Ph.D. Academic Forms, Advising Resources and Feedback

Registration Forms:

Diversity Advisors:

  • Dr. Dani Bassett (I am particularly passionate about supporting gender minorities in STEM, including transgender, non-binary, genderqueer, and genderfluid people as well as those who identify as women.)
  • Dr. Cesar de la Fuente Nunez (Underrepresented minorities in science and engineering, English as a second language, Spanish-speaking scientists)
  • Dr. Riccardo Gottardi (first generation, international, gay, cis, pronouns: he/him)
  • Dr. Michelle Johnson ( I am a black woman who is Caribbean and naturalized citizen originally from Jamaica and am passionate about supporting students who feel marginalized. I do feel I can best relate to underrepresented minorities and women, but understand that I have had experience as an immigrant making her way in the US so can speak to this as well)
  • Dr. David Lydon-Staley  (cis male, gay, first-generation college student, resident alien)
  • Dr. Avery Posey  (first-generation college student/graduate student, African American, Native American, and LGBTQ)

Helpful Scheduling Tools for All Exam and Committee Meetings:

Qualifying Exam Forms:

Dissertation Proposal Forms:

Doctoral Dissertation Defense:

*The above three forms must be approved by the Graduate Group Chair and the Associate Dean in room 111 Towne prior to your appointment to deposit your dissertation. If you have questions about these forms or need assistance preparing the forms please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator in room 240 Skirkanich Hall.