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Selected Bibliography on Doctoral Education: Sorted Chronologically


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2002

Suedkamp Wells, K. (2002, January 14). A Little Advice From 32,000 Graduate Students. The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Retrieved January 14, 2002 from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2002/01/2002011401c.htm 

Wagner, Robin. (2002, January 18). All I Really Need to Know I Learned ... in Graduate School?  Chronicle of Higher Education [On-line]. Retrieved January 18, 2002 from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2002/01/2002011802c.htm 

 

2001

Compte rendu du deuxieme colloque national des Ecoles Doctorales (Conclusions from the second national colloquium of doctoral-granting schools). (2001). (pp. 1-107). Lille, France.

American Association for Higher Education. (2001, February). 9th annual AAHE conference on faculty roles & rewards:  Conference preview. Paper presented at the The Changing Professoriate:  New Technologies, New Generation, Tampa, Florida.

American Institute of Biological Sciences. (2001, July 9). American Institute of Biological Sciences Homepage [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.aibs.org/ 

American Psychological Association. (2001). The APA Education Directorate [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.apa.org/ed/ 

Applegate, J. L. (2001, November). Engaged Graduate Education: Seeing with New Eyes. CGS Communicator, 34(9), 1-2, 6.

Applegate, J. L. (2001, September). Engaged Graduate Education: Skating to where the puck will be. Spectra, 37(9), 2-6.

Basalla, S. D., Maggie. (2001). "So What Are You Going To Do With That?": A Guide to Career-Changing for M.A.'s and Ph.D.'s. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Bennett, E. R., Greg. (2001, July/August). Doctoral Programs Flunk a Test. Stanford Magazine, 28.

Chronicle of Higher Education. (2001). A glance at the May issue of The Washington Monthly: The Truth behind the Ph.D. "shortage". Chronicle of Higher Education.

Chubin, D. E., & Pearson, W. J. (2001). Scientists and engineers for the new millennium: Renewing the human resource, Washington, DC.

Committee, G. S. R. (2001). Review of Graduate Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences. London: The British Academy.

Curran, C. (2001). Graduate Programs Look to Revamp PhD. Retrieved August 20, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.uc.edu/news/phdedu.htm 

Demoulin, P. (2001, May). Doc'd: Why a Ph.D. is a fast ticket to the unemployment line. Washington Monthly.

Farrell, E. (2001, Nov. 30). Number of Ph.D.'s Awarded Rebounds After a 1-Year Dip. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Freeman, Richard B.; Weinstein, Eric; Marincola, Elizabeth; Rosenbaum, Janet; Solomon, Frank. (2001, August).  Careers and Rewards in Bio Sciences: the disconnect between scientific progress and career progression.

Hines, S. (2001, December). Urban ecology: Collaborative program prepares students for real world. University Week, 19(9).  Retrieved December 12, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://depts.washington.edu/uweek/archives/2001.12.DEC_06/ 

Jacobson, J. (2001, May 21). Minority Groups Are Poorly Represented on Chemistry Faculties, Study Finds.  Chronicle of Higher Education [On-line]. Retrieved November 13, 2001 from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/daily/2001/05/2001052101n.htm

Johnson, M. (2001, June). Sellout: A resource for Ph.D.s considering careers beyond the university [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.ironstring.com/sellout 

Joyce, A. (2001, January 29). Ph.D.  Candidates Can Take Job Search to a Level Beyond Academia. The Washington Post, pp. E7.

Kosters, E. C. (2001, February 7). ITC PhD Program [On-line]. International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.itc.nl/research/ 

Lazarus, B. B., Ritter, L. M., & Ambrose, S. A. (2001). The Woman's Guide to Navigating the Ph.D. in Engineering & Science. IEEE Press.

Leatherman, C. (2001). U.S. Research Universities Report a Drop in the Number of Ph.D.'s Awarded. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Lovitts, B. E. (2001). Leaving the Ivory Tower: The Causes and Consequences of Departure from Doctoral Study. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Massy, W. F. G., Charles A. (2001). The Ph.D. Factory Training and Employment of Science and Engineering Doctorates in the United States. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Co.

Montell, G. (2001, December 21). English Ph.D.'s Continue to Face a Tough Market. The Chronicle of Higher Education.  Retrieved December 21, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2001/12/2001122101c.htm

National Graduate and Professional Students. (2001). 2001 National Doctoral Program Survey. Retrieved Oct. 17, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://survey.nagps.org/ 

National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Studies.  (2001, July).  Strategic Research Partnerships: Proceedings from an NSF Workshop.  Arlington: National Science Foundation.

Nelson, C. (2001, June 29). 10 Ways to Keep Graduate Students from Quitting. Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/free/v47/i42/42b02001.htm

Nelson, M. (2001, October 7).  Researchers are giving doctorate the 3rd degree.  The Chicago Tribune.  Retrieved Oct. 8, 200,  from the World Wide Web: http://chicagotribune.com/business/custom/educationtoday/chi-0110050444oct07.story 

Pion, Georgine M.  (2001, March).  The Early Career Progress of NRSA Predoctoral Trainees and Fellows.  Bethesda: National Institutes of Health.

Raber, L. (2001). Ph.D.'s sound off. Chemical & Engineering News, 79(8), 65.

Rhodes, Frank H. T. (2001). The Creation of the Future: The Role of the American University. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Roach, R. (2001, November 22). A Model Project. Black Issues in Higher Education. 18(20), 27-29.

Santschi, M.  (2001, October 25).  Graduate Students Give UW's Doctoral Programs a "C+".  The Daily, 1, 10.

Smallwood, S. (2001). Wilson Foundation announces plan to increase the value of the Ph.D. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1-3.

Smallwood, S. (2001). Graduate Students Give Their Programs Mixed Reviews in New Survey. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Trainor, J. S. (2001). Being Material Enough: New Directions for Reforming English. College English, 63(6), 769-779.

Trower, C. A., Ann E.; Sorcinelli, Mary Deane. (2001). Paradise Lost: How the academy converts enthusiastic recruits into early-career doubters. Retrieved July 30, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.aahe.org/bulletin/paradiselost.htm 

Tsapogas, J. (2001). Retention of the Best Underrepresented Minority Graduates in Science and Engineering. Making Strides, 3(1), 1-8.

University of California at Berkeley. (2001). Material for dissertation retreats at Berkeley/Stanford [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://ias.berkeley.edu/DissertationWKSP/ 

University of Michigan. (2001, May). Millenium project [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://milproj.ummu.umich.edu/ 

Walker, D. (2001, September 25). British Universities Face Ph.D. Shortage in Humanities and Social Sciences. Chronicle of Higher Education [On-line]. Retrieved October 5, 2001 from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/daily/2001/09/2001092507n.htm 

Walzer, Kevin. (2001, May 25). Sellout Studies and Scholarship.  Chronicle of Higher Education [On-line]. Retrieved June 5, 2001 from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2001/05/2001052503c.htm  

Weidman, J. T., Darla J.; Stein, Elizabeth Leahy. (2001). The Socialization of Graduate & Professional Students in Higher Education: Jossey-Bass, Incorporated Publishers.

Weisbuch, C., Couesnon, C., Courtois, J.-Y., & Tixier, R. (2001). The Doctoriales:  A French seminar to prepare for life after the doctorate [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.doctoriales.com 

Weisbuch, R. (2001, September 4).  The Year of Full Employment. Chronicle of Higher Education [On-line]. Retrieved September 4, 2001 from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2001/09/2001090401c.htm 

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. (2001). The Responsive Ph.D.: An Initative to Improve the Doctoral Experience in the Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 2/13, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.woodrow.org/responsivephd/ 

Woolson, C. (2001, October 25).  The Gender Gap in Science.  The Chronicle of Higher Education  [On-line]. Retrieved October, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2001/10/2001102201c.htm 

 


2000

 

Deneef, A. L. (2000). Discussion group notes from "The Purpose of the PhD as Preparation for Employment" (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1260(1262).

Diamond, N. G., Hugh Davis. (2000). How Should We Rate Research Universities? Change, 32(4), 21.

Diaz, A. (2000). The Harvard College guide to careers in public service. Cambridge, MA: OCS Publications.

Duderstadt, J. (2000). Graduate education, A University for the 21st century. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Goldsmith, S. (2000). Career Paths for PhDs in and beyond the Academy. ADE-Bulletin, 124, 33-35.

Guillory, J. (2000). The system of graduate education  (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1154-1164.

Guillory, J. (2000). The system of graduate education  (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1154-1164.

Hamblin, J. A. (Ed.). (2000). A walk through graduate education: Selected papers and speeches of Jules B. LaPidus, President of the Council of Graduate Schools 1984-2000. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools.

Harris, W. C. (Ed.). (2000). Graduate Education & Postdoctoral Training in the Mathematical & Physical Sciences: Workshop Report: DIANE Publishing Company.

Harvey, A.-M. (2000). Saying When: A Recent PhD's Perspective on Alternative Careers. ADE-Bulletin, 124, 40-42.

Hohendahl, P. U. (2000). After Three Decades of Crisis: What Is the Purpose of a PhD Program in Foreign Languages?  (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1228-1238.

Irwin, R. M. (2000). A participant's report (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1256(1252).

Kosters, E. (2000). Re-envisioning the PhD (A report on participating in the conference). Enschede, The Netherlands: International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences.

Kreeger, K. Y. (2000). Research in the Business World: the gap is closing between business, academic cultures. The Scientist, 14(20).

Leatherman, C. (2000). A New Push for ABDs To Cross the Finish Line. Chronicle of Higher Education, 46(29), A18-A20.

Lovitts, B. E. a. N., Cary. (2000). The Hidden Crisis in Graduate Education: Attrition from Ph.D. Programs. Academe, 89(6).

Magner, D. K. (2000). Critics urge overhaul of Ph.D. training, but disagree sharply on how to do so. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 46(34).

Malcom, S. (2000). Minority Ph.D. Production in SME Fields: Distributing the Work? Making Strides, 2(3), 1-6.

Marks, E. (2000). Reflections and recommendations (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1254-1257.

McGinn, D. B., Heather. (2000, November 13). A Ph.D. Hits the Road. Newsweek.

Michigan State University. (2000, September). Certificate in Teaching of College Science& Mathematics Program [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.msu.edu/user/gradschl/guidebook.htm 

Michigan State University. (2000). Michigan State Universityís Interdisciplinary Programs [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: www.msu.edu/user/gradschl/admiss/multi.htm 

Mignolo, W. D. (2000). The Role of the Humanities in the Corporate University (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1238-1245.

Morris, N. R. (2000, October 16). Putting Ph.D.s at the head of the class [On-line]. The Scientist. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.the-scientist.com/yr2000/oct/comm_001016.html

Murray, B. (2000). The growth of the new PhD: Higher education takes a hard look at the PhD and finds much that needs changing. Monitor on Psychology, 24-27.

National Center for Education Statistics. (2000). Digest of Education Statistics [On-line]. U.S. Department of Education. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://nces.ed.gov/edstats/ 

National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century. (2000). Before It's Too Late: A Report to the Nation. Washington, DC: US Department of Education.

National Research Council, Education and Career Studies Unit. (2000). Addressing the Nation's Changing Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Scientists.  Washington, DC: National Research Council.

National Research Council Staff Board on Chemical Sciences Staff. (2000). Graduate Education in the Chemical Sciences - Issues for the 21st Century: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

National Science Board. (2000). Science and engineering indicators 2000 (report to Congress submitted to the President first from National Science Foundation). Arlington, VA: National Science Board.

Nelson, C. (2000). Graduate studies and the job market   (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1200(1203).

Nyquist, J.  D.; Woodford, Bettina J. (2000). Re-envisioning the Ph.D.: What Concerns Do We Have?  Seattle, Washington: Center for Instructional Development and Research and University of Washington.  Retrieved from the World Wide Web: http://www.grad.washington.edu/envision/project_resources/concerns.html 

University of Michigan. (2000). How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty at a Diverse University. [Brochure]. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.

University of Michigan. (2000). How to Get the Mentoring You Want: A Gude for Graduate Students at a Diverse University. [Brochure]. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.

Roseth, R. (2000). Stakeholders in higher education re-think the Ph.D. Northwest Science & Technology, 1.

Shulman, L. (2000). Rethinking the Doctorate: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Soffen, G. (Artist). (2000). What Good Is a Ph.D.? [Unpublished document].

Stimpson, C. R. (2000). Myths of transformation: realities of change.   (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1142-1154.

Temes, P. (2000). Learning to love life outside academe. The Chronicle of Higher Education:  The Chronicle Review:  Observer, 47(16), 3.

Vella, F. d. M., Leopoldo; Mehler, Alan H.; Rombauts, Wilfried; White, Harold-B., III; Wood, E. J. (2000). Standards for the Ph.D. Degree in the Molecular Biosciences. Biochemical-Education, 28(1), 2-11.

Warsh, David. (2000, May 21). In the Cockpit of Change.  Boston Globe, F1.

Weisbuch, R. (2000). The humanities at work (Conference on the Future of Doctoral Education). PMLA, 115(5), 1202-1205.

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. (2000, June 20). Conference Materials. Paper presented at the Re-envisioning the Ph.D., the Future Participants, Princeton, New Jersey.


1999

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. (1998-99). ASME International AC-10: Personnel of Board of Governors, Councils and Committees. New York: Author.

Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities. (1999). Invitation to dialogue II:  Proposed framework for a new model of accreditation. Alameda, CA: Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (1999). Faculty shortages intensify nation's nursing deficit. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Issue Bulletin.

American Association of University Professors. (1999, April). Graduate Student Bill of Rights [Email from PFF listserv]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://lists.fsu.edu/pipermail/fellows/1999-April/000000.html 

American Educational Research Association. (1999, April 19-23). 1999 Annual Meeting Program. Paper presented at the On the threshold of the 21st Century:  Challenges and opportunities, Montreal, Canada.

Anonymous. (1999). Tenure in a chilly climate (women college teachers) [online journal: "apsanet," the American Political Association Online]. Retrieved September 6, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.apsanet.org/PS/march99/tenure.cfm 

Association of American Universities. (1999, February). Background briefing: Responses to criticisms about graduate education [On-line]. Retrieved March 29, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.tulane.edu/~aau/Criticisms.html 

Bair, C. R. H., Jennifer Grant. (1999, November 18-21). Doctoral Student Attrition and Persistence: A Meta-Synthesis of Research. Paper presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, San Antonio, TX.

Baldwin, L. (1999). A Yellow Wood: Diverging Career Pathways for Humanities PhDs. Retrieved August 30, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://yw.english.ucsb.edu/

Bellah, R. N. (1999). Freedom, coercion, and authority. Academe, 16-21.

Bianco-Mathis, V. C., Neal (Ed.). (1999). The full-time faculty handbook. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

Boxer, S. (1999, January 16). Down and out in academia, or: Professors or Proletarians? A test for downtrodden academics. New York Times, pp. A20-A21.

Boyd, K. (1999, March 26). Grad student union finally busts UC [On-line]. Science's Next Wave Magazine. Retrieved October, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nextwave.org 

Brennan, D. G. (1999, April 6-9). The Role of Structure and Policies in Promoting New Directions. Paper presented at the The Broadening Scope of Graduate Education: 1999 Proceedings of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools, St. Louis, MO.

Brenner, M. L. (1999, April 6-9). The Role of Structure in Promoting New Directions in Graduate Education. Paper presented at the The Broadening Scope of Graduate Education (1999 Proceedings of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools), St. Louis, MO.

Brimelow, P. (1999, May 31). Educators' bad math. Forbes.

Burstein, A. G., Neil. (1999, January 21-24). Against the Grain: The Natural History of an Inter-disciplinary Faculty Development Program. Paper presented at the The Academic Calling: Changing Commitments and Complexities (Seventh AAHE Conference on Faculty Roles & Rewards), San Diego, CA.

Carr, S. (1999). Western Governors University officials say they're content with modest pace of enrollment. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2.

Cavanaugh, J. (1999, February). The postdocs' plight. Johns Hopkins Magazine, 52-60.

Cherwitz, R. A., & Reed, J. (1999, February 21). Beyond preparing future faculty: Toward full-service professional development. Paper presented at the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools, Charleston, South Carolina.

Clayton, M. (1999, May 18). Glut of Ph.D.'s cheapens the degree. Christian Science Monitor, pp. 17.

Coleman, M. S. (1999, April 6-9, 1999). Defining Graduate Education for the 21st Century. Paper presented at the The Broadening Scope of Graduate Education: 1999 Proceedings of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools, St. Louis, MO.

Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology. (1999). Supply and demand. Comments, 36(5), 32.

Condra, P. (1999, April 27). Demise of a department. UW Daily, pp. 1.

Coppola, B. D. (Artist). (1999). Interdisciplinary studies at the interface of education

Daloz, L. A. (1999). Mentor: Guiding the Journey of Adult Learners. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Duke, N. K. B., Sarah W. (1999). Education Should Consider Alternative Formats for the Dissertation. Educational Researcher, 28(3), 31-36.

Einhellig, F. A. (1999, April 6-9, 1999). Interdisciplinary Programs: Challenges and Value. Paper presented at the The Broadening Scope of Graduate Education: 1999 Proceedings of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools, St. Louis, MO.

Erard, M. (1999). Pimping a Ph.D. Retrieved, from the World Wide Web: http://www.salon.com/books/it/1999/12/13/intellectual_entrepreneurs/index.html 

Exxon. (1999). The power of ideas: Ph.D. careers at Exxon. Houston: Exxon Corporation.

Felbinger, C. L. H., Marc; White, Jay D. (1999). The doctorate in public administration: Some unresolved questions and recommendations. Public Administration Review, 59(5), 459-464.

Fetterley, J. (1999). Symposium:  English 1999, Dreaming the future of English. College English, 61(6), 702-711.

Ford, J. (1999, January 19). Students on the back burner: Are academics suffering for the sake of research and scholarly publishing? The Daily.

Graduate Council's Advisory Committee for Graduate Student Instructors Affairs. (1999, Feb 3, 10, & 17). Proceeding of a faculty seminar. Paper presented at the Seventh Annual Seminar for Faculty Teaching with GSIs, University of California, Berkely.

Greenberg, M. (1999). Tasks for higher education accreditation. Washington, DC: Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Haeger, J. (1999, April 6-9, 1999). Defining Graduate Education. Paper presented at the The Broadening Scope of Graduate Education: 1999 Proceedings of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools, St. Louis, MO.

Haworth, K. (1999). More community colleges push to hire Ph.D.'s as professors. Chronicle of Higher Education, A12-A13.

Jacobs, M. (1999, March 15). Conference participants take hard look at Ph.D. education. Chemical and Engineering News, 55.

Katz, S. (1999, March 1). A computer is not a typewriter, or, getting right with information technology in the humanities [On-line]. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.wws.princeton.edu/~snkatz/papers/uvatlk.html 

Kellog Commission. (1999). Returning to our roots:  The engaged institution (Third report). Washington D.C.: Kellog Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities.

Kellog Commission. (1999). Returning to our roots:  A learning society (Fourth report). Washington D.C.: Kellog Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities.

LaPidus, J. B. (1999, April 7). Pressures for Change--Opportunities for Improvement (Presentation at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools) [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.smsu.edu/mags/1999mags/LaPidus.htm 

Leatherman, C. (1999). Graduate students win concessions at contentious MLA meeting. Chronicle of Higher Education, A15-A16.

Leatherman, C. (1999). Graduate students enjoy new clout in MLA to push agenda of job-market issues. The Chronicle of Higher Eduation, 46(17), 3.

Lieber, R., Kleiner, C., & Perry, J. (1999, March 29). Best graduate schools. U.S. News and World Report, 126, 74-115.

Magner, D. K. (1999). Administrators' report urges better pay for part-timers, post-tenure reviews. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Magner, D. K. (1999). For job hunters in academe, 1999 offers signs of an upturn. Chronicle of Higher Education, A14.

Magner, D. K. (1999). Record number of doctorates awarded in 1997. Chronicle of Higher Education, A14-A15.

Magner, D. (1999). Doctoral programs decide that smaller is better. Chronicle of Higher Education, 45(25), A12.

Magner, D. (1999). MLA looks at expanded masterís-degree programs as a tonic of the Ph.D. job crisis. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Magner, D. K. (1999). Master's degrees are the hot topic at a meeting on doctoral education. The Chronicle of Higher Education, A16.

Magner, D. K. (1999). A National Project Aims to "Re-Envision" the Ph.D.  The Chronicle of Higher Education, A17.

McGee, R. W. (1999). The case for a nonresearch doctorate in accounting: An application of economic and ethical theory to a practical issue. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(3), 560-565.

McGee, R. W. (1999). Some economic and ethical issues involved in AACSB accreditation. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(3), 449-469.

McGee, R. (1999). What's wrong with the curriculum in accounting PhD programs? Five case studies viewed from the perspectives of economics and ethics. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(1), 1-11.

McGee, R. (1999). The ethics of accounting faculty mobility at undergraduate universities: A comment on Smith. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(3), 489-496.

McGee, R. (1999). How to select accounting faculty : A look at some economic and ethical issues. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(4), 730-741.

McGee, R. W. (1999). Do accounting educators need a PhD?  A look at some neglected economic and ethical issues. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(2), 367-374.

McGee, R. W. (1999). Are Ph.D.'s more qualified to teach than non-Ph.D.'s? A look at some ethical and economic issues. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(4), 700-709.

Metenhauser, J. A. E., Brenda J. (Ed.). (1999). Reforming the Higher Education Curriculum. Phoenix: The American Council on Education and The Oryx Press.

Metzger, N., & Zare, R. (1999, January 29). Interdisciplinary research: From belief to reality [On-line]. Science. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/283/5402/642

Miles, J. (1999, Fall). Three Differences Between an Academic and an Intellectual: What Happens to the Liberal Arts When They Are Kicked Off Campus? [On-line]. Cross Currents, 49(3).  Retrieved November 20, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.crosscurrents.org/miles.htm 

Montell, G. (1999). MLA reports another rise in the number of tenure-track openings in English. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2.

Nagle, D. J. (1999). Distance Education Delivery of Advanced Degree Programs and Corporate Training and Education.

National Aeronautics & Space Administration. (1999). 1999 Graduate Student Researchers Program. Washinton, DC: Author.

National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. (1999). Managing faculty assets to accommodate new realities. NCHEMS News, 15, 2-5.

National Opinion Research Center. (1999). Summary Report 1998: Doctorate Recipients from United States Universities. Chicago: University of Chicago.

National Research Council. (1999). Transforming undergraduate education in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Nerad, M., & Cerny, J. (1999). Widening the circle:  Another look at women graduate students. CGS Communicator, 32(6), 1-7.

Nerad, M., & Cerny, J. (1999, September 3). Postdoctoral patterns, career advancement, and problems. Science, 285, 1533-1535.

Nerad, M., & Cerny, J. (1999). From rumors to facts: Career outcomes of English Ph.D.'s: Results from the Ph.D.ís-Ten Years Later Study. CGS Communicator, 32(7).

Nettles, M. T. M., Catherine M. (1999). The Human Capital Liabilities of Underrepresented Minorities in Pursuit of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Doctoral Degrees. Research News On Minority Graduate  Education  (MGE), 1(2).

Newhouse, M. (1999, July 2). The view from Britain [On-line]. Beyond the Ivory Tower. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/v45/i44/4544beyond.htm 

Newhouse, M. (1999, March 12). How they did it:  Landing a job outside academe [On-line]. Beyond the Ivory Tower. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/v45/i28/4528beyond.htm 

Newhouse, M. (1999, April 9). Deprogramming from the academic cult [On-line]. Beyond the Ivory Tower. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/v45/i32/4532beyond.htm 

Newhouse, M. (1999, May 7). What if you love teaching but can't get an academic job? [On-line]. Beyond the Ivory Tower. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/v45/i36/4536beyond.htm 

Nyquist, J. N., Manning, L., Wulff, D.H., Austin, A.E., Sprague, J., Fraser, P.K., Calcagno, C., & Woodford, B. (1999). On the road to becoming a professor:  The graduate student experience. Change, 18-27.

Nyquist, J. D. (1999). Re-envisioning the Ph.D.: Can It Be Done? Geotimes, 5.

Ph.D Study Commission at Wayne State University. (1999). Report of the Commission to Study the Present and Future Status of the Wayne Sate University Ph.D. Programs:  April 1999. Detroit: Wayne State University.

Raber, L. R. (1999). Evaluating Ph.D. education. Chemical & Engineering News, 77(22), 36-37.

University of Michigan. (1999). Graduate Student Mentoring Handbook. [Brochure]. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.

Reis, R. (1999, February 4). Improving the education of doctoral students in science and engineering. Paper presented at the Paper presented to the Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy.

Reklaitis, G. V., & Bartels, K. (1999, August). Does U.S. graduate education work for the chemical industry? CHEMTECH, 7-13.

Robinson, S., & Golde, C. M. (1999, November). Waffling and flailing:  Undergraduates in pursuit of a Ph.D. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, San Antonio, TX.

Rosenberg, L. E. (1999). The Physician-Scientist: An essential--and fragile--link in the medical research chain. The Journal of Clinical Investigation, 103(12), 1621-1626.

Rosenberg, L. E. (1999, January 15). Physician-Scientists--Endangered and essential. Science, 283, 331-332.

Schuster, J. H. (Artist). (1999). Project on the future of the professoriate [Project description].

Smith, S. (1999). The ethics of accounting faculty mobility at undergraduate universities. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 2(3), 473-486.

Spinelli, G., & Yopp, J. H. (1999, December). Inter-national articulation programs for graduate education. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the European Association for International Education, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Tarnow, E. (1999, June 14). An Offending Survey [On-line]. Salon.com: Ivory Tower. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.salon.com/books/it/1999/06/14/scientific_authorship

Triggle, D. J., & Miller, K. W. (1999). Commission on the Future of Graduate Education in the Pharmaceutical Sciences:  Final report. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 63, 218-248.

University of Wisconsin. (1999, April 15-18). Conference Proceedings.  (Included is the Report on MLA Conference on Future of Doctoral Education by John Coldewey). Paper presented at the MLA Conference on the future of Doctoral Education, Madison, WI.

Walker, G. E. (1999, December 4). The scholarship of teaching. Paper presented at the Meeting sponsored by the American Association for Higher Education and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Washington, DC.

Weisbuch, R. (1999). Six proposals to revive the humanities. Chronicle of Higher Education, B4-5.

Will, G. (1999). A glut of Ph.D.'s. Retrieved June 22, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.sacbee.com/voices/national/will/will_19990425.html 

Wilson, R. (1999). Yale relies on TAs and Adjuncts for teaching, report says. Chronicle of Higher Education, A15.

Wilson, R. (1999). Computer scientists flee academe for industry's greener pastures: Universities face severe shortages at a time of booming undergraduate education. Chronicle of Higher Education, A16-A17.

Winston, G. C. (1999). For-profit higher education: Godzilla or chicken little? Change, 13-19.

Yale University's Graduate Employees and Students Organization. (1999). Casual in blue : Yale and the academic labor market [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.yaleunions.org/geso/cb/casual.htm

Yopp, J. H. (1999, December). Transnational graduate and professional education: Its forms, driving forces, barriers, and assessment. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the European Association for International Education, Maastricht, The Netherlands.


1998

American Association for the Advancement of Science. (1998, December 18). Department of Education closes Graduate Fellowship Program [On-line]. Science's Next Wave Magazine. Retrieved October 4, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/1998/12/17/33 

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (1998). As RNs age, nursing schools seek to expand the pool of younger faculty. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Issue Bulletin.

American Council on Education. (1998). More collaboration urged to ensure students obtain necessary job skills. Higher Education and National Affairs, 47(12).

American Philosophical Association. (1998). Doctoral education and placement in philosophy: What philosophy Ph.D.'s are doing. Philadelphia, PA: Author.

American Psychological Association. (1998). Psychology: Careers for the Twenty-first Century. Washington, DC: Author.

American Society for Microbiology. (1998). Profile of recent doctoral graduates in microbiology: 1996 and 1997 graduates second review draft. Rockville, MD: American Society for Microbiology.

American Society for Microbiology. (1998). Associates and Preceptors Handbook: American Society for Microbiology and National Centers for Infectious Diseases Postdoctoral Research Associates Program. Washington, DC: Author.

Anderson, M. S., Judith. (1998). The Experience of Being in Graduate School: An Overview. In M. S. Anderson (Ed.), The Experience of Being in Graduate School: An Exploration (Vol. 26, pp. 3-14). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Arenson, K. W. (1998, November 11). Questions about future of those many Ph.D.'s. New York Times.

Association of American Universities. (1998). Committee on Graduate Education: Report and Recommendations. Washington, DC: Author.

Association of American Universities. (1998). Committee on Postdoctoral Education:  Report and recommendations. Washington, DC: Association of American Universities.

Association of American Universities. (1998). Graduate Education Report: Final Draft. Washington, DC: Association of American Universities.

Baker, J. G. (1998). Gender, Race, and Ph.D. Completion in Natural Science and Engineering. Economics of Education Review, 17(2), 179-188.

Berger, J. (1998, March 8). Life as a Ph.D. trapped in a pool of cheap labor: Colleges grow reliant on temp professors. New York Times, pp. 27.

Berger, J. (1998, March 8). After her Ph.D., the scavenger's life: Trying to turn a patchwork of part-time jobs into an academic career. New York Times, pp. 35, 38.

Bloxham, J. (1998). Report of the faculty committee on graduate student financial support. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Board on Mathematical Sciences, & National Research Council. (1998, November 13-14). Leading, innovating, succeeding. Paper presented at the Annual Department Chairs Colloquium, Washington, DC.

Bowen, W. G., & Bok, D. (1998). The shape of the river:  Long-term consequences of considering race in college and university admissions. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Boyd, K. (1998). Grad students picket in California [online journal]. Science's Next Wave. Retrieved December 3, 1998, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nextwave.org/cgi/content/full/1998/12/01/1

Boyer Commission on Educating Undergraduates in the Research University. (1998). Reinventing Undergraduate Education: A Blueprint for America's Research Universities. Washington, DC: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Boyle, P. B., Bob. (1998). Best Practices for Enculturation: Collegiality, Mentoring and Structure. In M. S. Anderson (Ed.), The Experience of Being in Graduate School: An Exploration (Vol. 26, pp. 87-94). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Bunk, S. (1998). Young Scientists Face Demand for Broader-Based Education. The Scientist, 12[16](12).

Cassuto, L. (1998). Pressures to publish fuel the professionalization of today's graduate students. Chronicle of Higher Education, B4.

Clark, B. (1998). Creating Entrepreneurial Universities: Organizational Pathways of Transformation. New York, NY: Pergamon, published for the IAU Press.

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. (1998). Standards for accreditation of baccalaureate and graduate nursing education programs. Washington, DC: Author.

Commission on Professionals in Science & Technology (CPST). (1998). Road map for Conducting Employment Surveys of Doctoral Graduates in S&E (pp. 1-51). New York, NY: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology. (1998). Employment outcomes of doctorates in science and engineering. Washington, DC: CPST.

Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology. (1998). Salary and employment survey 1998. Science's Next Wave Magazine. Retrieved August 21, 1998, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nextwave.org/survey/survey11.dtl 

Council of Graduate Schools. (1998, December 9-12). Conference Materials. Paper presented at the Council of Graduate Schools' 1998 Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

Davis, P. P., James; Delmonth, Timothy J. (1998). Evolution of Team-Based Graduate Education Through a Survey of Prospective Employers. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 9(1), 105-119.

Deem, R. (1998, July 15-16). Doctoral routes-Different paths to the same destination? Paper presented at the Paper presented to the UK Council for Graduate Education Summer Conference, University of Greenwich.

Diamond, R. M., & Adam, B. E. (1998). Changing priorities at research universities: 1991-1996 (Presentation handout). Syracuse University: Center for Change in Higher Education.

Diamond, R. M. G., P. J. (1998). 1997 National study of teaching assistants. Syracuse: Syracuse University.

Diment, G. (1998, June 3). An open letter to Gov. Gary Locke and the 2020 Commission on the Future of Higher Education. The Daily of the University of Washington, pp. 4.

Dodd, D. W. (1998). History in the community: Public history team research at UCSB. Perspectives, 38-40.

Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters. (1998, October 16). Ph.D. comparative studies:  Public intellectuals program [On-line]. Florida Atlantic University. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.fau.edu/divdept/schmidt/phd.htm 

Duderstadt, J. L. (Artist). (1998). Graduate education in science and engineering: A time for reassessment? [unpublished article].

Easton, S. (Artist). (1998). Addressing complex issues in a communication graduate program [Unpublished manuscript].

Finkelstein, M. J., Seal, R. K., & Schuster, J. H. (1998). The new academic generation, The new academic generation:  A profession in transformation. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Finn, C. E., Jr. (1998). Today's academic market requires a new taxonomy of colleges. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(18), B4-B5.

Fischer, B. Z., Michael. (1998). Survival Skills for Graduate School and Beyond. In M. S. Anderson (Ed.), The Experience of Being in Graduate School: An Exploration (Vol. 26, pp. 29-41). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Fiske, P. (1998, November 27). A Postdoc Bill of Rights [On-line]. Science's Next Wave. Retrieved December 3, 1998, from the World Wide Web: http://nextwave.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/1998/11/24/1 

Flamm, M. (1998, August 3). Publish, perish, or move to Wall Street. Crain's New York Business, pp. 19.

Freericks, J. (1998). Proposal for the graduate program in physics and supplemental information. Washington, D.C.: Author.

Gaff, J. G. P. L., Anne S. (1998). Preparing College Faculty, New Directions for Higher Education (Vol. 26, pp. 77-86).

Givens, D. B., Evans, P., & Jablonski, T. (1998, September). 1997 AAA survey of anthropology Ph.D.'s [On-line]. Department of Academic Relations, American Anthropology Association. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.aaanet.org/surveys/97survey.htm 

Goldberg, C. (1998, October 21). After suicide, Harvard alters policies on graduate students. New York Times.

Golde, C., and Dore, Timothy. (1998). Doctoral student education and career preparation:  A proposal to the Pew Charitable Trusts. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin.

Golde, C. (1998). Beginning Graduate School: Explaining First-Year Doctoral Attrition. In M. S. Anderson (Ed.), The Experience of Being in Graduate School: An Exploration (Vol. 101, pp. 55-64). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Gorovitz, S. (1998). Ethical issues in graduate education. Science and Engineering Ethics, 4(2), 235-250.

Graduate Council's Advisory Committee for Graduate Student Instructors Affairs. (1998, Spring). Feedback and evaluation form & follow-up assessment. Paper presented at the Faculty Seminar on Teaching with GSIs.

Greenberg, M. (1997-98). Reducing the lame-duck syndrome. Planning for Higher Education, 26, 55-57.

Greenberg, M. (1998). Wanted: Straight talk in classified ads. AGB Trusteeship, 36.

Griffiths, P. A. (1998, April 1). Reshaping the graduate education of scientists and engineers: An update [On-line testimony]. Office of Congressional & Government affairs. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: Web Site

Grossman, I. E. O., Julio M. (1998). Is graduate education meeting industry's needs? CHEMTECH, 28(8), 7-11.

Guernsey, L. (1998). A new career track combines teaching and academic computing:  'Instructional Designers' help fellow professors take advantage of technology in the classroom. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 45(16), 4.

Hall, S. S. (1998, November 29). Lethal chemistry at Harvard. New York Times Magazine, 120-128.

Hamblin, J. A. (Ed.). (1998). Distance graduate education:  Opportunities and challenges for the 21st century. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools Task Force on Distance Graduate Education.

Handy, C. (1998). A Proper Education. Change, 13-19.

Heiberger, S. (1998). Dudley House Career Chat: "From academic to entrepreneur to intrapreneur". GSAS Bulletin, 26(8), 1-2.

House Committee on Science. (1998). Unlocking our future:  Toward a new national science policy--A report to Congress. Washington, D.C.

Industrial Research Institute. (1998). Annual Report. Washington, DC: Author.

Isaac, A. (1998). African American student's guide to surviving graduate school. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Judson, D. (1998, August 21). Science grads find fewer jobs, low salaries. The Detroit News.

Kellog Commission. (1998). Returning to our roots:  Student access (Second report). Washington D.C.: Kellog Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities.

Kellogg Company. (1998). Annual Report. Battle Creek, MI: Author.

Kennedy, J. L. (1998, December 27). Ph.D.'s have uphill battle ahead for jobs. Seattle Times, pp. K2.

LaPidus, J. B. (1998). "If we want things to stay as they are, then things will have to change". In M. S. Anderson (Ed.), The Experience of Being in Graduate School: An Exploration (Vol. 26, pp. 95-102). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

LaPidus, J. B. (1998). Broadening the scope of graduate education: Postbaccalaureate futures (Keynote address to The 54th Annual Meeting of MAGS). Midwestern Association of Gradual School. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.smsu.edu/mags/Broadening.htm 

Leatherman, C. (1998). Graduate students push for reforms. Chronicle of Higher Education, A12-A13.

Leatherman, C. (1998). Research universities urged to do better job of tracking careers of Ph.D.'s. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2.

Lee, V. S. (1998). Fostering cooperation and collaboration among university units in preparing graduate students as teachers. Paper presented at the Paper presented at the 23rd Annual conference of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Magner, D. K. (1998). Survey suggests teaching may be getting more emphasis at research universities. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(18), A16.

Malcom, S., Van Horne, V. V., Gaddy, C. D., & George, Y. S. (1998). Losing ground:  Science and engineering graduate education of Black and Hispanic Americans: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Mann, S. (1998). Finding jobs in political science:  1996 Placement candidates report on their employment search and outcomes. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.

Manning, L. (1998). Laura's thoughts on Golde and Dore's "Gaps in the training of future faculty". Seattle: Center for Instructional Development, University of Washington.

Marcus, L. (1998, May 5). Tight academic job market gives Ph.D.'s the business. Chicago Sun-Times, pp. 3A.

McGee, R. W. (1998). What's wrong with doctoral education in accounting? A look at some economics and ethical issues. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 1(4), 688-699.

McGovern, V. (1998). Postdoctoral associations converge to compare practices [On-line]. Science's Next Wave. Retrieved December 3, 1998, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nextwave.org/cgi/content/full/1998/11/25/1 

McLauchlin, D. (1998). President's message:  Doctoral candidates decreasing [Print-out of former front-page article, no longer available on-line]. Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Association. Retrieved, from the World Wide Web:

Michigan State University. (1998, January). MSU Certification in College Teaching Guidebook [On-line]. Michigan State University Graduate School. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.msu.edu/user/gradschl/guidebook.htm 

National Institute for Science Education. (1998). Graduate Education Forum Videocassettes. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Center for Education Research.

National Institute for Science Education. (1998, June 29-30). Descriptions of Programs and Strategies for Change. Paper presented at the Graduate Education Forum: Strengthening Graduate Education in Science and Engineering: Promising Practices and Strategies for Implementation, Arlington, VA.

National Research Council. (1998). Graduate education programs in life sciences should curtail growth. Washington, DC: National Research Council Commission on Life Sciences.

National Research Council Committee on Dimensions and Causes and Implications of Recent Trends in the Careers of Life Scientists. (1998). Trends in the early careers of life scientists. Washington, DC: National Research Council.

National Science Board of National Science Foundation. (1998). The federal role in science and engineering graduate and postdoctoral education (NSB 97-235). Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

National Science Foundation. (1998). Graduate Education Reform and International Mobility of Scientists in Japan and Related Information for Korea. Paper presented at the NSF Workshop.

National Science Foundation, D. o. S. R. S. (1998). Statistical profiles of foreign doctoral recipients in science and engineering: Plans to stay in the United States. Arlington: National Science Foundation.

National Science Foundation, D. o. S. R. S. (1998). Summary of Workshop on Graduate Student Attrition.

Newhouse, M. (1998, December 4). Transferring your skills to a non-academic setting [On-line]. Beyond the Ivory Tower. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://chronicle.com/jobs/v45/i16/4516beyond.htm

Newitz, A. (1998). Out of academia: Why do we think that Ph.D.'s are only good for making someone into a professor? [On-line]. Salon Magazine. Retrieved November 13, 1998, from the World Wide Web: http://www.salonmagazine.com/it/career/1998/11/06career.html 

Noll, R. G. (1998). The American research university : An introduction. In R. G. Noll (Ed.), Challenges to research universities (pp. 1-30). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.

Nyquist, J. D., & Sprague, J. (1998). Thinking developmentally about TAs. In J. P. M. Marincovich, & F. Stout (Ed.), The professional  development of graduate teaching assistants (pp. 61-87). Boston: Anker.

Phillips, V., & Yager, C. (1998). The best distance learning graduate schools. New York: Princeton Review.

Ransdell, L., Blondin, J. A., Losse, D. N., & Rehling, S. (1998). Preparing doctoral students for faculty roles: The Arizona State University model. Journal of Graduate Assistant Development, 5(3), 119-125.

Rolnick, J. (1998). Researcher laments higher education's isolation from the public. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 45(6), A16.

Schacht, R. (1998). W(h)ither Graduate Study in Philosophy? Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, 71(5), 99-114.

Schoenfeld, A. (Artist). (1998). Notes on the preparation of education researchers [Paper prepared for the National Academy of Education's Commission for Improving Education Research].

Scholes, R. (1998). The PhD Situation. ADE-Bulletin, 121, 9-15.

Schuster, J. H. (1998, January/February). Reconfiguring the professoriate:  An overview. Academe, 48-53.

Showalter, E. (1998). Let's not go gentle into that museum. MLA Newsletter, 3.

Snyder, C. (1998, May 26-28). Princeton graduate students seek alternatives to profdom. Princeton Business Journal, pp. 3-4.

Spencer, A. (1998). Learning new tricks: A grad school sabbatical in industry. Retrieved, from the World Wide Web: http://nextwave.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/1998/03/29/231 

Temple, L. (1998, December 9). Debt, isolation can break grad students. USA Today.

Thompson, W. F. (1998). Interdisciplinary research training group on the biology of transgenic plants annual report (BIR-9420689). Raleigh, NC: DOE/NSF/USDA Collaborative Research in Plant Biology Program Grant, North Carolina State University.

Tobias, S., & Birrer, F. (1998). The science-trained professional: A new breed for the new century. Industry and Higher Education, 213-216.

Triggle, D. J. (1998, May). The death of the guilds and other serious matters and where are we going in graduate education and research. Paper presented at the Presentation at the Graduate School Annual Meeting, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.

Troy, T. (1998, December 14). Foreign students grab UT bargain. Toledo Blade.

University of Washington. (1998, Autumn). Doctoral students prepare for the job market. UW Business, 20, 19.

Weisbuch, R. (1998, November 19). Triumph for the humanities:  Proposals to end the liberal arts' losing streak. Paper presented at the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students, Boston, MA.

Weisbuch, R. (1998, December 11). Address. Paper presented at the Council of Graduate Schools Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Williard, R. (1998). Trends among biomedical investigators at top-tier research institutions: a study of the Pew Scholars. Academic Medicine, 73(7), 783-789.

Wilson, R. (1998). Universities scramble to find teachers of freshman composition. Chronicle of Higher Education, A12-A14.

Wilson, R. (1998). Citing crisis in job market, MLA urges changes in graduate education. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(18), A15-A16.

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. (1998, October 22-24). The humanities Ph.D. and careers outside the academy. Paper presented at the A Convening Organized by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Princeton, NJ. [Available on-line at: http://www.woodrow.org/conferences/phd/].

Yee, J. A. (1998). Building a community of scholars: The role of the Asian American Ph.D. Forum and Directory in recruitment and retention at Stanford University (Paper). Stanford, CA: Stanford University.


1997

Academic Deans of Commonwealth Partnership. (1997). What you should know. Journal of College Science Teaching, 26(5), 311-312.

American  Society for Microbiology. (1997). Follow-up survey: Research fellowships. Washington, DC: Author.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (1997). Bachelor's degree enrollments continue decline at nation's nursing schools, AAC finds [On-line]. Retrieved January 6, 1997, from the World Wide Web: http:///www.aacn.nche.edu/Media/NewsReleases/97jan6ud.htm 

American Society for Microbiology. (1997). American Society for Microbiology Board of Education and Training Strategic Plan 1998-2000. Washington, DC: Author.

American Society for Microbiology. (1997). Focus on ASM Fellows:  Board of Education and Training 1997 Fellowship Report. Washington, DC: Author.

Appelquist. (1997). Graduate students are not employees. Chronicle of Higher Education, 43(32), B6.

Berube, M. (1997). The contradictions of the job market in English. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(17), B7.

Board on Mathematical Sciences, & National Research Council. (1997, November 7-8). Being more resourceful and winning more resources. Paper presented at the Annual Department Chairs Colloquium, Bethesda, MD.

Boyer, E. L. (1997). Scholarship reconsidered:  Priorities of the professoriate. Princeton, N.J.: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Burgess, D. R. (1997). Barriers to graduate school for minority group students. Chronicle of Higher Education, B7-8.

Business-Higher Education Forum. (1997). Business-Higher Education Forum Task Force on High-Performance Work and Workers: The Academic Connection. Paper presented at the Spanning the chasm: Corporate and academic cooperation to improve work-force preparation, Washington, DC.

Cavusgil, S. T. H., Nancy E. (Ed.). (1997). Internationalizing Doctoral Education in Business: Viewpoints & Proposals for Change: Michigan State University Press.

Clark, B. R. (1997). The modern integration of research activities with teaching and learning. Journal of Higher Education, 68(3), 241-255.

Cohen, J. (1997). Learning the scholarship of teaching in doctorate-granting institutions. Journalism and Mass Communication Education, 27-38.

Commission on Professionals in Science & Technology (CPST). (1997). Postdocs and Career Prospects: A Status Report. Washington, DC: CPST.

Dunderstadt. (1997, August 20). Some observations concerning a possible National Science Board study of graduate education in science and engineering. Paper presented at the Presented at the National Science Board Meeting, Washington, DC.

Ellenberg, J. (1997). The Great Ph.D. Scam. Retrieved August 4, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.bostonphoenix.com/alt1/archive/styles/97/03/06/DEGREES.html 

Gappa, J. M., & MacDermid, S. M. (1997). Work, family, and the faculty career (Working Paper Series: New Pathways: Faculty Careers and Employment for the 21st Century, Inquiry #8). Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.

Geiger, R. (1997). Doctoral education:  The short-term crisis vs. long-term challenge. The Review of Higher Education, 20(3), 239-251.

Gilbert, S. (1997). Final report of MLA Committee on Professional Employment. New York: Modern Language Association.

Golde, C., & Dore, T. (1997, November). Gaps in the training of future faculty:  Doctoral student perceptions. Paper presented at the Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Goodchild, L. F. M., Margaret M. (1997). The American Doctorate and Dissertation: Six Developmental Stages. New Directions for Higher Education, 99, 17-32.

Gose, B. (1997). A community college in Virginia attracts Ph.D.'s -- as students. Chronicle of Higher Education, 43(44), A33-A44.

Graduate Council's Advisory Committee for Graduate Student Instructors Affairs. (1997, Spring). Feedback and evaluation form. Paper presented at the Faculty on Teaching with GSIs.

Green, K. E. (1997). Psychosocial Factors Affecting Dissertation Completion. New Directions for Higher Education, 99, 57-64.

Greenberg, M. (1997). What about tenure? Is tenure needed? Metropolitan Universities, 8(1), 75-82.

Greenberg, M. (1997). Scattering academe's lame duck. AGB Trusteeship, 27-30.

Hambrick, R. (1997). The identity, purpose, and future of doctoral education. Journal of Public Administration Education, 3(2), 133-148.

Haworth, K. (1997). Science Ph.D.'s spend more time as postdocs. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(3), A17.

Haworth, J. G., & Conrad, C. E. (1997). Preface, Emblems of quality in higher education: developing and sustaining high-quality programs (pp. xi-xvii). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Haworth, J. G. C., C.E. (1997). An engagement theory of academic program quality, Emblems of quality in higher education: developing and sustaining high-quality programs (pp. 27-39). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Haworth, J. G., & Conrad, C. E. (1997). Diverse and engaged participants, Emblems of quality in higher education: developing and sustaining high-quality programs (pp. 41-61). Boston: Allyn and Bacon

Heiberger, S. (1997). Exploring careers outside of academia: A student perspective. GSAS Bulletin, 27(4), 1-2..

Hernandez, J. (1997). Recent research on selected topics in graduate education: An annotated bibliography. UCLA Graduate Division Information Services: Regents of the University of California.

Hooker, M. (1997). The transformation of higher education. In D. Oblinger & S. C. Rush (Eds.), The Learning Revolution. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing.

Iaccarino, A. (1997, May). Rethinking the role of history graduate programs [On-line]. American Historical Association Perspectives Online. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.theaha.org/perspectives/issues/1997/9705/9705OPI.CFM 

Johnson, M. A. (1997). The literature Ph.D. as successful--and contented--lead computer documentation writer:  A conversation with Mark Johnson of Intuit, Inc. Issues in Writing, 8(2), 114-133.

Kellog Commission. (1997). Returning to our roots:  The student experience (First report). Washington D.C.: Kellog Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities.

Kennedy, D. (1997). Academic Duty. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.

Klomparens, K., & Beck, J. (1997). Effective Strategies for Setting Expectations and Resolving Conflict for Graduate Students Program [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.cic.uiuc.edu/wise/Best1Guidebook/building_mutuality.htm 

Kluever, R. C. (1997). Students' Attitudes Twoard the Responsibilities and Barriers in Doctoral Study. New Directions for Higher Education, 99, 47-57.

LaPidus, J. B. (1997). Doctoral education:  Preparing for the future. CGS Communicator, 30(10), 1-9.

LaPidus, J. (1997). Why pursuing a Ph.D. is a risky business. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(12), A60.

LaPidus, J. B. (1997). Issues and themes in postgraduate education in the United States. In R. G. Burgess (Ed.), Beyond the first degree. United Kingdom: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press.

Lavallee, D. K. (1997). Doctoral education in chemistry - what's to be done? Journal of Chemical Education, 74(2), 147(141).

Leatherman, C. (1997). Should Dog Walking and House Sitting Be Required for a Ph.D.? Chronicle of Higher Education, A10-11.

Lenz, K. S. (1997). Nontraditional-Aged Women and the Dissertation: A Case Study Approach. New Directions for Higher Education, 99, 65-75.

Magee, R. M., Boyer, H. N., Lanpher, B. W., & Feigenbaum, K. D. (1997). Letters to the Editor Re: La Pidus, "Why Pursuing the Ph.D. is a Risky Business". Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(17), B10-B11.

Magner, D. K. (1997). "Small is beautiful" for its Ph.D. programs, Washington U. decides. Chronicle of Higher Education, 43(28), A14-A15.

Magner, D. (1997). A "Tenured Radical" takes aim at the inequities in academe. Chronicle of Higher Education, 43(36), A10-A11.

Magner, D. K. (1997). The number of minority Ph.D.'s reached an all-time high in 1996. Chronicle of Higher Education, A10-A11.

Menand, L. (1997, April 20). Everybody else's college education. New York Times Magazine, 48-49.

Menand, L. (1997). The demise of disciplinary authority. In A. Kernan (Ed.), What's Happened to the Humanities? (pp. 201-219). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Menand, L. (1997). Re-imagining liberal education. In R. Orrill (Ed.), Education and Democracy: Re-imagining Liberal Learning in America (pp. 1-19). New York: College Entrance Examination Board.

Modern Language Association Committee on Professional Employment. (1997, December). A guide: Evaluating the mission, size, and composition of your doctoral programs [On-line]. Retrieved February 22, 1997, from the World Wide Web: http://www.mla.org/reports/evaluate.htm 

National Academy of Engineering, & Institute of Medicine. (1997). "What Is a Mentor?" Chapter 1 of Advisor, Teacher, Role Model, Friend: On Being a Mentor to Students in Science and Engineering [On-line]. COSEPUP. Retrieved March 24, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/mentor/1.html 

National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, & Institute of Medicine. (1997). Advisor, teacher, role model, friend: On being a mentor to students in science and engineering. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

National Academy of Sciences. (1997). International benchmarking of US mathematics research:  Prepublication copy. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

National Research Council. (1997). Science teaching reconsidered:  A handbook. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

National Research Council Board on Mathematical Sciences. (1997). Preserving strength while meeting challenges:  Summary report of a workshop on actions for the mathematical sciences. Washington, DC: Author.

National Research Council Staff. (1997). Path to the Ph.D.: Measuring Graduate Attrition in the Sciences & Humanities. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

National Science Foundation. (1997, March 4). Conference Materials. Paper presented at the NSF Conference on Graduate Education.

National Science Foundation. (1997, December). GOALI:  Promoting university-industry partnerships [On-line journal]. Frontiers:  the Electronic Newsletter of the National Science Foundation. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.nsf.gov/od/lpa/news/publicat/frontier/12-97/12goali.htm 

Nelson, C. (Ed.). (1997). Will Teach for Food: Academic Labor in Crisis. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Nerad, M. (1997). The institution that cares: Berkeley's efforts to support dissertation writing in the humanities and social sciences. New Directions for Higher Education, 99, 75-90.

Newhouse, M. L. (1997). Cracking the academic nut: A guide to preparing for your academic career. Cambridge, MA: OCS Publishing.

Ohio Public University Staff. (1997). Statewide doctoral program review at Ohio's public universities 1994-1996:  A staff report to the Ohio Board of Regents. Columbus, OH: Ohio Board of Regents.

Owsen, D. M. (1997). Will distance learning and CD's finish accounting academe? [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://accounting.rutgers.edu/raw/aaa/pi/newsletr/fall97/owsen.htm 

Patterson, W. (1997, December). A survey of graduate certificate policies, procedures, and programs. Council of Graduate Schools. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.cgsnet.org/pdf/certif.pdf 

Pimbley, J. M. (1997, January). Physicists in finance. Physics Today, 50, 42-46.

Regets, M. (1997). What's happening in the labor market for recent science and engineering Ph.D. recipients? (Issue brief): National Science Foundation.

Reis, R. M. (1997). Tomorrow's professor:  Preparing for academic careers in science and engineering. New York: IEEE Press.

Rittner, B. T., Patricia. (1997). The Women's Guide to Surviving Graduate School. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Rohm and Haas Company. (1997). Molecule magic: Rohm and Haas Company annual report. Philadelphia, PA: Author.

Salters, R. E. (1997). Pursuing the Ph.D. in the Sciences and Engineering: Trends and Observations. New Directions for Higher Education, 99, 91-97.

Silverman, M. M., Peter; Sloane, Finbarr; Raffel, Madeleine; Pratt, Deborah. (1997). The Big Ten Student Suicide Study: A 10-Year Study of Suicides on Midwestern University Campuses. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 27(3), 285-303.

Smith, D. E. (1997). Textual Repressions: Hazards for Feminists in the Academy. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 9(2), 269-300.

Snyder, D. J. (1997, March 2). Sorry, the professional class is full. New York Times Magazine, 40-43.

Syverson, P. D., & Bagley, L. R. (1997). Graduate enrollment and degrees: 1986 to 1997. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools and Graduate Examinations Board.

Thatcher, S. (1997). A non-academic career? The American Philosophical Association, 21-23.

Triggle, D. J. (1997). The future ainít what it used to be, or the university as the Donner party. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 61(2), 207-213.

The universities' responsibilities to society: international perspectives. (1997, November 12-14). Paper presented at the The Fourth Mid-Term Conference of Heads of Universities, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.

University of Arizona Department of Chemistry. (1997). The University of Arizona Department of Chemistry Graduate Handbook 1997-1998 (Handbook). Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona.

University of California at Berkeley. (1997). Communities of scholars: Dissertation accelerators. The Graduate, 13(1), 1-3.

Webster, Z. (1997). Reforming Graduate Education. Mercury, 26(5), 19-23.

Wiegand, W. (1997). MisReading LIS education. Library Journal, 36-38.

Wilkes, J. (1997). Is work hell? Life in industrial research (Slide presentation given at the Carnegie-Mellon University Computer Science Department.). Palo Alto, CA: Hewlett-Packard Laboratories.

Wilson, R. (1997). A graduate student searches for a job teaching literature and ends up far afield. Chronicle of Higher Education, 43(33), A10-A11.

Wilson, R. (1997). Career success for some Ph.D.s comes by leaving academe behind. Chronicle of Higher Education, 44(10), A12-A 13.


1996

Advisory Committee to the National Science Foundation Directorate for Education and Human Resources. (1996). Shaping the future: New expectations for undergraduate education in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (1996). Nursing school seek balance of teaching and research skills in effort to boost the Ph.D. supply. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Issue Bulletin.

American Chemical Society. (1996, August 25-29). Education for Industry. Paper presented at the Industrial and Engineering Division Symposium on Education for Industry, Orlando, Florida.

American Society for Microbiology. (1996). Focus on ASM Fellows:  Board of Education and Training 1996 Fellowship Program Report. Washington, DC: Author.

Atkinson, R. (1996). Adjunct faculty:  A buyerís market. Newsletter of The Organization of American Historians, 24(4).

Atwell, R. H. (1996). Doctoral education must match the nation's needs and the realities of the marketplace. Chronicle of Higher Education, 43(14), B4-B5.

Ausubel, J. H. (1996). Malthus and graduate students: Checks on burgeoning ranks of Ph.D.'s [Online Journal]. The Scientist. Retrieved April 26, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.the-scientist.library.upenn.edu/yr1996/feb/malthus_960205.html 

Bander, K. W., & Rosenberg, L. E. (1996). Building bridges between academia and industry:  Forms, foundations, functions. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 70, 213-217.

Barkume, M. (1996, Winter). The job market for Ph.D.'s:  Two views. Occupational Outlook Quarterly, 40, 3-15.

Berberet, J. (1996, January 20). Preparation of new faculty for New American College careers. Paper presented at the Presentation notes for AAHE conference describe "New American Colleges" and what they require of employees.

Bilder, A. E. C., Clifton F. (1996). Challenges in Assessing Outcomes in Graduate and Professional Education. New Directions for Institutional Research, 92, 5-15.

Bowen, D. (1996, October 25). Restructuring graduate school. Science Magazine.

Breslow, R. (1996, October 14). Best practices in chemistry Ph.D. education. Chemical and Engineering News, 43.

Brodribb, S. B., Sylvia; Newhouse, Theresa; Spencer, Jenniver; Kyba, Nadia. (1996). The Equity Franchise. Women's Education des Femmes, 12(1), 12-20.

Brooks, P. (1996). Graduate learning as apprenticeship. Chronicle of Higher Education, 39(16), A52.

Brunell, J. S., & Judge, C. (1996). Research workshops advance Harvard's "Community of Scholars". GSAS Bulletin, 26(2), 1, 8.

Cage, M. C. (1996). Learning to teach: New Programs Prepare Graduate Students for Classroom Careers. Chronicle of Higher Education, A19-20.

Clark, B. R. (1996). Substantive growth and innovative organization:  New categories for higher education research, Higher Education (pp. 417-430): Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Commonwealth Partnership. (1996, May). What you should know:  An open letter to new Ph.D.'s [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.fandm.edu/CWP/whatyoushouldknow.html 

Domer, J. E. (1996). On the crisis in biomedical education:  Is there an over-production of biomedical PhDs? Academic Medicine, 72(8), 9.

Finn, C. E., Jr., & Manno, B. V. (1996). Behind the curtain. WQ, 44-53.

Fiske, P. (1996). To boldly go:  A practical career guide for scientists. Washington, DC: American Geophysical Union.

Greenberg, M. (1996, May 12). No time for teaching : A professor says the school year is too short. Washington Post.

Greenberg, M. (1996). Wild pitch: With tongue (and tobacco chaw) firmly in cheek, here's a suggestion that higher education treat professors like baseball players. Let's see if faculty can hit a hanging curve. AGB Trusteeship, 35.

Hartle, T. W., & Galloway, F. J. (1996). Too many Ph.D.'s?  Too many M.D.'s? Change, 28(5), 27-33.

Haworth, J. G. (Ed.). (1996). Assessing Graduate & Professional Education: Current Realities, Future Prospects (Vol. 92): Jossey-Bass, Incorporated Publishers.

Heiberger, S. (1996). Nontraditional career workshop shows students career alternatives. GSAS Bulletin, 26(4), 1-2.

Heindel, N. D. (1996). Science careers in a new era. Chemical and Engineering News, 80-81.

Ireton, M. F. W., Manduca, C. A., & Mogk, D. W. (1996). Shaping the future of undergraduate earth science education: Innovation and change using an earth system approach. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.

Jacobs, M. (1996, October 14). Educating doctoral chemists. Chemical and Engineering News, 40-42.

Johnson, M. A. (1996). Professions beyond the academy. Profession 1996, 60-68.

Knobil, E. (1996). Doctoral education in the biomedical sciences:  Back to the future? Academic Medicine, 71(8), 871-875.

Kraut, A. G. (1996). Mortgaging science's future. Science, 273, 1027.

Kuh, C. V. (1996). Is there a Ph.D. glut?  Is that the right question? CGS Communicator, 1, 3-4.

LaPidus, J. B. (1996). Scholarship and the future of graduate education in science and engineering. Paper presented at the Radcliffe/CPST Conference "Science careers, gender equity, and the changing economy", College Park, MD.

Les Doctoriales: Balises et reperes issus de l'experience (The Doctoriales: beacons and landmarks resulting from experience). (1996).

Menand, L. (1996, September 22). How to make a Ph.D. matter. New York Times Magazine, 78-81.

National Convocation on Science and Engineering Doctoral Education. (1996, June 15, 1996). A National Conversation on Doctoral Education: An Emerging Consensus, Washington, D.C.

Nerad, M. M., Debra Sands. (1996). Increasing student retention in graduate and professional programs. In J. G. Haworth (Ed.), New Directions for Institutional Research:  Assessing graduate and professional education:  Current realities, future prospects (Vol. 92, pp. 61-76). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Normile, D. (1996). Corporate concerns and cost clamp down on Ph.D. output. Science, 274, 52-53.

Nyquist, J. D., & Wulff, D. H. (1996). Working effectively with graduate assistants. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Nyquist, J. D., Wulff, D. H., Austin, A. E., Sprague, J., Woodford, B., Chiapelone, J., Fraser, P., & Calcagno, C. (1996). The development of graduate students as teaching scholars:  A four-year longitudinal study. Seattle, Washington: Center for Instructional Development and Research.

Saltzman, A. (1996, January 15). From ivory tower to corporate ladder. U.S. News and World Report, 120, 65.

Syverson, P. (1996). The new American graduate student:  Challenge or opportunity? CGS Communicator, 29(8), 7-8, 11.

Tobias, S., & Chubin, D. E. (1996). New degrees for today's scientists. Chronicle of Higher Education, 42(44), B1-B2.

Webster, D. S., & Skinner, T. (1996). Rating PhD programs: What the NRC Report says...and doesn't say. Change, 24-44.

Wolfe, A. (1996). The feudal culture of the postmodern university. WQ, 54-66.

1995

American Astronomical Society. (1995). The American Astronomical Society's Examination of Graduate Education in Astronomy. Retrieved July 6, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.aas.org/publications/baas/v29n5/edrpt.html 

American Council on Education. (1995). Educating Americans for a world in flux:  Ten ground rules for international higher education. Washington, DC: Author.

Association of Graduate Schools. (1995). AGS statement on the COSEPUP report:  Reshaping the graduate education of scientists and engineers [On-line]. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www-ags.ucsd.edu/cosepup/statement.htm 

Barr, R., & Tagg, J. (1995). From teaching to learning--a new paradigm for undergraduate education. Change, 27(6), 12-25.

Board on Mathematical Sciences, & National Research Council. (1995, October 20-21). Managing while science and education evolve. Paper presented at the Annual Department Chairs Colloquium, Arlington, VA.

Brennan, M. (1995). Employment Patterns of Recent Doctorates in Chemistry: Institutional Perspectives and Imperatives for Change. Chemical & Engineering News.

Breslow, R. C. (1995, December 11). The education of Ph.D.s in chemistry. Chemical and Engineering News, 65-66.

Brill, A. S. L., Daniel J. (1995). Are We Training Our Students for Real Jobs? Academe, 81(6), 36-38.

Bryant-Serrano, M. I. (1995). Teaching sociology in the community college (1st ed.). Charles County Community College, Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

Burgan, M. (1995). Considering tenure: Keep the teacher at the heart of education. Educational Record, 34, 37.

Committee on Science Engineering and Public Policy. (1995). Reshaping the graduate education of scientists and engineers. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Damrosch, D. (1995). We Scholars: Changing the Culture of the University. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences. (1995). Summary report:  Graduate education and postdoctoral training in the mathematical and physical sciences. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

Fleet, J. C. (1995). Young Researchers' Disillusionment Bodes Ill for Future of Science. The Scientist, 9(11), 11.

Gaffney, N. A. (Ed.). (1995). A conversation about mentoring:  Trends and models. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools.

Ginorio, A. (1995). Warming the Climate for Women in Academic Science. Paper presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities, Project on the Status and Education of Women, Washington, DC.

Goldberger, M., Maher, B. A., & Flattau, P. E. (Eds.). (1995). Research-doctorate programs in the United States: continuity and change. Washington, DC: The Conference Board of Associated Research Councils.

Greenberg, M. (1995). Considering tenure: It's not Holy Writ, can we talk? Educational Record, 35-36.

Griffiths, P. A. (1995). Reshaping Graduate Education. Issues in Science and Technology, 11(4), 74-79.

Kaiser, J. (1995). A business blueprint: how to build a better Ph.D. (Careers '95: Industry Views). Science, 270(5233), 133(132).

Kerlin, S. P. (1995). Surviving the doctoral years: Critical perspectives. Education Policy Analysis

Archives, 3(17), 1-23.

Kerlin, S. P. (1995). "Survival of the fittest," or is it time for a new approach? Education Policy Analysis Archives, 3(16), 1-20.

Kerlin, B. A. (1995, April 20). Hidden Rule, Secret Agendas: Challenges Facing Contemporary Women Doctoral Students. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Lagowski, J. M. V., James W. (1995). Faculty as Mentors. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 62, 79-85.

LaPidus, J. B. (1995). Doctoral education and student career needs. In A. S. I. Pruitt-Logan, P. D. (Ed.), Student services for the changing graduate student population (Vol. New Directions for Student Services, No. 72, pp. 33-41). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Massy, W. F. G., Charles A. (1995). The Production and Utilization of Science and Engineering Doctorates in the United States. Palo Alto: Stanford University, Stanford Institute for Higher Education Research.

National Academy of Sciences. (1995). Industry-university research collaborations:  Reports of a workshop. Durham: Duke University.

National Academy of Sciences & National Research Council, O. o. S. a. E. P. (1995). Ph.D.'s and Postdoctoral Appointments (Issues Brief). Washington, DC.

National Research Council. (1995). Mathematical challenges from theoretical/computational chemistry. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

National Research Council Staff. (1995). Reshaping the Graduate Education of Scientists & Engineers. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Nelson, C. (1995). Lessons from the job wars:  What is to be done? Academe, 81(6), 18-25.

Powell, R. R. (1995). Research competence for Ph.D. students in library and information science. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 36(4), 319-329.

Pruitt-Logan, A. S. I., P. D. (Ed.). (1995). Student services for the changing graduate student population (Vol. 72). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Raber, L. R. (1995). Chemists Give Mixed Review of NRC Report on Doctoral Education. Chemical & Engineering News, 73(22), 44-63.

Richlin, L. (1995). Preparing the Faculty of the Future to Teach. In W. A. Wright, et al. (Ed.), Teaching Improvement Practices:  Successful Strategies for Higher Education (pp. 255-282). Bolton, MA: Anker.

Rossman, M. H. (1995). Negotiating Graduate School: A Guide for Graduate Students. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Schon, D. (1995). The new scholarship requires a new epistemology. Change, 27(6), 26-34.

Shulman, J. I. (1995, October 27). Chemistry Ph.D.s:  Industryís changing needs and implications for graduate education accreditation. Paper presented at the Presentation at Ohio State University:  Industrial Associates in Chemistry Program, Columbus, OH.

Siegfried, J. J., Getz, M., & Anderson, K. H. (1995). The snail's pace of innovation in higher education. Chronicle of Higher Education, 41(36), A56.

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. (1995). The SIAM report on mathematics in industry. Philadelphia, PA.

Triggle, D. A. (1995, October 26). The status and future of graduate education and training at the University of Buffalo [Working Paper]. University at Buffalo, State University of New York. Retrieved July, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.grad.buffalo.edu/general/reports/grad_ed_stat.htm 

Triggle, D. J. (1995). The Road Ahead For Graduate Education. Pharmaceutical News, 2.

University of California at Berkeley. (1995). Moving toward professionalism. The Graduate Division, 11, 1-5.

Watt, S. (1995). The Human Costs of Graduate Education, or, The Need to Get Practical. Academe, 81(6), 30-35.


1994

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (1994). Nursing schools test their limits with rising enrollments, too few faculty. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Issue Bulletin.

Armstrong, J. A. (1994). Rethinking the Ph.D. Issues in Science and Technology, 10(4), 19-22.

Board on Mathematical Sciences, & National Research Council. (1994, October 28-29). Shaping a new contract with the university and with society. Paper presented at the Annual Department Chairs Colloquium, Arlington, VA.

Clark, B. R. (1994). The research-team-study nexus in modern systems of higher education. Higher Education Policy, 7(1), 11-17.

Fox, W. S., & Gay, G. (1994). Functions and effects of international teaching assistants. The Review of Higher Education, 18(1), 1-24.

Good, M. L., & Lane, N. F. (1994). Producing the finest scientists and engineers for the 21st century. Science, 266, 741-743.

Greenberg, M. (1994). The GI Bill: Reflections on the past and visions of the future. Educational Record, 57-61.

Greenberg, M. (1994). A fresh look at accreditation. The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 7, 1994.

McDonald, D. (1994). New frontiers in clinical training: The UND Indians into Psychology Doctoral Education (InPsyDE) Program. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 5(3), 52-56.

National Research Council Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics. (1994). Modern interdisciplinary statistics education:  Proceedings of a symposium. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Noble, K. A. (1994). Changing Doctoral Degrees: An International Perspective. Buckingham ; Philadelphia: Society for Research into Higher Education and Open University Press.

Pettigrew, K., & Nicholls, P. (1994). Publication patterns of LIS faculty from 1982-1992: Effects of doctoral programs. Library and Information Science Research, 16, 139-156.


1993

American Association of University Professors. (1993). The Status of Non-Tenure-Track Faculty. Washington, DC: American Association of University Professors.

Board on Mathematical Sciences, & National Research Council. (1993, October 29-30). The role of the mathematical sciences in the university and in society. Paper presented at the Annual Department Chairs Colloquium, Arlington, VA.

Feibelman, P. J. (1993). A Ph.D. Is Not Enough: A Guide to Survival in Science. Reading, Massachusetts: Perseus Books.

Frankel, N., & Freitag, S. B. (1993). Redefining historical scholarship: Report of the American Historical Association Ad Hoc Committee on redefining scholarly work. Washington, D.C.: American Historical Society.

Gomory, R. E. (1993, May). Goals for the federal role in science and technology. Physics Today, 46, 42-45.

Goodstein, D. (1993). Scientific Ph.D. problems. The American Scholar, 62(2), 215-220.

Goodstein, D. (1993). Scientific Elites and Scientific Illiterates. Retrieved August 4, 1999, from the World Wide Web: http://www.phds.org/Reading/elites.html

Graduate Council's Advisory Committee for Graduate Student Instructors Affairs. (1993, Spring). Proceedings of a faculty seminar. Paper presented at the Teaching with Graduate Student Instructors in Large Enrollment Courses, University of California, at Berkeley.

Greenberg, M. (1993). Accounting for faculty members' time. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Greenberg, M. (1993). The search committee : Prospecting for go(l)d. In R. H. Stein & S. J. Trachtenberg (Eds.), The Art of hiring in America's colleges and universities (pp. 49-64). Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books.

Jeavons, T. (1993). Humanizing doctoral education: Honoring student aspirations. Liberal Education, 50-61.

Lambert, L. M. T., S. L. ; Featherstone, P. (Ed.). (1993). Preparing graduate students to teach: A guide to programs that improve undergraduate education and develop tomorrow's faculty (EB. LAM. 1 ed.). Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.

National Research Council. (1993). Mathematical research in materials science:  Opportunities and perspectives. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Nerad, M. C., Joseph. (1993). From Facts to Action: Expanding the Graduate Division's Educational Role. New Directions for Institutional Research, 80, 27-39.

Newhouse, M. (1993). Outside the ivory tower : A guide for academics considering alternative careers. Cambridge, MA: President and Fellows of Harvard College.

Schuster, J. H. (1993). The environment for faculty and their development as teachers. In M. Weimer (Ed.), Faculty as teachers:  Taking stock of what we know (pp. 109-113): Pennsylvania State University:  National Center on Postsecondary Teaching, Learning, and Assessment.

Schuster, J. H. (1993). Preparing the next generation of faculty:  The graduate schoolís opportunity. In L. Richlin (Ed.), Preparing faculty for the new conceptions of scholarship (Vol. 54, pp. 27-38). San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Smith, K. S. S., R. D. (1993). Becoming successful as an international teaching assistant. The Review of Higher Education, 16(4), 483-497.

White, H. (1993). Rankings of library and information science faculty and programs. Library Quarterly, 63(2), 166-188.


1992

Blum, D. E. (1992). Attrition of Ph.D. Candidates and the Time Spent Earning Degree Called Unacceptable. Chronicle of Higher Education, 28(21), A33,34.

Board on Mathematical Sciences, & National Research Council. (1992, October 29-30). Chairing the changing mathematical sciences dpeartment of the 1990s. Paper presented at the Annual Department Chairs Colloquium, Arlington, VA.

Bowen, W. G., & Rudenstine, N. L. (1992). In pursuit of the Ph.D. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Bunge, C. (1992). The philosophies and objectives of graduate programs in Library and Information Studies, The Management of Library and Information Studies Education (pp. 13-18): Haworth Press.

Isaac, P. D., Quinlan, S. V., & Walker, M. M. (1992). Faculty perceptions of the doctoral dissertation. Journal of Higher Education, 63(3), 241-268.

Jacobson, R. L. (1992). Fellowships Found to be Key to Completion of Doctorates. Chronicle of Higher Education, A27-A28.

Lester, J. (1992). Differentiating master's, post-master's, and doctoral programs. Journal of Library Administration, 16(1), 29-44.

Lewis, L. S., & Altbach, P. G. (1992). The new Civil Rights Law and doctoral education. Academe, 12-14.

National Research Council. (1992). Educating mathematical scientists:  Doctoral study and the postdoctoral experience in the United States. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Pulling, B. S. M., Gary F. (1992). More on the (Ir)relevant Ph.D.: The Ph.D., Upholding the Sciences. Academe, 78(5), 23-25.

Smith, R. M. B., P.; Nelson, G. L.; Barret, R. P.; Constantinides, J. (1992). Crossing pedagogical oceans: Inter-national teaching assistants in U.S. undergraduate education: ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No. 8. Washington, DC: The George Washington University, School of Education and Human Development.

University of California at Berkeley. (1992). Easing the way for graduate assistants: A guide to successful departmental activities in support of graduate students (guidebook). Berkeley, CA: Graduate Division, University of California at Berkeley.

Whitbeck, G. (1992). Doctoral Programs in library and information science:  An update. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 33, 311-329.


1991

Ali, S. N., & Tikku, U. K. T. (1991). Postdoctoral research in LIS: Is there a need? Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 31, 362-364.

Berry, J. (1991). Will library education survive? Library Journal, 116, 55-56.

Biggs, M. (1991). A perspective on Library Science doctoral programs. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 32, 188-193.

Blum, D. E. (1991). Three big pharmacy groups call for new doctoral program to be adopted as entry-level requirement for profession. Chronicle of Higher Education, A15, A18.

Fife, J. D. (1991). Course offerings in higher education doctoral programs. New Directions for Higher Education(76), 77-86.

Holden, C. (1991). Do We Really Need More Ph.D.s, or Is Fewer Really Better? Science, 251(4997), 1017-1018.

Knoblauch, C. H. (1991). The Albany graduate English curriculum. ADE Bulletin, 71(8), 19-21.

Matyas, M. L. M., Shirley M. (Ed.). (1991). Investing in human potential:  Science and engineering at the crossroads. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Murrell, P. H., & Davis, T. M. (1991). Visions and priorities: The future of higher education doctoral programs. New Directions for Higher Education, 76, 103-113.

Nerad, M. (1991). Doctoral education at the University of California and factors affecting time-to-degree (Paper). University of California.

Swigger, K. (1991). Money, sex, and reputation in doctoral programs in library science. College and Research Libraries News, 157-161.

Tallman, J. (1991). Library and information science programs in the United States: International student perceptions of their academic adaptation process. International Library Review, 23, 271-285.

The University at Albany State University of New York. (1991). A proposal for a Ph.D. in English. Albany, NY: Author.

Whitbeck, G. (1991). Doctoral programs in library and information science:  A descriptive study. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 31, 314-328.


1990

American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (1990). Nursing research as mainstream science. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Issue Bulletin.

Council of Graduate Schools. (1990). The doctor of philosophy degree:  A policy statement. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools.

Council of Graduate Schools. (1990). Research student and supervisor: An approach to good supervisory practice. [Brochure]. Council of Graduate Schools.

Green, J. R. (1990). Future graduate study and academic careers. In Clotfelter & Rothchild (Eds.), The Economics of Higher Education (pp. 145-179). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Greenberg, M. (1990). Turfless university II. Educational Record, Winter, 35.

Grosslight, J. (1990). Are graduate departments responsible for the marketability of their graduates? In L. Bickman & H. Ellis (Eds.), Preparing Psychologists for the 21st Century: Proceedings of the National Conference on Graduate Education in Psychology (pp. 163-173). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Marincola, E. S., Frank. (1990). The Career Structure in Biomedical Research: Implications for Training and Trainees. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 9, 3003--3006.

National Research Council. (1990). Renewing U.S. Mathematics: A Plan for the 1990s. Washington, DC: Author.

Rosovsky, H. (1990). Graduate students: Welcome to the ancient and universal company of scholars, The University : An owner's manual (pp. 131-156). New York: W. W. Norton & Company.

Ziolkowski, T. (1990). The Ph.D. squid. The American Scholar, 59(2), 177-195.

 


1980-89

Greenberg, M. (1989). The turfless university. Educational Record, Summer/Fall, 22.

Larsgaard, M. (1989). Advancing by degrees. Information Bulletin of the Western Association of Map Libraries, 21(1), 30-31.

Lunsford, A., Moglen, H., & Slevin, J. F. (Ed.). (1989). The future of doctoral studies in English. New York: Modern Language Association of America.

McClure, C. (1989). Increasing the usefulness of research for library managers: Propositions, issues, and strategies. Library Trends, 38(2), 280-294.

Gomory, R. E., & Shapiro, H. T. (1988). A dialogue on competiveness. Issues in Science and Technology, 36-41.

Abedi, J., & Benkin, E. (1987). The effects of students' academic, financial, and demographic variables on time to the doctorate. Research in Higher Education, 27(1), 3-14.

Association of Library and Information Science Educators. (1987). Position Statement of the Ph.D. in LIS. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 28, 53-54.

Kolman, E. M., Gallagher, K. S., Hossler, D., & Catania, F. (1987). The outcomes of doctoral education: An institutional study. Research in Higher Education, 27(2), 107-118.

Massue, J.-P., & Schinck, G. (1987). Doctoral training in Europe. Higher Education in Europe, XII(4), 56-67.

Bates, M. (1986, September 1). A Doctorate in Library/Information Science. Library Journal, 111, 157-159.

Bobinski, G. (1986). Doctoral programs in library and information science in the United States and Canada. Library Trends, 697-714.

Bowen, H. R., & Schuster, J. H. (1986). The flow of exceptional talent to academe, American Professors: A National Resource Imperiled (pp. 201-230). New York: Oxford University Press.

Bowen, H. R., & Schuster, J. H. (1986). The Flow of Exceptional Talent to Academe, American professors: A national resource imperiled (pp. 201-230). New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Backscheider, P. (1981). Into All the World. ADE Bulletin, 68, 17-20.


1979-earlier

University Advisory Council of the American Council of Life Insurance. (1977, March). Conference Proceedings. Paper presented at the Alternate Careers for Ph.D.s in the Humanities Conference, Princeton University.

National Board on Graduate Education. (1972). Graduate Education:  Purposes, problems, and potential. Washington, DC: Author.

Wolfe, A. (1971). Reform without reform: The Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. Social Policy, 18-27.

Wolfe, A. (1970). The experimental collegeónoble contradiction. Change, 26-32.

Wolfe, A. (1970). The Perils of Professionalism. Change, 51-54.

Hughes, R. M. (1925). A study of the graduate schools of America (Report of Standing Committee Vol. 11): Association of American Colleges.

Antony, J. S. T., Edward. Graduate Student Socialization and its Implications for the Recruitment of African American Education Faculty. In W. G. Tierney (Ed.), Faculty roles and rewards in schools and colleges of education : radical redesign or tinkering with reform? (pp. 36). New York, NY: Columbian University: Teachers College Press.

Nerad, M. A Second Look at Mentoring Graduate Students: Some Provocative Thoughts.




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