Many congratulations to our five grad students who have been awarded Dean’s Teaching Fellowships for the next academic year!
Eli Anders, “Health and the City: Urban Public Health in Historical Perspective.”
Seth LeJacq, “The History of Forensic Medicine: Medicine and the Law in Western Society, 1500-2000.”
Alicia Puglionesi, “Science, Fiction, and the Brain.”
Justin Rivest, “Rejected Knowledge: Alchemy and Astrology in Early Science and Medicine.”
Marion Schmidt, “Disability, Citizenship, and Reproduction in 20th century America.”
The Dean’s Teaching Fellowship enables later-stage grad students design, develop and deliver an undegraduate seminar-style course.