This winter I am conducing an online dissertation writing workshop sponsored by the wonderful Taos Institute! The program is open to Taos doctoral students and doctoral students from any university in the world.
Last winter, we had participants across five continents from many different academic and professional disinclines . The registration link is not up yet, but I wanted to let folks know so they could contact me in case they are interested. I expect this to fill up! The price is approximate $550 for Taos students, and $650 for other doctoral students or scholars (it might be a bit less). It is appropriate for doctoral students candidates from all fields. Whether you are working on your proposal or are struggling with writing up your final sections, you will learn tools that will help you throughout your academic career. Please email me with questions or to let me know of your interest!
I will post the registration link here when it is created, within a week or so. Below you will find additional information about the workshop.
January 15th – March 10th – 8 weeks.
Workshop Title - Practical Tips for Writing Your Dissertation
with Rich Furman, PhD
with Rich Furman, PhD
Where: Online, virtual, both synchronous and
This online workshop is designed for doctoral students to help them develop the skills needed to successfully complete a high quality dissertation. It begins with an exploration of the nature of dissertations, including an analysis of the traditional dissertation architecture and the nature of each section. It examines the nature of quality in scholarly writing, helping developing scholars engage in an examination and critique of each other’s writing. Participants will practice methods of writing productivity, using each technique to push their agenda writing forward. Finally, the workshop helps doctoral students understand the psychosocial barriers that inhibit scholars, perhaps the most important and unique aspect of this workshop.
This online workshop will be a combination of readings, videos, writing, learning partner dialogues, and online conversations. There will also be a live conference call each week. Participants should be available for the live conference calls, and have up to 6 hours a week available for the assignments and weekly dialogue partner conversations.
Module 1- Introduction, Deconstructing the Dissertation
Module 2-The Architecture/Sections of the Dissertation
Module 3- Quality Writing and the Dissertation
Module 4- Methods of Writing Productivity, Part 1
Module 5 - Methods of Writing Productivity, Part 2
Module 6 – The Psychosocial Barriers to Writing a Dissertation, Part 1
Module 7 – The Psychosocial Barriers to Writing and Dissertation, Part 2
Module 8 – Putting It All Together
To register: http://www.taosinstitute.net/practical-tips-for-writing-your-diss-reg-form
For questions email Rich Furman firstname.lastname@example.org