Albers Graduate Student Association (AGSA) is a student-run organization committed to enriching the educational experience of graduate business students in the Albers School of Business. The goal of AGSA is to foster a strong sense of community among graduate students by encouraging networking between students, faculty, alumni, and members of the business community. We plan to achieve this through hosting community building events that add value to each student’s program.
AGSA Winter Social & Alumni Networking Event, March 2, 2017
What a great way to end winter quarter! We had over 70 members of the Albers community in attendance, including Albers alums, current grads, as well as Albers faculty and staff members. A special thanks to all the Albers grad alums who took the time to join us and share their valuable experience, making this a truly memorable event for all.
AGSA Midterms Week, February 1 & February 2, 2017
AGSA enjoyed supplying Albers grads with a much-needed stress reliever for two nights of midterms week. On the first night, students were able to spend their common break eating pizza and chatting with their peers. The following night, in collaboration with the Albers placement Center, AGSA provided students with a sugar boost as they enjoyed cookies & hot chocolate together.
AGSA Fall Social, November 17, 2016
Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate at our pre-Thanksgiving event. What a great turnout! In between the delicious food, drinks and the wonderful company of our Albers community, we all had a lot to be thankful for.
AGSA Common Break Week, Oct 25 – 27, 2016
AGSA enjoyed supplying a sugar boost to Albers grads during midterm’s week. What better way to spend the common break than eating cookies together?
AGSA Networking Happy Hour, 30 September
We kicked off Fall Quarter 2016 with a networking happy hour at Optimism Brewery. Albers grads, faculty, staff & alumni had a great time getting to know each other over pizza and beer.
AGSA Day of Service, May 7, 2016
We had fun along the Duwamish River as we worked together with EarthCorps uprooting invasive blackberries and spreading mulch around newly planted trees. Thanks to all the awesome volunteers that joined us as we served our community.