Academe shuns the many doctoral students who are “all but dissertation.” Jill Yesko proposes another way that would help them and institutions alike: the Certificate of Doctoral Completion.
Internationalizing doctoral programs should mean more than recruiting students from other countries, say speakers at conference.
To finish your Ph.D. in a reasonable time frame, you need the right dissertation plan, writes Arika Easley-Houser.
New book on making the choice offers an enriching discussion with no clear answers.
Mike Strayer offers strategies for finishing a doctoral program in a timely way -- even in the humanities. And he offers ideas on how departments can help.
Grad students need to plan now to make the most out of a few months away from the regular routine, writes Eric Anthony Grollman.
Historians' association and four graduate departments expand efforts to make doctoral education a training ground for careers in and out of academe.
Jennifer Schloss shares seven steps to keeping your enthusiasm high, and your doctoral education moving forward.
Eric Anthony Grollman offers advice on the last push by a graduate student to finish a dissertation -- and to move on.
Second history organization comes out against requirement that all dissertations be made available online.
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