Webinar: Winning Strategies for Diversity and Inclusion
    Recent winners of the ETS/CGS Award for Innovation in Promoting Success in Graduate Education will share strategies for supporting a diversity & inclusion.
    Edelma Huntley Named 2015-16 CGS Dean-in-Residence
    Huntley, formerly Dean of the Graduate School and Chief Research Officer at Appalachian State University, will join CGS August 1.
    Brian Mitchell Named 2015-16 CGS/NSF Dean-in-Residence
    Tulane University Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering will join CGS Feb. 1.
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