2020-21 Events

Get Involved! Virtual Registered Campus Organization Fair
Tuesday, October 6, 5:30-7 p.m., UCSF Group Portal, goups.ucsf.edu
Kick off the Fall quarter with a virtual stroll through the annual RCO Fair! Student groups cover a broad range of interests, including educational, social, cultural, artistic, recreational, political and spiritual. During the virtual fair, you will be able to visit different student group “booths” to chat with current members and learn more about the group’s activities.

Students who RSVP and attend the fair will be entered for a chance to win: 

  • UCSF Jacket ($80)
  • UBER Gift Card ($50)
  • Starbucks Gift Card ($25)

We hope you join us on October 6!

Calling All Pet Parents! Pets on Zoom
Friday, December 18, 5-6 p.m., Registration & Zoom Link
2020 stressing you out? Relax with some free pet therapy brought to you by your very own UCSF classmates! On Friday, December 18, GPSA will be hosting a Zoom where students can show off their pets to the student body and respond to comments and questions from the chat! If you are interested in showcasing your pet, please fill out the survey by the end of Thursday, December 17. Presenters will be allotted 3-5 minutes to showcase their pet.
Fourth Annual Student Leadership Forum on Diversity and Inclusion
Thursday, February 18, noon-1:30 p.m., RSVP for Zoom Link [replay]
Join student leaders for a discussion on the state of UCSF regarding data and support for marginalized groups, allyship, institution-wide policy, and inclusive curriculum. This forum is designed to bring UCSF together to address issues of discrimination and harassment across all levels of the campus community and construct initiatives for change.
2021 Last Lecture with Dr. Peter Chin-Hong
Tuesday, April 6 5:30 p.m., Online, Registration
The students have spoken, and hundreds voted for Dr. Peter Chin-Hong to deliver the Last Lecture. Dr. Chin-Hong will deliver a lecture on the prompt, "If you had but one lecture to give, what would you say?” This interprofessional event will bring out stories intertwining various dimensions of Dr. Chin-Hong’s professional, personal, spiritual, and cultural experiences that have brought him to UCSF today.