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The National Black Graduate Student Association (NBGSA), the nation’s largest interdisciplinary Black graduate student organization, invites you to attend the 2014 National Black Graduate Student Conference, "Different Paths, One Journey: The Many Experiences of Black Graduate Students." This quarter of a century tradition of recognizing Black graduates students’ leadership and academic excellence will be held in Baton Rouge, LA from May 28 - June 1, 2014.

NBGSA was established to address the needs and concerns of Black graduate and professional students and to encourage more Black undergraduates to pursue advanced degrees. NBGSA provides critical resources for enhancing the likelihood of academic and career success and developing a powerful network of emerging Black scholars to diversify the academy and enrich the larger community.

For information on the conference and on registration, please see the NBGSA website: