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Choosing the Right Dissertation Advisor

23rd July 2015

Your relationship with your dissertation advisor can make or break your grad school experience. The right advisor can mentor you throughout graduate school and beyond, but the wrong advisor can hamper your progress and hold you back.

Clear Communication with Your Dissertation Advisor

16th October 2014

Your relationship with your dissertation or thesis advisor is important. Both the quality of your graduate school experience and even the success of your dissertation depend a lot on how well you work with your advisor.

Helpful Dissertation-Writing Blogs

15th October 2014

Writing a dissertation can be a long, lonely, difficult process. Dissertation writing is filled with highs and lows, exciting and dull stretches, moments of elation and despair.

Go on the Job Market - Without a Finished Dissertation?

3rd October 2014

Tackling the professional world (especially the academic one) is already challenging enough, but doing so while you are writing your dissertation is just a bad idea—or is it? Melissa Dennihy recently did just that, and wrote a detailed article about her experiences doing so with Inside Higher Ed.

The History of APA Style

8th September 2014

Different disciplines use different style guides, with APA remaining one of the most commonly used styles.

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