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Kenneth J. Gerhardt Senior Associate Dean Academic Affairs. Graduate School Overview. New Faculty Orientation August 17, 2011. University of Florida Graduate School. ( after October, 2011). Graduate School Administration

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    1. Kenneth J. Gerhardt Senior Associate Dean Academic Affairs Graduate School Overview New Faculty Orientation August 17, 2011

    2. University of Florida Graduate School (after October, 2011)

    3. Graduate School Administration Henry T. Frierson Associate Vice President & Dean Kenneth J. Gerhardt Senior Associate Dean  Academic Affairs Laurence Alexander Associate Dean  Student Programs & Support Karen Bradley Associate Director

    4. Organization of Graduate Education President & Provost The Graduate School Colleges Departments & Schools Graduate Coordinators Graduate Staff

    5. Graduate Education 2009/2010

    6. The Role of the Graduate School • Upholds general standards of graduate admissions, scholarship and graduation • Develops and coordinates procedures to implement Graduate Council policies • Aids graduate programs at the department and college levels with education, research, recruitment and retention • Certifies students for graduation and conferral of degrees • Maintains GIMS (Graduate Information Management System) interactive database, website, digital filing system and listservs for graduate administrators, faculty, staff and students

    7. The Role of the Graduate School • Reviews, processes and archives theses and dissertations via electronic submission • Coordinates the graduate curriculum development proposal process • Edits and publishes the Graduate Catalog • Administers the Graduate School Fellowship, Grinter Awards and Doctoral Mentoring Awards programs

    8. Types of Graduate Degree Programs Master’s degrees Specialty degrees Doctoral degree Specialist in Education Doctor of Philosophy Engineer Doctor of Education Doctor of Audiology Doctor of Plant Medicine Doctor of Nursing Practice

    9. Graduate Faculty Serve on thesis and dissertation committees Chair, co-chair, member, external Graduate faculty status appointments Initiated by department Recommended by faculty vote Approved by Graduate School Evidence of research/scholarship is key Must be willing to serve as external on doctoral committees across campus

    10. Doctoral Mentoring Awards Annual awardgiven to five graduate faculty members. • Encourages and rewards • excellence, innovation and effectiveness in mentoring. Doctoral and Master of Fine Arts mentors are eligible Award: $3,000 for the faculty member, plus $1,000 to support his/her students.