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CoordLink, January 2014
A newsletter for UW-Madison graduate program coordinators.
Graduate Program Coordinator Meeting
Monday, April 28, 2014
Refreshments at 1:00
Meeting 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
159 Wisconsin Idea Room, Education Building
The PVL has been released for the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Funding. It is posted on the
UW-Madison website at: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/WebListing/Unclassified/PVLSummary.aspx?pvl_num=78555
The graduate program profiles have been updated for all divisions, programs, and plans! (Subplans should be coming out later this week). Please take a look at your program's data and send questions or errors to Mary Butler Ravneberg at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on how to find the profiles, please go here: https://kb.wisc.edu/images/group156/shared/Admissions/KB-Howtofindprogramprofiles.pdf.
New Research Assistant Rates
|2013-14 Rates||2014-15 Rates|
|9 month appts.||12 month appts.||9 month appts.||12 month appts.|
Amy Fruchtman from the Office of Professional Development & Engagement will
continue to send you an email at the start of each month with a list of
upcoming events that might be of interest to your students. The email will now
also include a link to the new Grad School events calendar showing an array of
campus-wide professional development events:
The Graduate School maintains information about staff in all graduate-degree granting departments and programs. You can use this directory to view other program's contact information. We use this directory when sending information to departmental faculty and staff. The Graduate School relies on departments/programs to keep their directory up to date. To find out who should be updating your directory, check with your admissions coordinator or program chair.
Our Academic Programs
This list, called "Our Academic Programs" or "Major Areas of Study", includes all active graduate-level academic programs at UW-Madison. This page is frequented by prospective graduate students seeking more information about our programs. Within each page we link to the program website; provide contact information for admissions; list deadlines and admissions requirements, including whether or not the GRE is required; and give program statistical information on admissions, enrollment, student funding, and degrees.
Click here to explore Our Academic Programs. To keep your program's information up-to-date, click here.
Graduate School Catalog
Reminder: The Graduate School Catalog is undergoing its biannual update cycle. Please provide the identity of your program's catalog content editor to Jennifer Martin at email@example.com by January 31. More information about the Graduate School Catalog update cycle and timeline is available at https://kb.wisc.edu/gsadminkb/page.php?id=36437.
TRENDS IN HIGHER ED
The Almanac of Higher Education, 2013-14
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