Resources for Grad Students
Departmental Resources for Graduate Students
Consult the Grad Guide 2016(PDF) to find complete information on Ph.D. requirements, grades, special programs, financial support, and governance.
Directed Readings Form
To be filed with department office upon completion of form.
To request an incomplete in a course.
Travel and professional development request form.docx
Requires DGS signature and pre-approval for travel funds
Graduate Research Seminars
(Schedule of research seminars to be announced)
University Resources for Graduate Students
The Graduate School
The Graduate School provides information on application, financial support, and additional funding.
Graduate Career Services
The Graduate Career Services Consultants endeavor to engage, develop and empower students in pursuit of their career and professional development goals.
Graduate Student Union
The Graduate Student Union addresses concerns from the graduate student body, hosts events, and provides additional funding for conferences and travel.
Globes Certificate in Environment and Society
The GLOBES Certificate in Environment and Society is an interdisciplinary graduate certificate program in which students explore environmental challenges from different perspectives through innovative training in leadership, communications, and policy-making. Open to graduate students in all disciplines with environmental and global health research interests, the GLOBES certificate recognizes a student's ability to extend research in new directions, produce interdisciplinary scholarship, and become an effective communicator across disciplines. GLOBES Certificate students are eligible for mini-grant awards to support interdisciplinary research.
Journals, Institutes, and Centers
- The Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
- Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
- The German Idealism Yearbook
- Grazer Philosophische Studien
- Center for Philosophy of Religion
- Jacques Maritain Center
- Medieval Institute
- Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture
- Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values