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Listed below are handouts and resources referred to during EEOB training sessions offered regularly by office staff.
The new Center for Communication Excellence offers free individual consultations with graduate writing consultants. Students working on their thesis or dissertation, journal article, research proposal, conference paper, poster presentation, etc. can make appointments with Disciplinary, Interdisciplinary, and English Writing Consultants. Students can also join graduate peer review groups, attend seminars and workshops, and access various other resources.
Animated publication of ISU's Lab Safety Manual
ISU discrimination and harassment policies
The Faculty Handbook is the official statement of Iowa State University policy governing the rights, responsibilities, and performance of faculty. This handbook contains information on state and federal policies, Board of Regent's policies, administrative policies, and policies approved by the Faculty Senate on behalf of the faculty.
Internal website for EEOB faculty, staff, and students. Houses departmental forms and information.
Provides guidance in the pursuit of a degree with the Interdepartmental Genetics and Genomics graduate program.
The information in this document will provide general guidance about important issues related to the academic careers of students in the BCB Graduate Program.
Handbook providing general guidance about important policies and procedures with Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Homepage of the ISU Student Counseling Services.
NSF's mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country.
Website with information regarding health insurance available to ISU students and scholars.
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This is the research guide for ecology, evolution and organismal biology.
The Graduate College Handbook is an ever-changing document due to updates in university policies and programs.
Graduate College graduation information and requirements.
Overview of Graduate College Graduation Deadlines
A list of awards and fellowships available through the Graduate College.
The program coordinates and implements opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral associates to master the necessary communication skills as they move toward the attainment of their academic and career goals.
CELT's mission is to support, promote, and enhance teaching effectiveness and student learning; encourage scholarship of teaching and learning; communicate the importance of teaching and learning to both internal and external audiences; and serve as a catalyst for learning-centered education.
The PFF program supplements departmental graduate preparation by offering new teaching, mentoring, and learning possibilities, which give postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D. students, and master’s students further credentialing for a competitive academic job market.
EEOB Graduate Student Organization facilitates the exchange of ideas between EEOB graduate students and faculty and provides a forum for multidisciplinary thinking and discussion among the many sub-disciplines within the EEOB Department. It provides an organization through which graduate student concerns can be voiced to the faculty. The EEOB Graduate Student Organization enhances graduate education by sponsoring short field trips, as well as guest lectures invited to Iowa State University.
The purpose of GREBE (Graduate Research in Evolutionary Biology and Ecology) is to promote interaction and sharing of ideas among graduate students and faculty of the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) interdepartmental graduate program.
The Program for Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) was founded in 1986 by a group of ISU faculty and staff concerned about the underrepresentation and underutilization of women in science and engineering. WiSE staff members collaborate with others on programming to increase the participation of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.