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    Achieving an Inclusive Graduate Community
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    Council of Graduate Schools
    Wednesday, January 1, 2003
    1
    35 Pages

    This is part of the 'Inclusiveness Series' sold as a set.

     

    Volume 1: Achieving an Inclusive Graduate Community
    CGS/Peterson's Award winners and leaders in graduate education discuss the rationale for inclusiveness as well as some of its benefits and challenges.

     

    Volume 2: Recruiting for Success
    Effective recruitment strategies from award winners and other leaders of inclusiveness efforts in graduate education. Topics include funding sources, recruiting networks,and administrative resources.

     

    Volume 3: Ensuring Success
    Explores ways to move beyond recruiting toward ensuring the success of underrepresented minorities in graduate education. Includes discussion of mentoring,curricular reform, and support systems.

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