The Center for Research and Doctoral Studies
Welcome Message from the Dean of The Graduate School, Jeffery Green, Ph.D.
The entire team of CRDS is thrilled to welcome you to this new semester! We provide some guidelines to assist you in writing your publications. The CRDS was launched to support student research across campus as HBU launches it doctoral studies.
This area provides updated information regarding lab services, academic writing, and events. We hope to be part of your educational journey. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The American Psychological Association initiated the APA style to establish a set of norms for publications. It includes a series of standards to assist researchers or authors in achieving precise, exact, and remarkable writings. Individuals from psychology, nursing, education, business, engineering, and other disciplines utilize it to prepare scholarly papers, dissertations, and thesis manuscripts.
Houston Baptist University students and faculty members may access this area for information regarding dissertations and theses. In addition, the writing lab is opened to graduate students and faculty members conducting research or preparing manuscripts for publications, grants, original research, and professional presentations.
Professional Editing Services
Houston Baptist University does not advise or recommend any particular editor. The institution is also not liable for changes in enlisted editors’ contact information. Please contact the editors directly to set protocols and pay rates.
Dissertation editors listed here are independent contractors, not employees or affiliates of the graduate school.
The research process involves various steps, and dependent on your acquaintance with a topic, an efficient strategy is required to write a research paper. The Center for Research and Doctoral Studies equips students through this process by providing them with all the resources available in accomplishing their desired outcomes.
Learn more about how to start your research process by contacting your professor.