The road from your undergraduate career through to your PhD is one filled with triumphs and setbacks. You’ve worked tirelessly through your courses, your qualifying exams and now have a draft of your final dissertation. There’s light at the end of the tunnel!
But before you can get your fancy “Phinally Done” bumper sticker or t-shirt, you need to iron out any kinks in your thesis – your committee will be taking a real discerning eye toward your paper, so you need to make sure it is free of grammatical errors and written in a clear and concise way.
An experienced dissertation editor provides a fresh eye to your work to spot grammatical mistakes and recommend other changes.
Dr. Kathryn Williams, Emeritus Faculty in Chemistry at the University of Florida, is no stranger to preparing dissertations, scholarly journal articles and manuscripts. Her 40+ year career as a teacher, advisor and scholar provides aspiring PhD candidates with a personalized, constructive critique of their hard work.
Dr. Williams’ experience isn’t limited to Chemistry – she assists students in the following fields:
- Physical and Biological Sciences, including Chemistry and Physics
- Education and Social Science
- Editing for Non-English Scholars
Unlike other editing services, Dr. Williams possesses direct experience in a wide variety of disciplines, and can provide first-hand knowledge on best practices for your specific field.
Your dissertation has been a labor of love. Although you’ve probably read through it dozens of times, no doubt there are little issues your eyes are probably glossing over. A second look by an experienced editor can mean the difference between a mediocre or enthusiastic reception by your committee.