Statistics PhD Progress Review Questionnaire for 2023-24
Dear all,

As a reminder, at the end of each year, students must meet with their faculty mentor/advisor(s) to review their progress and assess whether the student is meeting expected milestones. More information about the PhD program requirements, can be found here: https://statistics.berkeley.edu/academics/phd/program.

First years do not need to submit the form since you will be meeting one-on-one with the PhD Program Chair.

Prior to submitting this form, you must meet with your faculty mentor/advisor(s) to discuss your progress.  

For third year students and beyond who have established a Qualifying Exam Chair who is also serving as their Faculty Mentor, you must have a joint meeting with both your advisor and that faculty mentor. However, if you have co-advisors, you only need to hold a joint meeting with those two.

This review will provide an opportunity for you to connect with your faculty mentor/advisor(s) as well as provide guidance for me and the Head Graduate Advisor to make sure satisfactory progress is being made. 

Please submit by Friday, April 21, 2023.

Thank you!

Best,
La Shana

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Email *
First Name *
Last Name *
Year in PhD Program *
List Faculty Mentor and/or Thesis Advisor(s) *
Annual Progress Review
At the end of each year, students must meet with his or her faculty mentor to review their progress and assess whether the student is meeting expected milestones.
Date of meeting with advisor/mentor
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List of Core Courses completed (by the end of the 1st year): *
Effective Fall 2019, students are expected to take four semester-long courses for a letter grade during their first year which should be selected from the core first-year PhD courses offered in the department.
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Comment regarding core course requirements *
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
Have you established a Thesis Advisor(s) (if advisor is not in Statistics, you must have a Statistics faculty member as a co-advisor)? *
PhD students are assigned a faculty mentor in their first year. This faculty mentor at this stage is not expected to be the student’s PhD advisor. Students are expected to have narrowed in on a thesis advisor and research topic by the fall semester of their third year. Once an advisor has been established, you must submit the Selection of Thesis Advisor form found here (under "Forms"): https://statistics.berkeley.edu/academics/phd/program
Comments regarding thesis advisor progress *
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
Have you selected a Chair for your Qualifying Exam who will also serve as your Faculty Mentor (unless student has co-advisors)? *
For qualifying exam committees formed in the Fall of 2019 or later, the qualifying exam chair will also serve as the student’s faculty mentor, unless a student already has two thesis advisors.  The student will be responsible for identifying and asking a faculty member to be the chair of his/her quals committee. Students should determine their qualifying exam chair either at the beginning of the semester of the qualifying exam or in the fall semester of the third year, whichever is earlier. Once finalized, you must submit the Selection of Qualifying Examination Chair form found here (under "Forms"): https://statistics.berkeley.edu/academics/phd/program
Comments regarding QE Exam/Faculty Mentor Chair progress
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
List additional courses completed for your program requirements (by the end of the 3rd year): *
All students who entered the program before 2022, are required to take five additional graduate courses beyond the four required in the first year, resulting in a total of nine graduate courses required for completion of their PhD.  Starting with the Fall 2022 cohort, students are required to take at least three additional graduate courses beyond the four required in the first year resulting in a total of seven required graduate courses.
Comments regarding course requirements
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
Have you completed the GSI requirement? *
For students enrolled in the graduate program before Fall 2016, students are required to serve as a Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) for a minimum of 20 hours (equivalent to a 50% GSI appointment) during a regular academic semester by the end of their third year in the program. Effective with the Fall 2016 entering class, students are required to serve as a GSI for a minimum of two regular academic semesters and complete at least 40 hours prior to graduation (20 hours is equivalent to a 50% GSI appointment for a semester) for Statistics courses numbered 150 and above (unless you have received an exception).
Required
Comments regarding GSI requirement *
List estimated or actual date of completion, the Statistics courses you have served as a GSI for and any other comments
Qualifying Exam Passed (expected by end Fall semester of 3rd yr.)? *
The oral qualifying examination is meant to determine whether the student is ready to enter the research phase of graduate studies. It consists of a 50-minute lecture by the student on a topic selected jointly by the student and the thesis advisor.
Comments regarding Qualifying Exam
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
Advancement to Candidacy Submitted (after passing the QE)?
After passing the exam, the student must submit the Application for Candidacy via CalCentral.
Clear selection
Comments regarding advancing to candidacy
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
Dissertation Talk (before you file)? *
The thesis should be presented at an appropriate seminar in the department prior to filing
Comments regarding the dissertation talk
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
Dissertation Signed & Filed? *
Comments regarding dissertation filing
List estimated or actual date of completion in addition to any other comments
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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