Annual review/Individual development plan for Ph.D. students

All Ph.D students must complete an Annual Review and Individual Development Plan (AR/IDP) each year between April 1 and October 1 through the graduate school's electronic forms system.

The Annual Review helps programs monitor a student's progress towards degree and identify goals and areas for support and improvement. The Individual Development Plan is a framework for constructive conversation between Ph.D. students and their advisors.  It asks students to reflect on their career-related skills, interests and values so that their mentors can advise them about career paths and steps for professional development success. Before completing the AR/IDP, students are encouraged to explore the excellent, free professional development planning resources provided by Imagine PhD and My IDP: Science Careers.

Academic programs may require additional elements for the annual review and IDP. An annual AR/IDP is required for all doctoral students regardless of funding status. 

Contact phdstudents@wayne.edu with any questions about this process.

Complete the Annual review/Individual development plan 
The AR/IDP is scheduled to remain open until Oct. 1 annually.