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Graduate College

Interdisciplinary Training Transcript Notation

The Graduate College works in coordination with the Office of Interprofessional Education and the Interdisciplinary Student Council to provide programming that allows students to earn a transcript notation. Participation in select programming can be applied towards the required 16 hours for the IPE Distinction.  

  • Career & Professional Development Seminar Series: the Graduate College hosts a monthly seminar series the 3rd Friday of each month @ 12pm.  Students can receive a minimum of 2 hours and maximum of 4 IPE hours by attending the seminars.  This equates to 2 GC seminars per academic year for 2 credit hours, 4 seminars for 4 credit hours.
  • The GREAT Symposium: the Graduate College hosts the annual Graduate Research and Technology Symposium which allows students and trainees to showcase individual research, enhance communication skills, and also participate in the GREAT Debate, a team presentation event that includes students from all disciplines to debate a prominent topic in biomedical sciences and healthcare.  All presenters are required to submit an abstract for a poster presentation, an oral presentation, or a title for the Flash Talk Competition by the submission deadline. Submission dates and participant instructions can be found on the website.  Participation as a presenter in the GREAT Symposium equates to 4 IPE hours.

Contact Info

Amy Tucker, PhD
Assistant Dean for Graduate Education & Research
(405) 271-2085  

Margaret Robinson, M.Ed.
Associate Director, Office of Interdisciplinary Programs
(405) 271-5557