T he complete list of eligible fields of study supported at the dissertation level of the fellowship program is available here: Eligible Fields of Study List .
Individuals enrolled in the following practice-oriented programs will not be supported: administration, audiology, business, consumer studies, curriculum development, human resource management, exercise physiology, filmmaking, fine arts, guidance, kinesiology, leadership, library and information science, management, nursing, occupational health, performing arts, personnel, physical education, physical therapy, public health, rehabilitation science, social welfare, social work, speech pathology, and teacher education. In addition, awards will not be made for work leading to terminal master’s degrees, the . degree, the degrees of Doctor of Fine Arts (.) or Doctor of Psychology (.), or professional degrees in such areas as medicine, law, and public health, or for study in joint degree programs such as the ./., ./., and ./. This program does not support the . portion of a dual-degree program. Interdisciplinary areas of study that have major content in ineligible fields listed above will not be included in the competition.
When I served as dissertation chair or committee member for dozens of doctoral candidates, I learned what separated those who made steady, almost effortless progress and graduated from those who became helplessly mired in the process, suffering stress & frustation, and ultimately resigning themselves to terminal ABD status. I took those lessons and began applying them in my coaching work. And, almost like magic, my students began making progress much faster than their peers! I continued to refine my methods until I arrived at a formula that helped students finish a full year faster than they otherwise would. I call it the Dissertation Done Fast Track Formula .