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0.76 , [Directory of Assistantships and Fellowships], College Composition and Communication, 1964.
0.51 Stuart C. Brown Monica F. Torres Theresa Enos Erik Juergensmeyer, Mapping a Landscape: The 2004 Survey of MA Programs in Rhetoric and Composition Studies, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.46 Stuart C. Brown Paul R. Meyer Theresa Enos, Doctoral Programs in Rhetoric and Composition: A Catalog of the Profession, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.39 , A Selected List of Major Fellowship Opportunities and Aids to Advanced Education, College Composition and Communication, 1964.
0.35 David W. Chapman Gary Tate, A Survey of Doctoral Programs in Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1987.
0.32 , Some Publications Listing Fellowships Scholarships and Student Loans, College Composition and Communication, 1964.
0.28 Stuart C. Brown Rebecca Jackson Theresa Enos, The Arrival of Rhetoric in the Twenty-First Century: The 1999 Survey of Doctoral Programs in Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 2000.
0.25 Boyer Rickel, Imperfect Villanelle, Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.24 Robert G. Lawrence, The Care and Feeding of Freshmen, College English, 1960.
0.23 Kelly Ritter, Professional Writers/Writing Professionals: Revamping Teacher Training in Creative Writing Ph D Programs, College English, 2001.
0.22 George Ross Ridgé, Emory's ILA: A New Doctorate, College English, 1960.
0.22 Russell N. De Vinney, The Pennsylvania Survey, College English, 1960.
0.22 Wilfred A. Ferrell, At Arizona State University, College Composition and Communication, 1963.
0.22 David H. Stewart, A New Doctoral Program in English, College English, 1970.
0.22 Fredson Bowers, Doctor of Arts: A New Graduate Degree, College English, 1965.
0.21 James D. Barry, At Loyola University (Chicago), College Composition and Communication, 1963.
0.21 Darryl Hattenhauer, The Teaching Assistant as Apprentice, College Composition and Communication, 1982.
0.21 James Reiss, A Rented House in the Country, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.20 Dorothy Margaret Guinn, The Rhetoric-Linguistics-Literature Program, JAC, 1998.
0.20 Michael M. Zimecki, Watering down the Teaching Doctorate: A Reply to Harold H Kolb Jr, College English, 1979.
0.19 John S. Bowman, At Pennsylvania State University, College Composition and Communication, 1963.
0.19 Lawrence F. McNamee, The English Ph D Program in the United States, College English, 1964.
0.19 , The Preparation of English Teachers for the Junior College, College Composition and Communication, 1968.
0.18 Susan Lang, Electronic Dissertations: Preparing Students for Our past or Their Futures?, College English, 2002.
0.18 Michael C. Flanigan, To Jackson Pollock, College Composition and Communication, 1974.
0.18 Harold H. Kolb_ Jr., Harold H Kolb Jr Responds, College English, 1979.
0.18 Janice M. Lauer, A Comment on "(Re) Revisioning the Dissertation in English Studies", College English, 1999.
0.17 Richard C. Gebhardt, Reviewing and Refocusing Doctoral Education in Composition Studies, JAC, 2002.
0.17 Kenneth E. Eble, Preparing College Teachers of English, College English, 1972.
0.17 , Rhetoric Seminar: Current Theories of Teaching Composition, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1976.
0.17 Richard Braddock, Reversing the Peter Principle to Help Inexperienced Graduate Assistants Teach Freshman Rhetoric, College English, 1970.
0.17 Lori Erickson, The Graduate Student Forty-Five Years Later, College English, 1985.
0.17 Gary A. Olson Julie Drew, (Re) Reenvisioning the Dissertation in English Studies, College English, 1998.
0.17 Lisa S. Mastrangelo, Building a Dinosaur from the Bones: Fred Newton Scott and Women's Progressive Era Graduate Work at the University of Michigan, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.17 Marilyn M. Cooper, USC's Graduate Program in Rhetoric Linguistics and Literature, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1983.
0.17 Sister Maura, Undergraduate Seminar, College Composition and Communication, 1974.
0.17 , Case-History 1: "I Could Not Recommend the Total Experience to Anyone", College Composition and Communication, 1964.
0.17 James F. Slevin, Leading the Way, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.16 Janice M. Lauer, Constructing a Doctoral Program in Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.16 Christopher Diller Scott F. Oates, Infusing Disciplinary Rhetoric into Liberal Education: A Cautionary Tale, Rhetoric Review, 2002.
0.16 Barry Targan, Lessons, College English, 1964.
0.16 Samuel J. Hazo, The Graduate Assistant Program at Duquesne University, College Composition and Communication, 1957.
0.16 Heidi Estrem Brad E. Lucas, Embedded Traditions Uneven Reform: The Place of the Comprehensive Exam in Composition and Rhetoric PhD Programs, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.16 T. J. Kallsen, The Graduate Assistant and the Freshman English Student A Panel Discussion, College Composition and Communication, 1954.
0.16 Peter G. Beidler Marilyn Mackes, Writing the Alumni Career Profile: A Real-World Assignment for Composition Students, College Composition and Communication, 1986.
0.16 Don Geiger, Academic Promotion Review Committee, College English, 1962.
0.16 Marcy Taylor Jennifer L. Holberg, "Tales of Neglect and Sadism": Disciplinarity and the Figuring of the Graduate Student in Composition, College Composition and Communication, 1999.
0.16 William D. Schaefer, Alphabet Soup: A Few Words of Caution, College English, 1973.
0.16 , Case-History 5: "One Wins a PhD by Being a Drudge", College Composition and Communication, 1964.
0.15 S. P. Zitner, To K E G the Teacher, College English, 1957.
0.15 Clyde Moneyhun, Still Dressed up but OTJ: Beyond the Quest for Perfection in the Rhet/Comp Industry, College Composition and Communication, 1998.
0.15 K. M., An Introduction to Ten Case-Histories: "It Wastes and Saps These Brilliant Young Persons", College Composition and Communication, 1964.