Dissertation Completion Guide: A Chapter-by-Chapter Nontechnical Guide for Graduate Research Projects

This guide is designed to provide graduate students with an alternative resource, supplemental to what their institutions offer. It is intended to help minimize disorientation in the research process. It is organized in a user-friendly manner that any person in a doctoral or graduate-level program who is required to write a research document will find helpful. More

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About Daniel S. Alemu

Dr. Daniel S. Alemu received his PhD from Illinois State University. Currently, he is a full-time tenured associate professor at the Sage Colleges, in Troy/Albany, New York. He teaches doctoral-level research-methods courses in the department of educational leadership, where he is also the director of doctoral research. Dr. Alemu has served in numerous doctoral dissertation committees and chaired more than twenty five successfully defended dissertations. His publications, on various issues, appeared in internationally and nationally circulated peer-reviewed journals including International Review of Education , Kappa Delta Pi Record, Journal for Effective Schools, and Planning and Changing Journal. He also presented his research in professional conferences, including at AERA, NCPEA, UCEA, and MWERA to mention some.


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