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Breakout Groups

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  1. Expanding and Recruiting the Pool
    Terry Ann Krulwich, Ph.D. and Mark Muskavitch, Ph.D.

       

    • The importance of post-baccalaureate programs and collegiate partnerships.
    • Establishing reciprocal institutional alliances to identify and recruit students best suited to your respective programs.

       

  2. Expanding and Recruiting the Pre- and Post-Baccalaureate Pool
    Gayle R. Slaughter, Ph.D. and Gary K. Ostrander, Ph.D.

       

    • The untapped pool - where do you look and how do you encourage interest in graduate research?
    • Developing new partnerships and programs.

     

  3. Selecting Students from the Pool
    Roger Chalkley, Ph.D. and William M. Reichert, Ph.D.

       

    • Indicators of success and deciding how much risk to take.
    • The response of faculty and peer review to taking risks.

     

  4. Recruitment and Retention
    Robert J. Bloch, Ph.D. and Carlos G. Gutierrez, Ph.D.

       

    • Creating a supportive academic and cultural environment: the impact on student recruitment and retention.
    • Developing critical skills for success in graduate school and beyond.

     

  5. Recruitment and Retention
    Richard McGee, Ph.D. and Anne M.Etgen, Ph.D.

       

    • Involving students, faculty and programs in recruitment and retention efforts.
    • Establishing flexible curricula and approaches for developing necessary skills and promoting future success.

     

  6. Retention of Undergraduate and Graduate Students
    Joel D. Oppenheim, Ph.D. and Joseph C. Dunbar, Ph.D.

       

    • Survival skills needed for academic success at research intensive institutions.
    • Institutionalization of efforts and faculty involvement.
This page last reviewed on January 27, 2015