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PhD Comics: Piled Higher and Deeper

Posted by dlende on October 25, 2008

Meg Towle, a former student of mine and now on a Marshall Scholarship, sent me this link to PhD Comics. Very funny. Here’s one I found that was particularly appropriate for Meg:

Our own Paul Mason just used a PhD comic in his latest post on the travails of field work. If you want to know more about the comics, including the 200 most popular ones, go here. You can even get books collecting the work of Jorge Cham, the cartoonist who has compared me to a ninja.

Coincidentally Meg and I just published an article together entitled “Community Approaches to Preventing Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission: Perspectives from Rural Lesotho .” So kudos to Meg!

One Response to “PhD Comics: Piled Higher and Deeper”

  1. Paul Mason said

    Congratulations on the publication!
    It’s great to see fieldworkers suggesting positive strategies for risk-communities!

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