|Workshop: Making Progress and Doing the Dissertation|
Education Program Gottesman Libraries
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Description/Abstract: Workshop: Making Progress and Doing the Dissertation, Saturday, 4/22, 10am-3:30pm
Please join us for the Fourth Annual Meeting on Interdisciplinary Studies/Cultural Studies, convened in a workshop, Making Progress and Doing the Dissertation. Topics to be covered include Doctoral certification exams, How to compose the dissertation proposal, Interdisciplinary work, Studies in arts and humanities, Dissertations on social media & other high tech, Single or double advisors, Reviewing literatures, Educational relevance, Classroom research, Qualitative methods, How to reduce the expense of doctoral work, Masters theses, Employment, and Career trajectories.
Organized by Professor John Broughton, this workshop is co-sponsored by the Department of Arts and Humanities; the Film and Education Research Academy (FERA); Interdisciplinary Studies in Education Program; and Gottesman Libraries. Presenters include: Margaret Bates, Cheri Ehrlich, Barbara Esgalhado, Nikolina Nedeljkov, Heather van Uxem Lewis, Ed Hallisey, Robin Walker, Regina Casale, Kari Razdow, Leif Bergerud, Victoria Bertotti, Nicole Blandford, Mary Lee Grisanti, Rob Maitra, Rory Varrato, Greg Bell, Elroy Esdaille, Kato La, and Sophie Mackinnon.
Please rsvp with your interest and details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Breakfast and lunch are provided (gratis).
Where: 306 Russell