Graduate Faculty Resources


The graduate faculty nomination process is now electronic.  College Deans, department chairs and their proxies have access to the eGFA (electronic Graduate Faculty Appointment) system.  For additional information and instructions visit our Graduate Faculty web pages.  The main Graduate School contact for Graduate Faculty information is Annette Parks.

To be engaged in graduate education, faculty must be members of the Graduate Faculty. The main responsibilities of the members of the Graduate Faculty are to teach graduate students effectively, to do scholarly research and creative work of high quality, and to direct the research of graduate students.

Information regarding the Course and Curriculum process is located on the Provost's website.

In certain circumstances, a program may request one-time approval to offer a course prior to approval through the Course and Curriculum process. Requests must be in writing to Dr. Katherine Hall-Hertel, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, and include the course name, instructor, time and day of the course, brief description and enrollment number.

Additional web links for Graduate Faculty: