“Dissertating” is a term often used to describe the time between defending your dissertation proposal and the actual public presentation of your final dissertation. In the past, I've taken this to mean long hours thoughtfully sipping tea and typing away at my laptop, but since I’ve been All But Dissertation (ABD), I’ve come to realize that it means much more. In this post, I present my top three strategies for dissertating in the summer, given that it is quite a seductive time to make progress.
is a composer and bassist whose music is inspired by his practice and study of Shambhala Buddhism. Alex is working towards his PhD in Music Composition and Theory at UC Davis, and is the Director of the Shambhala Meditation Center of San Francisco. His dissertation work includes an upcoming concerto for Jazz Saxophonist Andrew Van Tassel and Dave Möschler’s Awesome Orchestra Collective.
dissertation, allow us to introduce Janice Baskin,
A famous quotation of Julius Caesar translates as "I came, I saw, I conquered." The equivalent for dissertation writing reads, "I planned, I wrote, I graduated." Crafting a dissertation plan will help you define, research, and write your dissertation in an effective and timely manner.