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THESIS AND DISSERTATION WRITING CONSULTANTS
Lynetta Campbell: SPSS, SAS, JMP, R, logistic regression, exploratory data analysis, engineering data analysis, linear modeling, quantitative modeling, quantitative forecasting, hierarchical modeling, regression methods, qualitative survey data, linear model analysis
B Collins: applied social psychology, research methods and assessments, communications, criminal justice, culture/ethnicity, empirical research, ethics/morality, health, interpersonal processes, organizational behavior, person perception, social influence, prejudice/stereotyping.
Elizabeth Pearman: educational psychology, educational program evaluation, education research methods.
Wes Russell: Statistical Data Analysis, Mathematical Statistician, Business Data Analyist, Research Statistician, Analysis of Data, Statistical Consulting for Graduate Students.
Chris Tomei: Slavic studies, humanities, computational linguistics, linguistic theory, Russian, comparative literature, folklore, modernism and women's studies, international relations, comparative culture, indexer of scholarly books.
Barbara von Diether: research strategies, scholarly writing, education administration, education technology, secondary education, curriculum development, needs assessment, education leadership, instructional design, instructional media, advertising, business administration, business management, business and educational leadership training and development, communications.
Madge Wallace is a professional freelance indexer. She creates indexes found at the back of nonfiction books. When an index is done according to generally accepted indexing standards, it performs flawlessly. The reader finds what he is looking for and doesn’t give the index a second thought. On the other hand, if the index is poorly done, the reader becomes frustrated and will likely move on to the next book. Worse yet, a nonfiction book published without an index may not be taken seriously by the publishing industry. In short, a good index enhances the value of a book to readers, reviewers, librarians, instructors, and researchers. It is a mark of a serious book.
Specializes in organization, interpretation, and clear presentation of complex information.
Helps clients (including non-native English speakers) improve their writing skills for future projects.
Past and current clients from Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Columbia, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Patagonia, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Thailand, Uganda, the U.K., the U.S., and Venezuela.
More than fifty publications and one million dollars worth of successful grant proposals.
Over thirty years of teaching experience, including scientific writing courses.
Served as advisor and/or mentor to many graduate and undergraduate students.
Past experience as associate editor and/or reviewer for over two dozen scientific journals, including Science, and government funding agencies.
Provides fast turnaround.
Helps you submit your dissertation, thesis, proposal, or project on time.
Graduate students: Many students who fail to finish their degrees quit in the writing phase. Don’t become a “dissertation dropout”!
Get help with the thesis/dissertation proposal stage - Val provides help with your proposal, including literature review and research plan.
Get help with methods, data interpretation and presentation – Val specializes in helping you write clear, concise, and accurate Methods and Results sections, and in designing figures and tables.
Get help writing the final thesis/dissertation – Val shows you how to organize your material, including your Literature Review and Discussion, and polishes your writing.
Get help with revisions – Val helps you make changes in response to comments by your advisor and committee members.
Get help with the defense – Val can help you prepare your presentation, and will provide you with practice sessions if desired.
Get help with publications – Val will guide you through the manuscript preparation process and help you get your work published.
Undergraduate students: Most students do not take any writing courses beyond English 101. Term papers and theses can be major hurdles in completing your degree. Don’t trip over those hurdles!
Get help with science projects – Val can help you design your project and interpret the data.
Get help with term papers – Val provides assistance with term papers, helping you improve the organization and writing.
Get help with your thesis – Val can help you organize and write an undergraduate thesis.