Adam Fix, HSTM graduate student advised by Dr. Victor Boantza, was awarded the highly competitive Kermit and Ione Ebeltoft Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship for the 2017-18 academic year through the University of Minnesota's Office of Interdisciplinary Initiatives. Adam's project is entitled "Sensible Mathematics: Music and Experimentalism in the Scientific Revolution". This fellowship will allow him to devote the next academic year to interdisciplinary study on the intersections of history, science, art, music, and philosophy in the seventeenth-century Scientific Revolution. His will be mentored and advised by faculty in the Center for Early Modern History, the Program in the History of Science and Technology, the School of Music, and the Department of Art History.

Congratulations, Adam, on your hard work!