From the Chronicle of Higher Ed…

March 31, 2010

Help to the Finish Line: Ways to Reduce the Number of Ph.D. Dropouts

By David Glenn

Doctoral students in the United States are finishing their degrees fasterthan at any point since at least 1983. But that’s not actually saying much. Their average time-to-degree is still a formidable 7.7 years—and that, of course, is for the students who manage to finish at all. By some estimates, more than 30 percent of the students who enter American doctoral programs walk away empty-handed….

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Dr. Matthew Lonam (Ph.D., University of Missouri - Columbia, 1999), Founder and CEO, has more than twenty years experience in college and university teaching and advising. His graduate students have received Ph.D.'s, MBA's, MTA's, and Masters of Strategic Leadership in addition to European graduate degrees. Prior to becoming the lead faculty member at Mountain State University in Orlando, FL, Dr. Lonam taught and advised graduate students at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., United States International University in Mexico City, AILUN in Sardinia, Italy.
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