Graduate Faculty

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Only Graduate Faculty members may teach graduate-level courses, advise graduate students, and serve on doctoral dissertation and master's thesis committees. There are three levels of membership (regular, associate, and special). This list contains only University of Maryland Baltimore* Graduate Faculty members. The list is also in the Graduate School Catalog, but the most recent version is here.

To apply for membership, download the application form here (see below) or request a copy from a Graduate School program director or coordinator. Submit applications to Erin Golembewski, Associate Dean, Graduate School, 620 West Lexington Street, fifth floor. Applicants for associate membership will be reviewed by the dean and added to the Graduate Faculty list. Applicants for regular and special membership will be referred to the Graduate Faculty Membership Committee for review and recommendation to the Graduate Council for final decision.

To be appointed as a Regular member of the Graduate faculty, a faculty member will have participated on at least one thesis or dissertation committee through the oral defense. If the faculty member has not had the opportunity to serve on a committee through the defense, the Program Director or the Department Chair may provide evidence of other graduate student mentoring experience such as: directing student academics, advising advisory committees, serving as a member of a candidacy examining committee, directing an independent study that is research oriented not merely a literature review that results in a student authored manuscript (an independent study during which the student conducted guided research not merely assisting a faculty member on a research project and then pull together a manuscript submission.

Download the Application for Membership on the Graduate Faculty. To add more information, use the Continuation Sheet.

*There are also Graduate Faculty** members at UMBC's Graduate School.

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