ASU leaders to address graduate student questions at virtual town hall


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Join the ASU Graduate College for a virtual town hall event for graduate students at 6 p.m. Arizona time, Tuesday, July 28. A distinguished panel of ASU leaders will address questions submitted by graduate students regarding the outlook for the upcoming academic year. It's also a chance for students to meet newly appointed Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate College, Elizabeth Wentz.

Panelists will discuss questions and concerns related to graduate student campus life, student resources and other issues relevant to the fall 2020 return to campus. The panelists for the town hall include:

  • Mark Searle, executive vice president and university provost.
  • Elizabeth Wentz, vice provost and dean of the Graduate College.
  • Cassandra Aska, deputy vice president and dean of students at Tempe.
  • Kenja Hassan, director, cultural relations, Office of Government and Community Engagement.

How to submit questions

Student-submitted questions will shape the agenda for the event. To submit questions, students need to register for the event by Thursday, July 23. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the live event.

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