The Program in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine
The Program in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine integrates faculty and students from several departments and programs at the University of Minnesota. Each faculty member has a joint appointment in a department in the College of Science and Engineering, the Medical School, or the College of Biological Sciences, and many have graduate appointments in other departments as well, ensuring close association with other related fields. We have strong ties with the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science, the Department of History, and the science and engineering departments where the faculty hold tenure. These university and departmental connections are a major source of intellectual stimulation and support for both faculty and graduate students. We also sponsor a weekly colloquium and periodic symposia, bringing scholars from all over the world to the university. The program encourages a diversity of methodological approaches.
The Program has a research center, the Charles Babbage Institute for Computing, Information and Culture.
You can see all of the ways to support the Program in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine's graduate program on our Grouped Giving Page.
Drs. Susan Jones and Jennifer Gunn will be on Twin Cities Public Television's Almanac program with David Gillette on Friday, May 29 at 8pm on the Minnesota Channel. Their discussion will focus on past pandemics and the historical lessons from those pandemics. For more details, visit the PBS website.
Michel Janssen receives George W. Taylor Distinguished Teaching Award
The Program in History of Science, Technology and Medicine congratulates Dr. Michel Janssen on his distinguished teaching award from the University of Minnesota's College of Science and Engineering. Michel was nominated by his colleagues in Physics and Astronomy to recognize his excellent teaching.
The History of Medicine program is offering a new one-credit May term course covering the coronavirus epidemic. For more information, contact instructor Macey Flood (firstname.lastname@example.org). The course is open to non-degree seeking and degree-seeking students.