The Graduate and Postdoc Academic Success (GPAS) program assists Graduate School students and postdoctoral scholars in their academic and professional development during their time at Vanderbilt. This program was created to support students and postdocs through collaborative consultations and group programming around effective time and stress management, resilience, conflict resolution, navigating academic relationships, and juggling work/life responsibilities.
Graduate Students and Postdocs, consider contacting the GPAS, if you need:
- To discuss academic challenges and brainstorm strategies to move forward
- Strategies for better productivity and/or progress, including goal setting, time management and prioritizing
- Knowledge of and assistance accessing resources available to graduate students and postdocs on campus
- Assistance working through an issue with a colleague, advisor or supervisor
- Clarification concerning a university, departmental or program policy
- To explore the formal options available for addressing your concern
To schedule an appointment with GPAS staff:
If you are a VU graduate student or postdoc and would like to make an appointment with a GPAS staff member, please first review the Confidentiality & Consent form, then make an appointment (links below).
If you are scheduling a follow-up appointment and have already completed the Confidentiality & Consent form, please go ahead and scheduling via the links below.
You can meet 1:1 with any GPAS staff member in Alumni Hall, Eskind Biomedical Library, or via Zoom. Make an appointment using our online calendar tool, here: https://calendly.com/individual-consultation-in-person-or-zoom
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Have additional questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
To schedule a presentation by GPAS staff to your department, program, or organization:
See our "Programming" page for more information or to schedule a presentation.