Congratulations to HPS’s Newest MA Graduate!
History and Philosophy of Science MA student Picabo Fraas successfully defended her thesis, “Dig Sites and Domesticity: Jessie Camp and the 1947 University of California Africa Expedition” Fraas examined the role of Jessie Camp in the University of California Expedition to Africa from 1947-1948, arguing that Camp created a position of power within her husband’s […]
M.A. Student, Celia Oney, Presents at Columbia History of Science Group Annual Conference
On Friday March 5th, 2021, Celia Oney, a second year master’s student in the History and Philosophy of Science program at Oregon State University, presented a paper at the annual Columbia History of Science Group (CHSG) conference. Oney was one of six speakers to present at the conference. Her paper, entitled, “Free to a Good […]
Aimee Dávila Hisey, History and Philosophy of Science Ph.D. Candidate has Book Review Published
Aimee Dávila Hisey, a Ph.D. candidate in the History and Philosophy of Science program at Oregon State University recently had a book review published in the journal Medical History. Book reviews serve as a vital service component for all historians and is a great way for young researchers to make meaningful contributions to the field. […]