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GSMU Fifth Dinner

Graduate Students Mentoring Undergraduates (GSMU) strives to establish strong mentoring relationships between underrepresented Cornell graduate and undergraduate students in order to encourage a pursuit of graduate education, and to build a supportive network between and among these graduates and undergraduates.

GSMU Second Dinner

Graduate Students Mentoring Undergraduates (GSMU) strives to establish strong mentoring relationships between underrepresented Cornell graduate and undergraduate students in order to encourage a pursuit of graduate education, and to build a supportive network between and among these graduates and undergraduates.

GSMU First Dinner

Graduate Students Mentoring Undergraduates (GSMU) strives to establish strong mentoring relationships between underrepresented Cornell graduate and undergraduate students in order to encourage a pursuit of graduate education, and to build a supportive network between and among these graduates and undergraduates.

GSMU Mentor Orientation

Graduate Students Mentoring Undergraduates (GSMU) strives to establish strong mentoring relationships between underrepresented Cornell graduate and undergraduate students in order to encourage a pursuit of graduate education, and to build a supportive network between and among these graduates and undergraduates.

Joe Stone

Coming to speak at Cornell University Tuesday, September 19, 2017, Joe Stone is an inspirational outdoor athlete who became a quadriplegic during a paragliding accident. He persevered and continues doing the things he loves to do through hard work, and dedication. Stone believes deeply in spreading a message of inclusion, overcoming challenges, and taking control of the life one lives.
Our mission is to help merge the disabled and able-bodied communities through activities that can be experienced together regardless of their ability level.

Lunch Discussion with Dr. Beverly Tatum

The Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement, and the Center for Teaching Excellence are happy to announce a special lunch discussion for Cornell graduate students and postdocs with Dr. Beverly Tatum, a distinguished author, academic, and expert on the psychology of racism. We hope you can join us for what is sure to be a thought-provoking discussion preceding her public talk that evening!

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