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Physical Therapy students help Parkinson's patients move through exercise

As part of their final exam, second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students led a Parkinson’s exercise class for members of the Greater Fresno Parkinson’s Support Group. 318 more words

2016 Faculty of Culture and Society Doctoral Scholarships at AUT in New Zealand

Applications are invited for the 2016 Faculty of Culture and Society Doctoral Scholarships at AUT in New Zealand. These scholarships are for domestic and international postgraduate students… 413 more words


The Problem with Perfection

Let’s throw it out there. When it comes to my academic studies, I am a perfectionist. When I complete an assignment, I want it to be perfect. 403 more words


Chapter 6: I failed

I failed.

As much as people tell me, “Don’t look at it as a failure,” it is what it is. A failure.

The past six months there have been five aspects of my life: family, dissertation, work, church and personal — typically in that order. 635 more words

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PhD study and computer technologies use: A common experience?

By Kwong Nui

This blog returns to the technology and doctoral study series, and comes from Kwong Nui who is a lecturer in e-learning at Centre for Academic Development, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. 726 more words

Digital Technologies And The PhD

Doctoral defense scheduled for Thursday

Mary Ann Spott, a student in the Leadership Studies PhD program, will be defending her dissertation on Thursday from 5-7 p.m. in Main Building, Room 311. 22 more words

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