History Graduate Program
Survey of Graduate Students
What are the three greatest strengths of the TAMU History Graduate Program?
What are the three most important areas for improvement of the TAMU History Graduate Program?
Does the History Graduate Program effectively communicate to graduate students its goals, requirements, and student opportunities? If not, how could communication be improved?
In what ways has the coursework in the History Graduate Program prepared you for a role as a historian?
How could the curriculum of the History Graduate Program be improved to prepare you for a role as a historian?
In what ways has the curriculum in the History Graduate Program prepared you for comprehensive exams and for dissertation research?
How could the curriculum of the History Graduate Program be improved to prepare you for comprehensive exams and for dissertation research?
How often do you meet with your advisor? Describe your relationship with your advisor.
How often do you interact with the members of your committee? Describe your relationship with your committee.
What has been your experience navigating the various OGAPS and Departmental procedures for moving through the History Graduate Program?
How many professional development workshops have you attended? If you have not attended, why not? If you have, which were the most useful?
What suggestions do you have for future professional development workshops?
One role of the Graduate Placement Director is to read and provide feedback on fellowship and job applications. Have you taken advantage of this opportunity? If not, why not?
Do you feel that the department is inclusive and respectful of diversity? If not, what steps would you take to report it and what steps should be taken to create change?
Are there additional comments that you have about the program that were not covered by any previous question?