Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee

2018 GPCC Symposium

Friday, February 2nd, 2018
9:00AM to 4:30pm
Harvard Gutman Conference Center
Cambridge, MA*

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Please note: If Harvard is closed due to severe weather on this date, the event will be canceled.

2018 Symposium Powerpoint Presentations:

1.Brian Koslowski

2.Unconsious Bias

3.Betsy Mayotte public service

4. Scams and Identity theft

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 9:00 AM President’s Welcome
 9:05-9:50 AM

Brian Koslowski:

Running on Empty- Avoiding Burnout/ Compassion Fatigue

 10:00-11:30 AM

Marguerite Fletcher:

The Impact of Unconscious Bias

Awareness Workshop

 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM Lunch on your own
1:00- 2:00 PM

Betsy Mayotte:

Understanding Public Service

Loan Forgiveness

 2:00- 3:00 PM

Timothy Depin:

Scams and Identity Theft

 3:00- 3:10 PM Break
 3:15- 4:00 PM Student Panel
 4:00- 4:15 PM Closing remarks

2018 Directions and Parking

Lunch Spots

 


Purpose

The mission of the Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee (GPCC) is two-fold:

  1. Provide support to the graduate and professional financial aid community to assist them in serving students; and
  2. Build and strengthen the network of graduate and professional financial aid administrators in Massachusetts.

Committee Links

Professional Organizations: A list of graduate and professional organizations

Financial Literacy Links

 

 

 

 


Archived Graduate Presentations

Presentations from past conferences and symposiums

2016 GPCC Symposium Presentation Slides: 

2016-2017 Objectives

  1. Make the GPCC a vital part of the professional life of members that serve graduate and professional students.
    1. Update the GPCC section of the MASFAA website to provide valuable resources and reference tools for graduate and professional aid administrators
    2. Write articles for the MASFAA newsletter concerning graduate and professional aid issues
    3. Compile an all-encompassing list of financial literacy resources targeting graduate and professional students.
  2. Provide professional development and training opportunities that meet the needs of our graduate and professional aid officers.
    1. Develop and deliver a one-day information session/symposium related to graduate and professional concerns
    2. Organize and present at least two sessions related to graduate and professional concerns at the MASFAA annual conference
    3. Explore spring training or networking opportunities
  3. Promote networking opportunities for graduate and professional aid administrators
    1. Research the possibility of creating a MASFAA listserv for members serving graduate and professional students
    2. Encourage networking during the MASFAA annual conference and the GPCC symposium

Annual Committee Reports

2016-2017 Graduate and Profession Concerns Committee Reports

2015-2016 Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee Reports

2014-2015 Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee Reports

2013-2014 Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee Reports

2012-2013 Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee Reports

2011-2012 Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee Reports

2010-2011 Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee Reports

 


Committee Members:

Ina Frye
Boston University | School of Social Work | Co-Chair
Thomas Hunt
Lasell College | Co-Chair
Brooke Barbieri
Merrimack College
Diana Beaudoin
Boston University | School of Law
Valeria Harris
Harvard Graduate School of Education

Ada Horne

Harvard T.H. Chan of Public Health

 Eric Krupski
New England Law | Boston
Kevin McNamara
MPOWER Financing
Emir Morais
Boston University | Medical Campus
Christine Padgett
Babson College
 Janet Turner
Boston University | Sargent College
 Maegan Wright
Simmons College