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Graduate School Office

612-625-2809
gsdean@umn.edu
309 Johnston Hall
8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri)

STAFF DIRECTORY

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Plot a Course of Success

To keep pace with our ever-evolving world, the Graduate School is committed to providing you with new and exciting opportunities to expand your knowledge, develop your personal and professional skills, and ensure that you’re able to get the most out of your graduate education at the U of M.

Graduate Student Services & Progress (GSSP)

View degree completion steps, exam scheduling, thesis/dissertation submission and formatting, and the Graduate Planning & Audit System (GPAS)

Visit the GSSP website

Resources for Diverse Communities

"The Graduate School Diversity Office is committed to promoting and sustaining inclusive excellence in graduate education at the University, and to better serving our students in culturally specific and responsive ways."

-Yoji Shimizu, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Director of the Graduate School Diversity Office

Who the Diversity Office Serves

We provide underrepresented graduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents with the services and support they need plan and achieve their academic and professional goals.

Diverse Communities Directory

Discover the various groups and organizations that are committed to supporting underrepresented communities across the Graduate School.

Community of Scholars Program (COSP)

COSP supports Native Americans and graduate students of color who are underrepresented in academia by providing them with financial, academic, and professional opportunities.

Stay up to Date

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05. 17. 2021
One graduate student from each of four groups – arts and humanities, biological and life sciences, physical sciences and engineering, and social sciences and education – was chosen by faculty from the broad disciplinary area. Selections were based on the originality and importance of the research, as well as the potential for the student to make an unusually significant contribution to their field.
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04. 27. 2021
The SPARK eZine was created to generate conversations about the scholarship of graduate researchers who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color (BIPOC).
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04. 14. 2021
Devika Narayan's work has been an in-depth examination of the changing structure of markets, new digital platforms, and the emergent workplace structures that shape contemporary capitalism. 

Events

Sep 15 // 3:00pm to 4:30pm