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LGBTQ Grad Student Student Group Honors Evelynn Hammonds

June 23, 2021
Evelynn Hammonds, Chair of the Department of the History of Science; Barbara Gutmann Rosenkrantz Professor of the History of Science; and Professor of African and African American Studies has received another leaf for her well-earned laurels. The Harvard grad student group LBTQ@GSAS has inaugurated the Evelynn Hammonds Award for Exceptional Service to BGLTQ+ Inclusion as part of its first ever... Read more about LGBTQ Grad Student Student Group Honors Evelynn Hammonds
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Gabriela Soto-Laveaga Appointed Co-editor of Leading Medical Journal

May 17, 2021
History of Science Prof. Gabriela Soto-Laveaga has been appointed co-editor of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, the official publication of the American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM) and the Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine. Kudos to Gabriela!
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New Mentoring Award Honors Prof. Evelynn Hammonds

April 30, 2021

PRESS RELEASE: The Harvard Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Students at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Association (LGBTQ @ GSAS), and the GSAS Office of Diversity and Minority Affairs are pleased to announce the inauguration of an annual award to recognize the contributions of members of the Harvard community who perform exceptional service towards greater BGLTQ+ inclusion and belonging.... Read more about New Mentoring Award Honors Prof. Evelynn Hammonds

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NASA and the Rise of Commercial Space: A Symposium to Examine the Meaning(s) and Context(s) of Commercial Space

March 17, 2021

 

History of Science Assoc. Professor Matthew Hersch is one of the discussants for a virtual WebEx event, "NASA and the Rise of Commercial Space: A Symposium Examining the Definition(s) and Context(s) of Commercial Space."

From activities in low-Earth orbit to the Artemis program, the commercial space industry is beginning to take on an increased role as...

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