2013 CGS 53rd Annual Meeting

     

    2013 Annual Meeting Program

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2013 CGS 53rd Annual Meeting are below. Presentations are in chronological order by each category. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. The file size is indicated after the name of each presenter.

     

    Pre-Meeting Workshop Presentations

     

    Fundraising as a Critical Instrument for Improving Graduate Education
    Steven Matson (766 KB)
    Lisa Tedesco and Katie Busch (1.25 MB)

     

    Assessment and Review of Graduate Programs-Doctoral
    Nancy Busch (161 KB)
    Barbara Knuth (1.62 MB)
    Henning Schroeder (474 KB)

     

    Assessment and Review of Graduate Programs-Master's
    Robert Augustine (4.40 MB)
    Maria Di Stefano (1.40 MB)
    Susan Pocotte (745 KB)

     

    Technology Solutions for Tracking Student Progress
    Nancy Marcus (910 KB)
    William Russel (860 KB)

     

    Engaging Social Medial to Improve Graduate School Services
    Karen DePauw (1.70 MB)
    Karen Klomparens (694 KB)

     

    Addressing Challenging Graduate Student Situations: Comprehensive Approaches and Techniques
    Lee Bird and Sheryl Tucker (722 KB)

     

    Legal Issues
    Daniel Park (978 KB)

     

    Fostering Career and Professional Development: Mentoring Across the Student, Faculty, and Institutional Divides
    Henry Campa and Judith Stoddart (722 KB)

     

    Graduate School's Role in Financial Aid
    Charles Caramello (4.67 MB)
    Paul Gemperline (120 KB)
    Carol Hartupee (1.26 MB)

     

    Achieving Diversity, Inclusiveness, and Excellence: Approaches that Work
    Alycia Mosley-Austin (1 MB)
     

    Advocating on Behalf of Graduate Education
    Maureen Grasso (795 KB)
    Julie Shroyer (1.19 MB)
    Pamela Stacks (95 KB)

     

    Concurrent Sessions Presentations

     

    Supporting Inclusiveness in Graduate Education
    Brenda McComb (534 KB)
    Lisa Tedesco (164 KB)

     

    The Professional Science Master's: Retrospective and Prospective
    Carol Lynch, James Sterling and David King (877 KB)

     

    Structuring Interdisciplinary Programs
    Maura Borrego (725 KB)
    Jeffery Gibeling (1.05 MB)
    Vivek Venkatesh (819 MB)

     

    Challenges of Innovation in Doctoral Education
    David Olan (90 KB)

     

    Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Graduate Schools: Guidance on How ACA's Employer Mandate and Reporting Provisions Impact Your School
    Charles Hinkle (815 KB)

     

    Marketing Master's Programs in Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions
    Gerardo Gonzalez (996 KB)
    Kathleen Kitto (2.92 MB)
    Amanda Thomas (425 MB)

     

    Increasing the Success of Underrepresented STEM PhD Students
    Karen Butler-Purry (502 KB)
    Frances Leslie (760 KB)
    Lakshmi Reddi (559 KB)
    Peter Weber (165 KB)

     

    Transforming the EdD: Making it the Degree of Choice for Professional Practitioners
    Jill A. Perry (4.73 MB)

     

    Streamlining Administrative Functions at Master's Institutions
    Jennifer Keane-Dawes (510 KB)
    Gerald Pogatshnik (146 KB)

     

    The Future of U.S. Science and Engineering: Graduate Education for Tomorrow
    Charles Taber (350 KB)

     

    Completion and Attrition in STEM Master's Programs
    R. William Ayres and Jerry Weinberg (693 KB)

     

    Recent Studies on Career Outcomes for Graduate Students
    Lesley Wilson (347 KB)

     

    Preparing Graduate Students to Assess Student Learning
    Laura Chesak (491 KB)
    Christopher Kello (779 KB)

     

    Plenary Sessions Presentation

     

    Social Networking: Its Power and Limitations for Serving Graduate Education
    James Fowler (3.8 MB)

     

    Sponsored Breakfast Presentation

     

    Presentation from Educational Testing Service Breakfast
    David Payne and Eileen Tyson (1.41 MB)

     

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