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The CEM Program is committed to providing its graduate students with a comprehensive experience to prepare them for careers in research.  The CEM curriculum and learning outcomes are continually vetted by the program’s administration; the University of Tennessee, through its ongoing unit review process; and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, through its accreditation process.

CEM program policies and procedures are detailed in the CEM Graduate Student Handbook. The student’s degree program is governed by the handbook in effect at the time of admission. Students have the option to choose a subsequent handbook as their program guide; however, once a specific academic year has been selected, that handbook becomes locked in for that particular student.

IDPs are used to identify and promote the career goals of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers associated with NIH awards.

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