Hold the Date
The next CSGS conference will take place February 17-19, 2022 in Raleigh, NC and CHBGS will hold their conference February 16-17, 2022 in the same location. More information will become available in the summer.
Joint CSGS/CHBGS Monthly Forum Series
In order to help our membership cope with the current pandemic and its impact on graduate education, we have created a monthly CSGS/CHGBS Forum Series. Once a month via Zoom, CSGS/CHGBS will host a lunch-time forum that focuses on a current challenge facing graduate schools and campuses across the region. Members will have the opportunity to submit discussion questions, contribute to the conversation, or simply hear potential solutions being pursued on other campuses. Recordings of past forum presentations are included at the bottom of the page.
CSGS/CHBGS May Forum: Returning to Normal/ Re-integration after Covid 19
May 20, 2021, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Facilitator: Dr. Ethan Carver, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
CSGS/CHBGS July Forum: Marketing and Recruitment
July 22, 2021, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Facilitators: Brian Kloeppel, Western Carolina University, and Andrew Goodliffe, University of Alabama
CSGS/CHBGS April Forum: Reality Round Table
August 19, 2021, 1:00 p.m. EDT
This event is envisioned as a free conversation for deans to share what is going well with respect to returning to campus instruction and where there are challenges.
CSGS/CHBGS April Forum: Remote Graduate Academic and Professional Development: What is the potential and how do we get there?
April 22, 2021, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Facilitator: Dr. Alana James from DoctoralNet
This last year has taught everyone that there is great potential for meeting and supporting students anytime/anywhere. Come spend an hour with Dr Alana James as she shares an obvious prognosis as to the growing need for remote services for students from her companies history with the work. She’ll share the interplay of the theoretical and conceptual frame and literature that supports her current research into how targeted enrollment practices can be used to address one of our trickiest problems – attrition and slow to completion issues. The session will close with a frank discussion of the business model and ways in which the next few years might allow it to reach the goal of having robust resources available to all the students who need them.