James Lang, Associate Professor of English at Assumption College in Massachusetts, offers practical advice to fellow faculty members about how to prevent cheating by focusing on learning in Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty

Developing Quality Dissertations: A Graduate Student’s Guide to Achieving Excellence

Barbara Lovitts and Ellen Wert

By William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White
Longman/Prentice Hall

(2nd edition, 2004) Michigan Series in English for Academic & Professional Purposes
John M. Swales & Christine B. Feak

Taking Back the Classroom: Tips for the College Professor on Becoming a More Effective Teacher (Delaney Kirk, 2005, Tiberius Publications) was developed from questions and issues raised at workshops on classroom management that the a

To succeed in your next position, determine the skills needed in that position and then minimize any difference between your skills and the needed skills. Start to behave as if you are in the next position.

On Writing Well by William Zinsser (Collins; 25th anniversary edition, 2001) should be a staple on any student’s bookshelf. And even if you have a stack of “how to write” books, Zinsser’s should be on top.


John A. Goldsmith, John Komlos, and Penny Schine Gold University of Chicago Press: Chicago (2001)

Princeton Review’s Graduate School Companion will be available in January 2007 from Random House. Pursuing a master’s degree or a Ph.D.

The Academic Game - Psychological Strategies for Successfully Completing the Doctorate

by Elaine R. Parent (with Leslie R. Lewis)

ISBN 0-7414-2713-3