Selected Insights from the 2020 NAGAP/CGS Survey of Graduate Enrollment Management Professionals
    April 20, 2021

    In this webinar, CGS researchers will share selected insights from the 2020 NAGAP/CGS Survey of Graduate Enrollment Management Professionals (click here to view and download the research brief). Selected findings from the RAPID: Investigating Challenges to Matriculation and Completion for Underrepresented STEM Graduate Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic project (NSF/DGE grant number 2037360) will also be shared. Following the presentations, a panel of graduate deans and experts will engage in a moderated conversation about how the pandemic has impacted access and pathways into master's and doctoral education among traditionally underserved students. The panel will also discuss what and how institutions and organizations might act to alleviate any barriers that might have existed before or were exacerbated by the pandemic. NAGAP/CGS Survey support provided by Liaison. Their e-book, Six Benefits of Joining the Centralized Application Service (CAS) Community, is available as a free download. 




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