Liberman Graduate Center

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!

Tim Dugan & Cara Johnson | The Gephardt Institute

Please join Tim Dugan, Community Engagement Manager, and Cara Johnson, Assistant Director for Student Engagement and Service, with the Gephardt Institute.  Tim manages service trips and other immersion experiences.  Tim is a graduate of Holy Cross and Boston College.  Tim spent three years with AmeriCorps prior to his 2013 employment with Washington University.  Cara received her graduate degree from Stanford.  During her ten years in California she worked as a public school teacher and as a program manager for community and children based nonprofits.


This aligns with the Communication programming requirement for the Graduate Leadership Credential.