- PSO Fellowship Program
- Leadership Academy
- New Faculty Tour
- Coffee & Community Meetings
- Service-Learning Fellows
- Facilitation Academy
The Public Service and Outreach (PSO) Graduate Assistantship Program provides UGA graduate students with expanded opportunities for engaging in research, and public service and outreach endeavors while contributing to UGA’s goal of enhancing graduate education.
The purpose of the PSO Graduate Assistantship Program is to increase the number of graduate assistantships in the PSO units, and to give UGA graduate students expanded opportunities for engaging in research, and public service and outreach endeavors.
PSO Graduate Assistantship opportunities are open to those students who are currently or will be enrolled in the Graduate School in a degree seeking status for the 2018-2019 academic year. A graduate student’s course of study and expertise should align with current programs and initiatives of PSO units.
To be considered by a PSO Unit for this assistantship program, Graduate Students must submit Application of Interest by Friday, March 9, 2018. See process below.
PSO Unit Directors
Proposals for requested assistantships must originate from a PSO unit director and include the following sections:
For the PSO Graduate Assistantship Program, funds to support a graduate assistantship in a PSO unit are managed by the Office of the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach in coordination with the PSO unit’s director and financial administrator.
For questions regarding submission of the Application of Interest, specifically the fit between your course of study/qualifications and PSO unit, review the PSO Unit web-site for its mission and programs and/or contact the PSO Unit representative.
For question regarding the overall process contact the Office of the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach at email@example.com (706) 542-6167.