Category Archives: DDO

The DDO – A Student Perspective

Written by Anne Carpenter, Ph.D. Candidate, Systematics Click here to download the Word file.

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The DDO – A Student Perspective

Written by Brian Sigmon, Ph.D. Candidate, JCA Click here to download the Word file.

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Doctoral Dissertation Outline (DDO) Guide

Presented by Dr. Julian Hills, November 4, 2011. 1.  Definition, purpose:  The DDO (in some schools the “Prospectus”) is a semi-contractual document that (a) delineates a subject area; (b) articulates a clear method;  (c) situates the subject matter and method … Continue reading

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Demystifying the Dissertation Proposal

For those who might be approaching this step in your degree, the Chronicle of Higher Education has an interesting and helpful piece on writing a dissertation proposal (for us, the DDO). You can find it here online or click here to … Continue reading

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The DDO – A Student Perspective

Written by Jeremy Blackwood Don’t over-stress Remember that, by the time you submit a DDO, you have passed your DQEs. In part, this means that the faculty are confident that you CAN do this Proximate goal: get it accepted Remote … Continue reading

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