About the Authors.
Part One: Introduction.
1. The Challenge to Prepare the Next Generation of Faculty (Ann E. Austin, Donald H. Wulff).
Part Two: The Research.
2. The Survey of Doctoral Education and Career Preparation: The Importance of Disciplinary Contexts (Chris M. Golde, Timothy M. Dore).
3. The Development of Graduate Students as Teaching Scholars: A Four-Year Longitudinal Study (Donald H. Wulff, Ann E. Austin, Jody D. Nyquist, Jo Sprague).
4. The 2000 National Doctoral Program Survey: An On-Line Study of Students’ Voices (Adam P. Fagen, Kimberly M. Suedkamp Wells).
5. Theories and Strategies of Academic Career Socialization: Improving Paths to the Professoriate for Black Graduate Students (James Soto Antony, Edward Taylor).
6. Research on the Structure and Process of Graduate Education: Retaining Students (Barbara E. Lovitts).
7. “So You Want to Become a Professor!”: Lessons from the PhDs—Ten Years Later Study (Maresi Nerad, Rebecca Aanerud, Joseph Cerny).
Part Three: Strategies for Reform.
8. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Contributing to Reform in Graduate Education (Pat Hutchings, Susan E. Clarke).
9. Preparing Future Faculty: Changing the Culture of Doctoral Education (Anne S. Pruitt-Logan, Jerry G. Gaff).
10. Re-envisioning the Ph.D.: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century (Jody D. Nyquist, Bettina J. Woodford,).
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11. Toward a Responsive Ph.D.: New Partnerships, Paradigms, Practices, and People (Robert Weisbuch).
12. The Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate: Creating Stewards of the Discipline (George E. Walker).
13. Michigan State University’s Conflict Resolution Program: Setting Expectations and Resolving Conflicts (Karen L. Klomparens, John P. Beck).
Part Four: Synthesis, Lessons, and Future Directions.
14. Future Directions: Strategies to Enhance Paths to the Professoriate (Donald H. Wulff, Ann E. Austin).