By Paula Krebs. As I was following the annual Council of Graduate Schools meeting on Twitter (#CGS53), I wondered why they hadn’t invited me to speak.
Not me, personally. But someone like me—a dean or department chair at the kind of place most doctoral students (the ones who get jobs) will end up teaching.
I thought about this after @VersatilePhD tweeted a suggestion from Stanford English professor Jennifer Summit: “We can learn from Ph.D. grads who’ve gone on to teaching-intensive institutions.”
Yes. Yes, doctoral programs, you can learn from the teaching institutions how better to prepare Ph.D.'s to teach at teaching institutions. See more...