Paid parking is available in the University Center Garage and the Gene Stallings Boulevard Garage. Holders of any Texas A&M parking permit may park after 5:00 p.m. in unrestricted/unnumbered spaces in most lots except lots 30, 40, 72, 99 and 122. See the campus parking map

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