In addition to excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching, all members of the faculty are committed to scholarship within the discipline, both in their individual research programs and in fostering innovative research produced by undergraduate and graduate students. Many members of the department have received funding from the significant agencies or foundations that support scholarly activity in our discipline (e.g. National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, Social Sciences Research Council, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Fulbright Program). Since 1987, the program has received $1.2 million from foundations to support research fellowships for scholars from around the world pursuing projects in the University's History of Science Collections. The program is the home of two fundamental publications of the field: Technology and Culture, and the Isis Current Bibliography. Several faculty are involved in digital humanities projects that provide resources to scholars in the discipline. We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions about projects described in these pages.