supervisory qualities, supervision, supervisory relationships, postgraduate attrition. online learning, private workspaces, retention, attrition, isolation, communica-tion, student engagement, connectedness, doctoral programs, Gabriel AB Marais, Rebecca Shankland, Pascale Haag, Robin Fiault, Bridget Juniper. In particular, understanding the nature of the caring relationships doctoral students experience and their development of effective socio-emotional capacity are the primary foci of this study. Yet limited attention is given to doctoral student training for conducting international research, particularly in understanding researcher reflexivity within international contexts. Preliminary Evidence, Motivation, Satisfaction, and Innate Psychological Needs, Doctoral Students’ Perceptions of Characteristics of Effective College Teachers: A Mixed Analysis, Navigating the Doctoral Experience: The Role of Social Support in Successful Degree Completion, The Employment Status of Doctoral Recipients: An Exploratory Study in the Netherlands, Relationships among Attitudes, Coping Strategies, and Achievement in Doctoral-Level Statistics Courses: A Mixed Research Study, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Socialization, Exploring the Fit between Doctoral Students’ and Supervisors’ Perceptions of Resources and Challenges vis-à-vis the Doctoral Journey, Printable Table of Contents: IJDS, Volume 6, 2011, An Evaluation of the Psychometric Properties of the Graduate Advising Survey for Doctoral Students. Although several researchers have attempted to clarify the cannons of various grounded theory approaches, still there is a shortage in guidance for doct ... Research methodology, Qualitative Research, Grounded Theory, corporate governance, Doctoral research. Aim/Purpose: This paper considers the role of supervisors’ discipline expertise in doctoral learning from a student perspective. doctoral program, comprehensive examination, candidacy examination, degree completion, Doctor of Education, EdD, Shametrice Davis, Leslie Reese, Cecelia S Griswold. Aim/Purpose: The purpose of the current study is to explore student perceptions of their own doctoral-level education and quantitative proficiency. The study of higher education is maturing and has the potential to transition from being seen as a field to being respected as an academic discipline. ISI members pay no publication fee. African Americans, critical race theory, doctoral education. Aim/Purpose: In the time that we study for our dissertation, our learning takes many turns. Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the creation and organization of an organic collaborative doctoral cohort, in order to better understand what makes doctoral cohorts successful. In Pursuit of Careers in the Professoriate or Beyond the Professoriate: What Matters to Doctoral Students When Making a Career Choice? Qualitative interviews were conducted with 21 former PhD students (8 completers and 13 non-completers). Today’s educational practitioners are expected to know how to gather, analyze, and report on data for accountability purposes and to use that information to improve student outcomes. professional development, doctorate success, doctorate barriers, doctorate pro-gram, education doctorate, doctorate, Rebecca G. Mirick, Stephanie P Wladkowski. Sherpa/ RoMERO Green. We conducted a survey among enrolled doctoral candidates at five universities in Israel and three technological universities in Western Europe. The article seeks to intervene in current debates about doctoral writing by re-positioning it as an affective-political practice, affect, affective-politics, doctoral writing, doctoral education, emotion, neoliberalism. The aim was to illustrate the academic qualifications and practitioner experiences of the faculty that develop students in educational leadership programs to be scholarly practitioners and future educational leaders. This study examines the ways that part-time Ph.D. students develop community within the academic department and how a sense of community is related to persistence. It also seeks to support prospective graduat ... PhD by publication, doctoral studies, PhD by published works, PhD by pub-lished papers, Sarah L Ferguson, Katrina A Hovey, Robin K Henson. The purpose of the doctoral education process is to create and legitimize scholarly researchers. However, recent rapid changes in university culture have resulted in less time for supervision, stricter completion deadlines, and a greater focus on efficiency and productivity. Aim/Purpose: Both the quality and the quantity of doctoral supervision have been identified as central determinants of the doctoral journey. Aim/Purpose: The primary aim of this study was to reveal the assessment tools and a theory preferred to mentor doctoral students with integrity and trustworthiness. degree completion, educational leadership, leadership preparation, problem of practice, scholarly practitioners. Objective determinants included major discipline and forms of academic and scholarly activity (that is, attending classes and writing papers), and subjective determinants included personal characteristics ... education, doctoral students, internal motivation, academic-scholarly activity, self-determination, psychological needs. This article draws on findings from a broad study on the influences of globalization on the experiences of international doctoral students at a large, research intensive Canadian university. The Interpretivist and The Learner 2018; Issues in Doctoral studies - Forty years of journal discussion: where have we been and where are we going? Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore relationships between preadmission criteria and doctoral student performance ratings and to develop a model to predict student persistence in one doctoral program of educational leadership. Despite its potential for advancing learning in graduate studies, little research exists on CBR implementations or outcomes in doctoral programs. Doctoral student success is defined broadly to include not only completion and retention rates, but also the ability of the program to produce effective scholars in the field. Aim/Purpose: Most programs are designed with full-time doctoral students’ characteristics and needs in mind; few programs consider the unique needs of part-time doctoral students, including time restrictions, experiences during the program, identity development, and different professional aspirations.