People with the last name Pepper who have doctorate degrees, what is your experience introducing yourself to people and do you wish you could change your name?
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TIL that if you get a doctorate in Finland, you get a special doctoral hat and sword. discoverphds.com/blog/fin…
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You need to have btech from iit madras and doctorate from iit bombay to become isro chief and to criticize him you just need to fail your 12th board after taking science and then blame it on God, get 11rs jio recharge and join atheismindia sub Reddit.
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Ditch the LVM and get the Doctorate: A Cautionary Tale.

Today, ladies, I finished my doctoral thesis and got rid of my shithead, horrible selfish dickhead of an LVM. He came home tonight, knowing that I’d submitted today and had nothing, no wine, no flowers, no effort to make me feel special. He opened the mail while I told him about my day β€” that is what I get to look forward to. He hadn’t organised anything for dinner. He said we could go out tomorrow night for dinner and I told him he could get the fuck out. i’m not his maid. For the past week, despite the fact that I’ve had to submit my thesis. i have been left with 100 per cent of the household chores, including dinner every night and I’m sick. Of. It.

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Women represent two-thirds of doctorates, but hold only one-third of academic jobs - McGill Reporter reporter.mcgill.ca/women-…
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Found this video explaining some of the laws of angular momentum and how this works with disc golf backhand and really any sport where you rotate. This guy has a doctorate in biomechanics. Shows very well how you generate most of the power by leading with your hips, while keeping your arm loose. youtu.be/dkHfmptXLCc
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[Rapoport] Big move for the #Bears: Chicago is hiring Sean Desai to be its new defensive coordinator, sources say. To my knowledge, the first person of Indian descent to become a coordinator in the NFL. They call him β€œDoc” for his doctorate at Temple, now they’ll also call him DC. twitter.com/RapSheet/stat…
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Gatekeeping doctorates
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TIL Disney composer Alan Menken came from a family of dentists and trained at medical school. He was a poor student, "wild hippie" and barely finished NYU. 8 Oscars, 10 Grammys, 7 Golden Globes later, Menken is now a star at NYU with a doctorate and scholarship in his name theartsdesk.com/theatre/t…
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[Ian Rapoport] Big move for the #Bears: Chicago is hiring Sean Desai to be its new defensive coordinator, sources say. To my knowledge, the first person of Indian descent to become a coordinator in the NFL. They call him β€œDoc” for his doctorate at Temple, now they’ll also call him DC twitter.com/rapsheet/stat…
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Jill Biden says her doctorate is among her proudest achievements: 'I worked so hard for it' cnn.com/2020/12/18/politi…
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What are your thoughts on the Wall Street Journal article mocking Jill Biden’s doctorate degree?

The article stated that Jill Biden wasn’t a doctor since she never delivered a baby and called her a β€œkiddo”, despite her being 69 years old. Many women also described how their credentials aren’t taken seriously as their male colleagues.

What do you think? Have you ever had someone question / downplay your credentials compared to your male colleagues?

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Her doctorate is not in the medical field.
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I worked so hard to get here. Almost didn’t make it out of high school Alice, transferred colleges 2x, barely finished my degree and doubted myself for years. Now I have my masters, am working on a doctorate, have a job I absolutely LOVE and just can’t believe I’ve made it this far. I
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Fatemeh Abdolali, a post doctorate researcher at UBC, is missing. She was last seen shortly after noon on Marine Drive between Capilano Road and Mackay Avenue in North Vancouver on February 26, 2021. globalnews.ca/news/766756…
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Nice doctorate you have there, what a pity you decided to NOT USE IT.

I am a recent (within 5 years) graduate from pharmacy school. I was an older student, so a few of the young professors were a only a few years older than me. One of them was a truly fantastic professor who really brought the content to life. Really an A+ educator. Then, later, I had the privilege of working under her during my clinical rotations. This woman was a miracle worker, folks. She ran an extremely successful clinic for respiratory patients and was a literal lifesaver.

Then she got pregnant.

And became a stay at home mom.

And had a second kid.

So now, instead of saving lives and having an incredibly positive impact on this urban community, she is raising babies. She left the profession and handed the clinic off to someone less talented, because Babies Are The Most Important.

I know, her body her choice. But it just seems so selfish. And what a waste of money. The doctor of pharmacy degree costs about $150,000 for goodness sake.

I hate it when talented, educated women decide that motherhood is the Most Meaningful.

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How did Edward Witten go from a B.A in History to a doctorate in physics?

This is a slightly career-related question -- I'm really curious how Edward Witten managed to get into a physics graduate program having received a B.A. in History. Moreover, how did he do so well in his doctorate program without any undergraduate background? Is something like this still possible to do today, or has the state of graduate education changed significantly? My understanding was that there are several "core courses" one must take as an undergraduate for admission into physics doctoral programs.

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Holt describes Doctor vs Doctorate v.redd.it/9u4s3y775sn61
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Rewatching the series one last time to celebrate finishing my doctorate

I've been in my program for 7 years (part time). I started watching the show when my program started and followed it for 6 years. This was the only show I've watched and followed the entire series (watching every Thursday). My plan is to defend my dissertation 2 days from today, so my goal is to finish the series again the whole way (I did do this once before). I'm on the 2nd half of season 2 now. Trying to finish it once more before my defense. Great memories following this show!

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The truth about acoustic bass from a doctorate in bass performance

Acoustic bass tends to be pretty divisive issue, but ultimately, most of us know that they're just not loud enough to play in most performance settings without an amp. However, how do they stack up against an upright bass? I recently had the opportunity to chat with a professor of bass performance about acoustic basses and his insight provides a pretty definitive answer to acoustic bass quandary: They're fun when you're by yourself, but that's about it.

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are any animal crossing lovers getting their Doctorate this year?
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Armed with a cybernetic brain and a doctorate in quantum cube-ology it's Dr Quazar!
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Dropped out of doctorate clinical program and now have $70K in loans with a $27K salary. Any advice appreciated.

So I graduated undergrad debt-free with a Health Sciences Pre-clinical B.S. and started my 3 yr DPT (physical therapy doctorate). Clinical doctorate is 13-17 graduate credit hours a semester, basically 8-6 days not including all the studying, volunteering, research, extracurriculars, etc. So unless you find a job that is ludicrously flexible and make sacrifices on school performance you can't have a job and your interest accrues the whole time you're in school... So I took out all unsubsidized federal loans to cover tuition + living expenses every semester.

I was excelling in the program but around semester #5 the stars aligned to have every bad thing possible happen in my life at the same time and the mental health challenges became too much to bear with such a rigorous program. I decided to withdraw and no longer pursue a career involving patient-care and just start over from scratch and prioritize my mental health in Dec. 2019..So then the pandemic hit, I searched for work for most of 2020 and finally got a job making ~27K/yr and am going to have to start paying on my $70K in federal loans as the forbearance for COVID ends. It feels very daunting and overwhelming and I have SO MANY QUESTIONS. What should I take into consideration when selecting a payment plan? Do I prioritize putting money into savings as well or just throw all of my money at the loans at the end of the month? I have about $12K saved up total to my name. Do I blow it all on the loan now or keep it saved and just make payments? It just seems like a drop in the bucket on the loans despite it being my entire life savings... How do these student loans affect my credit? Should I try to make sure I'm investing now as well for retirement or prioritize larger loan payments? Is there a financial planning expert resource I should be speaking to? I don't even know where to start, but I know the first step is figuring out how much to put towards the student loans...any help or advice is so greatly appreciated.

EDIT: I appreciate all the responses. To clarify, going back is not an option for a multitude of reasons that are too complicated to explain without writing a novel haha Also I dropped out at semester 5 of 9. So my loan amount would essentially double to 120-140K to leave school and make around 50-60K starting.. leaving me at a similar debt/income ratio. and finally, I do hope that with more work experience and possibly schooling later on if neccessary, I will find a better paying job. Ho

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Wearing a few of my faves to power me through the first exam of the semester for my doctorate program! Scuba oversized 1/2 zip in submarine (XL/XXL) and wunder trains 25” (10)
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I never thought I’d be able to say this, but I’m starting my doctorate program this year! And I just found out I’ve received tenure! Thank you all for the courage you give me every day

It’s been a whirlwind of a ride, and I honestly don’t know how I’ve made it this far, but I’m really proud of myself for the first time in a long time! I have a lot of you to thank in this journey, I’ve learned and grown so much from this community and have developed a much deeper appreciation for myself and my successes because of you!

I’ve been wanting to go back to school for the last few years to get my doctorate, but then I started teaching at a local college and before I knew it, I got a full time position and started to drown in my work. It took me four years to finally get a handle on my career to the point that I’m comfortable adding school back into the mix. I’m equally terrified and excited and I really hope I’m able to make it through this program!

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TIL that Shaquille O'Neal earned a doctorate in education degree in 2012--his doctoral project explored how business leaders use humor in the workplace. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sha…
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I need a doctorate, a masters, a bachelors and 10 years in redditology to understand
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1965. Sister Mary Kenneth Keller, the first woman to earn a doctorate in computer science in the United States.
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SLPT You can avoid people by studying non stop for years. PhD is the best because it really has no time limit. This way, you have a very valid excuse to avoid anything or anyone you don’t want to meet, and you’ll earn yourself a doctorate while you’re at it!
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I am a doctorate in quasibiocellular quantum neurophysics and a master's in terrapological geology. ama.

I specialise in neuro-generative processes in adults in post brain trauma recovery.

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Is it a bad thing to pursue a doctorate at the same university where you got your master's?

I'm lucky enough to have been accepted into several doctoral programmes this application cycle, but now I'm in the dilemma of having to decide between returning to my previous institution (where I got my master's) or leaving it for another place.

The main factor here is the timing difference between the two programmes. My previous institution is in the UK, where doctoral degrees only take 3+ years to complete, which works out better for me and my family (I have an elderly mother to support and care for). I also love the place. The apparent drawback, however, is that I'm not sure if it will 'hurt' my CV when it comes to seeking employment, as I really don't want to be typecast as someone who lacks the versatility to contribute to different academic environments. The other programme I'm considering is in the US, which will elevate my CV, but comes with 2 more years of schoolwork (adding up to 5+ years in total) and I'm not sure if I can happily go with this knowing that I'll leave my mother by herself for 2 more years than strictly necessary.

Other information: Both programmes are highly prestigious, so it's not a clear-cut choice (top 5 worldwide; the US one ranks a bit lower than the UK one, but US degrees in my field 'seem' more rigorous). I'm in the humanities, and can work on quite a few different topics, so my prospective advisors won't be a decisive factor, either. I'm from a country where it's still mandatory to get a visa to visit either place, and it's gonna be difficult for my mother to come stay with me for an extended amount of time.

I know that I'm already more privileged than a lot of people, and this shouldn't be a problem to begin with, but now I just can't get this question out of my head. Is it a bad thing to get your master's and your doctorate from the same university? Will the concept of 'academic incest' hurt my future job prospects, or will it come down to what I will do during my doctoral years? I'll really appreciate any sort of insight you can offer.

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I want to start a petition to get Ron Magill an Honorary Doctorate

It would be from either University of Florida (his alma mater) or University of Miami (for obvious reasons). The man deseves it as he is on par currently with people like Jack Hannah or Steve Irwin in terms of recognition and bringing to the public the need for animal rights. Which school do you think we should lobby and how can we get this done? Let's make Ron Magill the Animal Doctor an actual doctor!

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Double doctorate William Lane Craig highlights that 100-200K years of human origin is insignificant because only 2 billion people lived until the time that god's plan was revealed to humanity 3000-4000 years ago

I could never square the idea that god would stand on the sidelines watching the barbaric suffering of humanity for 100-200k years (estimates of leading scientists) before his plan was revealed to a barbaric tribe of largely illiterate people.

Most apologists gloss over this timeline, this huge span of 1000s of generations of our beginnings. The suffering is unimaginable.

But of course, they always have an answer. In his debate with Hitchens at Biola, Craig states, "The population reference bureau estimates that the number of people who have ever lived on this planet is about 105 billion people. Only 2% of them were born prior to the advent of Christ." Transcripts: http://hitchensdebates.blogspot.com/2010/07/hitchens-vs-craig-biola-university.html This was in response to Hitchens' claims of the unimaginable cruelty of a caring god standing by during this period.

For years I was caught up in just the timeline. I had never heard one give a plausible defense of why god had to wait until 3-4k years ago to reveal the plan. But then after watching this debate again, I was like holy fuck, just only 2% or 2 billion people had to suffer. And of course, god will find a way of redeeming these 2 billion people by holding them accountable only to what was revealed to them. This is ludicrous, insanity.

Full debate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tYm41hb48o

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I have a doctorate in advanced polymorphic teleobioanthropological studies. AMA.
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Qualifications: doctorate from r/conspiracy
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Hi all! My name is Miranda and I am doing my doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I made a video on childhood trauma, touching on the impact that this has on brain development and subsequent mental health/relationships. Hoping that it's accessible to all - would love your feedback :) youtu.be/syHPh1aaLAo
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TIL Kermit the Frog was awarded an honorary doctorate of Amphibious Letters on May 19, 1996, at Southampton College, New York, where he also gave a commencement speech. He is also the only "amphibian" to have had the honor of addressing the Oxford Union debating society. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ker…
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Doctorate Seuss
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Sharing this tip for all those other qualitative minds in doctorate level statistics v.redd.it/q2yes5kftcf61
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TIL Sr. Mary Kenneth Keller is the first woman to earn a doctorate in computer science in the United States. She was an advocate for the involvement of women in computing and the use of computers for education. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mar…
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Is a Bachelors degree (possibly masters to doctorates) useful in the job world?

As a junior in high school, I've always wanted to be a lawyer. I've always heard that its best for those intending to be lawyers to get their bachelor in a field that would serve as a solid backup plan in case law school does not work out for them. I was wondering how a bachelor in fiance would fare? And to be honest, I've always been interested in statistics, algebra, etc... and might honestly consider pursuing a masters or doctorates in finance. Thoughts? I'm just a clueless high schooler :/

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A list of every doctorate Carlson has: .That’s right. None.
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Y'all loved the graduation clothes so I want to take a few requests for those of you getting your Doctorate this year. Drop your school and I'll do my best :-)
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How does Paul Hayman make the faces he does? It's like he has a doctorate in facial expression.
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Doctorate Program

Has anyone gone to do a Doctorate program after their Masters with WGU? I’m on the fence about it.

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With the devaluing of higher education (every job posting asking for master's degrees) and the greed of universities, I can totally see them inventing a new kind of degree above a doctorate to take advantage of educational inflation
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If people are so quick to dismiss analysis/be closed-minded/refuse to listen to anything that doesn't fit their confirmation bias, will doctorate degrees even matter?

Title sucks, I'm tired/emotionally exhausted :(

I'm sure I'm not alone in these sentiments, but I wanted to vent/post in a forum of individuals that get where I'm coming from.

All I want to do is help people, and I'm pursuing my doctorate in education. It dawned on me today that no matter how educated/experienced/well-read I am, there will always be people that automatically disregard everything I say because it doesn't agree with their confirmation bias. For example, I know that people have political differences, and that's perfectly okay, but when my dad touts fake news on Facebook, and I debunk it with scholarly resources (and with as little political bias as possible), it falls upon deaf ears. I honestly don't know why I bother, maybe I'm just bothered that so many people will believe the first thing they see instead of listening to well-qualified individuals in their respective fields.

The best example I can think of is Parks & Rec with Leslie Knope. She's a very intelligent woman with a lot of experience in her field. Yet, every time she held public forums, there were people out there that were unhappy with what she was doing, and there were always people who thought they knew better than her. (I know it was a scripted show, but bear with me lol)

Has this always been an issue, or is this a new roadblock that PhD/EdD holders will have to deal with for the foreseeable future?

Research & analysis is apparently < shit I read on the internet from some dude named Steve in Indiana... I'm the first to admit that I don't know everything and I'm more than open to criticism and other perspectives, but I'm rather disheartened when thinking about the future - working so hard to receive an education only for it to mean nothing for the people you're trying to help :(

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