Annual Evaluations of Student Progress
The Developmental Psychology Graduate Program asks students to submit annual reports of accomplishments and activities. Student annual reporting allows students to begin professional development practices and provides needed information to faculty for assessing student progress.
Student annual reports are read by program faculty and feedback is provided through a program letter, an advisor letter, and a meeting with the advisor. Primary annual evaluations of student progress are conducted by program faculty in the first part of May.
In preparation, all students submit specific information according to their year in the program by the last week in April. Additional information about any student can be submitted by faculty who are inside and outside of the program who may have had direct contact with the student (e.g., supervising class work, teaching, or other activities).