A Comparison of Employability of Ph.D.'s and Ed.D.'s in College Teaching Versus Ph.D.'s in an Academic Area

A Comparison of Employability of Ph.D.'s and Ed.D.'s in College Teaching Versus Ph.D.'s in an Academic Area

Date: May 1972
Creator: Gonzalez, Diana
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the opportunities available for employment to Ph.D.'s and Ed.D.'s in College Teaching by revealing the attitudes/preferences of employing agents-—deans and departmental chairmen-—toward Ph.D.'s and Ed.D.'s in College Teaching versus Ph.D.'s in an academic area. The problem led to the development of eleven specific questions which were investigated in the study.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
The North Texan, Volume 5, Number 1, November 1953

The North Texan, Volume 5, Number 1, November 1953

Date: November 1953
Creator: North Texas State College
Description: The North Texan includes articles and notes about North Texas State College students, faculty, and alumni activities.
Contributing Partner: University Relations, Communications & Marketing department for UNT
The North Texan, Volume 6, Number 1, October 1954

The North Texan, Volume 6, Number 1, October 1954

Date: October 1954
Creator: North Texas State College
Description: The North Texan includes articles and notes about North Texas State College students, faculty, and alumni activities.
Contributing Partner: University Relations, Communications & Marketing department for UNT
Marital and Social Changes in the Lives of Women who Complete the Ph.D. Degree at Midlife

Marital and Social Changes in the Lives of Women who Complete the Ph.D. Degree at Midlife

Date: August 1995
Creator: Sikes, Debra
Description: The percentage of women who receive doctorates has increased by over 300 percent during the past three decades. The consequences of pursuing the Ph.D. degree have always been far reaching and profound, serving as an impetus and springboard for the reconfiguration of one's beliefs, values, and professional life. The purposes of this national study were to ascertain and describe marital and social changes that occurred in the lives of women who were awarded the Ph.D. degree at midlife. A questionnaire was distributed to a sample of three-hundred women who hold the Ph.D. degree and were employed in institutions of higher education in the United States. The study sought to identify the effects of the Ph.D. experience upon the marital relationships, friendships, and social activities of women who completed the degree between the ages of thirty-five and forty-five. Demographic data were collected which were related to their marital status before, during, and after the Ph.D. experience. Both closed and open-ended questions were posed which solicited information pertaining to their post Ph.D. experience. This research reports both quantitative and qualitative findings. The majority of women who complete the Ph.D. experience at midlife undergo and initiate changes in their lives which impact their ...
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