GradEdge

    The Council of Graduate Schools' member newsletter, GradEdge: Insights on Graduate Education and Research is published quarterly (January, April, July, and October) and made available online on the CGS website.  Submission, format, and content guidelines can be found in CGS' Guide to Authors.

     

    To access past issues of the GradEdge newsletter, please click here (requires member login).

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    Paid Advertisements in GradEdge
    The GradEdge newsletter has been designed to offer new benefits to both readers and advertisers. CGS Members, including Sustaining Members, may use the newsletter to place paid advertisements for grant/fellowship opportunities, conferences, meetings, or other items relevant to the graduate education community. Please note that these items may not be posted on the Dean’s Discussion Board. Ad rates are listed below and can also be found on the GradEdge Rate Card for 2017. Given that we have not raised ad prices since 2012, we will increase the 2018 rates.

     

    Ad Size Ad Rates
    Member ¼ Page: $300.00
    Member ½ Page: $500.00
    Non-member ¼ Page: $600.00
    Non-member ½ Page: $1000.00

     

    Additional outreach opportunities are available for Sustaining Members as well as non-members.

     

    Contact Katherine Hazelrigg with questions regarding GradEdge content and advertising.

     

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