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Information for Graduate Students

The information and advice offered here is Breck's opinion only and not the policy of UVM or the Rubenstein School unless noted as such.

UVM Graduate College homepage

UVM Graduate College general infomartion and forms

Rubenstein School Graduate Program Information

Rubenstein School MSc Information and Guidelines (as of Fall 2008)

Rubenstein School PhD Information and Guidelines (as of Spring 2005)

 

Breck's take on applying to graduate school

Breck's summary of major milestones for your graduate student tenure

Breck's recommendations and guidelines for Project Proposals

Breck's recommendations and guidelines for MS Written Comprehensive Exams

Breck's recommendations and guidelines for PhD Written Comprehensive Exams

Guidance on expected number of journal paper requirement in Ph.D. disserations

RSENR GSAB Graduate Student Guide to Aiken

Useful guidelines for Group Authored Papers

Suggested statistics courses for graduate students

General funding opportunities:

ORISE - great summary of opportunities for all levels: undergrad, grad, and post-doc
NSF graduate fellowship information
EPA graduate fellowship information, including STAR and GRO

UVM Risk Management web site, including Field Trip safety information

Making an effective poster presentation (useful link)

Scientifically Speaking: Tips for Preparing and Delivering Scientific Talks and Using Visual Aids (useful link)

You've graduated. What now? The AAAS Career Basics guide has some useful ideas.

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