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Revised Feb 2010 Instructions for Applying for Continued Financial Support for Graduate Students
 

Summary: Revised Feb 2010
Instructions for Applying for Continued Financial Support for Graduate Students
Department of Genetics, University of Georgia
Continued financial support of graduate students requires evidence of satisfactory progress toward your
degree. Your application will be judged on the following criteria: your academic record, recommendation
letters, and proposed research plans. Second year students and above will be judged additionally on their
research accomplishments and reports from their committee meetings. Advanced students should
ordinarily have completed their written exam by the end of their second year and have completed their
oral qualifying exam and have been admitted to Ph. D candidacy by the end of their third year to be
considered for further financial support.
In order to be considered for continued support, all graduate students must provide complete
applications to Janice Lunsford by March 8.
A completed application packet will include the following material:
1. An up-to-date graduate student profile sheet. A copy of your current profile will be provided by Janice
Lunsford. Please update and return to Janice by March 1 so that your revised profile can be included with
your application.
2. A completed Annual Progress Report, which consists of two parts: Part I is to be filled out by you; Part II
is to be filled out by three faculty recommenders who will comment on your progress. For second year
students and above, these recommendations should be from your committee members who are members of
the UGA graduate faculty. For first year students, recommendations may come from instructors of classes

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology