Information for Current Students
Graduate Student Information
Department of Pathology
  Academic Dishonesty, Cheating, Plagiarism & Fraud, Student Affairs, Student Advocacy
    Advisor - Student Guidelines
    Pathology Supplemental Guidelines
    Responsibilities of Academic Staff with Regard to Students
Awards   The Dutkevich Award is a graduate scholarship award for students studying in the Department of Pathology
Important Dates and Deadlines   Important Dates and Deadlines
Program Milestones   Details of Program
Reports/Evaluations   Fall Internal Student Evaluations

The Department of Pathology requires that students undergo a review in the Fall of each year. The purpose of the review is to provide the student with an opportunity to determine whether they are meeting the expectations of the program.   Forms & Criteria

Faculty of Graduate Studies Progress Reports

This form should be completed annually and returned to the Faculty of Graduate Studies via the department by June 15. Students are not permitted to re-register if their Progress Report (PR) has not been submitted for the previous academic session. Failure to submit a complete form by June 15 may result in late registration (and applicable late registration fees) and/or award/funding interruptions.

Student Services   Student Services at the Bannatyne Campus
Grad Steps ..... from Campus to Career: Free Workshops for Graduate Students
Research Integrity   The Research Integrity Course is an online course to teach UofM students about responsible research.  Students enrolling in the course should contact   The course is free and students who finish receive a certificate and this completion is recorded in the student’s transcript.  At the end of this course participants will:

• Know the basics of Responsible Conduct of  Research
• Know where to get more information
• Know where to report allegations of Research misconduct
• Know the U of M expectations for integrity and responsibility in research
Your Thesis   Your Thesis 

More thesis info:  Copies of theses can be bound at the Campus Copy Centre located in Rm. 118 University Centre.  Binding should be the standard University hard-bound format: black cover with gold lettering, titles in capital letters. The Department pays for the Department copy and advisor(s)' copy.  The student pays for any other copies that he/she may wish to be bound.

Students in the Pathologists' Assistant Program submit their thesis to MSpace/Faculty of Graduate Studies as a Practicum.