The CGS Annual Meeting was held December 7-10, 2022, in San Francisco. The 500+ attendees enjoyed a safe, productive, engaging, and thought-provoking event. Annual meeting participants explored a variety of important issues in graduate education with topics ranging from mentoring to the new face of student affairs to community engagement.

Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2022 CGS 62nd Annual Meeting are below. Presentations are in chronological order by each category. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files.

 

AM 2022 Final Program

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Pre-Meeting Workshop Presentations

 

Making The Case For Centralized Support Of Graduate Education
William AhernLisa BoehmLaurence Bray and William Karpus
Making the Case – Handout

New Models Of International Recruitment And Student Support
Mary Carrington, Jean-Pierre Delplanque, Michael Lazzara, and Curt Rom

Mentoring To Support Diverse Students and Careers
David Daleke and Debra Jackson

Reducing The Cost Of A Graduate Degree: Strategies To Support Student Progress And Completion
Wojtek Chodzko-ZajkoMark Garrison, and Elizabeth Wentz

Review Of Graduate Programs Master’s and Doctoral
Peter Harries, and Joy Williamson-Lott

Fundraising As a Critical Instrument For Improving
John Lofthus

 

ProQuest, Part of Clarivate Breakfast

The Graduate Student Perspective: Approaches To Text And Data Mining
ProQuest Text and Data Mining

 

Concurrent Sessions – Thursday, December 8

Stewards of Place: Regional Comprehensive Universities and Their Importance To State and Local Communities
Kristen Eichhorn, Brian Kloeppel, and Chevelle Newsome

Beyond Grant Writing: Preparing Humanities Phd’s To Navigate The World Of Sponsored Projects
Emily BarmanStephen Crites, and Gillian Hayes

Addressing Enrollment Staffing Challenges – Sponsored by EAB
Beth Donaldson, Chad Eickhoff, and Maribeth Watwood

Creating Community and Program Inclusivity and Support
NAGS organized session
Barbara KnuthDovev Levine, and Alexandra Padilla

The New Face of Student Affairs in Graduate School
Susan Carvalho, Bonnie Ferri, and Chris Nelson

Teaching The World Mentoring in A Global Context
Hans-Joachim BungartzGraham Hammill, and Adham Ramadan

Technology and Tools in Graduate Enrollment Management – Sponsored by Liaison International
Stephen Taylor and Julie Masterson

Empowering Universities’ Master’s and Doctoral Students for Tomorrow: The Humanities Without Walls Consortium and New Pathways for Graduate Training
MAGS Organized Session
Nusaiba Chowdhury, Christine Getz, Margaret Nettesheim, and Douglas Woods

 

ETS Breakfast – Friday, December

Through The Learner Lens Building A Graduate Community
Jack Klett, John Augusto, Julie J. Masterson, and Chevelle Newsome

 

Plenary IV – Friday, December 9

Ethical Leadership for Graduate Deans
C.K. Gunsalus

 

Concurrent Sessions – Friday, December 9

New Models for Graduate Education Collaborations With/And in Africa
H. Dele Davies, Mark Garrison, and June-Rose Ngcobo

Making An Impact: Rethinking PhD Training Through Community Engagement
Joshua BarkerFahim Quadir, and Janet Rutledge

Voice of the Online Graduate Learner – Sponsored By Wiley University Services
David Capranos and Roxanne Gonzales

A Place To Be: A Focus on Gender and Sexual Identity
William Graves,  Jeni Hart, and Cari Moorhead

Contemporary Approaches to Master’s Admissions
Philip Anloague,  Kellie Cude, and Jennifer Roberts

Creating a Transparent Student Experience: Best Practices to Improve Graduate Student Success – Sponsored By Cayuse
Jason Porter and Noelle Selkow

 

Lightning Round Sessions – Friday, December 9

 

Skills and Training: Helping Researchers Develop The Confidence To Achieve Their Full Potential – Sponsored by Nature Portfolio
Gaynor Roberts and Nicole Skinner

Recruit, Empower, and Celebrate Student Success – Sponsored by Academic Analytics
Kathy Felts, Jeni Hart, and Jill Huerta

Harnessing Video to Improve Opportunity, Fairness, And Success – Sponsored by Collegenet
Mark Bridges and Bruce Sylva

 

Plenary V

Purpose and Resilience in Graduate Education: What Matters Most and How to Make it Happen
Christine Whelan