Hot Sauce and Dissertations

January 22nd is Hot Sauce Day. One of my very first blog posts focused on dissertation-related ice cream flavors. Today’s post will be a bit of a callback to those roots, but with a spicy flair…

What’s your favorite spicy dissertation flavor? Let me know in the comments below. And be sure to share this post with anyone you know who wants to add a little spice to their dissertation project!

Here is a list of flavors I came up with…

  • Frank’s Red Hot Research Design
  • Picante Problem Statement
  • Chipotle Conceptual Framework
  • Louisiana Hot Sauce Lit Review
  • Cayenne Concept Paper
  • Poblano Purpose Statement
  • Chili Case Study
  • Tabasco Theory
  • Jalapeno Hypotheses

Choose you favorite or create your own and add it to the comments below.

But, also note that even on Hot Sauce Day, you never need to spice up your dissertation!

All you need is a simple study, one that you can complete quickly and efficiently, a project that’s completely feasible and low-risk.

Does that sound spicy and exciting? Of course, not!

But, do you know what it exciting? Getting your dissertation done! Though your dissertation may be plain, or even boring, ¡acabado es caliente!

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Dr. Russell W. Strickland

RUSSELL STRICKLAND, Ph.D., has been referred to as a “rocket scientist turned management consultant.” In truth, he applies an eclectic body of work from astronomy and nuclear physics to dynamic inventory management to market research to each of his student engagements.

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