The Graduate School's KnowledgeBase (KB), named the GSAdminKB, is the repository of content for internal audiences. Internal audiences include Graduate School central staff, research centers, researchers/principal investigators, committees associated with the Graduate School, and graduate program coordinators across campus.
GSAdminKB topic areas include:
For Graduate School committees: Committee on Academic Staff Issues (CASI), Committee on Diversity Issues (CODI), Equity and Diversity Committee (EAD), Graduate Faculty Executive Committee (GFEC), Graduate School Academic Planning Council (GSAPC). Each committee is responsible for maintaining their own GSAdminKB content.
Intended audiences: members of the committees listed above, as well as others who interact with these committees.
For faculty and staff responsible for graduate student recruitment, admissions, funding, enrollment, satisfactory progress, and degree completion, as well as academic assessment and planning. Also campus data resources, plus training and meetings for graduate program coordinators.
Intended audiences: graduate program coordinators, directors of graduate study, department chairs, graduate student recruiters, graduate admissions committees, and fellowship coordinators.
Human Resources and Payroll
In collaboration with UW-Madison leadership, Graduate
Resources (GSHR) provides guidance, mentoring and oversight to
graduate education and 16 centers within the Graduate School.
GSHR develops the
workplace through human resources activities including
classification, compensation, payroll and benefits, employment
training and budget coordination.
This topic will provide information and templates about industrial agreements for faculty
researchers and departmental administrators. It will include
relevant UW policies, an FAQ, events/outreach info, and templates
of our standard agreements. It also provides policies and forms applicable to the creation, ownership, and disclosure of intellectual property generated at the UW.
Intended audiences: Research faculty, post docs, graduate students, anyone participating in sponsored research, and anyone generating or working with UW intellectual property.
The Office of Research Policy (ORP) coordinates and facilitates research policy, compliance, and ethics-related activities in the Graduate School for all UW-Madison researchers. Areas covered in this section include Conflict of Interest, Human Subjects Research, Research Ethics and Training, and Stem Cell Research Oversight.
Intended audiences: Faculty researchers, post docs, graduate students, and anyone participating in sponsored research on campus.
The Graduate School provides research funding for faculty through its annual cross-campus Research Committee competition, as well as funding for travel for faculty to domestic and international meetings, named professorships, mid-career awards, and faculty fellowships.
The glossary provides definitions of key terms used across all of the topic areas listed above.