April 3, 2017

I have heard from a number of colleagues that the discussion section is their least favorite part of the manuscript to write. I find this unfortunate - the discussion section is the most important section of your manuscript! Consider its purpose in your paper:

  • It hi...

March 27, 2017

You finished your draft. You reviewed the Introduction, Methods, Results, and Findings to make sure that all of your statements and arguments are clear and polished. You proofread. You triple checked that all of your references are formatted correctly. Give yourself a...

March 13, 2017

While my research has mostly been in the areas of public health and social work, my PhD is in Urban Affairs and Public Policy. This has benefited me in many ways and has been particularly helpful in boosting my publication record, because I can write policy analyses wh...

February 20, 2017

Publishing research can be a frustrating, exciting, and anxious experience all wrapped up into one for junior scholars. There is a lot of excitement surrounding the submission of a manuscript, receiving an acceptance letter or favorable review of a manuscript. However,...

February 6, 2017

Over the years, tenure has gotten to be more and more difficult to achieve - especially as many universities work harder to raise their research designation and visibility. In some cases I have colleagues who teach three or more courses each semester and are still expe...

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