Graduate Faculty Listings

Graduate faculty are elected by the Graduate Council upon recommendation by the department or school chairs and the academic deans. Graduate faculty may be granted regular or associate status. Regular graduate faculty may be granted one of three levels that differ in responsibilities. Regular level 1 graduate faculty may teach graduate courses in their specialization and serve as members of master's and specialist's committees only and may not chair any committees. Regular level 2 graduate faculty may teach graduate courses in their specialization, serve and/or chair master's specialist's committees, and may serve on doctoral committees. Regular level 3 graduate faculty may teach graduate courses in their specialization, serve and/or chair master's, specialist's, and/or doctoral committees. Graduate faculty granted regular 1, 2, and 3 status are reviewed every five years for renewal. Associate graduate faculty may be appointed on an annual basis or may be given a 3 year term, Associate Faculty may teach graduate courses in their specialization and/or serve on master's, specialist's and/or doctoral committees. Click on the "Graduate Faculty Status Recommendation Forms" below for the specific appointment criteria.

Regular Graduate Faculty

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Associate Graduate Faculty

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Faculty Status Recommendation Forms

Click here for Graduate Faculty Status Recommendation Forms.