Each fall, new DGSs and program contacts are invited to attend an orientation to assist them in their new roles.
This is also an opportunity to meet new faculty and staff, as well as representatives from the Graduate School.
The 2019 Orientation is Friday, August 23, 8:00-9:45 am in N201A Memorial Union (light breakfast will be served; programming starts at 8:15 am). Click here to register.
All DGSs and contacts (new and returning) are invited to learn about current issues in graduate education and new resources available to them. The DGS Summit is scheduled near the beginning of the fall semester. The Summit is also a chance to collaborate across units and provide feedback to the Graduate School.
The 2019 Summit is being offered on two dates: Friday, August 23, 10:00 am-Noon; and Friday, September 6, 9:00-11:00 am. Both events will be in N201A Memorial Union. Grad Contacts and DGSs should attend one date. Click here to register.
Fall 2019 DGS Network Events:
Thursday, September 19, 1:00 to 2:30 pm
National Academies of Science (NAS) – Layne Scherer & Arielle Baker (NAS Program Officers) will discuss the latest reports on the topics listed below. Join us for this important discussion! Click here to register for this event.
Thursday, October 3, 9:00 to 10:00 am (location and registration coming soon)
Join us for a discussion on: Preparing Graduate Students for Diverse Career Pathways
Friday, November 8, 11:00 am to Noon (location and registration coming soon)
Join us for a discussion on: Thinking Outside the Box for Graduate Recruitment & Admissions Processes
The Graduate School regularly communicates with DGSs and program contacts via email. The Graduate School uses this email communication with DGSs and program contacts to share information critical to graduate students, including deadlines, events, resources, and policy changes. DGSs and contacts should then share necessary information with graduate students in their departments and programs. This allows units to communicate the information directly to their graduate students and limits the number of direct communications that graduate students receive from the Graduate School. Students do receive occasional direct communications from the Graduate School, such as emails about commencement. If you have a message you’d like to share via this Resource Account, then please contact Lissa Behm-Morawitz, Associate Dean of the Graduate School.