2012 CGS New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop

     

    2012 Summer Workshop Program

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2012 New Deans Institute 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
    Robert Augustine (633 KB)
    Lisa Tedesco (52 KB)

     

    Session IVA: Political Engagement
    Maureen Grasso (1.75 MB)
    John Keller (216 KB)
    Patricia McAllister (184 KB)
    Steven Matson (566 KB)


     

    Session IVB: Graduate Admissions and Financing
    George Justice (385 KB)
    Carol Shanklin (91 KB)


     

    Session V: Program Quality Assessment
    Duane Larick (913 KB)
    Patrick Osmer (337 KB)


     

     

    Summer Workshop Presentations

     

    Plenary I: Pathways Through Graduate School and Into Careers
    Dwight Hutchins (918 KB)
    Jean Morrison (216 KB)

     

    ProQuest UMI Dissertations Publishing Breakfast Meeting
    Marlene Coles (1.31 MB)

     

    Advancing STEM Graduate Education: New Directions at NSF
    Jessie DeAro, Richard Linton, Gisele Muller-Parker, and Melur Ramasubramanian (510 KB)

     

    Plenary III: The Art and Science of Leading through Negotiations
    Kathleen McGinn (633 KB)
     

    Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Learning: Preparing a Successful Proposal
    Daniel Denecke (584 KB)
    John Girash and Rachael Lancor (2.73 MB)

     

    GRE/TOEFL Breakfast Meeting
    David Payne and Eileen Tyson (2.77 MB)

     

    Ethics Education in International STEM Collaborations: Preparing a Successful Proposal
    Daniel Denecke and Julia Kent (581 KB)

     

     

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