Spring 2013 Office Hours
MODIFIED HOURS DURING FINALS WEEK
Wednesday 12:00 - 5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 - 5:00PM
Be it RESOLVED, that the Graduate Student Organization of the State University of New York at Stony Brook,
Condemn the University’s actions to leave the student body at large outside any decisions to increase fees,
Condemn the administration's lack of transparency regarding fee payments and expenditures,
Reject all fee increases, particularly ones that will not improve student services
Read whole resolution here .
Please take the time to answer this 5 minute GSO survey regarding Graduate Student use of services provided by the Technology fee. In order for the GSO to make compelling arguments for or against fee increases/allocations it is important to get a better understanding of what resources graduate students use on campus.
The Distinguished Travel Award is a special line of funding designated to support graduate students who present their work at prestigious conferences, performances and professional meetings that will contribute to and build the national and international reputation of their department and the University.
The Stony Brook Music Department’s inaugural Graduate Music Symposium, “Perspectives on Performance,” held February 11-12, 2011, was a huge success! This interdisciplinary event provided an opportunity for graduate students to present their work professionally in a scholarly environment. One of the highlights was Dr. Ellen Rosand’s (Yale University) keynote address, which was an hour in duration, followed by an insightful Q and A session.
The Tax Clinic session on Thursday, February 24th and Thursday, March 24th will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at Chapin Apartments.
Given the lack of transparency, the GSO Executive Council cannot justify the proposed fee
increases and adamantly opposes them. Repeated requests for the fee budgets have been made
since July 2010. The administration has promised transparency, but has not delivered. We have
even proposed to work together to compile the required information and design a plan to address
Read the full text here.
Be it RESOLVED, that the Graduate Student Organization of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, condemns the proposed Cuomo budget as a transparent manifestation of elite class warfare against poor, working-class, and middle-class New Yorkers;
Be it further RESOLVED, that the GSO rejects, as false, the notion that “there is no alternative” to resolving the state fiscal crisis;
Read the full text here.
The new meeting will be on Monday, February 7th from 10am-noon in SAC 227.