Podcast by Walden University's Academic Skills Center
Episode 18 // Ashley Beverly
In our 18th episode, Doctoral Peer Mentor, Ashley Beverly, discusses her role as peer mentor, developing her own doctoral identity, and tips to help you develop your doctoral identity.
Ashley Beverly is a current Walden University student enrolled in the PhD Social Work program, with an emphasis in Clinical Social Work.
Episode 17 // Mitch Luker
Mitch Luker is a Walden University student in the PhD in Nursing program and a Doctoral Peer Mentor who refers to himself as a "recovering perfectionist".
In our 17th episode, Mitch shares his strategies for overcoming perfectionism at Walden and in his personal life. Mitch also discusses his role as a Doctoral Peer Mentor.
Episode 16 // Hillary Wentworth and Chris Taylor
Hillary Wentworth is the Manager of the CAEX Graduate Writing Courses and Chris Taylor is CAEX Graduate Writing faculty.
In this episode, Hillary and Chris join us to discuss paraphrase generators and ways they are used in the CAEX Graduate Writing courses. They also share some advice for avoiding these generators.
Episode 15 // Megan Bledsoe
In part 2 of this 2-part series, Doctoral Peer Mentor and Walden University student, Megan Bledsoe, discusses her experience with Walden University's Doctoral Writing Assessment and CAEX course Graduate Writing II: Intermediate Composition.
Visit the Academic Skills Center CAEX Courses and Workshops page for more info on Graduate Writing II: https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/ASCcourses.
Episode 14 // Megan Bledsoe
In part 1 of this 2-part series, Doctoral Peer Mentor and Walden University student, Megan Bledsoe, discusses her role as mentor and offers advice for incoming Walden University Doctoral students. Learn more about the Academic Skills Center's Doctoral Peer Mentor program here: https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/ASC/peermentor.
Join us for the next episode where Megan discusses her experience with Walden University's Doctoral Writing Assessment and CAEX course Graduate Writing II: Intermediate Composition.
Episode 13 // Stephanie Kramer
Stephanie Kramer is Writing Assessment Specialist in the Academic Skills Center. She hosts Doctoral Writing Assessment (DWA) webinars, advises doctoral students during DWA Drop-In Hours, responds to DWA emails, and much more.
In this episode, Stephanie tells us her top 5 frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the DWA and provides answers.
Visit Walden University's Doctoral Writing Assessment website for more information: https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingassessment.