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William Zumeta

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Dr. William Zumeta joined the Evans School faculty at the University of Washington, Seattle in the fall of 1985. He served as associate dean from 2001-05 and acting dean from March-August in 1988. He previously taught at the University of British Columbia, University of California-Los Angeles, and the Claremont Graduate University. In addition to his faculty appointments, Zumeta is an …

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What Matters for Excellence in PhD Programs?: Latent Constructs of Doctoral Program Quality Used by Early Career Social Scientists

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This paper unpacks how social science doctorate-holders come to evaluate overall excellence in their PhD training programs based on their domain-specific assessments of aspects of their programs. Latent class analysis reveals that social scientists 6-10 years beyond their PhD evaluate the quality of their doctoral program with one of two approaches. Graduates of elite programs rely heavily on perceptions of …

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