Many doctoral students fail to earn their PhDs because they never finish their dissertations. They complete their coursework, pass their qualifying exams, and do all of their research, but writing the thesis proves an insurmountable barrier. Why does the dissertation present such a challenge? Because students can’t push past the first chapter. Too many dissertators start with their introduction and find that they have nothing to say. Or they realize they have no idea what they are trying to introduce.
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John Lovett • Times Record Daniel Maher, assistant professor ofanthropology and sociology at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, left, speaks with Lindsay Scott, maritime archeologist with the Arkansas Archeological Survey Thursday, Jan. 15
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