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VISION, MISSION, VALUES STATEMENT
Adopted by the University Board of Trustees ‘
April 1, 2003 ,
ISION
he University of Kentucky will be one of the nation's 20 best public research universities, an institution recognized world—wide for .
-xcellence in teaching, research, and service and a catalyst for intellectual, social, cultural, and economic development.
ISSION ‘ ‘
he University of Kentucky is a public, research-extensive, land grant university dedicated to enriching people's lives through V
' xcellence in teaching, research, and service. ..
he University of Kentucky:
' ‘ Facilitates learning, informed by scholarship and research. u
' Expands knowledge through research, scholarship and creative activity.
' Serves a global community by disseminating, sharing and applying knowledge. ‘
he University, as the flagship institution, plays a critical leadership role for the Commonwealth by promoting human and economic I
nevelopment that improves lives within Kentucky's borders and beyond. The University models a diverse community characterized , .
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' Integrity « .
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' Diversity of thought, culture, gender, and ethnicity
° Personal and institutional responsibility and accountability
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GraduateAdmission............................................................. 12
E GeneralRegulations 18
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Generaiinformation 34
Degree Requirements 37 “
Directors of Graduate Studies 42
Graduate Degree Programs 44 y
OtherGraduateCourses..................................................... 137 *
GraduateCertificates 139 ,7
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index 146 -
Campus Map 150 I ..
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publication of this Bulletin.
- 2004 First Summer Session or reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can
. Withdraw or reduce course load after this date only for “urgent i.
October 31, 2003—Friday—Deadline for international applica- non-academic reasons." i
tions to be submitted to the Graduate School for 2004 Sum- May 26—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the Graduate I
mer SChOOI School for readmission, post-baccalaureate Status, and Vis- ‘
' April 9—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission to a pro- iting student status for the 2004 Second Summer Session in ‘
gram in the Graduate School for the 2004 Summer Sessions. order to register before the beginning of classes and avoid I
Applications for readmission, post—baccalaureate status, and late fee ‘
" visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline. May 31—Monday—Memorlal Day _ Academic Holiday
April 28—Wednesday—I-Deadline for applying to the Graduate June 2—Wednesday—Last day for doctoral candidates for an I
School for readmISSion, post-baccalaureate status, and V'IS‘ August degree to submit a Notification of Intent to schedule a
I iting student status for the 2004 First Summer SSSSion in final examination in the Graduate School .
order to register May 6 and avoid late fee I
. . June 3*—Thursday——Last day for reinstatement of students
I. , May 4-1OI—Tuesday through Monday—First Summer SeSSIon cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or housing
registration and add/drop continue forstudents enrolled In the and dining fees. Requires payment of fees and may require
. 2004 89""9 Semester payment of a reinstatement fee.
May 10-—Monday—Registration for new students June 8—Tuesday—Finai Examinations
May 10—Monday—Payment deadline for payment 0“ registra- June 8——Tuesday—End of the 2004 First Summer Session
tion fees and/or housing and dining . I I . .
I . June 11—Friday—Final deadline for sumeSSion of grades to
May 11—Tuesday—Last day a student may othCIally drop a the Registrar's Office by 12 noon
course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for I. _
u a full refund of fees These dates are subject to change.
May 11—Tuesday—First day of Classes 2004 second Summer seSSion
May 1.1‘12“T“95day through Fridéy—Late ’egiSt’afion Tor ‘9' October 31, 2003—Friday—«Deadline for international applica-
turning students not already registered and new applicants tionS to be submitted to the Graduate School for 2004 Sum-
, .I cleared late for admission. A late fee is assessed students mer School
who register late. A II 9—F 'd D dl' f I I f d I I t
. pri ri ay—— ea me or app ylng ora mISSIon o a pro-
May 12—Wednesday—Last day to enter an organized class for gram in the Graduate School for the 2004 Summer Sessions.
the 2004 F'rSt Summer Sessmn Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and
May 12—-Wednesday-—Last day to officially withdraw from the visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline.
University or reduce course load and receive an 80 percent May 4_ June 9—Tuesday through Wednesday—Second Sum-
refund mer Session registration and add/drop continue for Students
May 12—Wednesday~—Last day for students in the Employee enrolled in the 2004 Spring Semester
. Educational Program to submit EEP form to Human Re- May 19_ June 9—Wednesday through Wednesday—Second
" y ’ sources Sgw'ces for tumor] defrayal for the 2004 F'rSt Sum- registration and add/drop for students who entered the Uni-
i ’ AI mer SeSSIon versity in the 2004 First Summer Session
' Mt‘y 17~Monday—Last day t9 drop a course WithOUt it appear- May 26——Wednesday——Deadline for applying to the Graduate
' Ing on the Students transcript School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and Vis-
May 17—Monday—Last day to change grading option (pass/fail iting student status for the 2004 Second Summer Session in
__ ‘ to lettergrade orletter grade to pass/fail; creditto audit oraudit order to register before the beginning of classes and avoid
to credit) in college dean's Office late fee .
» ‘- . . . ~— — for doctoral candidates for an
May 18—Tuesday—Last day tO offICIally Withdraw from the June 2 Wednesday Last day” .
University or reduce course load and receive a 50 percent August degree to submlta Notification of Intent to schedule a
~ refund final examination in the Graduate School
June B—Tuesday—Registration for EveningNVeekend and new
, May 19-June 9—Wednesday through Wednesday—Second graduate students
- Summer Session registration and add/drop for students who June 9—wednesday_Registrafion for new students
entered the UniverSIty in the 2004 First Summer Session June 9—Wednesday—Payment deadline for registration fees
. . May 24»—Wednesday~—Midterm Of2004 First Summer Session and/or housing and dining fees
_ May 26—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw fromthe University June 10—Thursday—Last day a Student may Officially drop a
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 course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for August 5~Thursday——Final Examinations -c
a f”” refund 0f fees August 9—Monday~—Final deadline for submission of grades _ _
June 10—Thursday—First day of classes to the Registrar‘s Office by 12 noon , ‘ ‘ .
June 10-11—Thursday through Friday—Late registration for ”These dates are subject to change.
returning students not already registered and new applicants
cleared late for admission. A late fee is assessed students 2004 FALL SEMESTER
who register late. February 1—Saturday—Deadline for international applications ,I "
Juneit—Monday—Last day to enter an organized class forthe to be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2004 Fall “
2004 Second Summer Session Semester ‘ -.
June 11—Monday-Last day to officially withdraw from the April 15—Tuesday—Deadline for applying with college deans , S
University or reduce course load and receive an 80 percent for reinstatement aftera second academic suspension forthe ‘
refund 2004 Fall Semester
June 11—Friday—Last day for students in the Employee Edu- June 15—Sunday—Deadline for international applications to Q g .
cational Program to submit EEP form to Human Resource be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2005 Spring ‘
Services for tuition waiver for the 2004 Second Summer Semester =9
Sessron July 18-Sunday—Deadline for applying for admission to a , '
June 15-—~Tuesday——Deadline for international applications to program in the Graduate School for the 2004 Fall Semester.
be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2005 Spring Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and ,
Semester visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline.
June 21 ———Monday—Last day to drop a course without it appear- July 23-29—Friday through Thursday—Add/Drop for registered ’
ing on the student's transcript students .
June 21—Monday—Last day to change grading option (pass/ August4—Wednesday—Last day for students in the Employee '
fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or Educational Program registered through August 4 to submit — ~
audit to credit) EEP form to Human Resource Services to confirm 2004 Fall a (
June 24—Thursday—Last day to officially withdraw from the Semester registration and tumon waiver ‘ -
University or reduce course load and receive a 50 percent August5—Thursday—Payment deadline for payment of regis-
refund tration fees and/or housing and dining fees 2‘
June 25—Friday-«Last dayforfiling an application for an August August 11—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the Gradu- , ‘
degree in college dean‘s office ate School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status. and
July 1*—Thursday—-—Last day for reinstatement of students vrsrting student status for the 2004 Fall Semester'in order to :
cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or housing register before the beg'“”'”9 0f classes and avord late fee ,_
and dining fees. Requires payment of fees and may require August 17-23—Tuesday through Monday—Fall registration for \. '
payment of a reinstatement fee students who entered the University in either the 2004 First
July SaMonday—lndependence Day—Academic Holiday Summer 3955'0” 0" Second Summer Sessron ‘ r
July 8—Thursday—Midterm of 2004 Second Summer Session AUQUSH7'23_ Tuesday through Monday—Registration for new . ‘
, , _ program graduate students ,
July 14~Wednesday—Last day to Withdraw from the Unrversrty , '
or reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can AQQUSI‘ 18-21—Wednesday “"0th Friday—Add/ Drop for reg- ,
withdraw or reduce course load after this date only for "urgent Istered students " ,
non-academic reasons." August 19-23 —Thursday through Monday—Fall registration for
July 14—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an August new post-baccalaureate students admitted for the First Sum-
degree to schedule a final examination in the Graduate mer 8955””! Second Summer 3933””! or Fall Semester _ I n
School August 20—Friday—Registration for new international stu- J ‘
July 23——Friday-—-Deadline for applying for admission to a dents who have been cleared for admissron but did not
program in the Graduate School for the 2004 Fall Semester. advance register '
Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and August 20-21—Friday through Saturday—Registration for i
visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline EveningNVeekend students -
July 28—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an August August 23~Monday-Registration for new students who have , v,
graduate degree to sit for a final examination been cleared for admission but did not priority register ‘
August 4—Wednesday—Last day for registered students in the August 23-27—Monday through Friday—Approved time period *
Employee Educational Program who registered through Au- for students to change academic majors (note: please check 5
gust 6 to submit EEP form to Human Resource Services to with college for admission deadline) ‘
confirm 2004 Fall Semester registration and turtion waiver August 24—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially drop a
August 5—Thursday—End of the 2004 Second Summer Ses- course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for
sion a full refund of fees - ,
August 5—Thursday—Last day for candidates for an August August 25~Wednesday~First day of classes -,
degree to submit a thesis/dissertation to the Graduate School v/ ‘
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 -- ' August 25-31—Wednesday through Tuesday—Pate registra- December 1-8—Wednesday through Thursday—Add/Drop for
tion for returning ssuIdenIS wh: did not Priority rfegister and new; registered students for the 2005 Spring Semester
- r ' 'ss'on. at e '
. I . :fiflgfigtswfigarfgistaetre dziiggThisl time perfod e IS assesse December2—Thursday—Last day for candidates for a Decem-
L d if II hd f h ber graduate degree to Sit for a final examination
August 31 —Tuesday——— ast ay to o icia ywit raw romt e _ _ _ _
. . . December 6 —Monday—Deadline for applying for admissmn to
gaff”)! or reduce course load and receive an 80 percent a program inthe Graduate School forthe 2005 Spring Semes-
I. ter. Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate status,
‘- g AUQUSt 31 ~Tuesday—Last day to add a C'aSS for the 2004 Fall and visiting student Status will be accepted after the deadline. ‘
.. Semester . December 8 ——Wednesday~—Last day for students In the Em-
I ' , AUQUSt 31 ——Tuesday—Last day forstudents In the Employee ployee Educational Program registered through December
~ Educational Program who registered and/or changed sched- 10 to submit EEP form to Human Resource Services to
‘ ules after AUQUS"_6 t0 Sme't EEP form to Human Resource confirm 2005 Spring Semester registration and tuition waiver
_\ , _ iegfevsait‘cljerconfirm 2004 Fall Semester registration and December 10—-Friday—Last day of classes
I September 6 -Monday——Labor Day——~ A ca d e mi C Holiday December 13-17—Monday through Friday—Final Examina-
‘y' tions
_ September 15—Wednesday—Last day to change grading op- . .
’ ‘ tion (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fail; credit Decemberi5—Wednesday—DeadllneforapplyingtotheGradu- I
to audit or audit to credit) ate School for readmlSSion, post-baccalaureate Status. and I
, . ViSiting student status for the 2005 Spring Semester in order :
September 15I—Wednesday—Last day TO QFOP a course With' to register before the beginning of Classes and avoid late fee
» 0‘” 't appear‘”g 0" ”‘9 StUdems transcr'pt December 17—Friday—End of 2004 Fall Semester
. September 17*—Friday—Last day for reinstatement of Stu- _ . _ . _
. dents cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or December 17 Friday Lag; dt‘y fl.” candidates for a Dejcem
housing and dining fees. Requires payment of fees and may gerhdelgree to submit a t eels/dissertation to the Gra uate
‘ " require payment of reinstatement fee. c 00 _ _ . .
‘1, . ( September 22—WedneSday—Last day to officially withdraw [36:23:31Eggxaogfgggggeieafhnfn for Sme'SS'On 0f
‘ from the University or reduce course load and receive a 50 g g y p. '
. percent refund *These dates are subject to Change.
September 23—Thursday—Last day forfiling an application for 2005 Spring Semester
, a December degree in college dean's office
1 September 23——Thursday—Deadline for submission of appli- June 15, 2004—Tulesday—Deadline for International applica-
cation and all required documents to the Office ofthe Registrar “WIS to be Smemed to the Graduate SChOO' for the 2005
‘: . for Change of residency status for 2004 Fall Semester Spring Semester
\_ October 1 —Friday—-—Fall Break—Academic Holiday Septlemberjm, 20;)4——VI/ectlntesdayt—-Ef)teadline foragplying with
or reinsaemen a er a secon aca emlc
- I October 7 —-Thursday—Last day for doctoral candidates for a Sgsggfisioiiarf]; the Spring Semester
I December degree to submit a Notification of Intent to sched-
- ule a final examination in the Graduate School December 1'8r 2004—Wednesday through Wednesday—Add/
I October 18 —Mon day Midterm of 2004 Fall Semester Drop for registered Students for the 2005 Spring Semester
. December 6, 2004—Monday—Deadline for applying for admis-
" ’ Oetober19~Nerefmberti é—Tttiesriaythrough Mondjay—IApproved sion to a program in the Graduate School for the 2005 Spring
Ime 'pIerio Ior :u‘tfin SII ° Cf angde aca erstichmajors Semester. Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate
(no 6") ease C so W' CO ege or a missmn ea ine) status, and Visiting student Status will be accepted after the
October 22—Friday——Last day to withdraw from the University or deadline.
J 4/\. reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can December 8, 2004—Wednesday—Last day for students in the
Withdraw or reduce course load afterthis date only for urgent Employee Educational Program registered through Decem-
- non-academic reasons. ber 10 to submit EEP form to Human Resource Services to
i October 31—Sunday—Deadline for International applications confirm 2005 Spring Semester registration and tuition de-
_, to be submitted to the Graduate School for 2005 Summer frayal
. , SChOOI December 15, 2004—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to
. ' November 2—Tuesday—Presidential election - Holiday the Graduate School for readmission, post-baccalaureate
, November 1—24—Monday through Wednesday—Priority Reg- status, and visiting student status forthe 2005 Spring Semes-
istration for the 2005 Spring Semester ter in order to register before the beginning of Classes and
’ N b 18 Th d L d r dd f D aVOidlatefee
. ovem er —— urs ay— ast ay or can i ates or a e- . .
cember degree to schedule a final examination in the Gradu— December 16' 2004—T“UFSdaY—P?Yllie”‘ deadline for regis-
ate School tratlon fees and/or hOUSIng and dining fees
- , November 25—27—Thursday through Saturday—Thanksglv— January 5-10—Wednesday through Monday—Registration for
ing—Academic Holidays new program graduate students
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 January 6-10—Thursday through Monday—Registration for March 8-28—Tuesday through Monday—Approved time period I
new post-baccalaureate students for students to change academic majors (note: please check

January 7-8—Frlday and Saturday—Registration for Evening/ With college for admission deadline) ’ . -'
Weekend and new graduate Students March 11—Friday——Last day to withdraw from the University or V, ‘

January10—Monday—Registration for new students who have reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can
been cleared for admission but did not priority register wrthdraw or reduce course load afterthrs date only for urgent A .

January 10-11—«Monday and Tuesday—Opening-of-term add/ non—academic reasons. . . -'
drop for registered students March 14-19—Monday through Saturday—Spring Vacation— a.

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January10—14—Mondaythrough Friday—Approvedtime period cademrc ‘ordays . _ . . ., .-
for students to change academic majors (note: please check March 28-Aprrl 20-——Monday through Friday—Priority regrstra- '
with college for admission deadline) tion for the 2005 Fall Semester and both 2005 Summer ‘

. , Sessions

January 1 1—Tuesday—Last day a student may offrcrally drop a . .
course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for Apr " 7—Thursday—Last day for candidates fora May degree to ~—‘ . -
a full refund of fees schedule a final examination in the Graduate School ‘

January 12—Wednesday-First day of classes April 8 —Friday—Deadline for applying for admission to a \

J 12 9 W d d h h W d d L . program in the Graduate School for the 2005 Summer Ses— \ ,,
anugry f '1 _ .e nesdayt rohug d' d e ”95} aty— ate regrsé sions. Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate sta- 1
tratron orreturnrng stu entsw ° ' ”9‘9”“ y regrsteran tus, and visiting student status will be accepted after the
new applicants cleared late for admISSIon. A late fee Is deadline _
assessed students who register during this time period. A 121 Th d L td f d'd t f M d t

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Jaggficrjyay—Monday—Martrn Luther Krng Brrthday——Academrc degree to sit for a final examination

April 27—Wednesday—Deadllne for applying to the Graduate , -

Jaguary 1g—Wednesday—Last day to add a class forthe 2005 School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and vis—

prrng emester iting student status for the 2005 First Summer Session in T _‘

January 19 —Wednesday—Last day to officially withdraw from order to register May 10 and avoid late fee f
:ZeUUTZiversity or reduce course load and receive an 80 percent April 29 —Friday—Last day of classes -

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January 19 ~Wednesday—Last day for students in the Em- ay 6—Monday through May Final. Examinations _ ‘
ployee Educational Program who registered and/or Changed May 3-9—Tuesday through Monday~Frrst Summer 893340” v
schedules after December 10 to submit 3;}: form to Human registration and add/drop continue for students enrolled in the
Resource Services to confirm 2005 Spring Semester regis- 2005 Spring Semester ~
tration and tuition defrayal May 3-June 8 —Tuesday through Wednesday—Second Sum-

February 1—Tuesday—Deadline for international applications mer Session registration and add/drop continue for StUdehtS ’
to be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2005 Fall enrolled in the 2005 Spring Semester ‘
Semester May 3-June 18—Tuesday through Saturday—Add/Drop for pri— .

February 2 —Wednesday—Last day to drop a course without it ority registered students for the 2005 Fall Semester ( I .
appearing on the student's transcript May 6 —Friday—Last day for candidates for a May degree to

February 2 —Wednesday—Last day to change grading option submit a thesis/dissertation to the Graduate School V ‘
(pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fall; credit to May 6 ~Friday—End of 2005 Spring Semester ' -
audit or audit to credit)

May 8 —Sunday—Commencement

February 4*—-Friday—Last day for reinstatement of students . . . .
cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or housing Migegfigfi?;flgy&fflgag diadlge for submissron Of grades to
and dining fees. Requires payment of fees and may require 9 . y p. ‘ ‘ ‘ -
payment of a reinstatement fee. *These dates are subject to change.

February 9—Wednesday—Last day to Officially withdraw from .
the University or reduce course load and receive a 50 percent l
refund -

February 10—Thursday—Last day for filing an application fora _ _
May degree in college dean's office ‘

February 10~Thursday——Deadline for submission of applica-
tion and all required documents to the Office of the Registrar
for change of residency status for 2005 Spring Semester ’ . '

February 24—Thursday—Last day for doctoral candidates for a ' ’

May degree to submit a Notification of Intent to schedule a final 7
examination in the Graduate School _ . .»

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‘ University President
~ -‘ - Michael T. Nietzel, Ph.D.
\ University Provost
; \ ‘ Jeannine Blackwell, Ph.D.
, Dean of the Graduate School 1
-» ~ Brian Jackson, Ph.D.
. Senior Associate Dean
fl . Kwaku Addo, Ph.D. i
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Dr. Jeannine Blackwell, Dean (859) 257-1 759 Marilyn Lyons, Assistant Dean (859) 257-2411 .. _
‘ Lissa Holland (859)257-1759 Fellowship Office
Kei'ie Eiheridge (859)257'1759 Dr. Pat Whitlow, Assistant Dean (859)257—3261 ' -
Academic Administration Cyndy Clark (859) 257-3261 ‘
Dr. Brian Jackson, Sr. Associate Dean (859)257-4905 Kami Dibble (859)257-3261
Patricia Bond, Assistant Dean (859) 257-4905 Tom Hanna (859)257-3261 . . _
Stephanie Francis (859) 257-4905 Jonathan Prasse (859) 257-3261 '
Administrative and Fiscal Affairs Patricia Rowland (859) 257-3261 ‘ '
Christine Levitt, Director (859)257-4121 Graduate Council _ . ,
Ashley Willis (859)257-6051 Lissa Holland (859)257-1759
Admissions Graduate Student Development '
Maureen Barker (859)257-7129 Dr. Carolyn Carter (869) 257-9725 _
Vivian Bowling (859)257—4619 Information Desk
: Michelle Finchum (859)257-4618 Tabitha Ramos (859) 257-4613 ’
Michelle Mossey (859)257—4615 Records
Apr" Short (859) 257"“ 1 1 Dawn Privett (859)257-8142 .
. Assessment Recruitment . -. (
ChriSiY JaCKS (859)257'5851 Dr. Kwaku Addo, Associate Dean (859) 257-4555
Data Processing and Mail Center TBA (859)257-4555 '
Patricia Henry (859)257-4905 Web Coordinator
Deborah Price (859) 257-4905 Mary Kelly , (859) 257-5222 ’
Degree Certification a
Jonathan Garrett (859)257-4614 .
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‘ ' The University of Kentucky began offering graduate work in 1870 and department chairs concerned, or in the case of persons not ii
“ ' and awarded its first graduate degrees in 1876. The Graduate attached to a college faculty, by the Provost. Eligibility qualifica- 3
. School became a distinct unit in the University organization in tions are as follows: i
.i 1912‘ . . . 1.The doctor’sde reeoritse uivalentinscholarl re utation.
The mISSIon Of the Graduate School '3 to promote advanced 2. The rank of asgistant profgssor (or equivalents, 0‘: higher.
study, graduate Instruction, and research by the faculty and 3. Scholarly maturity and professional productivity as demon- 3,
. . students of all colleges and departments. The total graduate strated by publications, editorial services, research sur— l
t- ' resources Of the University are merged Under the Graduate veys’ Creative work or patentsI and research in progress at i
. _ School for the purpose of promoting the acquisition of knowl- the time of appointment.
edge in an atmosphere 0t free and lively ithtW- 4. Demonstrated participation in graduate teaching and re- i
_ . Graduate work is offered in most colleges in the University. A search in the program. 3
9999”" description and tabulation 0t courses for each 0f the Any faculty member regardless of specific title series of i
‘ sights: girigirsrhljii'eshgwen m the Graduate Degree Programs appointment, is eligible for consideration for membership on the l
' Graduate Faculty. Appointment is based on academic creden- i
tials, degree of involvement in the graduate degree programs,
» The Graduate FaCUIty and departmental recommendation. i
. Once Full Graduate Faculty status is attained, membership is
. The Graduate. Faculty COhSiStS 0f the Dean Of the Graduate continuous unless a change in status is recommended by a
_ ' School, Assomate Deans of the Graduate School, and Full and graduate program to the Dean of the Graduate School, who will
i ASSOCtate Graduate Faculty Memheis- AS the Chiet University present the recommendation to the Graduate Council. Associ-
‘ ' agency for the promotion 0t the ideals 0t graduate StUin 't ate membership is limited to a term of six years with reappoint— l
determines the pOIICleS of the Graduate School and makes ment possible after departmental review. i
" recommendations to the University Senate and to the President, Appointment to Full Graduate Faculty membership is made by i
or to other administrative officials as appropriate. All rules the provost and/or the Dean of the Graduate School after
’ affecting graduate work and the inauguration 0t new graduate consultation with the Graduate Council when appropriate. i
2' programs must be approved by the Graduate Faculty. Full members of the Graduate Faculty are particularly respon- 1
Any proposed change in the rules of the Graduate Faculty sible for: ‘:
i must be included in the agenda of its meeting and circulated to , .
‘ ‘ ihle (iraduatebFaculty 3t lesst 10 days prior to the meeting at 1icitritgi‘ertifnOngrtifctijnateiesducfoanrihiiiflh rraiggtsogdeleegg j
w ic itiSto econsi ere. ' . . . . .
S ' New Graduate Faculty members may be Proposed to the fiéfighit; aihgnath:fgarfizatgfgisneietifiemmatlon or per-
. ' Dean Of the Graduate SChOOI at any time by the college deans 2. Participation in the formulation of graduate curricula and
I , , . _ , , policy.
. t ,_ , _ 3 _ , y ’ i The Dean of the Graduate School is responsible for appoint-
. V ' . . The Academic common: Market ing and monitoring the progress of Associate Members of the
, ' . . . ,r - . Graduate Faculty. ASSOCIate members are authorized to teach
, ’ ' . . . . , . . graduate courses, direct master’s theses,and serve on and co-
3.. - , Eighties: :nainnlgfsattafltf :51: mgrhteafnccerdeatlnewpggtg: chair doctoral committees. Membership in the Graduate Faculty
' rily Southeastern states for sharing academic pro— is restricted to persons who satisfy the membership criteria and
" , , grams Students who qUalify for admission may enroll are able to assume the responsibilities in a particular program
'. , ,- . . r . as set forth above. There is no category for at-Iarge graduate
/ . , ’ ma specific program In another Academic Common, faculty membership.
\ i ’ ’gagiggmghfittfia?5:62.:listtthtiut‘gcigsbsffrh/h:ghegreardtutart: On recommendation of the Director of Graduate Studies and
- programs. For information write' Southern Regional With the approval Of the Dean Of the Graduate Schw'v persons
.' » 4,, Education Board 130 Si xth! StreetiN W Atlanta Geor- who normally do not hold academic appointment in the Univer-
. , ’gia For information abOut University of Kentucky pro- sity, but who have demonstrated an interest in collaborative
i ' ~ . participation in its graduate programs, may be appointed as
-. l, grams In the Academic Common Market contact the ..
f Academic Common Market InstitutiOnal ICOCrdinator AUXIIIary Graduate Faculty Members. They should hold the
_ , Office of the Registrar ,100 Funth user Building Uni—i terminal academic degree in the field and possess a record of
. , versity ofKentucky [Lexington KY 4050 6- 0 054 Phone' research or creative experience that would warrant their inclu-
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