Graduate students can now align their work with ASU design aspirations
In spring 2021, graduate students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering were asked to share how their research aligned with ASU’s eight design aspirations in the Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS) as part of a pilot project launched by the Graduate College. The goal was to get a better idea of how graduate student research supports the institutional objectives of excellence, access and impact.
iPOS makes faculty approval and professional development planning easier
In keeping with the spirit of innovation at ASU, the Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS) is an ever-expanding toolbox for graduate students, advising staff, and now, for the first time, faculty.
Making an old process easier and more efficient
Graduate College Unveils a New iPOS Feature to Improve Student-Advisor Relationships
The Graduate College has unveiled Manage Staff Advisor, a feature of the Interactive Program of Study (iPOS) that allows units to assign students to specific advisors. It helps personalize the student-advisor relationship by providing students access to their advisor’s personal profile on their MyASU and in their Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS).
Best Practice: 9 tips for getting the most out of the iPOS
The Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS) allows graduate students to plan and navigate their degree program through graduation, including the selection of their committee. Graduate advisors and faculty can help students progress to program completion by using the iPOS for monitoring student progress and communication. This best practice guide provides nine tips for getting the most out of the iPOS system.