Skip to Main Content

Last Day for Summer 2023 (Enhanced RA; Additional Hours; Outside Employment; Remote Assistantship) Petitions to GPD

This is a past event.

Friday, March 10

Virtual Event

Friday, March 10, 2023 is the last day to submit Summer 2023 petitions to the the Graduate Program Director, Dr. Pruden. For questions, please email 

Petitions for Enhanced Research Assistantships, Additional Hours, Outside Employment and Remote Assistantships will be accepted until Friday, March 10, 2023 for Summer 2023 consideration. 

Enhanced Research Assistantships: Requests for an enhanced research assistantship can be made if your roles or responsibilities exceed that of a normal research assistant. Decisions are made at the department and do not require CASE or UGS approval. Funds for these enhancements must come from your major professor and will not come from the department, CASE or UGS. Please secure all signatures (i.e., yours, major professor) before sending to and copying

Additional Hours/Outside Employment: Petitions for additional hours or outside employment require approval by both CASE and UGS. You will want to make sure you provide information about meeting your program benchmarks as well as how additional hours and/or outside employment is relevant for your training. Please secure all signatures (i.e., yours, major professor, program director) before sending to and copying

Remote Assistantship: It is also important that you provide a justification for the need of a remote assistantship as well as provide information about your progress in meeting your program benchmarks. Please secure all signatures (i.e., yours, major professor, program director) before sending to me  and copying 

Event Type

Academics, Dates & deadlines




Department of Psychology


Add to Calendar
Google Calendar iCal Outlook

Recent Activity

Statement of Free Expression

FIU endorses the Florida Board of Governors' Statement of Free Expression to support and encourage full and open discourse and the robust exchange of ideas and perspectives on our campuses. In addition to supporting this legal right, we view this as an integral part of our ability to deliver a high-quality academic experience for our students, engage in meaningful and productive research, and provide valuable public service. This includes fostering civil and open dialogue in support of critical thinking in and out of the classroom, including events hosted by the university.