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Privacy & Student Rights

Conflict of Interest and Student Interaction with Industry

The University of Missouri encourages students to seek experiences in the private or public sector that enhance and complement their academic program and demonstrate its relevance. However, the University of Missouri is responsible for the education and training of graduate students and for facilitating the process for them to complete their degree in a timely

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Forming a Doctoral or Thesis Program Committee

Every graduate student must form a faculty committee to oversee the process of thesis or dissertation completion. A thesis committee is composed of three members of the MU faculty: a major advisor from the academic program (i.e., department, unless it is an interdisciplinary program not housed in a department), a second reader from the academic

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Intimate Relations with Graduate Students

Sexual harassment or amorous relationships between members of the profession and any student for whom he or she has a professional responsibility should be avoided. This applies to any supervisor relationship between professors and graduate assistants, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as graduate assistants with students they teach or supervise. Implicit in the idea

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Intimate Relations with Graduate Students

Sexual harassment or amorous relationships between members of the profession and any student for whom he or she has a professional responsibility should be avoided. This applies to any supervisor relationship between professors and graduate assistants, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as graduate assistants with students they teach or supervise. Implicit in the idea

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Student Responsibility to Know Academic Regulations

It is each graduate student’s responsibility to know and observe all regulations and procedures relating to the program the student is pursuing. In no case will a regulation be waived or an exception be granted because students plead ignorance of, or contend that they were not informed of, the regulations and procedures. Responsibility for following

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