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    July 2018 GradEdge

    Volume: 
    7
    Number: 
    3
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    July 2018

    Flipping the Orientation

     

    Rebecca Aanerud, Interim Dean, Graduate School, University of Washington; Katy DeRosier, Director of Program Development, Graduate School, University of Washington; Eleanor Lee, Director of Communications, Graduate School, University of Washington

    Welcoming Students

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    April 2018 GradEdge

    Volume: 
    7
    Number: 
    2
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    April 2018

    Strong Mentorship Develops Successful Leaders

     

    John C. Keller, Professor, College of Dentistry; Interim Vice President for Research and Economic Development; Associate Provost for Graduate and Professional Education; Dean, the Graduate College, University of Iowa

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    January 2018 GradEdge

    Volume: 
    7
    Number: 
    1
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    January 2018

    Graduate Education in 2018: Working Together to Demonstrate Impact

     

    Suzanne Ortega, President, Council of Graduate Schools

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    October 2017 GradEdge

    Volume: 
    6
    Number: 
    4
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    October 2017

    Preparing Graduate Students for Future Challenges in Scholarly Integrity

     

    Jeffrey A. Engler, Vice President, Special Projects, Council of Graduate Schools

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    July 2017 GradEdge

    Volume: 
    6
    Number: 
    3
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    July 2017

    The Death of the Doctorate and Other Stories

     

    Charles Caramello, Dean-in-Residence, Council of Graduate Schools; Professor of English, University of Maryland

    I.  It lives!

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    April 2017 GradEdge

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    6
    Number: 
    2
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    April 2017

    From Teacher to Graduate Dean: An Unexpected Journey

     

    Karen P. DePauw, Ph.D., Vice President and Dean for Graduate Education, Virginia Tech

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    January 2017 GradEdge

    Volume: 
    6
    Number: 
    1
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    January 2017

    Editor’s Note

     

    CGS GradEdge has changed to a quarterly publication schedule. Issues will be published in January, April, July, and October. To submit contributions for consideration or story ideas, please contact Katherine Hazelrigg.

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    GradEdge October 2016

    Volume: 
    5
    Number: 
    6
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    October 2016
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    Editor’s Note
     

    Editor’s Note: CGS GradEdge has changed to a quarterly publication schedule. Issues will be published in January, April, July, and October. To submit contributions for consideration or story ideas, please contact Katherine Hazelrigg.

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    GradEdge July 2016

    Volume: 
    5
    Number: 
    5
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    July 2016
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    Advocating for Graduate Education: Challenge or Opportunity?
     

    There is no question that over the next few months, politics will continue to take center stage in the hearts and minds of the American people. The 2016 presidential election can be characterized as not only theatrical, but controversial, with two disparate candidates vying for the White House. Regardless of who is elected into office, the first few months of the new year will be a time of transition.

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    GradEdge May 2016

    Volume: 
    5
    Number: 
    4
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    May 2016
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    Professional Master’s Degrees: Beyond the PSM
     

    A Brief History of the Professional Master’s Degree

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