The Liberman Graduate Center

Located on the THIRD FLOOR of the DANFORTH UNIVERSITY CENTER   

SUITE 300

Hours

MONDAY to FRIDAY 9 AM TO 5 PM

CALENDAR | The Liberman Center will be closed: July 30 - August 17, 2018

Contact

gradcenter@wustl.edu | 314-935-3923 Campus Box 1186
 

Peer Mentoring

HANDBOOK | REIMBURSEMENT

Online Payments

An online payment option for graduate students to pay for select student group sponsored events and membership dues.

ELECTRONIC PAYMENT INFO

 

The Liberman Graduate Center is a dedicated space for graduate and professional students to meet, connect & engage. 

 

A PLACE TO BELONG

The Liberman Graduate Center is home to a variety of academic, professional, and social functions for graduate and professional students. The Liberman Center encourages students to foster a sense of interdisciplinarity and develop social and intellectual communities among their peers.  The Graduate School, University offices, graduate student groups, and students, host programs in the meeting spaces of the Graduate Center. Programming involves topics such as graduate student professional development; graduate student groups and graduate student leadership; new student orientation, interdisciplinary, academic & personal development.

 
 

Programming for Graduate Students

ACADEMIC

Learn the art of communication, in order to bring your individual or team objectives to fruition. Communication Programming Includes | 3MT, The Perfect Pitch, Dissertation After Dark

Explore Academic Programs

LEADERSHIP

Influential leaders know how to optimize their strengths, manage limitations, and serve as a key asset to their team. Leadership Programming Includes | Leadership Seminar Series, Leadership Development Initiative, Leadership Awards

Explore Leadership Programs

PERSONAL

Solidify a personal or team mission, and explore opportunities that assist in actualizing that vision. Strategy Programming Includes | Peer Mentoring, Reading Groups, International Peer Mentoring

Explore Strategy & Goal Setting Programs

PROFESSIONAL

Develop the skills needed to navigate work, careers, and networking. Professional Programming Includes | Dine & Dialogue, LGC Advisory Committee

Explore Professional Programs

Graduate Student Leadership

Washington University in St. Louis has a strong tradition of graduate student involvement and leadership, making sure Graduate students are represented at virtually every level of the decision-making process affecting graduate student life: departmental and school committees, university standing committees, and graduate student representation on the university's Board of Trustees.

 

We also provide numerous opportunities for graduate students to get involved and develop their leadership skills through school-based, mulitdisciplinary, and university-wide registered graduate student groups. The Liberman Graduate Center is "home base" for WashU's university-wide graduate student groups. We encourage student leadership and help you build a network based on academic, leadership, and professional interests. We are also available for advising, administrative support, and priority space-use to all registered university-wide graduate student groups.

 

LIST OF REGISTERED STUDENT GROUPS