How Do You Support Completion of Graduate Degrees and Engender Commitment to a Research Career?

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Students most likely to complete their graduate studies are those who are viewed as junior colleagues in a positive relationship with their advisors and who are well integrated into their department’s or lab’s intellectual community.

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  • Advisor as Steward of the Discipline (Case Study 1) | Relevant Audiences: Graduate

    Students most likely to complete their graduate studies are those who are viewed as junior colleagues in a positive relationship with their advisors and who are well integrated into their department’s or lab’s intellectual community. Where one woman graduate student finds support and guidance from her advisor, another is stifled by her advisor’s inconsistent and inappropriate behavior. Systems of accountability, together with trained and caring advisors, increase the chances that doctoral students will successfully navigate the path to research careers.

 

Release Date: November 1, 2007
Audience(s): Higher Education
Short URL:www.ncwit.org/gradadvisor