Student Handbook: information for students including admissions, funding, grievance procedures, professional development, and graduation.
Learning Plans are a tool to help students plan their coursework and research for timely completion of program requirements, due before the end of second semester.
Individual Development Plan: designed to help you self-assess and set goals
“Cross training” breadth requirements. It is not exclusive nor complete, only a sample of what previous students have taken. Ask the Program Chair or your advisor if you have questions.
Professional Development Grants of up to $300 are available for all Agroecology students (one award per student, please) to help offset registration or travel costs. note: these awards are not for research.
Warrant for Graduation: At least three weeks before you expect your final thesis or public practice defense, you need to request a “warrant” from the Graduate School by filling out this form.
Post Defense Assessment: Given to your committee at your defense. Confidentially returned to the Graduate Coordinator.
Make sure you are aware of all degree deadlines