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We have collected a variety of useful resources (see below) for dissertation chairs, mentors, and committee members. Please let us know if you find these materials useful, or if you have any suggestions for additional materials.
There are many books available on dissertation writing and research, but Dissertation and Scholarly Research: Recipes for Success is one of the most unique and popular books on the market – Five Stars (a perfect rating) on Amazon.com
Here is what faculty members have to say about Recipes:
- Dissertation and Scholarly Research is undoubtedly one of the most thorough scholarly resources I’ve used in guiding the research of my doctoral students. (Dr. W.C., Walden University)
- As a mentor to doctoral learners at different universities, I highly recommend Dissertation & Scholarly Research: Recipes for Success to all my learners as a “must have” and “must read”. (Dr. K.B., University of Phoenix)
- This book greatly demystifies the dissertation or other major research undertaking, and is a must read for those who seek to understand the structure for producing top-notch research! (Dr. R.H, Argosy University)
- Dissertation students will benefit tremendously from reading this book. Two things that are immediately obvious about this book when it is compared to other books on this topic are the practicality of the recommendations given by the author and the tone of the volume. (Dr. T.G., Loyola Marymount University)
We are thrilled to be able to offer desk copies of Recipes for Success at 50% off the list price to qualified faculty who are actively mentoring doctoral students. Naturally we hope you find the content in the book so helpful that you will recommend it to your students!
To purchase a desk copy at the price of $24.95 plus shipping, you will need to purchase the book directly from our publisher’s website (just click the link to the left). Use discount code “72N6XE84″. Our publisher will ship the book directly to you.
Mothering and Mentoring Doctoral Students while Sailing the High C’s (Dr. Marilyn Simon)