Getting Published II

Launching an Interdisciplinary Research Agenda

Congratulations on earning your graduate degree!  Now that you’ve completed one significant research project, you have to figure out how, where and when to publish your results.  Publishing is an important part of an academic career.  It is one of the ways you contribute to the development of knowledge in the field, and a good publication record is also a chief criterion for hiring and promotion. 

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