The Survey on Doctoral Education and Career Preparation is a national survey of doctoral students intended to provide a snapshot picture of their experiences and goals. Over 4,000 students completed the 20-page survey. These students were from 27 selected universities, one cross-institutional program (The Compact for Faculty Diversity), and represented 11 arts and sciences disciplines.
The survey was conducted in 1999, and preliminary results were made available beginning in 2000. The summary report, "At Cross Purposes: What the experiences of today's doctoral students reveal about doctoral education," was released in January, 2001, and additional papers will appear thereafter. The link below takes you to a PDF copy of the report that you can down load. Please look further at the web site to learn more about the project. If you have questions, please click the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of this page to send an email.
To cite the report, use the following information:"At Cross Purposes: What the experiences of doctoral students reveal about doctoral education." By Chris M. Golde and Timothy M. Dore. January, 2001. A report prepared for The Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia, PA.www.phd-survey.org
APA style, the citation looks like this:Golde, C.M. & Dore, T.M. (2001). At Cross Purposes: What the experiences of doctoral students reveal about doctoral education (www.phd-survey.org). Philadelphia, PA: A report prepared for The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Errata (posted Feb 2002)
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