Graduate Student Resources
For campus-wide resources available to all graduate students, including housing and childcare resources, scholarships, professional development programs, and the 3 Minute Research Presentation program, see the Graduate College website.
All School of Earth & Sustainability Programs
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If you have questions about anything to do with your degree, don’t suffer in confusion! Check out the resources below, and also feel free to reach out to any of:
- your thesis advisor
- Tracy Tiedemann, Graduate Program Coordinator
- Ryan Porter, Chair, GLG Graduate Program
- Diana Stuart, Chair, ESP Graduate Program
- Nick McKay, Chair, PhD Graduate Program
- John Fegyveresi, Director, CSS Program
- Grad student leaders from your program can also help you find the right person to talk to for your issue and comfort level
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All PoS forms are managed by the Graduate College; a full list for each year is here. You may use the PoS from any of the years when you are in your program (e.g., the year you started or the year you are graduating). Note to MS GLG and ESP students: you can find additional guidance on completing your PoS in your Handbook.
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See deadlines and instructions on the Graduate College website. Typically the deadline is December 1 for Spring graduation.
Preparing for and scheduling your defense and thesis submission Accordion Closed
- Carefully read through all deadlines and procedures set by the Graduate College here and review the guidelines and timelines for thesis submission in your program Handbook.
- Contact the SES Graduate Program Coordinator to verify that your desired defense time does not conflict with another SES defense, and to book a room. The Coordinator will add your defense to the SES Events, Defenses, Deadlines google calendar.
- Create a pdf file that can be emailed to the department and students that includes the following information:
- Date/day of defense
- Thesis committee chair and members
- Send announcement to: SES.Admin@nau.edu 7-10 days before your event, so it can be emailed out. INCLUDE THE TITLE of your defense IN THE BODY AND SUBJECT OF THE EMAIL as well as the pdf attachment. This will ensure that interested faculty and students hear about your project. Please cc your advisor and all committee members on the email.
- At your defense, your committee will fill out the Oral Defense Form Part 1 and your advisor will turn it in.
- When your required thesis edits are completed, your advisor (and possibly committee members) will fill out and submit the Oral Defense Form Part 2.
- You can then submit your thesis!
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Managed by the School:
Managed by the Graduate College:
Full list here.