Events

Llama Day
Thursday, May 30, Noon-2:30 p.m., Koret Quad, Mission Bay
Back by popular demand! Come to Koret Quad to de-stress from exams, research, and life in general by cuddling with a llama!! Must show UCSF student ID when checking in. [RSVP]

Massage Therapy
Thursday, May 30, 1-5 p.m., Student Lounge, Genentech Hall 2nd Floor, Mission Bay
Feeling stressed? Need a massage? GPSA will be hosting massage therapists who will be offering FREE 10-15 minute chair massages! Massages will be given on a first come, first served basis, so don't forget to stop by! [RSVP]

 

Past Events

 

Get Involved! Registered Campus Organization Fair
Tuesday, October 2, Noon-1 p.m., Millberry Union Conference Center
Consider joining or forming an Registered Campus Organization (RCO) as a great investment of your out-of-classroom time. These organizations cover a broad range of interests, including educational, social, cultural, artistic, recreational, political and spiritual. The RCO Fair is the place to meet and connect with UCSF students outside of your academic program while enjoying some pizza. RSVP.

Dessert and Democracy
Tuesday, November 6-Wednesday, November 7, noon-4 p.m., Mission Hall, 1300, Mission Bay and Student Success Center, MU-100w, Parnassus
Get out and vote on November 6! Then stop by and pick-up a cupcake. Just flash your voting sticker and enjoy a sweet treat.

GPSA Coffee Hour
Tuesday, December 4, 2-3 p.m., Genentech Hall Atrium
Thursday, December 6, 8:45-10:15 a.m., Saunders Court
Come meet your GPSA student assembly members, learn more about upcoming events, and find out more about getting involved with student life on campus. Coffee and tea provided!

UC Student Regent Informational Dinner
Thursday, January 17, 5-6 p.m., Millberry Union Conference Center
Join the GPSA for a UC student regent dinner presentation on Thursday, January 17 at 5 p.m., in the Millberry Union Conference Center. This is your chance to hear from UC student regent Devon Graves and student regent designate Hayley Weddle regarding their application experience and to discuss ways in which the student regent could better advocate for you. RSVP by January 14.

Second Annual Student Leadership Forum on Diversity and Inclusion
Thursday, January 31, noon-1:30 p.m., Cole Hall
Join UCSF's Student Leaders in 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. Lunch with RSVP.

GPSA Presents: The 8th Annual UCSF Formal
Saturday, February 2, 9 p.m-1 a.m., Bently Reserve
Join the Graduate & Professional Student Association for the annual semi-formal all school gala at a new location and enjoy a night filled with dancing, sweet & savory crepes, casino games, and photo booths! Ticket sales end on January 22.

GPSA and ASGD Trivia Night
Wednesday, February 20, 6-8 p.m., Oda, Mission Bay
Come show off your obscure knowledge and engage in some friendly competition. Light snacks and Happy Hour specials provided! Sign-up as a team or as a free agent!

Massage Therapy
Wednesday, March 6, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Millberry Union Conference Center, Parnassus
Feeling stressed? Need a massage? GPSA will be hosting massage therapists who will be offering FREE 10-15 minute chair massages! Massages will be given on a first come, first served basis, so don't forget to stop by!

Welcome Back Breakfast
Monday, April 8, 8-10 a.m., Nursing Mezzanine, Parnassus
Tuesday, April 9, 9-11 a.m., Genentech Hall Atrium, Mission Bay

Join GPSA for breakfast! Come learn more about who we are and what we do. Please bring your UCSF student ID to event.

2019 Last Lecture
Wednesday, April 17, 5:30 p.m., Cole Hall, Parnassus
The students have spoken and hundreds voted for David Wofsy, MD to deliver the eighth annual Last Lecture. The Last Lecture features a UCSF faculty member nominated and selected by students to answer one question: "If you had but one lecture to give, what would you say?" Such a lecture series is prominent on many college campuses, made especially famous by Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon professor whose lecture ironically was his last lecture having just been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer.