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  1. Academic Calendar

    The Graduate School's academic calendar lists important dates and deadlines related to coursework, registration, financial processes, and milestone events such as graduation.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Registration & Leaves
    • Teaching
    • Information
  2. Annual Yale Bouchet Conference on Diversity and Graduate Education

    The annual Yale Bouchet Conference on Diversity and Graduate Education is a dynamic academic conference, drawing New Haven community residents, scholars, administrators, and graduate and undergraduate students from across the nation.

    • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Information
  3. Associates in Teaching Program

    Associates in Teaching are graduate students who design and teach courses in full collaboration with a Yale faculty member. Graduate students and their faculty partners apply each spring to co-teach a course in the following academic year. The program is designed to give select graduate students the opportunity to gain the full range of experience in college teaching, with the added benefit that comes from close collaboration with a Yale faculty member.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Teaching
    • Information
  4. Canvas

    Canvas is Yale's learning management system for all courses. You'll find syllabi, assignments, grades, and additional resources for your courses on this platform.

    • Registration & Leaves
    • Information
  5. Combined PhD Programs

    The Graduate School offers opportunities to pursue interdisciplinary fields of study through our formal combined PhD programs. In addition, students may also request to create an ad hoc combined program in consultation with their department or program.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Information
  6. Conduct & Grievance Procedures

    The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences invests in and draws upon the strengths of a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive community of scholars and researchers. This page outlines the support resources and procedures available to GSAS students when there are concerns about our shared community values.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Student Life & Community
    • Information
  7. Conference Travel Fellowship (CTF)

    By partnering with the MacMillan Center and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, graduate students with representatives in the Graduate Student Assembly are eligible for annual conference travel funding of up to $800.

    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • PhD Stipend & Funding
    • Master's Funding
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Information