Graduate Faculty

Graduate faculty members meet rigorous requirements and demonstrate independence in scholarship, research, or creative work. They have a high degree of expertise and the ability to make significant contributions in their field.

The graduate faculty conduct the graduate degree programs of the university. They teach graduate courses, advise graduate students, serve on graduate student supervisory committees, and serve on the Graduate Council.

Types of graduate faculty membership and criteria for membership are outlined in Chapter 5 of the Graduate Handbook.

Graduate faculty nomination procedures