Holistic Admissions: Recruiting and Admitting Diverse Students
Recruiting, admitting, and ensuring the success of a diverse and talented cohort of graduate students is one of the most important tasks graduate faculty undertake. In this panel discussion, three experienced former graduate deans will discuss best practices for recruiting underrepresented students, the use of holistic admission approaches to increase diversity, and strategies to promote the success of every student. Each panelist will share their own experiences and provide recommendations for implementing policies and procedures at your institution.
Dr. Maureen Grasso, Professor of Textile Sciences and Former Graduate Dean at North Carolina State University, Former Graduate Dean at University of Georgia, and ETS Graduate Education Advisor
Dr. Carlos Grijalva, Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Former Graduate Associate Dean at the University of California, Los Angeles, and ETS Graduate Education Advisor
Dr. Steve Matson, Professor of Biology and Former Graduate Dean at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and ETS Graduate Education Advisor
Matthew Bashi-Kadlubowski, Associate Director, Academic Support Services, Global Higher Education Division, ETS