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Hello All, I hope everyone has been getting the results they want in regards to getting accepted into the school they desire. As for me, I'm still hoping. I'm on the waiting list (Western Carolina) and then I need to submit my application for South Carolina State Uni. I'm looking for other options in case I don't get into grad school...for the 2nd time. I wanted to get ya'lls opinion on something. I want to include in my personal essay the reason why I am pursuing this career is because I know how it feels to be insecure about not speaking correctly or not being able to get one's thoughts out. It's frustrating and I'm in that shoes. I'd like to help those who are going through that. However, I haven't been to a Speech Therapist and been diagnosed, I just know it because I'm going through it. How can I relay that in my paper. I know I had someone tell me they don't recommend putting something like that in a paper if it's not diagnosed professionally. What's all of your recommendations? Thank you in advance,
I thought it'd be fun to make an "Academic Bucket List" of some of the things I want to achieve in my career in academia (provided I get into a PhD program of course!) Here's mine in no order. 1. Get published in... - the Art Bulletin - Artibus et Historiae - The 16th Century Journal 2. Write at length about theCerasi Chapeland the Contarelli Chapel 3. Research in the Vatican archives (I can dream!) 4. Meet my "academic heroes" (they're scattered across the globe) 5. Attend CAA for 5 consecutive years 6. Present a paper in Italy 7. Advise students of my own 8. See all my book and article ideas through to fruition and get as many as possible published 9. Co-author papers with at least two of my aforementioned "academic heroes" 10. Write a paper in another language What are some things you'd like to do?