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andrew aker

Salem, OR, China, mainland

Teresa Conley

Maineville, OH, United States

Marcy J. Perry

Acton, MA, United States

Nicholle Gornicz

Tobyhanna, PA, United States

Holly Hales

Eden Prairie, MN, United States

Jaime Hansson

Edison, NJ, United States

Ryan Austin

Windsor Heights, IA, United States

Tina Csukker

Cedar Falls, IA, United States

Linda Curtis

Franklin, WI, United States

Shelley Venable

Janesville, WI, United States

MaryRose Carlow

Madison, IN, United States

Miss L

Rural Manitoba, Canada

Kait Hawksford

Rockhampton, Australia

Oscar Marin

San Diego, CA, United States

Christina Clarkson

Minneapolis, MN, United States

Virginia Senft

Gaithersburg, MD, United States

Anna Milliman

Fort Wayne, IN, United States

Chelsea King

Fort Wayne, IN, United States

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How to get a PhD

A Ph.D. is the terminal degree for some fields, and it prepares graduates for faculty and research positions at universities. Earning a Ph.D. requires advanced coursework, examinations and a dissertation analyzing original research. This article discusses what must be done to obtain a Ph.D.The first step in the journey toward completing a doctoral degree is to obtain an undergraduate degree. For the best start, choose a bachelor’s degree program at a regionally accredited university.…See More
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Overcoming writers block

Writer’s block is a term you’ve probably heard often. The amazing and confusing thing about writer’s block is that people apply the term to drastically different experiences. For many, “writer’s block” means a frustrating but temporary stall in their progress. For some authors, though, the phrase looms nightmarishly large and describes a recurring and debilitating struggle to move ideas from their mind to the page.Under the pressure of deadlines, almost everyone—from students to professors to…See More
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