Organizational and Delivery Models
Graduate Student Orientation Guidelines - a draft of a document produced by the Advising Graduate & Professional Students Community.
Bibliography provided by Jennifer Bloom, University of Illinois:
- Gordon, V. N., (2002) 'Meeting the Needs of Tomorrow's Learners and Tomorrow's Workplace' in Academic Advising: A Comprehensive Handbook . Note: This touches on older students, but doesn't talk very specifically about grad/prof students.
- McGuire, P. P. (1998, April). The Ph.D.: To pursue or not to pursue,that's the question . Academic Advising News, XX (2), 1, 14.
- McGuire, P. P. (1998, April). Advising graduate students commission: Graduate advising guidelines . Academic Advising News, XX (2), 13-14.
- Schnieder, A. (1998, October 23). Harvard faces the aftermath of a graduate student's suicide.The Chronicle of Higher Education , p. A12.
- Selke, M. J. & Wong, T. D. (1993). The mentoring-empowered model: Professional role functions in graduate student advisement.NACADA Journal, 13 (2), 21-26.
M. J. (1994, February). Attrition from doctoral programs in education:
Insight for graduate faculty members. Paper presented as the
annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Detroit,
Michigan. Note: contact Jenny Bloom for copy of this presentation.
For Advisors of Graduate and Professional Students:
For Graduate and Professional Students:
COVID-19 Information and Resources:
The Advising Community on Graduate & Professional Students has compiled information and resources for our community members and friends as you explore new approaches in providing your students with guidance and support during the COVID-19 pandemic. Given that the roles and responsibilities of our community members and friends vary significantly in addition to the fact that some of you advise both graduate and undergraduate students, we have also included resources that would be helpful in advising undergraduate students as well. Admittedly, there is a lot of information and resources to assist you in navigating this difficult and unprecedented time. You will also notice that there is some overlap of information and resources provided through the various platforms. Do not feel as though you have to review and master all content included.
- The Career Leadership Collective offers The New Forward, which is a FREE online news and practical strategies series designed to help college and university career services staff adapt in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Additional information can be found on the following website: https://www.careerleadershipcollective.com/new-forward.
- The Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) created an "Information for CGS Members on Coronavirus" resource webpage hub (https://cgsnet.org/information-cgs-members-coronavirus). It was designed to provide information on COVID-19 that may be relevant to your graduate programs and students.
- The Higher Education Mental Health Alliance (HEMHA) COVID-19 Resources webpage is accessible via the following link: https://hemha.org/covid-19-resources?fbclid=IwAR1hgW0Cu25FLXB6JSgToUTrhsSQ-lYuznIPTbyiJb5DNuUBPxhskKvfsfo.
- The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice created a series of guides and resources to support your work with students, which is accessible on their website at https://hope4college.com/.
- NAFSA: Association of International Educators created the Coronavirus Critical Resources webpage: https://www.nafsa.org/regu.../coronavirus-critical-resources.
- NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising has compiled a list of Academic Advising Resources in Response to COVID-19: https://nacada.ksu.edu/Resources/Clearinghouse/COVID-Resources.aspx.
- The following links are to google docs that have been created to provide information and resources as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please note that some information included on these google docs might be departmental, institutional, or state specific and are provide as an exemplar.
- Recordings to various online discussions are accessible below:
- Facebook groups that I would recommend joining: