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Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2012’

Presentations during 2008 – 2009

Presentations 2009 June 19 – Maresi Nerad presentation at the Graduate Management Admissions Council conference held in Baltimore, MD, titled “Time-to-Degree and the Case for Enhanced PhD Skills Training.”  Download:  GMAC May 19 – Maresi Nerad presentation at the Mobility and Internationalization of Doctoral Studies in Europe conference held in Paris, titled “Doctoral Education in the U.S. in times of Globalization.”  …

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Presentations during 2006 – 2007

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Presentations 2007 December 7 – Maresi Nerad presentation at the annual meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS), Seattle, WA  –  “Social Science PhDs — Five+ Years Out: A National Study of PhDs in Six Social Science Fields.”  Download:  CGS 2007 November 4 – Maresi Nerad and Elizabeth Rudd presentation at CRA Gender Diversity in Computing Doctoral Programs Workshop, Bellevue, …

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Tangible outcomes: Investigating International Collaboration at the Graduate Level

The collaborative work done by the participants of the workshop (professors in STEM fields,  educational researchers, graduate students and post doctoral fellows  from around the world), generated new publications and grants subsequent to the workshop. Blumenfield T., Nerad M., 2012. International Assessment: Developing a Research Agenda for (Post) graduate Education and Collaboration. Australian Universities Review. Vol. 54.  No 1. 2012, …

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Ulrike Kohl

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Ulrike Kohl is currently Head of Unit at the National Research Fund, Luxembourg and has set-up the national PhD and Postdoc grant scheme AFR in Luxembourg in 2008.  She has 20 years of professional experience in public research management in Luxembourg. Her expertise comprises management of research programmes and research career development. She is a national expert for Luxembourg in …

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Doctoral Fellowships in European Universities

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The UNIKE project –Universities in the Knowledge Economy – is looking to fill 12 doctoral positions and 2 post-doctoral positions at 6 European Universities (AU Aarhus University, UB University of Bristol, UK Graduate School of Education, RU Roehampton University, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, LU Univerza V Ljubljani, and Universidade do Porto/FPCE) in an Initial Training Network (ITN). Applications are …

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Thoko Mayekiso

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Professor Thoko Mayekiso  is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor:  Research and Engagement at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) with effect from 1 May 2009.   She obtained her BA, BA Honours and MA in Psychology from the University of Fort Hare. She then obtained a D Phil (Cum laude) from the Free University of Berlin, Germany. She is registered as a …

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Armando Alcantara

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Dr.  Armando Alcantara is Professor of Higher Education at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), in the Institute for University and Education Studies, and Research Fellow at Mexico’s National System of Researchers (level I). He is a regular member of the Mexican Academy of Science. He earned a B. A. in Psychology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico …

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Sandra Elman

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Sandra Elman is the President of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) in Redmond, Washington. From 2003-2006, Dr. Elman served as Chair of the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions (CRAC) that is comprised of the directors and chairs of the seven regional accrediting commissions. Prior to assuming the position of the President of NWCCU in 1996, Dr. Elman …

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Presentations: International Experience in STEM Graduate Education and Beyond

Final Report: Assessing International Collaboration in STEM fields International Experience in Stem Graduate Education and Beyond. Presented by Dr. Raj Bordia, professor of Materials Sci. & Engineering at University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA A UK/European perspective in international experiences in STEM subjects. Presented by Dr. John Chapman, professor at College of Science & Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK. …

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Ingrid DuMosch DeHaan

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Ingrid DuMosch DeHaan has been working with the CIRGE team as an administrator since 2006.  She also occasionally works as a program assistant at the University of Washington’s Medical Center.  She has had the privilege of living and working overseas, particularly in the U.K., and has traveled extensively in much of Europe as her parents originate from Austria and the …

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