Monthly Archives: July 2014

Phinished.Org – Why You Must Register

Have you visited this website yet?  It is the place for you if you want to be “phinally phinished!”   In case you have not found your tribe on campus or in your online program, this site is a forum for … Continue reading

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Recurring Themes in My Comments: Chapters 4 & 5

These may help you, so here you go. Know What You Are Talking About.  This means to go back to your statistics book and figure out what a t-test is to explain and reference before just willy-nilly discussing your application … Continue reading

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Dissertation Zen

Think back to when you started your doctoral program.  If you had to do it all over again, would you do it?  Would you advise others to do it?  I quit after three years, and I’m re-enrolled against a clock … Continue reading

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Dissertation to Journal: 5 Considerations

Working your dissertation down to a journal size article requires much more than deleting pages to fit the requirements of the publication. If you are considering publishing in your field, everything you need to start is in your very own … Continue reading

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