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Ainsley Carry and Chinese student leaders discuss campus safety

A message from Ainsley Carry, vice provost for Student Affairs:

On Thursday, Chief John Thomas and I met with a group of Chinese student leaders to address their safety and security concerns following last week’s tragic incident. It was a productive and informative meeting and we greatly appreciate the students’ willingness to sit down with us, share their views and discuss ways that we can work together to further improve safety on campus and the surrounding neighborhood. We also appreciate the students’ proposals for additional security measures, several of which were already in progress and others with which we will now plan to move forward at their request. We look forward to ongoing discussions with the students and to their active participation in helping us make these further improvements. We plan to have follow-up meetings with these student leaders next week and on an ongoing basis during the academic year through university advisory committees and other settings.

Ainsley Carry
Vice Provost for Student Affairs


Ainsley Carry的陈述:

周四John Thomas总管和我会见了一群中国学生领袖并与他们探讨了上周惨案之后他们对安全和安保的担忧。那是一次颇具效率且内容丰富的会议,我们非常感谢学生们愿意和我们一起坐下来,分享他们的看法,并讨论我们之间如何可以一起合作来进一步改善校园及周边社区的安全。我们也感谢学生们对额外安保措施的提议,其中有几个已经在实施中,而其他提议我们现在将应他们的要求计划推进。我们期待和学生领袖们的继续讨论以及他们积极的参与,这会帮我们获得进一步的进展。我们计划下周和这些学生领袖展开后续会议,并在学年中持续借助大学咨询委员会和其他契机进行类似会议。

Ainsley Carry


A message from USC vice provost for Student Affairs

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