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Forms

STT forms for graduate students. Click on the links below to access the forms.

Annual Progress Report for MS students (Plan A)

Annual Progress Report for MS students (Plan A): With Thesis

Annual Progress Report for MS students (Plan B)

Annual Progress Report for MS students (Plan B): No Thesis

Annual Progress Report for PhD Students

Every 12 months, the faculty advisor and the graduate student will complete the form "Annual Progress Report for Ph.D. Students” and then submit to the Graduate Director by April 20 of each year. The faculty advisor and graduate student will meet to discuss this evaluation and, if applicable, sources of funding. The faculty advisor and the graduate student will sign the completed annual progress report, which will be submitted to the graduate director and will be uploaded to the student’s GradPlan. 

Annual Guidance Committee Report for PhD Students

The guidance committee will review at least once every 18 months the PhD student’s progress in their research or creative activity, as well as plans for work in the coming year by completing the “Annual Guidance Committee Report.” This review will be signed by the members of the guidance committee and by the graduate student. It will be filed with the graduate director and placed in the graduate student’s file together with any response the graduate student may attach to the report of the guidance committee.

news

July 28, 2022 Remembering Dr. Jim Stapleton

Dr. James Stapleton, much admired professor and friend, passed away on June 17, 2022.  

July 19, 2022 Summer Internship News 2022

A summer internship is an important way to gain valuable knowledge outside the college classroom. This summer, some of our STT PhD candidates have earned the opportunity to intern with organizations and companies across the country.

July 14, 2022 2020-2021 Harkness Award for Outstanding Teaching

PhD candidates Sarah Manski and Sumegha Premchandar were recently presented with the 2020-2021 William L. Harkness Award for outstanding teaching by a graduate student. The award is made possible by a generous gift from William Harkness, a doctoral alumnus of the Statistics and Probability department. Recipients are chosen for their remarkable teaching based on student evaluations and faculty observations of teaching.

July 7, 2022 2022 PhD Graduates

Congratulations to our 2022 PhD Graduates

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