A recently released CGS publication is available online:
Guide to Advocacy for Graduate Education Leaders
In today’s environment of constrained public resources and political flux, graduate leaders are actively communicating the value of graduate education and research with key stakeholders. This guide provides a variety of principles, practical strategies, and adaptable examples to use in advocating for graduate education on campus, in the local community, and at the state and federal levels. 54 pages. June 2013.
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