Academics

A Transformative Graduate Education

Our programs help you reach across disciplinary boundaries to change the way we think about graduate education.

Graduate students and student presentations in Crowdsourcing class.

Graduate Student studying in the Graduate Life Center Reading Room

What Do You Need to Graduate?

Whether you’re completing a thesis or taking a comprehensive exam, here's everything you need to complete your degree.

Academic Support

We offer training for students who want to teach at the college level, professional development courses, assistance with writing academic papers, and other resources to help you succeed.

Upcoming Defenses

  • Donald Rogers (MA, PHIL) Donald Wayne Rogers (MA, PHIL)
    5/25/20 1:00 PM
    On Covering: Queerness
    @ 225 Major Williams Hall
  • Byung-Jun Kim (PHD, STAT) Byung-Jun Kim (PHD, STAT)
    6/1/20 2:00 PM
    Semiparametric & Nonparametric Methods for Complex Data
    @ 418A Hutcheson Hall
  • Yunnan Xu (PHD, STAT) Yunnan Xu (PHD, STAT)
    6/4/20 10:00 AM
    Statistical Methods for In-session Hemodialysis Monitoring
    @ CR 1 Hutcheson Hall
  • Xiaomeng Zhang (PHD, ECSG) Xiaomeng Zhang (PHD, ECSG)
    6/8/20 10:00 AM
    Experiential and Neurobiological Influences on Economic Preferences and Risky Decision Making
    @ 3016 Pamplin Hall

The latest theses and dissertations by our students

Explore the latest theses and dissertations showcasing graduate students' research and scholarship. Read award-winning work by our students.