The Office of the Provost joins the School of Graduate Studies, the Graduate/Professional Student Experience Committee (GPSEC), the Graduate Student Senate (GSS) and the Graduate/Professional Council (GPC) in recognizing graduate and professional students’ intellectual, teaching and cultural contributions to the Case Western Reserve University community with Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week, March 21-25.
The week was started by the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students in 1993 to recognize the contributions of graduate teaching assistants. The focus expanded in 1995 to include the recognition of the contributions of all graduate and professional students.
The campus community is encouraged to recognize the graduate and professional students who are part of your departments, schools and college during the week of March 21-25. The efforts could include the following:
If you would like additional information, feel free to contact Graduate Studies at 368-4390 or email@example.com.
Posted by: Emily Mayock, March 15, 2011 09:25 AM | News Topics:
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