Keiser University Chancellor Arthur Keiser, Ph.D. recently welcomed students to the university’s Doctoral Residency, a required on-ground program for all doctoral students.

 

Led by senior faculty with research and publication experience, the event provides doctoral students an opportunity to meet face-to-face with faculty and other learners, while enhancing research skills and other required competencies for successful completion of the program.

 

Held at the university’s Flagship campus, the program is designed for doctoral programs in business, education, industrial psychology, and psychology to assist students with managing the dissertation process by providing pertinent and relevant seminars and workshops. Guest speakers and recently completed doctoral candidates share experiences, insight, and tips with students to help them meet the dissertation requirements as full-time and adjunct faculty and Graduate School administrators facilitate the events.