2013 CGS New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop

     

    2013 Summer Workshop Program

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2013 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 (1.14 MB)
    Jeannine Blackwell (285 KB)

     

    Session III: Budget and Staff Management Strategies
    Barbara Knuth (345 KB)
    Pamela Stacks (121 KB)

     

    Session IVA: Political Engagement
    Maureen Grasso (578 KB)
    Steven Matson (275 KB)

     

    Session IVB: Graduate Admissions and Financing
    Ramona Mellot (275 KB)
    Carol Shanklin (92 KB)

     

    Session V: Program Quality Assessment
    Nancy Marcus (275 KB)
    MJT Smith (92 KB)

     

     

    Summer Workshop Presentations

     

    ProQuest Breakfast Meeting
    Marlene Coles (1.63 MB)

     

    Plenary II: Everything is a Remix: Implications for Graduate Education
    Charles Caramello (94 KB)
    Nancy Marcus (47 KB)

     

    NSF Support of Graduate Students: What Works? What's Needed?
    Richard Linton (336 KB)
    Giselle Muller-Parker(92 KB)

     

    GRE/TOEFL Breakfast Meeting
    Jacqueline Briel and Michelle Hampton (1.94 MB)

     

    Becoming a Winner: Hints for Preparing a Successful ETS/CGS Award Proposal
    Robert Augustine (340 KB)
    Karen Colley (705 KB)
    Karen Weddle-West (571 KB)

     

    Enhancing Financial Education for Graduate and Undergraduate Students
    Daniel Denecke and Jeff Allum (1.16 MB)
    Mike Noetzel and Betsy Palmer (222 KB)

     

     

     

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