Laboratory Rotations

Identifying a research advisor is the single most important decision a student will make in graduate school. This is best accomplished by performing rotations through prospective laboratories. Students are expected to complete a minimum number of laboratory rotations, determined by each track, to identify a research advisor. All tracks adhere to a schedule of six 6-week rotations periods that occur throughout the first year. This allows students to choose when they rotate through a laboratory, and also allows students to rotate through laboratories in multiple research tracks. After completing rotations, students select a research advisor based on mutual consent.

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