What will you be expected to publish from your dissertation?
What an Everest climber taught me about surviving the post-Ph.D. blues.
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You have to finish. And you have to teach. Here’s how to find the right balance.
In choosing my committee chair, I made the best worst decision of my academic career.
Seven strategies to help you finish the diss without sacrificing the needs of your students.
A book does not just emerge fully grown from the ugly chrysalis of the dissertation.
Sometimes a personal crisis can turn into a professional opportunity.
You’ve finally finished. So why are you so depressed?
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Why graduate students should be just as concerned about ProQuest’s deal with Turnitin as they were about Amazon.
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A Ph.D. candidate looks back at the organizing habits she started early on that have proved the most helpful.
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