Please join us for the 2014 GMS Commencement on May 16 and 17!
Please check the Commencement 2014 webpage regularly for updates.
Division of Graduate Medical Sciences
Contact: Dianna Puleo, 617-638-5243
|May 16, Metcalf Hall, George Sherman Union,||10 am|
|775 Commonwealth Ave|
Contact: William Mara, 617-638-5123
|May 17, Agganis Arena,||9:30 am|
|925 Commonwealth Ave|
Congratulations 2014 Graduates!
If you are planning to submit your thesis or dissertation and complete your program requirements for (September 2014) you might want to attend an ETDs Workshop to familiarize yourself with the process. These workshops will assist you in the ETD submission process and staff will be available to answer any questions you may have. Please review the informational videos that are available at http://www.bu.edu/buniverse/search/?q=dioa&submit . There are two sessions still remaining at the Medical Campus at the following dates and times.
MED Thesis/Dissertation Workshop: Friday 2/28/2014, 11:30am-1pm
MED Thesis/Dissertation Workshop: Wednesday 3/5/2014, 10:30am-12pm
Students must pre-register to attend at: http://www.bu.edu/dioa/student-resources/etd-workshops-registration/
IMPORTANT: Attendance does not require paper tickets, however each graduate is allowed 4 guests.
Please join us in celebrating the success of GMS masters and doctoral students at the 2014 GMS Commencement Ceremonies.
The Masters ceremony will be held on Friday, May 16, 2014 at 10AM in the George Sherman Union. For specific information, please see the following document.
The Ph.D. and M.D. ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 9:30AM in Agganis Arena. For specific information please see the following document.
Visit the GMS Commencement page for further details. We look forward to seeing you there!
Masters Students Celebrate their Accomplishments!
Information session for students graduating in May 2013 will be held on Jan. 22.
PhD Candidates will meet at 12pm in room R103 for lunch.
MA/MS Candidates will meet at 3pm in Bakst Auditorium.
For more information, please contact Dr. Theresa Davies firstname.lastname@example.org
All MA and MS students planning to graduate in September 2012 should have submitted their Thesis Title page ASAP. MAMS students, if completing a research-based thesis should also submit the Thesis Agreement Form. For students with readers who are not GMS faculty, a Special Appointment form must be submitted. All forms can be found on the MAMS and MA & MS student forms pages. All Thesis Deadlines can be found on the Graduation Calendar.
GMS will hold graduation workshops on Thursday January 19th for all doctoral and masters students planning on completing their degree by May 2012 .
The Workshop will provide information on GMS required forms, policies and deadlines, general information on thesis writing and formatting as well as submission guidelines.
Date: Thursday, January 19th
Who: PhD Candidates at 12:30pm in room R103 (lunch will be served)
Who: MA/MS Candidates at 4pm in Bakst Auditorium
PhD Candidates planning on completing their doctorate degree by Sept. 2012 should submit the Dissertation Prospectus Outline Approval Page by 2/3/12. This form can be found on the PhD Student forms page.
All GMS (MA, MS and PhD) students planning on graduating in September, 2011 should submit their thesis for format review after July 26th. Two copies of the thesis with signed approval pages are due to the Registrar by 3pm on Thursday, August 4th. Please see thesis submission guidelines found on the student forms page for additional information.
If you plan to complete your MA or MS degree by September 2011 you may be eligible to attend the Masters graduation ceremony on May 20th at 10am. This is a wonderful event where you can celebrate your success with your classmates and family.
If you are interested in attending graduation, students should receive approval from their program director and/or advisor and then submit the appropriate (MA/MS or MAMS) diploma application to the registrar Ms. Millie Agosto ASAP. The diploma application can be found on the GMS website under student forms. Please indicate your Expected Month and Year of Graduation as September 2011 on the application. Students will receive additional details regarding graduation later this semester