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Universities and colleges -- Graduate work

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Graduate Director's Handbook

 Series — Box 1: [aspace.r.176.Box.1]
Identifier: GV042-02
Abstract This handbook is a guide for graduate program management that covers administrative duties, application and admission processes, research and thesis guidelines, as well as general rules.

Graduate Student Celebration and Graduate Dean's Citations for Academic Excellence

 Series — Box 1: [aspace.r.178.Box.1]
Identifier: GV042-04
Abstract This publication is produced by the Office of Graduate Studies in collaboration with the Graduate and Professional Student Association. The publication is produced for an event held each semester and includes an awards ceremony list and names of each student graduating along with their thesis abstract.

Graduate Student Guidebook

 Series — Box 1: [aspace.r.177.Box.1]
Identifier: GV042-03
Abstract This informal guide for new graduate students was prepared in response to the suggestions of many graduate students, communicated through surveys, forums, and face-to-face meetings. The guidebook contains an office directory, where to turn for advice or guidance, program options, and when matters related to an individual's graduate program should be acted on.

Office of Graduate Studies annual report

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Identifier: GV042-01
Abstract This annual report on the Graduate Studies program covers the functions, events, programs, and publications of the Office of Graduate Studies. The report also includes statistical data regarding student feedback.

The Graduate School Annual Report

 Series — Box 1
Identifier: GV042-07
Overview In Winter 2016, the Office of Graduate Studies officially transistioned to The Graduate School. The change reflected the increasing regard for graduate education at GVSU and further established TGS as a leader for graduate education at GVSU. GVSU began offering raduate programs in 1973 and for the next 27 years there was limited organizational structure and coordination for graduate education. When the Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) was created in 2000, GVSU offered more than 21 graduate ...