Nutrition and Metabolism Graduate Program: Current Students

UW-Madison’s Nutrition and Metabolism Graduate Program promotes and values the individuality of all students and work to maintain a positive climate within our department, college, and university.

Graduate Students who are interested in the Department of Nutritional Sciences’ Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion committee may contact the Graduate Program Coordinator.

To connect to the campus-wide community or learn more about diversity at UW-Madison, visit the UW diversity website known as Creating Community.

UW Madison also hosts an interactive campus sustainability map which enables you to explore our sustainability initiatives. Clicking on the more than 300 features, organized in layers such as Equity and Justice, or Sustainable Cities and Communities, brings up a description of achievements, initiatives and programs.

Curricular requirements are found on the Graduate Curriculum page.

 

Committee Meeting Forms and Guides

First Year Student Advisory Committee Meeting Form

Annual Progress Meeting Report

Mentor-Mentee Guidelines

Choice of Dissertation Lab Form

Mentorship Map

Teaching Experience Certification

Certification of Teaching Experience