#thesis memes

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In college I did my thesis on Time Perception Tik
My wife asking me to proofread her
Master's Thesis
Me struggling to understand it but still want to be supportive
armedWholesomeMemearmedWholesomeMeme
11 nov 2020
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My wife asking me to proofread her Master's Thesis Me struggling to understand it but still want to be supportive
104-year-old Colombian great grandfather submits doctoral thesis to university where he got his masters 73 years ago "hecause what you start you have to finish"
Now
MEDELLIN
MOVEMENT
UNIVERSIDAD
COLOMBLA
TRSIDAD
NAGIONAL
UNIVERSIDAD
IONAL
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2 oct 2020
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104-year-old Colombian great grandfather submits doctoral thesis to university where he got his masters 73 years ago "hecause what you start you have to finish" Now MEDELLIN MOVEMENT UNIVERSIDAD COLOMBLA TRSIDAD NAGIONAL UNIVERSIDAD IONAL
Harold Franklin, first Black student to integrate Auburn University, whose thesis was repeatedly rejected 51 years ago, is finally awarded master's degree
MOVEMENT
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12 aug 2020
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Harold Franklin, first Black student to integrate Auburn University, whose thesis was repeatedly rejected 51 years ago, is finally awarded master's degree MOVEMENT
There's a man in Starbucks holding a bound stack of papers like you print at
Office Depot, and he's proudly and loudly telling the couple near him that he's reading his daughter's thesis.
"She just graduated with a Master's degree. Historical preservation!"
It's so cute.
AM
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There's a man in Starbucks holding a bound stack of papers like you print at Office Depot, and he's proudly and loudly telling the couple near him that he's reading his daughter's thesis. "She just graduated with a Master's degree. Historical preservation!" It's so cute. AM 299 Retweetc 17 OK ikac
13 years ago, I emailed Dr. Fauci out of the blue to ask if I might interview him for my undergrad thesis. He invited me to his office, where he answered all my questions.
When I sent him the thesis, HE READ THE WHOLE THING (see his overly effusive review below). Who does
Luke:
Sorry for taking so long to get back to you, but wanted to fully complete my reading of your thesis before I did. First, it was great to get the chance to meet you and to discuss these critical issues with you last summer.
Your thesis was absolutely magnificent! I enjoyed it greatly and actually learned something from it. I have now read 2 Harvard senior theses this year - yours and Jenny's and I have learned from both. This actually gets to a theme that I often weave through commencement addresses; that is, the concept of a "perpetual student". I continually learn, even from people like yourself and Jenny who are much younger than I. Please keep that in mind as you progress in age and experience. Now, back to your thesis. You masterfully developed that compelling concept of reframing of critical issues for gatekeepers by elite advocates. You also gave considerable credibilty to your conclusions by admitting that economic interests and national security certainly played some role in the transformation of USA policy towards global AIDS, but it was not the primary consideration. If you had outright rejected these, you would not have been correct, because as you so well pointed out, there were people who actually believed that these were the reasons why their own views were changing, BUT they were not the primary gatekeepers. Your insightful twist about the second version of the
Lazarus story is very interesting. I actually am going to mention this to the President the next time we discuss
I believe that he would appreciate this. If you do not mind, I would like to quote some of your ideas with proper attribution if the opportunity arises in my talks and interviews. I have often hinted at these concepts, but you have added scholarship to them, and so now I feel more comfortable with them.
could go on and on about the merits of this treatise. Suffice it to say that if I were grading the thesis, I would give it a summa cum laude maximus. Please let me know if I can ever be of any assistance to you.
Good luck in what I know will be a highly successful career.
Best regards,
Tony
igwholesomeigwholesome
17 jul 2020
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13 years ago, I emailed Dr. Fauci out of the blue to ask if I might interview him for my undergrad thesis. He invited me to his office, where he answered all my questions. When I sent him the thesis, HE READ THE WHOLE THING (see his overly effusive review below). Who does Luke: Sorry for taking so long to get back to you, but wanted to fully complete my reading of your thesis before I did. First, it was great to get the chance to meet you and to discuss these critical issues with you last summer. Your thesis was absolutely magnificent! I enjoyed it greatly and actually learned something from it. I have now read 2 Harvard senior theses this year - yours and Jenny's and I have learned from both. This actually gets to a theme that I often weave through commencement addresses; that is, the concept of a "perpetual student". I continually learn, even from people like yourself and Jenny who are much younger than I. Please keep that in mind as you progress in age and experience. Now, back to your thesis. You masterfully developed that compelling concept of reframing of critical issues for gatekeepers by elite advocates. You also gave considerable credibilty to your conclusions by admitting that economic interests and national security certainly played some role in the transformation of USA policy towards global AIDS, but it was not the primary consideration. If you had outright rejected these, you would not have been correct, because as you so well pointed out, there were people who actually believed that these were the reasons why their own views were changing, BUT they were not the primary gatekeepers. Your insightful twist about the second version of the Lazarus story is very interesting. I actually am going to mention this to the President the next time we discuss I believe that he would appreciate this. If you do not mind, I would like to quote some of your ideas with proper attribution if the opportunity arises in my talks and interviews. I have often hinted at these concepts, but you have added scholarship to them, and so now I feel more comfortable with them. could go on and on about the merits of this treatise. Suffice it to say that if I were grading the thesis, I would give it a summa cum laude maximus. Please let me know if I can ever be of any assistance to you. Good luck in what I know will be a highly successful career. Best regards, Tony
There's a man in Starbucks holding a bound stack of papers like you print at
Office Depot, and he's proudly and loudly telling the couple near him that he's reading his daughter's thesis.
"She just graduated with a Master's degree. Historical preservation!"
It's so cute.
AM
299 Retweetc 17 OK ikac
Pinterest
There's a man in Starbucks holding a bound stack of papers like you print at Office Depot, and he's proudly and loudly telling the couple near him that he's reading his daughter's thesis. "She just graduated with a Master's degree. Historical preservation!" It's so cute. AM 299 Retweetc 17 OK ikac
is Kayla Whaley
There's a man in Starbucks holding a bound stack of papers like you print at
Office Depot, and he's proudly and loudly telling the couple near him that he's reading his daughter's thesis.
"She just graduated with a Master's degree. Historical preservation!"
It's so cute.
AM
igwholesomeigwholesome
21 jun 2020
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is Kayla Whaley There's a man in Starbucks holding a bound stack of papers like you print at Office Depot, and he's proudly and loudly telling the couple near him that he's reading his daughter's thesis. "She just graduated with a Master's degree. Historical preservation!" It's so cute. AM