Lunch with the Vice Provost for Graduate Programs!

Dear Graduate Student,

The USC Graduate School’s Vice Provost for Graduate Programs, Sally Pratt invites you to attend one of the four Fall 2016 Graduate Student Luncheons.  These events serve as an opportunity to create an inclusive community for graduate students from both the University Park Campus and the Health Science Campus. You have the opportunity to talk with the Vice Provost about a variety of graduate and professional student topics that range from Diversity, Inclusion, and Access to International Student experiences to Academic Professional Development; including your own concerns and discussion items. Vice Provost Pratt is interested in hearing your news, updates, and concerns as well as what you think the USC Graduate School does well and what it can improve upon and how.

The event is open to all USC Graduate Students, and attendance will be limited to 20 Graduate Students per luncheon. Since space is limited, please remember that your RSVP does not guarantee you a seat at the luncheon. The exact location of each luncheon will be communicated through a confirmation email sent to the first 20 students, per event, who have expressed interest in the particular meeting date.
The menu for these events consists of salads, sandwiches, beverages, and dessert.

Below are the luncheon dates, and times (lunch location TBD):

University Park Campus – Monday, October 10th12:00pm – 1:30pm

University Park Campus – Wednesday, October 12th12:00pm – 1:30pm

University Park Campus – Monday, October 17th12:00pm – 1:30pm

Health Science Campus – Tuesday, November 1st12:00pm – 1:30pm


Reserve your space today: Graduate Student Luncheon with Vice Provost Sally Pratt


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