Graduate and Professional Student Congress DSO Elections for 2023-24

Graduate and Professional Student Congress DSO Elections for 2023-24
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The Graduate and Professional Student Congress is excited to announce 2023-24 Department Student Organization elections.

Opens: 9 a.m. today, Sept.19

Closes: 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21.   

You can vote via this link.

The following DSOs are participating in this year's election:  

  • Entomology and Plant Pathology, ENPL
  • Anthropology, ANTH
  • Cell & Molecular Biology, CEMB
  • Education Reform, EDRE
  • Physics, PHYS
  • Psychological Science, PSYC
  • Materials Science and Engineering, MSEN
  • Health, Human Performance and Recreation, HHPR
  • Biomedical Engineering, BMEG
  • Public Policy, PUBP 
  • Information systems, ISYS
  • Geosciences, GEOS
  • Materials Science and Engineering, MSEN
  • Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, CLCS
  • Poultry Science, POSC
  • Mechanical Engineering, MEEG
  • Mathematical Sciences, MASC
  • History, HIST
  • Agricultural Economics, AEAB
  • Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, CSES
  • Curriculum and Instruction, CIED
  • School of Art, ARTS
  • Civil Engineering, CVEG
  • Space and Planetary Sciences, SPAC
  • Agricultural Education, Communication and Technology, AECT
  • Finance, FINN
  • Food Science, FDSC
  • Philosophy, PHIL
  • Biological Sciences, BISC
  • Biological Engineering, BAEG

 We encourage you to participate and remind others to do so as well.

If you do not have a DSO, but would like to create one, please contact GPSC President Kolade Olatunde at or GPSC President Pro Tempore Olivia Kolenc at for more information. More information is available on the GPSC website,


Kolade Olatunde , president
Graduate Professional Student Congress

John Post, director of communications
Graduate School and International Education


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