COE doctoral programs are designed to enhance and facilitate educational, social, and economic growth on a local, national, and international level with a pool of highly qualified candidates who are teachers, administrators, scholars, and leaders. Our candidates come from a diverse range of backgrounds, and their personal and professional accomplishments enrich the doctoral experience and the COE community. Our students receive distinguished academic preparation for professional practice and research in education by faculty who are highly qualified individuals and well-respected scholars in their fields.
"Guide to Academic and Scientific Publication" by Linda Olson (free) provides practical advice about preparing and submitting scholarly articles to journals for publication.
ADVICE ABOUT GETTING A PHD
General advice about surviving and thriving in PhD programs: "The Professor is In" by Karen Kelsky.
A quick "Survival guide to starting and finishing a PhD"
The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Program helps early-stage doctoral students in the humanities and social sciences formulate innovative dissertation research proposals through workshops, exploratory summer research, and writing guided by peer review and faculty mentorship.
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