We thank our colleagues from [Name of the supporting institution] who provided insight and expertise that greatly assisted the research, although they may not agree with all of...Continue reading → As you already know acknowledgement stands for formal statement recognizing individuals and institutions that made certain contribution to you work.
We thank our colleagues from [Name of the supporting institution] who provided insight and expertise that greatly assisted the research, although they may not agree with all of...
Bachelor theses (and even masters theses) will rarely, if ever, be read for their content except by your advisors.
Maybe someone will glance at your conclusions or use your bibliography as a jumping off point.
However not everyone who supported you should be acknowledged in the scientific work, instead you should only quote those that...
Continue reading → Many of you have asked us this question.I wish to express my sicere thanks to [………], Principal of the Faculty, for providing me with all the...Continue reading → This research was supported/partially supported by [Name of Foundation, Grant maker, Donor].L from M university, whom I met during that time, for her constant insights to N things.In searching for the best sample of the Ph D thesis acknowledgement we have ran across Ph D thesis wrote by Ernest Alexander, on the topic „Formulation and stability of model food foam microstructures“ which is defended on the University of Birmingham....If your family or friends were to take a look at it, they're going to see your Vita (they probably know that already) and your Acknowledgements.And they are far more likely to glance at your thesis than anyone else (just being honest).Jordan Becker ’15, writing a rhetoric thesis on “Contesting the Dominance of Neoliberalism: The Ideograph as a Force for Social Change,” said this about Professor of Politics Bill Corlett, who was part of his thesis defense panel: “If I become only half the thinker, half the teacher, half the person that Bill Corlett is, it will surely be one of my greatest accomplishments.” Erin Beirne ’06, writing a geology thesis on “A Geochemical Investigation of Organic Matter Composition, Deposition, and Preservation at Sprague Marsh, Phippsburg, Maine,” thanked her family, noting that: “It is entirely possible that I would have slept through my senior year had you not been willing to call me every morning, that I would have drowned in a sea of Bates had you not been there to bail me out, and that I may have never had a moment from myself had you not been as important a part of my life, my consciousness, as you are.” Craig Woodard ’86 wrote a biology thesis on “Partial Purification of a Type I Arylsulfatase from ,” and thanked now-retired professor Joe Pelliccia for “for his wisdom, guidance, support, and patience. Pelliccia has taught me to be a scientist.” Woodard earned a doctorate from Yale and has been a professor of biological sciences at Mount Holyoke College since 1995.Craig Woodard ’86 is a professor of biological sciences at Mount Holyoke College.I also don't want to thank any friends or family for "support", it seems a bit silly and melodramatic.Almost all of the theses that I have read have acknowledgement sections with several people being thanked. Should I include it, and just write a sentence or two about my advisor?