Graduate Students

To Encourage Ethical Behavior by Graduate Advisers, 3 Scholars Call for Detailed Codes of Conduct

Joon Powell for The Chronicle

John Braxton, a professor of higher education at Vanderbilt U., is one of the authors of "Professors Behaving Badly." He says poor examples set by professors can have lasting effects as their students become faculty members.
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Bad behavior among faculty who teach and advise graduate students can take many forms. It may amount to neglect: an adviser failing to respond to multiple requests for feedback at a crucial stage of a student's dissertation work. It may be much...

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