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Central Group on Student Affairs (CGSA)

The Central Group on Student Affairs (CGSA) encourages communication among members of the Group on Student Affairs (GSA) in the Central Region and provides a forum for discussion of matters to be acted upon at national GSA meetings. The activities of the CGSA shall be consistent with the GSA mission to advance medical education, and shall be responsive to the unique needs, problems, and resources of the Central Region.

2019 CGSA Travel Award

The CGSA Travel Fund has been created to support two staff members to a National Conference and three staff members to a Regional Conference who, otherwise, would not have the opportunity to attend. The award will reimburse each recipient up to $2,000 of national conference-related expenses or up to $1000 of regional conference-related expenses. Funds will be distributed as budget allows. Eligibility and other important information about the CGSA Travel Fund can be found in the application.

CGSA Travel Award Application
If you have any questions, please contact Jill Volk, Executive Secretary/Treasurer

Register Today!

We’re thrilled to announce that Registration for the 2019 Central and Southern GSA and OSR regional meeting in Louisville, KY, April 12-14, 2019 is OPEN!
Make sure to join us in April for this powerful experience!
Please visit this site to register

Meeting Website:
The meeting website is now active (except for the registration site) and you can review the agenda and find information about making reservations at the Omni Louisville Hotel by visiting the meeting website by visiting:

Please note that this weekend is also the Thunder Over Louisville Festival (Saturday, April 13), so it would be best for you to make reservations now.

Colleagues and Content:
When at the website, be sure to check out the agenda and descriptions of the accepted programs and posters. We had an incredibly strong pool of proposals and as a result have assembled a program that is sure to provide thought provoking ideas and powerful pragmatic strategies. Further, by combining the Southern and Central regions for this meeting, we’ll have one of the largest regional meetings that brings together an unparalleled level of expertise. As such, you’ll have the opportunity to reconnect with friends and colleagues as well as meet new thought partners.

Fun in Louisville:
We expect this meeting to be very popular because of the content as well as the venue. Louisville is right on the border between the Southern and Central regions, but has a lot of Southern charm. It is home to the Louisville Slugger baseball bat factory and museum, the Muhammad Ali Center, Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby, and of course several bourbon distilleries. Also, the weekend that we’re visiting, Louisville will play host to the largest fireworks display in North America ( Still not sold? Check out more of what Louisville has to offer:

We look forward to seeing you in April!
Joanne Lynn MD
Central Region Vice-Chair

Dave McIntosh PhD
Southern Region Vice-Chair