- Provide students and staff with an insider’s view of
what questions are being tackled by the PhD body, and the manner
in which they are being investigated.
- Provide an opportunity for students to talk about their work
and to get constructive feedback not only from peers, but from
members of the academic staff.
- Stimulate and encourage graduate students to further
their own research.
- Provide good practice for conferences, more formal seminars,
- Offer the opportunity to raise research issues that have
not yet been resolved and would benefit from discussion.
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Getting What You Came
The book explains the entire process
of completing graduate school, from selecting and applying
to a graduate program to obtaining a teaching position.
Selected chapters provide overall practical advice
on selecting an advisor, managing the committee, selecting
a topic, writing a proposal, writing the dissertation,
and preparing for the defense.
Dissertation Cook Book
The authors uses a cookbook
metaphor define the ingredients of a dissertation.
This book provides useful information on each section
of the five-chapter dissertation common in the social
and behavioral sciences. It also contains practical
tips, hands-on exercises, and checklists dealing
with getting started, choosing a topic, types of
research instruments, statistics, sampling, and analyzing
data. Most of the information is relevant for writers
at the proposal stage.
The Artist's Way
This book by Julia Cameron and
Mark Bryan leads you through a comprehensive twelve-week
program to recover your creativity from a variety
of blocks, including limiting beliefs, fear, self-sabotage,
jealousy, guilt, addictions, and other inhibiting
forces, replacing them with artistic confidence and