History of Science PhD Student Wins Prestigious SYLFF Award

PhD student Miriam F. Lipton this week received the Oregon Sylff Fellowship for International Research. This prestigious fellowship is awarded to doctoral students who have “high potential for leadership in international affairs, in public life or private endeavor.” Lipton is thus a prime candidate for such an award. She kindly answered some questions about the […]

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 […]