Dinner for 10
On November 10th, BGC will host a Dinner for 10 at Cafe Teresa with Dr. Tera Hunter, a professor in the History Department and the Center of African American Studies Department whose research interests include investigating the role of Black women in the South. If you would like to attend, please RSVP (there are nine spots, first come first served).
A note about Dinner for 10: BGC Dinner for Ten is an intimate networking opportunity for members of the Black Graduate Caucus to interact with faculty, administration, and other esteemed guests. In the past, these dinners have served as opportunities to have open discussions about issues facing both graduate students and faculty/staff of colour at Princeton and elsewhere, and for the Caucus to gain advocates and familiarize the university administration and faculty with the mission, activities, and concerns of the caucus.
The dinner consists of nine graduate students and a guest of honor. At least two graduate students must be on a waitlist in case any of the original nine dinner guest cancel. To ensure we have an active conversation, each person in attendance must submit one topic/question with their reservation.