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ECE-GSA at UC Davis

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Our Mission

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Association (ECE-GSA) is a student-run organization that aims to assist the student members in achieving a productive, enjoyable, and enriching experience during their stay at UC Davis. The ECE-GSA organizaes weekly coffee hours, mock exams for PhD prelims and QEs, barbecues, peer-mentoring sessions, and more.

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Welcome to New Students

Welcome to Davis! Whether you are joining physically or virtually, we are happy to have you as part of our community. As you are going through orientations and collecting seemingly endless information, rest assured that your department and GSA are committed to helping you have the most productive and enjoyable graduate school experience. 

Join our Zoom events to play games with your peers, discover ongoing research in the ECE department, and to hear faculty and alumni share their experiences. Take advantage of the various social and professional events we organize. This is your chance to stay connected! If you have any issues - informal or otherwise - please reach out. We will help you or point you to an appropriate resource.


Upcoming Events

  • Careers in Semiconductor
    Thu, Apr 06
    Student Community Center
    Apr 06, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
    Student Community Center, 397 Hutchison Dr, Davis, CA 95616, USA
    Speakers from the following companies: ADI, Tessolve, Intel, proteanTecs, Cadence, Keysight Technologies, Marvell, and Texas Instruments. Network with professionals in the industry and semiconductor ecosystem. Refreshments and swag!
  • Letters to a Prescientist - Outreach Program
    Time is TBD
    Location is TBD
    Interested in doing outreach to elementary and middle school students? Check out their program at this link http://https// and sign up for their newsletter to be notified when their application opens in the summer!

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