Good Grad: Bibliography

How to Be a Good Graduate Student
by Marie desJardins

[agre] Philip E. Agre. 'What to read: A biased guide to AI literacy for the beginner.' Technical Report Working Paper 239, MIT AI Lab, November 1982.

[bental] Diana Bental. 'Thesis prevention: Advice to phd supervisors.' AISB Quarterly No. 80 (Newsletter of the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour), pages 58--60, Summer 1992. (Published under the alias `The Siblings of Perpetual Prototyping').

[bundy] Alan Bundy, Ben du Boulay, Jim Howe, and Gordon Plotkin. The researchers' bible. Technical Report DAI Teaching Paper No. 4, Dept. of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh, September 1986.

[chapman] David Chapman. How to do research at the MIT AI lab. Technical Report AI Working Paper 316, MIT, October 1988.

[grad-money] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. Finding money for dissertation research/writing. The Graduate, II(3), Fall 1986.

[grad-quals] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. Studying for the qualifying exam. The Graduate, II(3), Fall 1986.

[grad-thesis-writing] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. Writing your thesis. The Graduate, II(1), Spring 1986.

[grad-interviewing] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. Interviewing for a faculty position. The Graduate, III(2), Fall 1987.

[grad-proposal] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. The making of a successful proposal. The Graduate, III(1), Spring 1987.

[grad-thesis-choosing] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. Choosing your thesis or dissertation topic. The Graduate, IV(2), Fall 1988.

[grad-isolation] UC Berkeley Graduate Division. Beating the isolation blues. The Graduate, V(1), Spring 1989.

[hall3] Roberta M. Hall and Bernice R. Sandler. Academic mentoring for women students and faculty: A new look at an old way to get ahead.

[hall1] Roberta M. Hall and Bernice R. Sandler. The classroom climate: A chilly one for women?

[hall2] Roberta M. Hall and Bernice R. Sandler. Out of the classroom: A chilly campus climate for women?

[lefferts] Robert Lefferts. Getting a Grant: How to Write Successful Grant Proposals. 1978.

[leveson] Nancy Leveson. Women in computer science: A report for the NSF CISE cross-disciplinary activities advisory committee, December 1989.

[mckay] Nellie Y. McKay. Minority faculty in [mainstream white] academia, 1988. Chapter 5.

[nsf] NSF. An NSF study and report about women in computing research. Computing Research News, Summer 1989.

[sandler] Bernice R. Sandler and Roberta M. Hall. The campus climate revisited: Chilly for women faculty, administrators, and graduate students, October 1986.

[shriver] Bruce D. Shriver. The benefits of quality refereeing. COMPUTER, pages 10--16, April 1990. Also includes COMPUTER's guidelines for referees.

[smith] Alan Jay Smith. The task of the referee. COMPUTER, pages 65--71, April 1990.

[somerville] Bill Somerville. Where proposals fail: A foundation executive's basic list of what to do and not do when requsting funding. The Grantsmanship Center News, Jan/Feb 1982.

[spertus] Ellen Spertus. Why are there so few female computer scientists?, 1992. Expected to become an MIT AI Lab Technical Report.

[strok] Dale Strok. Women in AI. IEEE Expert, 7(4):7--21, August 1992.

[toth] Emily Toth. Women in academia. In The Academics' Handbook. Duke University Press, 1988. Chapter 4.

[white-grants] Virginia White. Grants: How to Find Out About Them and What to Do Next. Plenum Press, 1975.

[white-proposals] Virginia White. Grant Proposals That Succeeded. Plenum Press, 1983.

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