2015 CGS Summer Workshop and New Deans Institute

     

     

     

     

    CGS Summer Workshop and New Deans Institute Final Program

     

    Selected PowerPoint presentations from the 2015 CGS Summer Workshop and New Deans Institute are below. Presentations are in chronological order by each category. Presentations are offered as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. The file size is indicated after the name of each presenter.

     

    New Deans Institute Presentations

     

    Session II: Running a Graduate Organization: Nuts and Bolts
    Karen Butler-Purry (290 KB)
    Paul Gemperline (165 KB)

     

    Session III: Budget and Staff Management Strategies
    Barbara Knuth (260 KB)
    Max Poole (421 KB)
    James Wimbush (296 KB)

     

    Session IV: Graduate Admissions and Financing Overview
    Nancy Marcus (2.88 MB)
    Carol Shanklin (1,004 KB)

     

    Session V: Advocacy 101
    Steven Matson (961 KB)

     

    Summer Workshop Presentations

     

    Plenary I: Is the Master's the New Baccalaureate?
    Kinchel Doerner (390 KB)
    James Goodnight (601 KB)

     

    Plenary Follow-On: The Role of Master's Education in Regional Economic Development
    Janet Rutledge (210 KB)
    James Sterling (984 KB)

     

    ProQuest Breakfast Meeting
    Austin McLean (1.77 MB)

     

    Plenary II: Making the Case for Graduate Education with Your President and Board
    Paul Ferguson (210 KB)

     

    ETS Breakfast Meeting
    David Payne (1.39 MB)

     

    Plenary III: Graduate Education and the Changing Legal Landscape
    Mackenzie Wilfong (2.95 MB)

     

    Innovations in Graduate Professional Development: Lessons Learned form the BEST Program
    George Roger Chalkley (542 KB)
    Barbara Knuth (2.23 MB)
    Patricia Labosky (586 KB)
    Ambika Mathur (898 KB)

     

    Technical Workshop: Advocacy: Getting Beyond Awareness and Taking Action
    Maureen Grasso (596 KB)
    John Keller (259 KB)

     

     

     

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