2009 CGS New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop

     

    2009 Summer Workshop Program

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2009 NDI and Summer Workshop are below. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. File size is indicated after the name of each presenter.

     

    New Deans Institute Presentations

    Session II: Governance and Organization
    Jeffery Gibeling (166 KB)
    Larry Lyon (1.35 MB)
    Susan Stites-Doe (656 KB)

     

    Session IVA: Political Engagement
    Karen DePauw (761 KB)
    Maureen Grasso (46 KB)

     

    Session IVB: Graduate Admissions and Financing: Overview for Associate/Assistant Deans
    Nancy Stamp (173 KB)

     

    Session V: Program Quality Assessment
    Robert Augustine (347 KB)
    Janet Weiss (181 KB)
    William Wiener (896 KB)

     

    Summer Workshop Presentations

    Plenary I: Budgeting for Excellence in Challenging Financial Times
    Andrew Comrie (1.20 MB)
    Dennis Grady (353 KB)
    Fred Hall (33 KB)
    Pamela Stacks (192 KB)

     

    Dean Dialogue 2: Ethics Education and the Responsible Conduct of Research: What Works?
    Jean Feldman (1.02 MB) 
    Michael Mumford (154 KB)
    Lisa Tedesco (226 KB)
    T.H. Lee Williams (339 KB)

     

    Breakfast with UMI Dissertations Publishing
    David Mendez (1.03 MB)

     

    Plenary II: The Role of Technology in Graduate Education
    Diana Oblinger (3.34 MB)

     

    Dean Dialogue 3: Using NRC Research Doctorate Assessment Data to Improve Programs
    Charlotte Kuh (71 KB)
    Patrick Osmer (30 KB)

     

    GRE/TOEFL Breakfast Meeting
    David Payne (376 KB)
    Kathy Pruner (197 KB)
    Kathy Pruner (331 KB)
    Kathy Pruner (75 KB)

     

    Plenary III: The Future of the Master's Degree: Research, Professional and Other
    Martin Kreiswirth (1.27 MB)   
    Timothy Mack (1.16 MB)
    Douglas Peers (384 KB)

     

    Technical Workshop: PhD Completion Project
    Sheila Kirby (149 KB)
    Nancy Marcus (418 KB)
    Janet Rutledge (1.05 MB)

     

    Technical Workshop: Many Voices of the Graduate Dean
    Pamela Benoit (2.17 MB)

     

    Opportunities in Private Fundraising: Generating Revenue in Good Times and Bad
    Barbara Ball-McMClure (886 KB)
    Nancy Busch (999 KB)
    Eva Pell (1.42 MB)

     

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