The Graduate and Professional Student Assembly ensures direct and continued involvement of graduate and professional school students in the governance of non-academic affairs of the University.

The GPSA brings together Cornell’s community of graduate and professional students to address non-academic issues of common concern. Drawing upon the strengths of its diverse community, the GPSA is responsible for setting and distributing the graduate student activity fee and representatives to University committees. The GPSA is composed of delegates from each graduate field and the professional schools and nineteen voting members, elected from the larger body of field representatives.

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  • James Adam Rowe

     James Adam Rowe
    James Adam Rowe President, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly

    jar569@cornell.edu

    James is a rising third-year J.D. candidate at Cornell Law School. James’s academic career includes degrees in political science, public administration, business administration, and law; while his professional experiences include service in the United States Marine Corps, as well as stints in investment banking and consulting. James aspires to pursue Ph.D. studies in political science at Cornell University.

  • Isabella Brooke Harnick

     Isabella Brooke Harnick
    Isabella Brooke Harnick Executive Vice President, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly; Voting Member - Masters Student At-Large Representative

    ibh9@cornell.edu

    Bella is an accelerated BS/MHA student in Cornell University’s Sloan Program in Healthcare Administration and is dedicated to thinking of innovative solutions in order to improve the U.S. healthcare system—with the goals of improving the patient experience and inspiring patient engagement at the very center. As a Human Ecology undergraduate student, she served as Co-President of the Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Council, working alongside Dean Rachel Dunifon to further the mission of the College. She is looking forward to serving the Cornell Community on a larger scale through the role of GPSA Executive Vice President and welcomes any inquiries and/or ideas on how we can best advocate for graduate students and make positive change on Cornell’s Campus.

  • Christine E Ohenewah

     Christine E Ohenewah
    Christine E Ohenewah Vice President for Internal Operations, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly; Voting Member - Cornell Law School Representative

    ceo63@cornell.edu

  • Vacant Position - Vice President for Communications, GPSA

  • Amanda Faith Levine

     Amanda Faith Levine
    Amanda Faith Levine Interim Vice President for Strategy, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly

    afl39@cornell.edu

  • Vacant Position - Counsel, GPSA

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05/03/2021 5:30pm
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Graduate and Professional Student Assembly GPCI Ad Hoc Committee

The Graduate and Professional Community Initiative (GPCI) is a needs assessment and strategic planning document for the Graduate and Professional community. This ad hoc committee reviews the current GPCI and develops a new document every five years.

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Graduate and Professional Student Assembly Diversity and International Students Committee

Connects and advocates specifically for international graduate students and graduate students from diverse backgrounds.

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Graduate and Professional Student Assembly Communications Committee

The Communications Committee maintains the accessible flow of information from the GPSA to the graduate and professional student body and the Cornell community.

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