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USF Graduate School Preliminary Annual Report

Summary: USF Graduate School
Preliminary Annual Report
Introduction from the Dean of the Graduate School
It is with great pleasure that I write this letter of introduction for the 2010-2011 annual report of the Graduate School. We
have had a very exciting year that included celebrating the 30th
anniversary of the Graduate School. The events we conduct-
ed during the year for faculty, staff, and students highlighted the growth of the graduate school to become the true hub of
graduate education at the University of South Florida--a Very High Research and Community-Engaged University. Through
our efforts in recruitment, marketing, admissions, academics, research, postdoctoral affairs, and finance and accounting we
truly are preparing present-day and future global leaders, one scholar at a time. I am most proud this year that we have been
asked to present our successful initiatives in revamping our Electronic Thesis and Dissertation process at national profession-
al meetings and we will be presenting the development and implementation of our Office of Postdoctoral Affairs at the up-
coming Council of Graduate Schools in July, 2011. We also presented our strategy for analyzing the National Research
Council data at the recent Institutes of Medicine meeting. I also am coordinating efforts for colleges to have faculty apply
for national awards such as the Gustave O. Arlt Award in the Humanities. It is important that our success is shared with na-
tional and international audiences. This year we also developed the Graduate School Webisode and gave the first Graduate
Faculty Mentor Awards.


Source: Arslan, Hüseyin - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida


Collections: Engineering