Our Dissertation Writing Seminars introduce and discuss all the important topics pertaining to writing a doctoral dissertation that doctoral students normally take for granted. Seminar Leaders and other staff can show you how to write a complete and successful doctoral dissertation. We are eager to help you in your dissertation writing journey. However, our only role is to show you how to write a successful doctoral dissertation.
Our Seminar Leaders serve as your personal dissertation tutor and coach; and provide invaluable guidance throughout the Seminars. We do not interfere with your university course work and other responsibilities. This is consistent with our role—to show you how to write it, using our time-tested dissertation writing strategies, and following very strict ethical guidelines for good academic conduct.
Seminar Leaders are academic professors who guide you through each step of the dissertation research and writing process. Their sole responsibility is to guide; and provide written comments and feedback on your submissions and questions.
In this regard, we are deeply committed to high standards of academic integrity, and value honest and moral behavior in all academic settings and endeavors. We do not, and will not, under any circumstances, write any part of your dissertation! This would be a breach of academic integrity and could jeopardize your academic standing at your university, while also diminish the public trust in our academic pursuits.
Anti-Plagiarism: The Dissertation Leader, Consultant, Coach, Statistician or Editor (referred together as “staff”) does not edit, nor correct content or make revisions that violate the “Plagiarism” policy of colleges and universities. If there are content issues related to plagiarism, the Author will be advised to seek assistance from his or her Dissertation Chair (or other persons or sources so authorized) to address such plagiarism. The staff will solely focus on the objectives of the Seminar or Service as described in the Description of Service. This notwithstanding, the Dissertation Leader will provide ample guidance for student on how to follow the anti-plagiarism policy of most universities. If plagiarism is evident in the author’s work, we will immediately cancel the contract in question and to refuse further work from the author until the matter in question has been remedied.
Collectively, our network comprises of managers, directors, professors, Seminar Leaders, editors, statistical analysts and consultants. Together we provide the academic and support services doctoral students depend on daily to complete their doctoral dissertations with confidence.
Every member of our network holds a doctorate or advanced degree from a regionally accredited institution. We present a rich academic and culturally diverse team of educators from a variety of disciplines and specializations, with many years of professional experience. We guide candidates, just like you, through each and every step of the dissertation writing process. We have a thorough understanding of the dissertation writing process and have helped many students just like you to successfully write their dissertations. In the end, we have one responsibility — to show you how to write a successful dissertation! We will ensure that you write a dissertation that meets the expectation and approval of your Dissertation Committee and university.
FOUNDER & STRATEGIST
Dr. Hilroy Thomas is the founder and Creative Strategist of the Dissertation Writing Network and WriteDis, a network of university professors and administrators who teach, supervise, guide and manage doctoral dissertations.
He taught public policy for many years at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. He was an early adopter of digital technology, and developed and led unique digital learning programs (including a law degree, degree completion and a doctoral program in Leadership and Management, online). Throughout, he engaged in research on the completion rates of doctoral students.
However, there is an original story that connects Dr. Thomas to Dissertation Writing. He started coaching graduate students on how to write their doctoral dissertations while completing his own doctorate in the School of Education at Harvard University. During that period, he worked with students from many disciplines, focusing primarily on data collection, analysis and the reporting sections of their doctoral dissertations. Later, as he worked with international organizations worldwide, he continued to meet and help doctoral students working on their dissertations.
Researching solutions that enhance the completion rates of his doctoral students let to experimenting with learning environments that simplified the dissertation writing process and supported students to completion of their doctorates. Hence, the Dissertation Writing Network and WrteDis are the result of his creative designs which started years ago at Harvard!
His research on student’s time to completion of the doctorate led to an understanding of what to get right — the elements of writing a successful doctoral dissertation.
Today, the Dissertation Writing Network amplifies how to get it right—and is focused on the explicit goals of doctoral students: enhanced and value-added dissertation writing experiences, higher completion rates, and more efficiencies that reduce their time to completion and associated costs.