Meet our November Researcher of the Month!
Dr. Eleanor Louson is an Academic Specialist at the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology at Michigan State University and an instructor at Lyman Briggs College. She works on representations of wildlife in film, science communication, and STEM experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate students.
Read more about her work and her current projects on our blog.
We have links to several new job postings now available on our Events & Opportunities page. The deadlines range throughout Fall 2018. Check them out!
Head over to the blog to read our latest Grad Student Research Profile! Meet Yana Boeva, a PhD Candidate in Science and Technology Studies at York University, where she works on issues related to digital fabrication.
Thank you to everyone who attended the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science this year in Regina! Hope to see you next year in Vancouver.
Happy new year! As we celebrate, we’re taking time to reflect on cosmopolitanism in the history and philosophy of science. Read Oana Baboi’s thoughtful engagement with Gordon McOuat’s work on our website here.
Congratulations to Dr. Gordon McOuat on being awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight grant! Dr. McOuat is a professor in Science Studies in the Contemporary Studies program and the History of Science and Technology Program at the University of King’s College, Halifax. He is also the Project Director for Cosmopolitanism and the Local in Science and Nature.
Dr. McOuat’s project focuses on scientist J.B.S. Haldane’s passage to India in 1957 and is titled “Circulating knowledge in a post-colonial world: J.B.S. Haldane’s passage to India – biopolitics, evolution and diversity.” You can read more about Dr. McOuat’s work and the grant here.