CGS 2017 New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop

     

    CGS Summer Workshop and New Deans Institute Final Program

     

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2017 CGS Summer Workshop and New Deans Institute are below. Presentations are in chronological order by each category. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files.

     

    New Deans Institute Presentations

     

    Session II: Managing Operations: Time, Staff and Partnerships
    Mark Garrison, Janet Rutledge, Carol Shanklin
    Mark Garrison - Scenario 1 : Managing Operations - Valuing the Graduate School and Its Mission & Scenario 4 - Managing Policies
    Carol Shanklin - Scenario 2: Managing Operations - Legal Issues Related to Sexual Harrassment
    Janet Rutledge - Scenario 3: Managing Operations - Management Strategies Related to Workflow and Staff Management Responsibilities

    Session III: Managing Budgets: Planning, Prioritizing, and Allocations
    Robin Garrell, Andrea Golato, Christopher Sindt

     

    Session IV: Managing Enrollment: Recruitment, Admissions, and Funding
    David Berkowitz, Karen Butler-Purry, Sally (Sarah) Pratt

     

    Session V: Advocacy 101
    Mark Sheridan
    Nancy Marcus

     

    Summer Workshop Presentations

     

    Dean Dialogues: Fostering Diverse PhD Careers in the Humanities
    Charles Ambler, Carol Genetti

     

    Dean Dialogues: Campus Climate: Strategies for Change
    JoAnn Canales

     

    ProQuest Breakfast Meeting
    Austin McLean and Marlene Coles

     

    Plenary II: Breaking the Code: Understanding the New Role of the States
    Jeremy Anderson

    Deb Peters

     

    ETS Breakfast Meeting
    David Payne

     

    Dean's Toolboxes: Using Consultations to Improve Graduate Education
    Lisa Armistead

     

    Dean's Toolboxes: Basics of Data Visualization and Analysis
    M.J.T. Smith

     

    Plenary III: In Dialogue with our Publics: Research and Scholarship in 2017
    Adam Briggle

     

    Technical Workshop: From First Touch to Last: Using Technology to Support Student Success
    Mary Farmer-Kaiser, Lorie Liebrock

     

    Technical Workshop: Building a Robust Culture of Research Mentor and Mentee Training on Your Campus
    Ernest Brother, Jeffrey Engler, Melissa McDaniels, Christine Pfund

     

    Technical Workshop: Advanced Social Media Strategies
    Karen Depauw
    Frances Leslie

     

     

     

     

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