• Neuroscience Graduate Student Handbook (revised July 27, 2021);
  • University of Iowa Grad Guide—Informative one-stop guide for new graduate students.
  • Division of Sponsored Programs—Important information about services dedicated to graduate and professional students at all stages of their graduate career. These services include:
    • Help identifying goals for funding and academic timelines, key search terms, effective search strategies, and time management tips.
    • Access to subscription databases, government agency databases, private sources, foundations, UI Grant Bulletin, application information, and other funding links.
    • Review of funding applications, feedback, and help with grant writing skills through individual appointments.
    • Assistance for students with the required UIRIS electronic routing form and help with post-award non-financial administration.
    • Creation of customized presentations for student groups or seminars related to DSP services, funding search strategies, or grant writing skills.
    • Free printing and photocopying of proposals, free phone calls and fax to funding sources, and free courier services to deliver applications.
  • Diversity is a critical part of the University of Iowa's research and education goals. A diverse student body, faculty and staff population help provide a richer education for all students, and also contribute to a more well-rounded research enterprise. The CCOM Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion works closely with the Neuroscience Program and community partners to foster an environment where all members of our community feel welcome. The Neuroscience Program is committed to equal opportunity and diversity, including a commitment to students with disabilities and from underrepresented groups.
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