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Apr.25, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 11

Another path for Ph.D.s

In response to: Perspective

Published on April25, 2012

Thanks to Hilary Levey Friedman for sharing her story poignantly and with humor. A similar epiphany occurs within academia when a choice is made between teaching and research. For some academics it becomes more satisfying to share their passion of the field in a large class, rather than publish a research paper read only by the other five experts in their field.

SUKETU BHAVSAR *78
Claremont, Calif.

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