After you complete your qualifying exams and your committee approves your research topic, you begin the final phase of your PhD, which involves completing your research, preparing your dissertation and defending before your committee.
It’s during this time that mistakes hidden in plain sight can slip by. While many grammatical and formatting mistakes may seem minor, they can eventually chip away at how well your dissertation is received by your committee.
Dr. Kathryn R. Williams, the Wonderworder, helps PhD candidates in engineering fine tune their dissertations and ferret out embarrassing mistakes.
Your engineering dissertation is not just another term paper – it is the culmination of all your years of hard work. In all the fury to get your paper completed, defend your thesis and graduate, it can be really easy for seemingly minor things to slip by.
What may seem minor to you though could be seen as sloppy work by your committee. Hiring an experienced editor to review your work is critical to ensuring your dissertation written clearly and free of embarrassing mistakes.
Dr. Kathryn R. Williams is no stranger to the demands of preparing a dissertation or academic paper, which is why she proudly offers her unique expertise to engineering PhD students in the following disciplines:
- Nuclear Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Materials Science & Engineering
- …and more
Unlike other editing services that only offer basic grammatical editing, Dr. Williams’ unique experience as a writer, teacher and researcher positions her to offer personalized advice to improve your dissertation.
Learn more about Dr. Williams’ extensive background, including how she helps non-English PhD candidates ensure their dissertations are written clearly and are grammatically correct. If you’re a PhD student in engineering and need some expert advice on improving your dissertation and correcting mistakes, contact Dr. Williams today for a personalized, constructive review of your paper.