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    • Angela Amedee, Interim Dean of Graduate Studies, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
    • Xuemei May Cheng, Dean of Graduate Studies, Bryn Mawr College
    • Krista Chronister, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies, University of Oregon
    • Kevin FitzGerald, Interim Dean of the Graduate School, Creighton University
    • Susan Forquer Gupta, Interim Associate Provost, Monmouth University
    • Jon Hakkila, Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate School, The University of Alabama in Huntsville
    • Debra Hope, Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Graduate Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    • Michelle Kiec, Vice Provost of Extended and Lifelong Learning and Dean of Graduate Studies, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
    • Janet Lenaghan, Interim Provost, Hofstra University
    • Tracy Love-Geffen, Dean of Graduate Studies, San Diego State University
    • Angela Lueking, Vice Chancellor for Research and Dean of the Graduate School, Montana Technological University
    • Susan Marine, Vice Provost for Graduate Education, Merrimack College
    • David Robinson, Interim Executive Vice President and Provost, Oregon Health and Science University
    • Yamaya (Maya) Sosa Machado, Director of Graduate Studies, Minnesota State University Moorhead
    • J. Michael Tyler, Associate Provost of Graduate and Online Education, Valparaiso University
    • Amy Warren, Interim Associate Vice-President (Academic) and Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Memorial University




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