# Resources

### Progress Reports/Guidelines & Student Handbooks

##### Progress Reports:

Progress Reports must be filled out by each graduate student and reviewed by their advisor one month prior to the end of classes each semester. You should keep a copy of the form and update as needed. If you do not have a formal research advisor, please consult with the advisor assigned to you in SIS. Please also attach a copy of your unofficial transcript to the report.

- Thesis and Defense Guidelines
- Doctoral Student Progress Report
- Masters Student Progress Report
- Post-Baccalaureate Student Progress Report

##### Handbooks:

- Graduate Handbook for Doctoral Program
- Graduate Handbook for Master of Science Program
- Academic Integrity Handbook

### Checklists & Forms

- Thesis Honors Candidate Form
- TA Agreement Form
- Travel Expense Reimbursement Form
- Additional Student Forms
- The Bulletin of Tufts University

Includes general graduation, honors, and thesis requirements as well as information for studying abroad. - The Tufts Summer Scholars Program

##### Major Concentration Forms for classes of 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024:

- Mathematics Major Concentration Checklist
- Mathematics Minor Checklist
- Applied Mathematics Major Concentration Checklist

### Research Resources

- Recent PhD Theses
*The Department will cover the costs for one bound paper copy a graduating student's thesis to be kept by the Department.* - Professor Quinto's math resources for students
- StAAR Center

### Library, Course & Technology Resources

- Tisch Library
- Tisch Library Mathematics Research Guide
- Block Schedule - Tufts uses a lettered Block Schedule for all courses University-wide.
- Exam Policy
- Grading Schemes
- Academic Calendar
- Department Learning Objectives
- Graduate Program Learning Objectives
- American Mathematical Society MathSciNet Database

Articles authored by Tufts affiliates in the American Mathematical Society MathSciNet database (subscription required). - Mathematica

Mathematica is a software package which is ideal for communicating scientific ideas, whether this is visualization of a concept in an intro-level course, or creating a simulation of a new idea related to research.

### Reporting Discrimination

The Mathematics Department wants to ensure the best possible learning experience for students. We expect everyone to be treated with respect. Review ways to report discrimination.