Register Now for CGS’ 63rd Annual Meeting!

By Kelley Karnes

Join the CGS community in Washington, DC, from December 6-9, 2023, to explore important issues in graduate education. The CGS Annual Meeting is a unique forum where leaders in graduate education can learn from engaging plenary speakers, hear about their peers’ innovative work in panel sessions, and take part in the many networking opportunities.

This year’s session will open on December 7 with a keynote presentation by Shelly Lowe, Chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities and a citizen of the Navajo Nation. Chair Lowe will focus her remarks on humanities graduate education and research. To compliment Lowe’s remarks, CGS will host an evening reception that night at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), which has the world’s most expansive collections of Native artifacts covering the entire Western Hemisphere.

This year will also feature engaging plenary sessions such as:

  • “Graduate Education for a Changing World-LaPidus Lecture” presented by Tim Killeen and Carlos Santiago
  • “From Arriving to Surviving to Thriving: Serving the Whole International Student” presented by Rajika Bhandari
  • “Ghost in the Machine: Examining Biases in Artificial Intelligence” presented by Ruha Benjamin
  • “Education to Meet Sustainability Challenges” presented by Christine Ortiz
  • Three-Minute Thesis (3MT®): Showcase and Roundtable Discussion

Complete meeting information, including how to register, is available on the CGS website. 

Register Now