Are you planning on applying for a Master program in the U.S?
On May 8, the U.S. embassy will host a free of charge “getting into graduate school in the U.S.” seminar in Tromsø (See time/date/place below).
Speakers will include:
Dr. Kristin Williams
Assistant Provost for Graduate Enrollment Management,
The George Washington University
During her 30 years in higher education, Dr. Williams has worked in recruitment and admissions, curriculum development, grants management, alumni relations, and student services. Following several years at the University of Missouri-Columbia and Stephens College, she joined The George Washington University in 1986, where her roles have included serving as Director of Administrative Operations for the Columbian School of Arts & Sciences and as Assistant Dean for Health Sciences Programs in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences. In the latter role, she helped develop and launch GW”s graduate physical therapy program and several distance education degree programs for health sciences professionals.
Dr. Williams helped revise the second edition of the Council of Graduate Schools’ policy handbook for graduate deans, An Essential Guide to Graduate Admissions, and her articles on graduate enrollment management have appeared in NAGAP’s newsmagazine, Perspectives, and in the Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers publication, College and University.
Mr. Kelly McKowen
Kelly McKowen is currently a Program Officer at the U.S.-Norway Fulbright Foundation. He has a B.A. in Literary Arts and International Relations from Brown University, and moved to Norway in 2010 to undertake research at the University of Oslo as a Fulbright graduate student. In fall 2012, he will begin a PhD program in anthropology at Princeton University.
Date: Tuesday May 8
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Place: Tromsø Hovedbibliotek (eventyrrommet)
RSVP: by May 2 to LindblomAC@state.gov (you will receive a confirmation email)