New Graduate and Professional Student Association, with Inaugural Events on Sept. 1 and 6

This message is from De’Awn Bunch, of the Division of Student Affairs. The new GPSA is planning a grad student tailgate (Sept. 1) and reception (Sept. 6).  Please pass this invitation along to all potentially interested graduate students.

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In an effort to connect the students within the University’s graduate and professional programs, the Division of Student Affairs has organized the Graduate and Professional Association. The Graduate and Professional Student Association at the University of Houston will aim to provide a community that allows graduate and professional students to collaborate in order to enhance graduate student academic and social student life experiences.

Our goals are to:
* Provide a social network and support group for graduate and professional students
* Connect graduate students with resources and support services
* Build and maintain relationships among graduate students, faculty, and administration at UH
* Foster an environment in which graduate students can freely express their ideas and opinions on current academic and institutional matters
* Provide opportunities for professional development through workshops and seminars

We have planned two events for September and would greatly appreciate you circulating the electronic invite below to any graduate and professional students you may know. Students may RSVP online at www.uh.edu/gpsa. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Best regards,

De’Awn Bunch
Marketing and Communications Manager
Division of Student Affairs
dnbunch@central.uh.edu
http://www.uh.edu/dsa

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