|Wednesday, January 2||Spring I classes begin.|
|Friday, March 15||Spring I classes end.|
|Monday, March 18||Spring II classes begin.|
|Monday, March 18||Online Registration for Summer and Fall 2013 opens (anticipated).|
|Friday, March 22||Spring I grades due in Registrar’s Office (9:00 a.m.)|
|Wednesday, May 1||Grades due in Registrar’s Office for students who are graduating|
|Friday, June 7||Spring II classes end.|
|Friday, June 14||Spring II grades due in Registrar’s Office (9:00 a.m.)|
|Monday June 10||Summer classes begin.|
|Thursday, July 4||July 4th Holiday.|
|Friday, August 30||Summer classes end.|
|Monday, September 2||Labor Day Holiday|
|Friday, September 6||Grades due in Registrar’s Office (9:00 a.m.)|
The University reserves the right to make changes to the academic calendar as circumstances may require.
Take GC550 and receive a grade of B or better. If grade is less than B, the student will repeat the entire course or just a specific section showing an unsatisfactory performance.
End of spring semester: Choose thesis advisor. Formulate thesis research project.
Mid March Last day to submit preliminary examination proposal abstract and aims.
April 1 Approval of preliminary exam topic by Curriculum Committee
April 22 Preliminary Exam proposal due
Mid May Last day to take the preliminary examination.
End of May Last day for remediation of preliminary exam deficiencies
End of June Last day to form Thesis Research Committee. Thesis Advisor cannot be the Committee Chair and one member must be from outside the department. Start to write thesis research proposal.
End of September Last day to submit thesis research proposal to committee members.
Mid October Last day to have First Thesis Research Committee meeting.
Year 4 and beyond
Schedule two meetings with Thesis Research Committee. A Research in Progress presentation is not considered a committee meeting.
News & Events
Looking at the faces of those attending the annual 2013 WELCOME Faculty & Student Brunch there would have been no indication that Fall had arrived.....
An official WELCOME from the Cell & Developmental Biology Program is exstended to our new students....
Congratulations to Dr. Renato Iozzo for being appointed as Editor-In-Cheif of Matrix Biology