Martha Biondi, an associate professor of African-American studies and history and director of graduate studies for the Department of African-American Studies at Northwestern University, chronicles this little-told chapter in recent history in The Black Revolution on Campus (California Press, August 2012).
What does DGS stand for?
DGS stands for Director of Graduate Studies (various university departments)
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We have 146 other meanings of DGS in our Acronym Attic
- Digeorge Syndrome
- Digital Goods Seller (web program)
- Digital Government Society
- Digital Station
- Dikey Gecis Sinavi (Turkish: Vertical Transfer Examination)
- Diminished Gluteal Syndrome (King of the Hill)
- Diocesan Girls' School
- Diocese of the Good Shepherd
- Direction Générale de la Santé (French: General Directorate of Health)
- Direction Générale des Services (French: General Directorate of Services)
- Director-General of Security
- Directory Generation System
- Discount Gun Sales
- Distributed Ground Station
- Distributed Ground System
- Distribution Gestion Service (French: Distribution Management Service)
- Division of General Services
- Dog Gone Seattle (Seattle, WA)
- Douglas (Amtrak station code; Douglas, WY)
- Dragon Go Surfer (online computer game)
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Boym is a professor and inaugural director of Graduate Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, which has supported the project through Faculty Research Grants.
She was director of graduate studies from 2002 to 2003 and director of graduate studies and admissions from 2003 to 2007.
Hanks is associate professor of Strategic and Organizational Leadership and director of Graduate Studies in Human Resources at the Jon M.
Prof Chris Atkin, director of graduate studies and research at Hope, said: "To be part of a successful multi-million pound research project funded by one of the UK's major research councils is just the best news.
Morreale is director of graduate studies in communication at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.
Professor Dennis' previous experience also includes serving as dean of the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon; director of Graduate Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota, and as the founding director of the Media Studies Center at Columbia University, which he led while also serving as the senior vice president of the Gannett and Freedom Forum Foundations.