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Kathleen Garness <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 1 Aug 2008 08:42:59 -0500
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Dear, dear Mieke! What happy news! : )

Of course, I can't speak for everyone on this list, but please know  
that you have my full support in this. The time will go quickly and  
you will do so much to advance scientific illustration in the  
academic community through your research. Do you have the Guild  
Handbook? That's a good place to start...there is a lot of history in  
there, just researching the names of the contributors. There are a  
few other books I would recommend, too, down the pike.

Blessings on this new stage of your life journey!

Kathy G

On Aug 1, 2008, at 5:52 AM, Mieke Roth wrote:

> Dear all,
> Yesterday I had a meeting with a guy that I know for some time now.  
> At one
> moment he was the editor in chief of the scientific magazine that  
> gave me my
> first assignment. He is now a professor of Biomedical science  
> communication,
> emphasizing on visual communications, at Leiden University and is  
> allowed to
> function as a promoter for people that want to get a PhD.
> Yesterday we talked about me giving lectures in his classes in  
> October and
> November, but we also talked about the fact that I am thinking  
> about getting
> a PhD for some years now and he now has the ability to guide me in  
> that.