6 Small Lessons from Writing My Thesis

The act of writing can be an educational experience of its own.

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As I muscle through the first draft of my master’s thesis, I find myself coming back to a lot of the writing lessons I learned as an undergraduate. I was at first afraid that I would struggle to flesh out each ensuing chapter of my thesis after the literature review, but the process has been…

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Here’s some fun etymology. “Thesis” comes from the Greek θέσις, meaning “something put forth”. As a word nerd, I wanted to pick something suitable for a writer to call this journey into creating a thesis that embodies Integrated Design & Media.

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Leigh Fisher

Leigh Fisher

Writer and poet from Neptune. Instructional designer in NYC. Grad student at @NYUTandon studying Integrated Digital Media.

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