From Academic Probation to Doctorate: The Unlikely Story
A 1.94. That was my GPA my first semester at Brigham Young University. That GPA enabled me to make it on a much more auspicious list than the dean’s list; … Continue reading
The end of meaningful debate.
I was recently helping a Pepperdine colleague of mine with the data analysis portion of his dissertation. He has been tackling an interesting problem that he noticed was a major issue in his specific … Continue reading
The Wrong Lessons
Recently I had an interaction with an author of a book from one of the courses I was taking for my doctorate at Pepperdine. While reading the book, I ran … Continue reading
Agra – Home of the Taj Mahal
This post will be relatively short, because my description of being able to go and see the Taj Mahal can be summed up in one word: AWESOME. I have always … Continue reading