Student Job Placement & Career Tracker

Since the inception of the program, graduates of our advanced degree programs have gone on to find success in many fields such as academia, government, nonprofit and museums.

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2021

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Lauren Klaffke Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2021 "Medicated by the Corporate Soul: Public Relations, Storytelling, and Philanthropy in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 1912-1980"
William Vogel Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2021 "The Mighty Microbe Can Go to War:" Scientists, Secrecy and American Biological Weapons Research, 1941-1969"
David Korostyshevsky Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2021 Lecturer, Colorado State University Lecturer, Colorado State University "Governing Habitual Drunkards: Guardianship, Life Insurance, and the Medico-Legal History of Compulsive Drinking in Nineteenth-Century America"
Anna Amramina Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2021 Fellowship, the Smithsonian Institute Fellowship, the Smithsonian Institute "A Common Language of the Earth: American-Soviet Scientific Collaborations during the Cold War"
Macey Flood Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2021 Visiting Scholar, The University of Texas Medical Branch Visiting Scholar, The University of Texas Medical Branch "Simple Medicines: Land, Health, and Power in the 19th-century Ojibwe Western Great Lakes"
Patrick Graham M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2021 Ph.D. Student at University of Chicago
Kele Cable Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2021 "Making Evolution Visible, Controllable, and Useful: A History of Early Experimental Evolution"
Cameron Lazaroff-Puck Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2021 "What Theories Are Made Of: How Industry and Culture Shaped Maxwell's Theories of Electromagnetism"

2020

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Bonnie Gidzak Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2020 "Atomic Science Education for the American Public, 1945-1949"
Dustin Studelska Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2020 "Forgetting the Hand: Wedgwood, Sèvres, and the Industrial Fate of Skill"

2019

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Reba Luiken Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Coordinator of Informal Interpretation, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Executive Director, Allen Centennial Garden, University of Wisconsin-Madison "Chicago’s Botanic Garden: A Garden in a Community"
Shawn Foster Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Retired "Transfer of the Western Medical Profession to China - Riding with Missions and Dismissing Native Medicine, 1807-1937: Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Changsha"
John Heydinger Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Postdoctoral Associate, College of Biological Sciences (UMN) Lead Researcher for the Lion Rangers program "Humans, Livestock and Lions in Northwest Namibia"
Alexander Greff M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2019
Adam Fix Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Visiting Assistant Professor, Program in HSTM (Univ. of Minn.) Global Writer, Transportation & Electronics Group, 3M "Sensible Mathematics: The Science of Music in the Age of the Baroque"
Samuel Froiland M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Graduate student at University of Illinois
Kate Jirik Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 "American Institutions for the Feeble-Minded, 1876-1916"
Nicholas Lewis Ph. D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Post-Doctoral Researcher, Los Alamos National Laboratories Historian, National Security Research Center "Safety in Numbers: Creating and Contesting the Los Alamos Approach to Supercomputing, 1942-1980"
Emmie Miller Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2019 Program Administrator, Program in HSTM, Univ. of Minn. Program Administrator, Program in HSTM, Univ. of Minn. "Empire of Ice: Arctic Natural History and British Visions of the North, 1500-1800"
Jessica Nickrand Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2019 Interim Assistant Director for Research, John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values Program Manager, Policy and Practice Programming, American Academy of Neurology "The Detroit Medical Center: Race and Renewal in the Motor City"
Quincy Washa M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2019 U.S. Military Forces U.S. Military Forces

2018

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Emily Beck Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2018 Assistant Curator, Wangensteen Historical Library (Univ. of Minn.) Assistant Curator, Wangensteen Historical Library (Univ. of Minn.) "Communities of Healing: Domestic Medicine and Society in Early Modern Italy"
Jieun Shin Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2018 Postdoctoral Fellow, Smithsonian Institution Senior Professional, Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd. "Displaying Cold War Technology and Science: The National Air and Space Museum, 1946-1976"

2017

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Kristina Cernekova M.A. History of Medicine, 2017

2016

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Margaret Berggren (Hofius) M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2016

2015

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Robert Bulander, M.D. Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2015 Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Minnesota "The Rude Unhinging: A Study in Shock"
Jonathan Clemens Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2015 Visiting Assistant Professor, Program in HSTM, University of Minnesota Instructional Design Coordinator, The Learning House "Defining Play: Producers, Mediators, and Users in the History of Video Arcade Games, 1971-1985"
Xuan Geng Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2015 "Serving China through Agricultural Science: American-Trained Chinese Scholars and “Scientific Nationalism” in Decentralized China (1911-1945)"
Barbara Reiterer Louis Ph.D. in History of Science and Technology, 2015 Data Analyst & Curriculum Developer, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Vienna Program Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Vienna

2014

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Baojie Song M.A. in History of Science and Technology, 2014

2013

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Margaret Charleroy Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2013 Population Center, University of Minnesota Research Fellow, University of Warwick Centre for History of Medicine "Penitentiary Practice: Healthcare and Medicine in Minnesota State Prison, 1855-1930"
Joseph Martin Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2013 Visiting Assistant Professor, Colby College Assistant Professor, University of Durham
Bryony Rogers M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2013
Aimee Slaughter Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2013 Publications Outreach Manager, Los Alamos History Museum Museum Educator, Los Alamos History Museum

2012

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Frazier Benya Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2012 Program Officer, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Senior Program Officer, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine "Biomedicine Confronts Society: Congressional Hearings and the Development of Bioethics, 1960-1975"
Sara Cammeresi M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2012 Self-employed, educator
Cara Kinzelman Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2012 Health Policy Researcher, American College of Nurse-Midwives "A Certain Kind of Girl: Social Workers and the Creation of the Pathological Unwed Mother, 1918-1940"
Christine Manganaro Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2012 Assistant Professor, Maryland Institute College of Art Associate Dean of Liberal Arts in Undergraduate Studies, Maryland Institute College of Art "Assimilating Hawai’i: Racial Research in a Colonial “Laboratory,” 1919-1939"
Rita Murphy M.A. History of Medicine, 2012 Received an MPH Project Manager of the Breast Oncology Multidisciplinary Disease Group at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University
Richard C. Parks Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2012 Brown University Mellon Post-Doc in the History of Medicine Teaching Professor, History of Medicine, Michigan State University "Hygiene, Regeneration, and Citizenship: Jews in the Tunisian Protectorate"
Vicki Pierre M.A. History of Medicine, 2012

2011

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Nathan Crowe Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2011 Postdoctoral Fellow, Arizona State University Associate Professor, University of North Carolina-Wilmington "A 'Fantastical' Experiment: Motivations, Practice, and Conflict in the History of Nuclear Transplantation, 1925-1970"
Neal Holtan Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2011 Retired "From Eugenics to Public Health Genetics in Mid-Twentieth Century Minnesota"
Matt McGeachy M.A. History of Medicine, 2011 Administration, University of Toronto Manager, Government Relations at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Jacob Steere-Williams Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2011 Assistant Professor, College of Charleston Associate Professor, College of Charleston "The Perfect Food and the Filth Disease: Milk, Typhoid Fever, and the Science of State Medicine in Victorian Britain, 1850-1900"
Joline Zepcevski Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2011 Lecturer, Minneapolis College of Art and Design "Complexity and Verification: The History of Programming as Problem Solving"

2010

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Adrian Fischer M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2010 Curator of Instruments, The Bakken Museum
Amy Fisher Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2010 Adjunct Instructor Associate Professor and Director of Science, Technology, and Society, University of Puget Sound "An Arc Across Fields of Study: Electricity in Physics and Chemistry (1751-1807)"
Peter Kernahan, M.D. Ph.D. History of Medicine, 2010 Lecturer, University of Minnesota "Franklin Martin and the Standardization of American Surgery, 1890-1940"
Norrita Rech M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2010
Peter Schmidt Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2010 Grossmont College in San Diego Senior Lecturer, Arizona State University-Barret
Joris Vandendriessche M.A. History of Medicine, 2010 Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO)

2009

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Suzanne Fischer Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2009 Associate Curator of Technology, The Henry Ford Founder and Principal, Exhibit Coach "V.D. on Display: Sexuality, Masculinity and the Business of American Popular Anatomical Institutes, 1900-1930"
Rachel Mason Dentinger Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2009 Associate Instructor, University of Utah
Hyung Wook Park Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2009 Lecturer, Durham University, UK Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University
Gina Rumore Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2009 Postdoctoral Fellow, Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, University of Minnesota Research Development Director, Institute for Social Research and Data Innovation, University of Minnesota

2007

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Somaditya Banerjee M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2007 Assistant Professor, Austin Peay State University
Margot Iverson Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2007 Assistant Professor, Humanities, Illinois Institute of Technology "Blood Types: A History of Genetic Studies of Native Americans, 1919-1955"
Nicholas Martin M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2007

2006

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Mary Anne Andrei Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2006 Photographer and news writer "Constructing Nature: Taxidermy and Museum Exhibition, 1794-1926"
Ronald Frazzini Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2006 Adjunct Instructor in the Graduate Liberal Studies, Metro State, St. Paul, MN Retired "The Development of Italian Informatics: Technology Development of Olivetti Calculating Machines in the Global Business Machine Market"
Susan Rensing Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2006 Assistant Professor, Women's and Gender Studies, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Associate Professor, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Kansas State University "Feminist Eugenics in America: From Free Love to Birth Control, 1880-1930"
Karen Ross Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2006 Lecturer, Presbyterian College Assistant Professor, Troy University "Simon Flexner and the Development of American Virology"
Richard Swanson M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2006
Elisabeth van Meer Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2006 Adjunct Professor, College of Charleston "Engineering Beyond Politics? Professional Ideology, Scientific Management and the Evolution of Czechoslovakia, 1848-1948"

2005

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Paul D. Brinkman Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2005 Collection Technician I, NC Museum of Natural Sciences Head, History of Science Research Lab and Curator of Special Collections, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences "The Second American Jurassic Dinosaur Rush, 1895-1905"
Juliet Burba Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2005 Exhibit Developer, Science Museum of Minnesota Grants Developer, Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota “'Whence Came the Indians?' Developing a Science of Prehistory in America, 1880-1935"
Georgina M. Montgomery Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2005 Adjunct professor, Seattle Pacific Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University "Primates in the Real World: Place, Practice and the History of Primate Field Studies, 1924-1970"
James Satter M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2005 Manager of Public Operations, Science Museum of Minnesota
Olivia Walling Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2005 Lecturer, University of California WAC/WID Coordinator, University of Mississippi "Nuclear Astrophysics at the California Institute of Technology, 1930-1960"

2004

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Tom Noerper M.A. in History of Science and Technology, 2004
Jay Aronson Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2004 Postdoctoral Fellow, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Professor of Science, Technology, and Society; Director, Center for Human Rights Science, Carnegie Mellon University "The introduction, contestation, and regulation of forensic DNA analysis in the American legal system (1984-1994)"
John Gustafson Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2004 Instructor, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Part-time instructor at University of Minnesota-Duluth "Wolfgang Pauli, 1900 to 1930: His early physics in Jungian perspective (Carl G. Jung)"
Paul Morf M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2004
Don Opitz Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2004 Director, General College Math Center Associate Professor, De Paul University “Aristocrats and Professionals: Country-House Science in Late-Victorian Britain”

2003

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Ioanna Semendeferi Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2003 Instructional and Research Associate Professor, University of Houston "Exploiting uncertainty in radiation limits: Monticello dissenters, health physicists, and the civilian nuclear-power debate (Minnesota)"

2002

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Kevin Francis Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2002 Assistant Professor, Science Department, Mount Angel Seminar Faculty and Director of Master of Environmental Studies Degree Program, Evergreen State College "Debates over Pleistocene Extinction in the Twentieth Century"
Juan Ilerbaig Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2002 Associate Director, Modern Literature and Culture Research Center, Ryerson University "Pride in place: Fieldwork, geography, and American field zoology, 1850--1920"
Karin Matchett Ph.D History of Science and Technology, 2002 Independent scholar, writer, editor, and researcher "Plant Sciences Research and Agriculture in Mexico: Tensions and Collaboration Among Mexican and U.S. Scientists, 1935-1965"
David Sepkoski Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2002 Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor, Oberlin College (History) Thomas M. Siebel Chair in History of Science and Professor, Department of History, UIUC "Numbers and Things: Nominalism and Constructivism in Seventeenth-Century Mathematical Philosophy"

2001

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Mary Thomas Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2001 Lecturer and Administrator, University of Minnesota "Science, military style: Fortifications, science, and the United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1802-1861 (Joseph Gilbert Totten, Jonathan Williams)"

2000

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Kai-Henrik Barth Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2000 Science and Technology Analyst, Congressional Research Service Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Georgetown University in Qatar "Detecting the Cold War: Seismology and nuclear weapons testing, 1945--1970"
Alberto Martinez Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 2000 Research Fellow, Dibner Library of History of Science and Technology Professor, University of Texas at Austin "The neglected science of motion: The kinematic origins of relativity"
Tania Munz M.A. History of Science and Technology, 2000 Research Scholar, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Chief Program Officer, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1999

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Amy Foster M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1999 Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida Associate Professor, University of Central Florida
Mark Largent Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1999 Associate Dean, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University "The Social Applications of Biology: Vernon Lyman Kellogg and American Biology, 1890-1930"
Michael Reidy Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1999 Professor, Montana State University "The Flux and Reflux of Science: The study of the tides and the organizations of early Victorian science"
EfytchiaV ayena Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1999 Professor, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich "The Pap Test and Cervical Cancer Screening in Post War United States, Britain & Greece"

1998

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Erik M. Conway Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1998 Historian, California Institute of Technology Jet Propulsion Laboratory "Blind landings: The evolution of aircraft landing aids, 1918-1950"
Diana Kenney M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1998 Editor, Minnesota Physician Publishing, Inc. Associate Director of Communications, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole
Hugh Macgregor Smith, M.D. Ph.D. History of Medicine, 1998 Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic

1997

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Rodrigo Fernos M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1997 PhD, University of Puerto Rico Professor, University of Puerto Rico "Nuestra telefónica": La nacionalización de la Puerto Rico Telephone Company (PRTC), 1974 (from University of Puerto Rico)
John P. Jackson, Jr. Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1997 Assistant Professor, University of Colorado-Boulder "The transformation of social science into modern authority in Brown v. Board of Education, 1945-1957"
Stephen B. Johnson Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1997 Associate Research Professor, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs "Insuring the future: The development and diffusion of systems management in the American and European space programs"
Christian C. Young Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1997 Assistant professor of Science and Culture, Mount Angel Seminary Program Manager, Urban Ecology Center Institute, and Professor of Biology, Alverno College "The development of wildlife biology in America: Maintaining nature on the Kaibab Plateau"

1996

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Robert Ferguson Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1996 NASA History Office "Technology and cooperation in American aircraft manufacture during World War II"
Shawn Rounds M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1996 Research Historian State Archivist and Director of Library and Archives, Minnesota Historical Society

1995

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Joe Cain Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1995 Professor, University College of London "Managing synthesis: Community infrastructure in the synthesis period of American evolutionary studies"

1994

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Rene Burmeister M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1994
Brett Steele Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1994 Associate Professor, Khalifa University "The ballistics revolution: Military and scientific change from Robins to Napoleon"

1993

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Natalie McIntire M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1993 Independent Consultant

1992

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Judy O'Neill Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1992 "The evolution of interactive computing through time-sharing and networking"

1991

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Charles Atchley Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1991 "The invention and discovery of the neutrino: Elusive reality and the nature of scientific acceptance." (Volumes I and II)
Paolo Palladino Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1991 Professor, Lancaster University "Entomology and ecology: The ecology of entomology. The 'insecticide crisis' and entomological research in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s: Political, institutional, and conceptual dimensions"

1990

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Bruce Palmquist M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1990 Professor, Central Washington University

1989

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
James Hall M.A. History of Science and Technology, 1989

1988

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Brian Nichelsen Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1988 "Early jet engines and the transition from centrifugal to axial compressors: A case study in technological change"
Ho-Yin Tang Ph.D. History of Medicine, 1988

1986

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Karen E. Johnson Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1986 Associate Professor, St. Lawrence University "Maris Goeppert Mayer and the Development of the Nuclear Shell Model"

1985

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Fred Fellows Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1985 Freelance writer "J. H. Van Vleck: The Early Life and Work of a mathematical Physicist (Correspondence Principle, Susceptibilities, Magnetism)"

1984

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Nahum Kipnis Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1984 "History of the Principle of Interference" (Optics)
Luis H. Toledo-Pereyra Ph.D. History of Medicine, 1984 Professor of Surgery and Adjunct in Medical Humanities, Michigan State University

1982

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Eda Fowlks Kranakis Ph.D. History of Science and Technology, 1982 Professor, University of Ottawa "Technological Styles in America and France in the Early Nineteenth Century: The Case of the Suspension Bridge"

1979

NAME DEGREE FIRST JOB OUT OF PROGRAM CURRENT POSITION DISSERTATION/THESIS
Dale Cary Smith Ph.D. History of Medicine, 1979 Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences