Marcia (Marcy) J. Carlson, Sewell-Bascom Professor of Sociology at UW–Madison, has been appointed associate dean of the Graduate School. She has served as associate dean in an interim capacity since October 2022.
The Graduate School has published its 2022-23 Annual Report detailing the organization’s accomplishments and highlighted initiatives from the past year.
Abbey K. Thompson has been appointed Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Funding in the Graduate School beginning December 15. She has been serving as assistant dean in an interim capacity since May 2022.
Minimum stipend amounts for graduate student teaching, research, and project assistants will increase by 10% for the 2023-2024 academic year.
“This increase continues our investment in graduate assistants, who are integral to the university’s teaching and research missions,” said Graduate School Dean William J. Karpus.
The Graduate School has published its 2021-2022 Annual Report. Led by Dean William J. Karpus, the Graduate School enrolls approximately 20 percent of the student body at UW–Madison, or over 10,000 master’s and doctoral students, and guides students from application to enrollment to graduation.
Minimum stipend amounts for graduate assistants at UW–Madison will increase by three to four percent for the next academic year.
Changes to the minimum stipend rates for 2022-23 reflect a 4% increase for research assistants (RAs) and a 3% increase for teaching assistants (TAs), project assistants (PAs), and lecturer student assistants.
The Graduate School has published its Annual Report 2020-2021. The Graduate School, led by Dean William J. Karpus, enrolls approximately 20 percent of the student body at UW–Madison, over 9,300 master’s and doctoral students.
Two staff members have been chosen to receive the Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Support. The award is a collaboration between the Graduate School and the Office of Undergraduate Advising. The award recipients are: …
The Graduate School has released its Annual Report 2019-2020, illustrating achievements across the themes of service, diversity, and engagement. Read the full report, available here. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment policy for research assistants (RAs) has been added to Graduate Assistantship Policies and Procedures (GAPP). Published in May 2019 with initial focus on teaching assistantships (TA) and project assistantships (PA), GAPP outlines policies for appointment letters, orientation and training, leave benefits, grievance procedure, and more.