Doctoral Advising in COVID-19: Opportunity for Change

Authors

  • Tania Reis Gannon University
  • Marilyn Grady University of Nebraska

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32674/jimphe.v5i1.2652

Keywords:

doctoral advising, higher education, university, student success

Abstract

Doctoral advising is a complex process. In times of uncertainty, doctoral programs offer a unique opportunity for advisors to embrace a new pedagogical and intersectional role.

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Author Biography

Marilyn Grady, University of Nebraska

MARILYN L. GRADY, Ph.D, Professor of Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, researches leadership, women leaders, and administrative issues. She is founding editor of the Journal of Women in Educational leadership, and author/coauthor of 24 books and more than 150 journal articles. She is particularly noted for her approach and success in advising doctoral students. Email: mgrady1@unl.edu

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Published

2021-01-24

How to Cite

Reis, T., & Grady, M. (2021). Doctoral Advising in COVID-19: Opportunity for Change. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education, 5(1), 136–136. https://doi.org/10.32674/jimphe.v5i1.2652