Announcing an open informational forum on the Graduate & Professional Student Programming Board (GPSPB). This is your chance to find out more about the GPSPB, our mission, and our goals for the next few years. This is also a great opportunity to get involved in shaping programming on campus. Feel free to come with questions and/or suggestions!! Like all our events, this is open to the entire graduate and professional student community at Cornell.
When: Wednesday, April 20th, 2011, 5pm-6pm
Where: Uris Hall, Rm 202
Light refreshments will be provided.
The mission of the GPSPB is to improve the quality of social and wellness-oriented programming for graduate and professional students at Cornell University. In doing so, we seek to provide more social opportunities, build a greater sense of community, and help students find a healthy balance in their lives. The GPSPB will assume the functions currently assigned to the GPSA Events Committee as well as provide for new opportunities and responsibilities related to social programming for graduate and professional students. The GPSPB will apply to be a byline funded group starting in 2012 and will use money from the Graduate and Professional Student Activity fee to fund our events.
For more information, please visit: http://www.cornellgpsa.com/wp/?p=1183
You can also view of draft of the GPSPB’s Constitution here.
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