Writing a dissertation proposal is an important step toward the dissertation itself, but the process of researching and writing one can be a difficult transition time for many graduate students.
For their first years of graduate school, students adhere to a structured coursework schedule with deadlines from their advisors, the Graduate School or their department. After spending those years criticizing the best work by experts in their fields, students are expected to propose something new and better.
The Social Sciences Dissertation Proposal Workshop offers graduate students strategies and support for getting started and efficiently completing their proposal.
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