Thinking about the History of Science?

To learn how our major, minor, or course options might work best for you, please contact our undergrad advisor:

Stella Graves Stuart
Office: PhSc 621
Telephone: 405-325-6026


Office hours are:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
11:00 - 2:30

If these times are not convenience, please email for an appointment:


Learning Collective Tutoring

The graduate students in the History of Science Association (HSA) student organization will offer free tutoring this fall 2017 semester, beginning September 11:

Monday evenings
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Physical Sciences Center, Room 402

The Learning Collective provides help with tests, essays, and course materials for all History of Science courses.  We can help you plan a research project or paper, prepare for exams, take better notes, and improve your grades.

Looking for a Major or a Minor ...

If you are a student exploring majors and minors, consider the possibilities with the History of Science, Technology and Medicine undergraduate program.

History of science will give you a new way to view the world.

You will learn what it means to study science, technology and medicine in historical and social context.

You will develop your abilities to act as an informed citizen in our complex, modern society.

You will be well prepared for a number of career options.  To view the possibilities, click below:

         "What Can I Do With a Major in History of Science?"

Want more info?  Come and talk to us!

History of Science Department
Physical Sciences Center 621
Telephone: 405-325-6026
Email our advisor:


Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship

The Department of the History of Science is honored to invite applications for the Corliss E. and Esther C. Livesey Endowed Scholarship.  The scholarship, which has been made possible by a generous bequest inthe names of Corliss E. Livesey and Esther C. Livesey, is awarded annually to an undergraduate student majoring in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine.

The scholarship allows for an annual award in the amount of $1,000.

Candidates must meet the following criteria:

• Must be a regularly enrolled undergraduate student majoring in History of Science, Technology and Medicine.
• Must have a minimum 3.25 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
• Must have earned 15 hours of major coursework.

In addition, any or all of the following may also be considered in selecting a recipient: financial need; awards and honors; leadership and community activities.

 Please visit the new OU CASH scholarship application site to apply:

For a 30-second instructional video about CASH, here is a YouTube link:

Application deadline is February 1.

The Department announces the scholarship award April 1.

If you have questions about the scholarship, please contact Stella Graves Stuart at