Five Dean's Teaching Fellowships awarded to our grad students

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.