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(Writing 101) 5 tips for better Creative Writing OR Technical Writing

So you’re someone who’s a little bit more artsy, love to express yourself in sonnets and imagery but have a harder time with technical writing?  Or maybe you’re great at writing facts, non-fiction, and being very concise but you have a harder time with creative writing? 970 more words

Creative Writing

Week 05 - Where are you, Insulina?

A question that will be answered in this weeks reflective log! I have a few new updates to share regarding the development of Sugar Control. Here is a summary of what I have done this past week. 802 more words


An Introduction

Hi, I have no idea if anyone will read this blog. I decided to start it out of frustration from writing my dissertation. My name is Tammi, I’m a doctoral candidate at Argosy University in their Counseling Psychology program. 1,262 more words


Brief Thoughts on Turning a Dissertation Chapter In

I turned in my fourth chapter after work today. I had just a few citations to fix (as a Catholic, I do not happen to keep the volumes of  388 more words


Do Not Forget Me

Now that second year is finished, along with From The Bottom Up, it’s time to start thinking seriously about my photography-based dissertation. As a professional carer, I am constantly inspired by the healthcare sector and am beginning to embrace it as a point of creative innovation; consequentially, my final-year project aims to explore the invisibility and vulnerability of ageing populations, specifically in East Sussex. 524 more words


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5 Years and a Ph.D. later: What "Lean In" Taught This Medieval Historian

In the spring of 2013, I was gearing up to write my dissertation proposal on the topic “The Voice of Mary: The Construction of Marian Communication in the Later Middle Ages,” at The Catholic University of America. 1,093 more words