Dissertation Acknowledgements Examples
Here are 14 examples of dissertation acknowledgements to inspire you. They cover a range of academic subjects and are all from UK students. Note how they vary in length, style and substance. Surnames have been redacted for privacy.
Remember to always keep your acknowledgements to a maximum of a page.
Thank you to my supervisor, Dr Andrew R., for providing guidance and feedback throughout this project. Thanks also to my wife Anna, for putting up with me being sat in the office for hours on end, and for providing guidance and a sounding board when required.
I would like to thank the following people for helping with this research project:
Representatives from Historic England, Historic Scotland, Cadw, the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Sustainable Traditional Buildings Alliance for their willingness to impart their knowledge.
All the conservation officers and heritage team members who took the time to complete my questionnaire and who contributed so thoroughly through their further comments and emails. I would particularly like to thank those conservation officers who agreed to be interviewed. Birgit P., my tutor, who guided me so positively and who always made me feel confident in my abilities after coming off the phone to her.
Jan W. for his help with statistics. My husband and children for their patience and encouragement.
I would like to thank the following people, without whom I would not have been able to complete this research, and without whom I would not have made it through my masters degree!
The IESD team at DeMontfort University, especially to my supervisor Dr Paul C., whose insight and knowledge into the subject matter steered me through this research. And special thanks to Linda T., whose support as part of her PhD allowed my studies to go the extra mile (sorry for all the extra work Linda!).
The residents of Derwenthorpe, who took the time to return surveys and allowed me into your homes for follow up surveys, and without whom I would have no content for my thesis.
My colleagues at the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust and Joseph Rowntree Foundation, who have supported me and had to put up with my stresses and moans for the past three years of study!
And my biggest thanks to my family for all the support you have shown me through this research, the culmination of three years of distance learning. For my kids, sorry for being even grumpier than normal whilst I wrote this thesis! And for my wife Samantha, thanks for all your support, without which I would have stopped these studies a long time ago,. You have been amazing, and I will now clear all the papers off the kitchen table as I promised!
I would like to thank the following people who have helped me undertake this research:
My supervisor Dr. Peter B., for his enthusiasm for the project, for his support, encouragement and patience;
The Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, for input throughout this MSc programme.
For their contributions to data collection:
David K at Biofeed Engineering Ltd
David K, Vital Energy Solutions, Lancashire
Eddie M at Rural Generation, Derry
Steven M, Teagasc, Donegal
Conal M., Engineer, Donegal County Council
The good people of Stranorlar who were so generous with their time in completing the questionnaire surveys.
My partner Billy – I simply couldn’t have done this without you, special thanks.
Dear friends and family and Hattie, I.M.
And to my parents, Pat and Tony, who set me off on the road to this MSc a long time ago.
I would like to thank Mr. Richard Smith for guiding me to his important publications and for the stimulating questions on artificial intelligence and automation. The meetings and conversations were vital in inspiring me to think outside the box, from multiple perspectives to form a comprehensive and objective critique.
First of all, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Chevening Scholarships, the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations, for letting me be part of this incredible leaders’ network. Further, I would like to thank my supervisor Alejandro R. for the thoughtful comments and recommendations on this dissertation. I am also thankful to the School of Economics and all its member’s staff for all the considerate guidance. To conclude, I cannot forget to thank my family and friends for all the unconditional support in this very intense academic year.
I would like to thank my supervisor Prof. Mark W. and Liam H. for their consistent support and guidance during the running of this project. Furthermore I would like to thank the rest of the undergraduate research team for their collaborative effort during data collection. I would also like to acknowledge the school in Bradford for their participation and engagement in the study.
I would like to thank my Supervisor Gina K. for her dedicated support and guidance. Gina continuously provided encouragement and was always willing and enthusiastic to assist in any way she could throughout the research project. I would also like to thank Andrew P. for providing advice regarding mediational analysis.Finally, many thanks to all participants that took part in the study and enabled this research to be possible.
With many thanks to my supervisor Dr Martyn G. for his guidance during this research. To Jennie R., the dissertation module leader, for her support and encouragement throughout the process. Furthermore, to my mentor, Josh B. for providing access and introductions to women leaders, without this, the research would not have been possible. Finally, to all of the women who sacrificed their time, and the support of these well-known companies for their participation.
I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation for Barbara S. whose guidance, support and encouragement has been invaluable throughout this study. I also wish to thank the team an UKNY who have been a great source of support.
Firstly, I’d like to express my thanks to my patient and supportive supervisor, Tao J., who has supported me throughout this research project. I am extremely grateful for our friendly chats at the end of our meetings and your personal support in my academic and business endeavours. I’d also like to thank my participants and customers who took the time to reflect on their consumption choices. Thank you for expressing your thoughts so eloquently and your feminism so unapologetically.
I would like to say a special thank you to my supervisor, Jennie R. Her support, guidance and overall insights in this field have made this an inspiring experience for me.
I would also like to thank all of the women who participated in the study’s interviews.
Finally, I would like to thank my family for supporting me during the compilation of this dissertation.
I would like to thank Rik B. for his continued support throughout this project. Guy R., through Dyesol and Philip L. for their SEM images of porous materials. I would also like to thank Dr. Steven M. for his advice throughout the project. Finally I would like to thank Maureen H. at the University of Manchester for allowing me to visit her and her explanation of various techniques.
From the bottom of my heart I would like to say big thank you for all the bioelectronics research group members for their energy, understanding and help throughout my project, especially to Mr Devesh N. for the guidance throughout the gel extraction, Mr Andrew L. for the help with AFM imaging and Mr Samuel D. H. for advice on the DNA deprotection process. It truly has been very, very good time in this lab. I also would like to say special thank you to Professor P. W.and Dr R. S., without your help and wise guidance this project would have not been the same!