The Dean of Arts, Professor Rae Frances joined twenty of our 2014 First in Family Network members and our Transition Coordinator, Damien Williams for a dinner at Taste Baguette on Tuesday, March 25.
This was the first time this year the Dean of Arts has had the opportunity to meet this years cohort.
It was a wonderful opportunity for the Dean to share her background as well as to discover the backgrounds, study and academic aspiration of these students.
As expected the food and the company were amazing.
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