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“Increasing Diversity in Higher Education” Conference Set for Oct. 11-13

By L. Alexis Young Friday, October 4, 2013

Cedona Watts, NBGSA Western Regional Representative, is helping to organize the conference.Photo by Lillian InsalataCedona Watts, NBGSA Western Regional Representative, is helping to organize the conference.

Join the USC Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) and the USC Black Graduate Student Network as they host a conference aimed at “Increasing Diversity in Higher Education.”

The 2013 National Black Graduate Student Association (NBGSA) Western Regional Conference will be held on October 11-13 at the USC Gould School of Law. Events for the weekend include a mixer at the home of USC Law Professor Jody Armour, a keynote address from USC alumnus and Compton Mayor Aja Brown, Princeton Review workshops and a session on “Engaging in Scholarship.” The conference, open to both undergraduate and graduate students, will also include information about admissions to the MBA, pharmacy, medical, law, public diplomacy, education, and sociology programs at USC.

To register for the conference and for more information please visit the CBCSA Website at sait.usc.edu/cbcsa/nbgsa.asp#!

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