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The Graduate School Alumni Association (GSAA) is the alumni organization for the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Its purpose is to represent and advance the interests of GSAS alumni, to promote scholarship and research at the graduate level, and to encourage interaction and communication among GSAS alumni with the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The GSAA is governed by a Council of 42 GSAS alumni/ae, with Donald R. Van Deventer, PhD '77 business economics, serving as chair. There is no fee to be a member of the Graduate School Alumni Association andall former GSAS students, visiting fellows, junior fellows, or special students are automatically members.
Under the auspices of the GSAA, yearly events such as Alumni Weekend and Career Options Panels are organized in Cambridge. GSAA Chapters sponsor or co-sponsor numerous local events throughout the year and around the world. The GSAA medals committee is responsible for nominating individuals to receive the Centennial Medal each year, the nominations are approved by the President and Fellows of Harvard College.
Colloquy, the GSAA quarterly magazine is mailed to all alumni and features articles about alumni, faculty, and graduate students. Information concerning alumni events and a report from the GSAS Dean are included. GSAS alumni are welcome to submit information for Alumni Notes and Alumni Book Notes. See Colloquy for more information.