For over 13 years, I have provided doctoral candidates with assistance with writing proposals, collecting data, analyzing data, and writing results. Over the years I have repeatedly heard from doctoral candidates that they often feel like they do not receive enough instruction on how to conduct their research and analyze their data. They also feel stuck when it comes to writing their proposals, analyzing their data, and writing up their results. Please share your greatest challenges and how you dealt with them.
Written by Asher Beckwitt, Ph.D.
Asher Beckwitt is the founder of Asher Consulting, LLC. She received her Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology, specializing in Medical Anthropology from American University in Washington, DC. She also holds a Master’s degree in Sociology from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Dr. Beckwitt has over 11 years of experience and expertise in qualitative analysis research consulting.
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