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Guidelines and Timelines for MS and PhD students
An immensely helpful document that was approved by the Executive Graduate Committee to assist faculty and students in navigating the graduate programs in Environmental Science and Policy.
MS Student Guidelines and Timelines:
PhD Student Guidelines and Timelines:
Forming a Committee
By the end of the fourth semester of course work, in consultation with your primary advisor, you MUST form a Dissertation Committee with at least four members for doctoral students and three members for master’s students.
Please contact Stephanie Lister (firstname.lastname@example.org) ESP Graduate and Undergraduate Programs Coordinator if you have any questions.
Objective: Recognizing that the research enterprise necessitates effective, attributed communication of original works by scholars, the faculty of the Department of Environmental Science & Policy outline below general guidelines for attribution of authorship for intellectual property. Because the definitions and appropriate order of authorship differ among the various disciplines and professional journals, as may standards for “substantial” and “scholarly efforts” or the extent to which authors must participate, students and faculty of the Department and their collaborators are encouraged to read and discuss these guidelines prior to entering into, at the inception of, and/or at critical stages of collaborative research and academic partnerships
As drafted by the ad hoc Committee on Authorship Issues, September 26, 2012 and minor revisions, November 2, 2012 – Approved by ESP Faculty November 6, 2012
Useful information for all students