Funding to defray a portion of travel and other costs once in an academic year is available to students, in accordance with university guidelines, who present their research at conferences. At the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, a growing number of students are taking advantage of this program. The number of presentations made at academic conferences by graduate students in 2013 was 317. Every year there are many students who receive awards for their presentations and posters.
In February of every year, to support graduate student research and education, the publication of research findings, and the preparation of degree theses, the university publishes a Bulletin of Graduate Studies for each of its graduate schools. To be eligible, submissions must be from currently enrolled Doctor's program students or Master’s program students and accompanied by a recommendation from the student’s advisor. Articles will be selected for publication by the editorial committee. The Bulletin was first published in 1971.