Advising is a shared responsibility

Patrick S. Osmer — September 17, 2014

Pat Osmer

Graduate advising is a hallmark of the graduate degree experience and has a great impact on the academic achievements and life of a graduate student. When it's done well, both graduate students and faculty advisors understand their respective responsibilities and follow best practices to develop this relationship.

Advising needs to be revisited throughout a graduate student's career, and it's important for faculty and graduate students to be deliberate about it. The Graduate School's guidelines on graduate advising are a good springboard for these conversations. .




Patrick S. Osmer is vice provost for graduate studies and dean of the Graduate School at Ohio State. He is also currently serving as chair of the board of directors for the Council of Graduate Schools. Osmer was chair of the Ohio State astronomy department from 1993-2006.

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