Building on previous events in this series, especially our conversation on inclusive mentoring, this panel will feature perspectives from USU graduate student leaders from across the university. Discussion will explore pressing issues in the graduate student experience through an intersectional lens and explore graduate students’ work as scholars, teachers, researchers, learners, activists, and more. Fellow graduate students, faculty, and staff will benefit from hearing this conversation, and will leave motivated to create a more inclusive and supported graduate student community at USU. Readings, resources, and campus connections to groups like the Graduate Students of Color Association, Black Student Union, Inclusion Center, and more will be shared with attendees.
graduate students, USU, voices, perspectives, leaders
Abulbasal, Rana; Alexander, Jamal-Jared; Wong, Elizabeth Grace; Hardiman, Amand; Chowdhury-Magaña, Niyonta; and Yan, Lili, "Graduate Student Voices" (2021). Intersections on Inclusion: Critical Conversations about the Academy. 5.