You can still register to join the CGS community for the 63rd Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, from December 6-9. You won’t want to miss this unique forum where graduate education leaders gather to connect and learn from peers and thought leaders on issues driving graduate education.
Register now so you don’t miss the opening keynote on December 7 presented 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 a reception that evening 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 five other engaging plenary session:
- “Graduate Education for a Changing World-LaPidus Lecture” presented by Tim Killeen, Carlos Santiago and Chuck Ambler.
- “From Arriving to Surviving to Thriving: Serving the Whole International Student” presented by Rajika Bhandari.
- “From Artificial Intelligence to Collective Wisdom: Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology and Society” presented by Ruha Benjamin.
- “Socially Directed Science and Engineering: Graduate Education for a More Sustainable Future” presented by Christine Ortiz, Saif Rayyan and Ellan F. Spero.
- Three-Minute Thesis (3MT®): Showcase and Roundtable Discussion.