Support CPD, Support Innovation in Public Diplomacy
At the close of the spring semester at USC, CPD is proud of our most recent accomplishments to advance the field of public diplomacy. From hosting Tony Award®-winning playwright David Henry Hwang for a lively discussion of his latest theatrical production "Soft Power" as well as mounting the first-ever Los Angeles Summit on City Diplomacy, to developing a virtual reality project on sports diplomacy during the PyeongChang Winter Olympics that garnered national media attention, CPD has been taking innovative approaches to PD and making important contributions to the field. But we need your help to continue bringing programs and research to you and those who can benefit most from our work.
The Center operates on a modest budget, with a small, but dedicated, staff and a team of talented student interns. Today, we ask for your help in widening our circle of supporters for our ambitious venture.
Your gift will help us to continue:
Thought leadership and public diplomacy analysis through our CPD Perspectives essay series;
Offering fellowship opportunities to PD scholars dedicated to exploring the field's history and best practices;
Hosting thoughtful events that bring together academics and practitioners to help chart the future of public diplomacy;
Recruiting the best and brightest for substantive student internships;
And so much more as outlined in our newsletters and annual reports.
Make your gift online today, and together we will step into the future of public diplomacy.
Direct your tax-deductible gift to CPD online here or mail your check to:
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy
at the Annenberg School
Attention: Victoria Parrott Hsieh
3502 Watt Way, Suite 232
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281
Thank you for your support!
All gifts directed to support the USC Center on Public Diplomacy also count toward The Campaign for USC.
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