Master’s Student Receives Prestigious Writing Award

D M Cicchiello has been awarded the Robert and Mary Jo Nye Graduate Student Essay Award for their historiographic essay, Medical (un)Making: Ethical Responsibilities and the Search for Agency in J. Marion Sims’s Montgomery Experiments. The essay was written for Professor Jacob Hamblin’s History of Science 513 course, which covers the history of science in […]

The Collapse of Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation Flash Panel

On February 1st, 2019 President Trump and Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, announced that the U.S. would begin pulling out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. In an effort to understand what this means, the College of Liberal Arts and the School of History, Philosophy and Religion organized a flash panel. The panel was held […]

Public Oral History Interview with Downwinder Trisha Pritikin

On January 11, 2019 an intimate group of students, professors, and community members met in the Valley Library to listen to an oral history interview of Downwinder, Trisha Pritikin, which was facilitated by Dr. Jacob Hamblin. Pritikin was being interviewed as part of a National Science Foundation grant through Oregon State University to understand the history of […]