- Application to the Graduate Faculty
School of Medicine faculty interested in training PhD students are required to become members of the University Graduate Faculty. Applications will be reviewed by the School of Medicine Graduate Council on the following dates for 2021:
Monday, January 25, 2021 Monday, April 26, 2021 Monday, August 30, 2021
- Monday, October 25, 2021
All application materials should be submitted at least 3 weeks prior to the meeting date.
Guidelines and Instructions
- Mentoring Resources
- The Center for Mentoring serves as a central resource to support professional excellence by encouraging growth and development of faculty as mentors, scholars, and teachers.
- The National Research Mentoring Network is an excellent resource for mentoring material, as well as information about various programs they run such as mentor training, mentee training, facilitator training, grant writing coaching.
- Nature article that discusses a survey of over 6000 graduate students is an eye-opener to the turbulent nature of doctoral research.
By becoming more effective mentors and mentees, faculty can strengthen professional interactions with colleagues, advance the mission of scholarship, and foster connections with students which prepare them for success at Pitt and for lives of impact beyond campus.
For Current Students
The University of Pittsburgh reinforces its commitment to graduate students through policies and regulations that ensure open communication among faculty and students as well as fair and equitable treatment.
- Professional Resources
- Vice-Provost for Graduate Studies
- Graduate Student Parental Accommodation Guidelines
- Mentoring Resources
- Office of Disability Resources & Services
- Office of Academic Career Development, Health Sciences
- Office of Health Sciences Diversity
- Office of International Services
- Pitt Commons - building community through mentoring and purposeful connections
- Title IX at Pitt
- Travel Awards
- University of Pittsburgh Graduate Student Resources
- Health Wellness, and Resilience Resources
- School of Medicine Mental Health Team
- University Counseling Center
- University Counseling Center: TAO (Therapy Assistance Online) and teletherapy
- Care and Resource Support (CARS)
- Student Health Services: Virtual Wellness Workshops
- Exercise & Fitness
- Student Health Service
- Health Insurance
- NIH-OITE prior workshops (e.g. resilience, stress management, etc.)
- Submit an Incident Report
- Living Resources
For Program Coordinators
- Non-Degree Applications
Please have prospective students fill the Non-Degree Application. Coordinators will need to collect completed forms from students, review the forms, and then email these completed forms to Lauren Zielinski in the Office of Graduate Studies.
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