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Once you have submitted your new organization request through OrgSync you'll need to contact the student organizations office in Wood Center for a meeting regarding your club proposal. We are conveniently located in the Wood Center offices, available via phone at 474-1170, or by email at 

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The PGSA, a student-based departmental initiative, supports the welfare and success of graduate students by serving as a concentrated resource for information, by strengthening individual capacities via shared experience, and by facilitating communication amongst the graduate student body and the faculty for the recognition and promotion of their interests as relates to the department and the university. Performing functions such as the mentoring of incoming graduate students, preparation regarding courses, comprehensive exams and conferences, discussion of contractual issues, development of teaching assistants, and liaison with faculty insure the positive evolution and future success of the graduate student body.

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The Inu-Yupiaq Dance Group invites audience members to join them in a traditional dance at the 2009 SOAR Awards Ceremony.
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