Craufurd Goodwin’s sense that the Graduate School was not adequately preparing its doctoral students for academic careers in a variety of institutions led to both a local and a national refocusing of efforts. The local effort produced a best-selling book, The Academic’s Handbook. The national effort culminated in the Preparing Future Faculty program involving some 300 schools across the country. Both were attempts to acculturate doctoral students to faculty life in different academic settings.

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