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Summary: Increasingly, higher education is focusing on the necessity to retain and graduate doctoral students. With a nationwide attrition rate of 50 percent, a rate that may indeed be exceeded by students from underrepresented groups,1 universities must focus on developing and implementing paradigmatic retention initiatives to reverse this trend for all doctoral students.

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  • Topics: Best Practices
  • Keywords: Retention, Graduate studies, STEM, Process management, Measurement, Higher education, Professional development and growth, Career development, Best practices
  • Author: Di Pierro, Marianne
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation