2015 CGS 55th Annual Meeting

     

     

    Final Meeting Program

     

     

    Meeting Dates and Location
    December 2-5, 2015
    Westin Seattle
    Seattle, Washington

     

     

     

     

    With nearly 640 meeting registrants, this year's annual meeting was a great success! Annual meeting participants explored varied and important issues in graduate education. Participants—graduate deans; associate and assistant deans; faculty and staff from colleges/universities; association, federal and state agency, and other education-related administrators; graduate students, and others interested in graduate education—enjoyed a unique forum where they met leaders in their field and exchanged ideas and information.

     

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2015 CGS 55th 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

     

    Legal Issues I
    Tracy Greene and Tom Shanahan (967 KB)

     

    Advocacy on Your Campus
    R. William Ayres (307 KB)
    Nancy Marcus (1.31 MB)

     

    Empowering First-Generation and Underrepresented Students to Navigate Graduate School
    Charles Ambler (581 KB)

     

    Building Effective Career and Professional Development Programs: Connecting Students, Faculty and Institutional Needs and Outcomes
    Henry Campa and Judith Stoddart (2.66 MB)

     

    Fundraising as a Critical Instrument for Improving Graduate Education
    Katie Busch (354 KB)

     

    Enrollment Management
    Jeffrey Bakken (199 KB)
    Christopher Connor (4.18 MB)
    Thomas Reynolds (735 KB)
    Charles Taber (327 KB)

     

    Post Docs
    Jeffrey Engler, Susan Porter, and Elizabeth Watkins (199 KB)

     

    Concurrent Sessions Presentations

     

    Engaging Alumni to Enhance Student Experiences
    Stephan Riek (6.03 MB)

     

    Integrating Research, Teaching and Learning into the Preparation of Future Faculty: Lessons From CIRTL, PFF, and Other Initiatives
    Karen Butler-Purry (268 KB)
    Henry Campa (1.53 MB)
    Wendi Heinzelman (385 KB)

     

    Professional Development for Master's Careers
    Jessica Horowitz (819 KB)
    Jeffrey Potteiger (997 KB)
    William Wiener (1.34 MB)

     

    Planning for Changing Demographics: Lessons Learned from MSI's
    Joseph Childers (354 KB)

     

    Holistic Review of Graduate Applications: Lessons Learned From a CGS Best Practice Project
    JoAnn Canales (574 KB)
    Maureen McCarthy (694 KB)
    James Wimbush (316 KB)

     

    Understanding the Impact of International Graduate Experiences
    Diana Carlin, Karen DePauw, and Henning Schroeder (1.40 MB)

     

    Innovative Strategies for Securing Resources: A Focus on Master's Education
    Ryan Hendrickson (207 KB)
    Kathleen Kitto (2.78 MB)
    Amy McCandless (1.54 MB)

     

    Strategic Initiatives in Graduate Education at the National Science Foundation
    Brian Mitchell, Gisèle Muller-Parker, Rick Tankersley, and Roger Wakimoto (2.37 MB)

     

    PhD Career Pathways: Instruments and Tools
    Sheryl Tucker (1.03 MB)

     

    Master's Admissions Processes
    Maria Di Stefano (1.32 MB)
    Susan Morgan (765 KB)

     

    Results from the Enhancing Student Financial Education Project
    Scott Herness (790 KB)
    Andrew Sustich (1.53 MB)

     

    Accessibility and Inclusion in Graduate Programs
    Susan Cozzens (936 KB)

     

    Paths to Prestige: Alternative Models for Master's Institutions
    Jackie Eller (1.12 MB)
    Joan Ficke (2.64 MB)

     

    Future of the Doctorate in the Humanities
    James Grossman (202 KB)
    Heather Zwicker (218 KB)

     

    Plenary Sessions Presentation

     

    What Employers Know, What Employers Need: Relationships that Work
    Sarah Pratt (215 KB)
    Desney Tan (947 KB)

     

    Sponsored Breakfast Presentation

     

    Presentation from ProQuest Breakfast
    Austin McLean and Marlene Coles (872 KB)

     

    Presentation from Educational Testing Service Breakfast
    David Payne (1.44 MB)

     

    CGS is the leading source of information, data analysis, and trends in graduate education. Our benchmarking data help member institutions to assess performance in key areas, make informed decisions, and develop plans that are suited to their goals.

     

    CGS Best Practice initiatives address common challenges in graduate education by supporting institutional innovations and sharing effective practices with the graduate community. Our programs have provided millions of dollars of support for improvement and innovation projects at member institutions.

     

    As the national advocate for graduate education, CGS serves as a resource for policymakers and others on issues concerning graduate education, research, and scholarship. Based in Washington, DC, the organization provides its members with regular updates and analyses of legislative and regulatory proposals and policies that affect graduate education.
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    CGS is an authority on global trends in graduate education and a leader in the international graduate community. Our resources and meetings on global issues help members internationalize their campuses, develop sustainable collaborations, and prepare their students for a global future.