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Department News Archive
Yulia Frumer has been promoted!
The Board of Trustees of The Johns Hopkins University has approved the promotion of Yulia Frumer to Associate Professor. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition as a historian, teacher, and leader […]
Way to go!
Bill Leslie and Sharon Kingsland had the honor of hooding their advisees, Emily Margolis and Emilie Raymer, at the KSAS Hooding Ceremony. Emily is off to the American Philosophical Society […]
Congratulations Marc Alsina!
Doctoral candidate, Marc Alsina, has been awarded a 12 month pre-doctoral Guggenheim Fellowship at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Way to go, Marc!
Emily A. Margolis named Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Postdoc Fellow-APS Museum
This July Emily will begin a two-year term as Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Postdoctoral Fellow at the American Philosophical Society Museum in Philadelphia, PA. During her fellowship she will develop exhibitions using the archival, photographic, […]
Congratulations Chloe Pacyna!
Congratulations to history of science, medicine, and technology major Chloe Pacyna for earning a Marshall Scholarship, which will allow her to pursue doctoral studies at the University of Cambridge!(https://hub.jhu.edu/2018/12/03/marshall-scholars-2018/)
Graduate Student Nuno Castel-Branco published in one of Portugal’s main newspapers
Kudos to Nuno Castel-Branco, a third year graduate student, on his article being published in one of Portugal’s main newspapers. The article can be found on the Público website.
Joanna Behrman on cover story of Physics Today
Congratulations to Joanna Behrman for making the cover story of Physics Today.
This chemist is unlocking the secrets of alchemy
The Washington Post has published an article featuring Dr. Larry Principe’s research on alchemy.
Doctoral candidate, Emily Margolis, is the winner of the 2017-2018 NASA/AHA Fellowship in Aerospace History. Read the article about Emily’s fellowship published in September’s issue of AHA’s Perspectives.