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DoGS Summits

The DoGS Summit is an opportunity to welcome new DoGS into their role and assist all DoGS in learning about DoGS’ function and potential, current Graduate School initiatives, and changes to University & Graduate School policies, procedures, and programs.

DoGS Summits are generally held in August, before the beginning of the Academic Year. Information about the 2022-2023 Summit will be posted as it is available.

Past Summit Documents

2019-2020 DoGS Summit

August 13, 2019 | Olpin Union Building

Welcome & Grad School Initiatives - Dave Kieda
Grad Student & DoGS Resources - Danny Nelson
Academic Misconduct, Academic Action, Discrimination & FERPA - Kelley Marsden & Robert Payne
ISSS Presentation - Chelsea Wells
Introduction TO BIT - Ulysses Tonga’onevai

2018-2019 DoGS Summit

August 16, 2018 | Crocker Science Center

DoGS Roles, Responsibilities, and Resources - Dave Kieda
DoGS Web Resources - Dave Kieda
DoGS HandbookDave Kieda & Katie Ullman
International Student ForumChalimar Swain
Difficult Conversations & Conflicts of Interest - Mary Anne Berzins
University Policy & Legal SituationsKelley Marsden
Career Development for Graduate Students - Francine Mahak
Last Updated: 7/14/22