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Krista Connelly Jun 17
Can you acknowledge coffee shop staff in your thesis?
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Sayan Das Jun 17
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Elizabeth Thomas 22h
🎉 PhD thesis submitted! 🎉 3 years and 3 months, 80k+ words, 350+ pages, 3 published papers, 3 papers under review and 3 papers to come soon(-ish) 🤯 I'm so excited and relieved to have finished this on time, despite having a now fully mobile 16 month old 🤦‍♀️ 🏃‍♀️
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Write That PhD Jun 16
24 concise guides to help you write efficiently & communicate confidently
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Elizabeth Schmitt Jun 17
Your daily reminder that the income insecurity of being a doctoral student is crippling and unacceptable. ☠️☠️
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Laurencia Sáenz 💜💚 Jun 21
I successfully passed my Viva yesterday, (minor amendments). I wrote my thesis in a language & a tradition with which I wasn't familiar when I started the PhD at age 34. For these & other reasons I am proud of myself. Sorry for bragging, but also, you know, not sorry...
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Ellie Whittaker Jun 17
Anyone got an idiot proof guide to epistemology and ontology that even I can understand? (Responding to reviewer comments who suggested it's important). Current stance: apparently I'm a pragmatist, but I don't see how/why any of this stuff is relevant.
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Ms. Houyaux🔻 Jun 18
Hey, academics, PhD candidates, researchers et al., what’s the one topic that has nothing to do with your area of expertise but about which could rave for hours?
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Jen Heemstra Jun 17
Earning a PhD to achieve your career goals is hard. It's even harder when you don't know what your goals are or why you want a PhD. It's tempting to put these questions off until after graduation, but you'll be more happy, motivated, and successful if you tackle them now.
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Ania Tersakian Sergeenko Jun 15
Getting this PhD has aged me 10 yrs. Stressed 24/7 for the past yr. Is there a non-profit that sends people on a vacation post PhD defense?
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Jenna Davis Jun 20
When writing your thesis, do you have separate chapter documents and compile them later or one master document to work on? I don't know which would be easier with formatting and referencing software... 🤔
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Sayan Das Jun 15
PhD might be draining and arduous but one should not “suffer” in order to complete ones PhD. Dear PIs, maybe you didn’t have a enjoyable journey with your mentor during your PhD, but that is not reason enough to make your grad students suffer for that.
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Emma Jun 17
Today I hand in my thesis for the Second Time after undertaking a year of corrections. This is what I have learned.
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Adam Hembree Jun 16
Today, on , we meet Adam, who requested a library book that was already checked out. That request was denied, because the person who had already checked out the book was, indeed, Adam.
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Dr. Win Jun 19
Here’s the video of me getting my PhD from UO and my poor adviser having to rangle me into the hood. She said I had to walk and wear robes, she just didn’t specify they couldn’t be over a T.rex costume.
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Hugh Kearns Jun 19
Little by little one travels far. Writing one sentence or paragraph seems so little but that's how papers and chapters and books get written. Take the next step. Write the next sentence. Do the next thing.
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Hugh Kearns Jun 21
So easy to get tempted by that cool new idea. But more sensible (and more difficult) to finish the paper you should be working on now.
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Francis Aguisanda Jun 21
When I got to Stanford, I never thought that my PhD journey would end with me choosing to receive my master's degree instead. But as I reflect on how excited I am for the future, I know that I made the right choice. You don't need anyone's permission to change your mind.
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Holly Fuong 2h
Finally decided to write a blog post on and burn out as a graduate student doing . If you have any tips or advice on how to improve your mental health in the field, I would love to hear it!
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Hugh Kearns Jun 20
Had a paper published? Make sure you have a celebration. Tell people. Have a morning tea/coffee. Bake a cake. It's a big achievement. And it's important to mark your achievements.
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