2007 Annual Meeting

The 2007 Annual Meeting was held in Washington, D.C. on March 22-24, 2007 at the Hilton Embassy Row. Below you will find presentations from the 2007 Annual Meeting along with the final agenda.

Final Agenda (link)

Plenary Session I – CGS Professional Master’s Initiative: Reports and Updates from the Programs
Ali Eskandarian, George Washington University
Susan Guma, Sarah Lawrence CollegeCarol Lynch, Council of Graduate Schools
Christopher Tudge, American University

Plenary Session II – What is Interdisciplinarity?
Harvey Waterman, Rutgers University
Carolyn Watters, Dalhousie University

Plenary Session III – Mentoring Faculty Members
Havidán Rodriguez, University of Delaware
J. Lynn Zimmerman, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Plenary Session IV – Broadening Participation of Underrepresented Ethnic Minorities to Increase the Pipeline of Trained U.S. Citizens in Areas of National Need
Patricia McAllister, Council of Graduate Schools
Victor Santiago, National Science Foundation

Plenary Session V – What’s Driving Graduate School Budgets?
Gary Boire, Lakehead University
Sheila C. McMullan, Georgetown University
Richard G. Sleight, Yale University

Plenary Session VI – Changes and Challenges in Graduate Student Financial Support
Lisa J. Knepshield, University of Illinois at Chicago
Kenneth E. Redd, Council of Graduate Schools

Plenary Session VII – The Dean’s Office in the Changing University – an Associate Deans’ Panel
John Aram, Lesley University
Cari Moorhead, University of New Hampshire

Plenary Session VIII – Legal Issues in Graduate Education (part deux)
Lauralyn E. Beattie, Georgetown University
Sandra Doran, Lesley University
Stephen Jarrett, University of Western Ontario