10-28-12 Persevering Through the Prospectus Process

Persevering Through the Prospectus Process 

Presented by

Megan Nason and Nicole Maxwell
Doctoral Candidates,

October 28, 2012 8:00 p.m. (USA/New York Time Zone)

Writing your prospectus is a daunting task.  After all, it is the first three chapters of your dissertation…the final step in completing your doctoral degree.  Although it is intimidating, it is certainly achievable.  Successfully navigating through the prospectus stage requires intense focus, time, commitment, effort, and flexibility as you plan a strong, relevant research study that you can successfully accomplish. Please, join Nicole Maxwell and Megan Nason as they share their experiences related to successfully writing and defending their prospectuses. Both Nicole and Megan successfully defended their dissertation in the fall of 2012.

Megan Nason

Megan Nason is an assistant professor at North Georgia College and State University in the Early Childhood Department. She can be contacted at manason@northgeorgia.edu.Megan recently published a book review in Bilingual Research Journal.

Nicole Maxwell

Nicole Maxwell is an EIP (Early Intervention Program) teacher at Dunwoody Springs Elementary School in Fulton County.  She can be contacted at npinto@comcast.net.

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