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Term Ending 2012

Chris M. Golde

Chris M. Golde, Stanford University

Chris M. Golde is the associate vice provost for Graduate Education at Stanford University. A graduate of Brown University, Golde earned her MA in Student Personnel Administration at Columbia University as well as an MA. in Sociology and her PhD in Education from Stanford University. She went on to join the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Department of Educational Administration. Prior to her work at Stanford, Golde worked as a Senior Scholar for the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, playing a leadership role in the Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate (CID). Her scholarly interests include doctoral student attrition, the doctoral student experience, the influence of disciplinary differences in graduate education, and improving graduate programs. Her publications include the influential report At Cross Purposes: What the Experiences of Today’s Doctoral Students Reveal about Doctoral Education, with Timothy Dore. Her CID work included two books. She co-edited a volume of essays, Envisioning the Future of Doctoral Education: Preparing Stewards of the Discipline, co-authored The Formation of Scholars: Rethinking Doctoral Education for the 21st Century, and was a chapter contributor in the National Resource Center’s monograph Graduate Students in Transition: Assisting Students Through the First Year. In her administrative role at Stanford, she has the opportunity to put research findings into practice by developing programs, shaping policy, and consulting with students and faculty.

 

 

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