Programming with a Professional Focus

Dine & Dialogue

The Dine & Dialogue program is an informal way for graduate and professional students at WashU to meet representatives from various departments across campus and gain insight into what interdisciplinary academic, professional, and leadership development activities are available to them outside of their home department, school, or discipline.Guest speakers bring the opportunities, we provide the lunch, and you get involved!


Dine with the Dean

Each year graduate students are invited to join one of the deans of the Graduate School for lunch. This program provides graduate students with the opportunity to meet the Deans of the Graduate School, to discuss student perspectives on graduate education at WashU, and to maintain open dialogue between students and university administration.

Semester Schedule & RSVP

LGC Advisory Committee

Graduate student group leaders along with other interested graduate students are invited to participate as a member of the LGC Advisory Board. The Board meets quarterly over lunch. Meetings take place in the Liberman Center conference room located in DUC 300. Meetings begin at 12 noon. The LGC Advisory is responsible for advising the Liberman Director on the development of policies and programming in the Liberman Center. Board members provide graduate student input related to concerns and needs of the graduate students whether as a participant in programming or a daily visitor. The LGC Advisory Board also reviews nominations for the annual Liberman Leadership Awards and votes on the winning organizations/students.

Meeting Schedule