CGS 58th Annual Meeting

    Final Program

     

     

    Meeting Dates and Location
    December 5-8, 2018
    Omni Shoreham Hotel
    Washington, DC

     

     

    With nearly 700 meeting registrants, this year's annual meeting was our most successful yet! Annual meeting participants explored varied and important issues in graduate education. Participants—graduate deans; associate and assistant deans; faculty and staff from colleges/universities; association, federal and state agency, and other education-related administrators; graduate students, and others interested in graduate education—enjoyed a unique forum where they met leaders in their field and exchanged ideas and information.

     

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2018 CGS 58th Annual Meeting are below. Presentations are in chronological order by each category. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files.

     

    Pre-Meeting Workshop Presentations

     

    Legal Issues
    Traevena Byrd and Peter McDonough

     

    Master's Level Enrollment Management
    Janet Delany, Andrea Golato, and Olivia Nash

     

    Supporting First-Generation and Underrepresented Students
    Karin Elliot, David H. Jackson, and Cari Moorehead

     

    Individual Development Plans: Roadmaps for Student Success
    Suzanne E. Barbour, Jean-Pierre Delplanque, and Pushpalatha Murthy

     

    Mission-Driven Admissions: A Holistic Perspective
    Stanley Dunn, Carol Genetti, and Ambika Mathur

     

    Master's Education in a Changing International Landscape
    Liviu Matei, Josephine Nalbantoglu, Mark J.T. Smith, and Jerry B. Weinberg

     

    Supporting Innovation in Dissertations and Theses
    Karen DePauw, William J. Karpus, and Susan Porter

     

    Using Student and Alumni Success to Tell Your School's Story
    Michael McGrade, Lori McMahon, Brandy Randall, and Tammi Vacha-Hasse

     

    Promoting Graduate Student Mental Health
    Frances Leslie, Nance Roy, and Lisa Young

     

    Review of Graduate Programs: Master's and Doctoral
    Benjamin Caldwell, Barbara Krauthamer, and Paula D. McCalin

     

     

    Concurrent Sessions Presentations

     

    Using Data to Support the Lifecycle of Graduate Student Success
    Sponsored by Liaison International
    Larry Boles, Julie Masterson, and Robert Ruiz

     

    Understanding the Master's Admissions Landscape
    Robert Augustine, James Marshall, and Sheryl Tucker

     

    Defining and Implementing Graduate Learning Outcomes
    Ann R. Hawkins, Alan Leshner, and Mark J.T. Smith

     

    Professional Development for International Students
    Jennifer Bonds Raacke, Jerome Kukor, and Janet Rutledge

     

    Great Expectations: Understanding Humanities PhD Career Pathways
    Graham Hammill and Mary Farmer Kaiser

     

    Leadership Progression: Pathways into the Deanship
    William R. Graves, Scott Herness, and Sarah C. Larsen

     

    Recruiting and Supporting Indigenous Students
    Linda Mason, Fahim Quadir, and Janet Sturman
    Fahim Quadir

     

    How Machine Learning Will Change Graduate Admissions
    Sponsored by Kira Talent
    Lisa Armistead, Emilie Cushman, and Jerry Weinberg

     

    Navigating the Sea of Surveys
    Barbara Knuth and Phillip Trella

     

    Promoting Graduate Student Health and Wellness
    Elizabeth Klonoff, Kim LaScola Needy, and Susan Porter

     

    Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning
    Thomas Jeitschko, James Wimbush, and Marjorie Zatz

     

    Partnerships with Regional Stakeholders
    Jasbir Dhaliwal, Scott Lanyon, and Aimée Surprenant

     

     

     

     

    CGS is the leading source of information, data analysis, and trends in graduate education. Our benchmarking data help member institutions to assess performance in key areas, make informed decisions, and develop plans that are suited to their goals.
    CGS Best Practice initiatives address common challenges in graduate education by supporting institutional innovations and sharing effective practices with the graduate community. Our programs have provided millions of dollars of support for improvement and innovation projects at member institutions.
    As the national voice for graduate education, CGS serves as a resource on issues regarding graduate education, research, and scholarship. CGS collaborates with other national stakeholders to advance the graduate education community in the policy and advocacy arenas.  
    CGS is an authority on global trends in graduate education and a leader in the international graduate community. Our resources and meetings on global issues help members internationalize their campuses, develop sustainable collaborations, and prepare their students for a global future.