International Graduate Applications Rebound in  Preliminary Estimates for 2014

    Shift in Sending Countries Continues as China Slows and India Surges

    CGS Names Suzanne Ortega New President

    Appointment of Senior Academic Leader for UNC System to Begin July 1

    April 15 Resolution

    Learn more about the obligations of graduate institutions and prospective students regarding offers and acceptances of financial support.

    Dean's Discussion Board

    The CGS Dean's Discussion Board is an electronic forum where graduate deans and other senior staff exchange questions, ideas and institutional...

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    Named in honor of the first president of the Council of Graduate Schools and first presented in 1972, this award is made annually to a scholar...

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