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Envisioning the Future of Doctoral Education: Preparing Stewards of the Discipline: Carnegie Essays on the Doctorate

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The development of students as "stewards of the discipline" should be the purpose of doctoral education. A steward is a scholar in the fullest sense of the term--someone who can imaginatively generate new knowledge, critically conserve valuable and useful ideas, and responsibly transform those understandings through writing, teaching, and application. Stewardship also has ...more
Hardcover, 450 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Jossey-Bass (first published January 30th 2006)
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Chipp
Fresh look at the often under-looked and non-standardized aspect of the education system. Well aware about the growing post-Doc gap between the Doctorate and first Professorship. Advocates change in the reward systems of the doctoral process, and improved Town-Gown relationships. (Essays reiterate these ideas, but through different disciplines). Could use more maps.
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