Graduate Students

Graduate Students

Gidzak Bonnie Gidzak


History of Science and Technology

baue0189@umn.edu
History of the ways science intersects with society through institutions such as education, museums and news media, in late-19th and 20th century North America
Patrick Profile Pic Patrick Graham
History of Science and Technology



graha827@umn.edu
Electronic data processing and computing; census work, public health and hygiene; calculation and civic epistemology; technology, capital and the state.
Greff Alexander Greff


History of Science and Technology

greff004@umn.edu
History of scientific cultures and "Public Science," Intellectual Histories of Early Modern and Enlightenment Europe, popular representations of scientific practice in the Early Modern period, Scientific Utopianism
Lauren Haslem Lauren Haslem


History of Medicine

hasle041@umn.edu
Intersections between history of medicine, technology, and consumerism; history of psychedelic drug research
Heydinger John M. Heydinger


History of Science and Technology

heydi002@umn.edu
Environmental history; social-ecological systems; history of conservation; STS
Jirik Kate Jirik


History of Science and Technology

jiri0006@umn.edu
History of eugenics, science and institutions, heredity and science in the social sphere at the turn of the twentieth century
Klaffke Lauren Klaffke


History of Medicine

klaff001@umn.edu
Evolution of the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries between 1930 and 1980
David K. David Korostyshevsky


History of Medicine

koros003@umn.edu
History of Medicine, History of Science, United States History, Legal History, History of Alcohol and Drugs
Lazaroff-Puck Cameron Lazaroff- Puck


History of Science and Technology

lazar114@umn.edu
History of 19th-century physics, electricity and magnetism, analogy in physics, history of aeronautics
Lewis Nicholas Lewis


History of Science and Technology

lewi0740@umn.edu
The development of computing during the Cold War, focusing on the role and contributions of Los Alamos National Laboratory and the American weapons lab system in the birth and evolution of high-performance scientific computing

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