2011 CGS New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop


    2011 Summer Workshop Program

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2011 New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop are below. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. File size is indicated after the name of each presenter.


    New Deans Institute Presentations


    Session II: Governance and Organization
    Jeffery Gibeling (43 KB)
    Orlando Taylor (52 KB)
    Jo Rae Wright (703 KB)


    Session IVA: Political Engagement
    Robert Augustine (240 KB)
    Patricia McAllister (184 KB)
    Lisa Tedesco (166 KB)
    James Wimbush (33 KB)


    Session IVB: Graduate Admissions and Financing
    George Justice (922 KB)
    Carol Shanklin (42 KB)


    Session IVB: Program Quality Assessment
    Patrick Osmer (345 KB)

    Summer Workshop Presentations


    ProQuest UMI Dissertations Publishing Breakfast Meeting
    Marlene Coles and Austin McLean (922 KB)


    Best Practices in Developing and Maintaining Decision Making Data at the Graduate Level
    Gerald Baldasty (1.40 MB)
    Patricia Bishop (1.35 MB)


    Special Session: NSF Programs in Graduate Education
    Doris Carver (173 KB)
    William Eckberg and Jessie DeAro (655 KB)
    Gisele Muller-Parker (541 KB)
    James Wimbush (32 KB) 


    GRE/TOEFL Breakfast Meeting
    Eileen Tyson (922 KB)


    Promoting a Diverse and Inclusive Student Population: How to Write an Award-Winning Grant
    David Francko (922 KB)
    Jeffery Gibeling (236 KB)
    Judith Stoddart (452 KB)


    New Resources in the PSI Toolbox
    Daniel Denecke (675 KB)
    Loc Nguyen-Khoa (please find link to video presentation at http://ori.hhs.gov/TheLab)
    Neville Pinto (1.15 MB)
    Jo Rae Wright (803 KB)


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