Graduate Student Association (GSA)
The primary goal of the Graduate Student Association for the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services is to provide information, build community, and provide a voice to the entire graduate students enrolled within the college of CECH. We are allotted an annual fixed budget from the Graduate Student Governing Association (GSGA) to sponsor conferences, host guest speakers, and hold social functions for the graduate students within CECH.
The primary goals of the CECH-GSA are to:
- Build a community of graduate students in the college
- Give all graduate students a voice in the college
- Provide information to graduate students
GSGA (Graduate Student Governance Association)
GSGA is an organization run by graduate students for graduate students that serves as the executive board for the Graduate Student Assembly, which is comprised of representatives from each Graduate Student Association.
CSI (Center for Student Involvement)
UC students who want to be involved while attending the University of Cincinnati. Their mission is guiding purposeful student engagement, fostering a sense of community, providing opportunities for student growth and leadership development. They intend to build the leadership skills of UC students to make them better citizens.
CECH GSA Executive Board
President - Tiffany Berman, Doctoral Student and Graduate Assistant, School of Education
Treasurer - Catherine Moeller, Doctoral Student and Graduate Assistant, School of Criminal Justice
Distance Learning Representative - Tajha Laflore, School of Education
Special Committee Chair - Kruti S. Chaliawala, Graduate Assistant, School of Human Services
Tiffany Nicole Berman
Graduate Assistant, CECH Graduate Programs-Education
Catherine Marliese Driver
Graduate Assistant, CECH Criminal Justice
Tajha C Laflore
Kruti Sureshchandra Chaliawala
Graduate Assistant, CECH Human Services
CECH GSA Contact Information
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