Graduate Professional Student Congress to Host Graduate Social Mixer

Graduate Professional Student Congress to Host Graduate Social Mixer
Stefanie Mckoy

To welcome new and returning graduate students, the Graduate Professional Student Congress will host a graduate student mixer from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, in the Gearhart Hall Graduate Student Lounge, room 206, directly after the end of TA Bootcamp.

Goals of the Graduate Professional Student Congress are to increase student engagement, introduce and provide graduate student support resources, and allow organic networking in a social environment to promote collaboration and build support systems for graduate students. Particular dietary restrictions/accommodations will be observed. 

This social mixer is a casual event designed to build friendships through conversation and food. 


Stefanie Mckoy, secretary
Graduate Professional Student Congress


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