Graduate Studies E-Newsletters
In an effort to create the best possible learning environment for our students, faculty, and staff, Graduate Studies produces and disseminates a series of email newsletters for the UC Davis graduate community.
GradLink is a monthly e-newsletter publication for the UC Davis graduate education community. It includes news, announcements, updates, and other information that impacts graduate students and postdoctoral scholars at UC Davis.
Submission Details and Guidelines
Graduate Studies publishes submissions on a space-available basis with priority given to campus units that serve graduate students and/or postdocs. All student groups are welcome to submit events, regardless of ideology, religious affiliation, etc. However, all student groups must be affiliated with a student organization that is registered through the Center for Student Involvement. Graduate Studies reserves the right to accept, reject, or edit all submissions for publication.
GradLink will not publish commercial advertisements or announcements, nor does will we accept items advocating candidates for off-campus elections.
GradLink is published the second Wednesday of each month, October through June, and includes events and announcements for the following month.
- Submission should be no longer than 150 words in length.
- Links to landing pages or registration pages are encouraged. No attachments, images or fliers, please!
- If your submission includes a number of events, the listing may be consolidated in the newsletter.
- Please submit all announcements, news items, and events to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 3:00 pm on the first Friday of the month. Deadlines and release dates are listed on the Graduate Studies calendar.
GradPathways, Graduate Studies' premiere professional development program, issues a weekly event digest designed to help graduate students and postdoctoral scholars succeed both at UC Davis and in their chosen career paths. The newsletter is sent to Graduate Program Coordinators each Tuesday and promotes the 150 professional development workshops, seminars, and panel discussions offered throughout the year.