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    The Organization and Administration of Graduate Education
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    Council of Graduate Schools
    Wednesday, February 13, 2019
    87 Pages

    This publication provides a complete picture of the structures, stakeholders, and challenges that define contemporary graduate education. It’s intended for graduate deans, provosts, directors of graduate studies, and college deans that are interested in the enduring structures and pressing issues in graduate education. The revised edition features expanded sections on program leadership and pressing issues; call-out boxes highlighting key insights; case studies from leading graduate programs addressing pressing issues; and guidance from CGS best practices projects.

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