Graduate Student Association Hosting Ice Cream Social

The University of Oregon’s student-led GSA (Graduate Student Association) is co-hosting an ice cream social immediately following the new graduate student orientation on September 22nd at 3:00 pm on the Pioneer Mother lawn in front of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. The ice cream social is an opportunity for new graduate students to relax and converse while enjoying delicious frozen treats sponsored in part by one of Eugene’s favorite local ice cream makers, Prince Puckler’s. The GSA hosts social and educational events throughout the year in order to facilitate connections between graduate students across campus. The main purpose of the GSA is the continual improvement of the graduate student experience by providing or facilitating programs, educational opportunities, student enrichment activities, and enhancing information resources that will benefit graduate students academically, professionally, and socially. In order to hear more about GSA events like the ice cream social, or to keep up to date about GSA travel and research funding opportunities for graduate students, sign up for the mailing list at: http://blogs.uoregon.edu/graduatestudentassociation/about/membership/ More information can be found about the GSA and past events here:http://blogs.uoregon.edu/graduatestudentassociation/

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