2010 CGS New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop

    2010 Summer Workshop Program

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2010 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 (149 KB)
    Lisa Tedesco (216 KB)

     

    Session IVA: Political Engagement
    Karen DePauw (83 KB)
    Steven Matson (61 KB)
    Patricia McAllister (188 KB)
    James Wimbush (35 KB)

     

    Session IVB: Graduate Admissions and Financing
    Margrit von Braun (922 KB)

     

    Session V: Program Quality Assessment
    Robert Augustine (1.55 MB)
    Janet Weiss (1.06 MB)
    William Wiener (683 KB)

     


    Summer Workshop Presentations

     

    Plenary I: Enchancing Pathways To and Through Graduate School
    Jo Rae Wright (1.33 MB)
    Douglas Peers (275 KB)

     

    Plenary II: Forecasting the Future for Funding Graduate Education
    Ronald G. Ehrenberg (209 KB)

     

    Dean Dialogue: Making the NRC Research Doc Study Work for Your Graduate School
    Charlotte Kuh (148 KB)

     

    ProQuest UMI Dissertations Publishing Breakfast Meeting
    Marlene Coles (3.02 MB)

     

    GRE/TOEFL Breakfast Meeting
    David Payne (864 KB)

     

    PhD Completion Project: Promising Practices to Promote Student Success
    Maureen Grasso (99 KB)
    Karen Klomparens (1.49 MB)
    Steven Matson (71 KB)
    Patrick Osmer (84 KB)

     


    Institutional Approaches to Research and Scholarly Integrity
    Jan Allen (392 KB)
    Karen Klomparens (451 KB)

     

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