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Visiting Graduate Students

The Center regularly hosts visiting graduate students from around the world. The Center does not provide financial support to visiting students. But we do offer a lively and stimulating intellectual environment. Visiting students often visit graduate seminar courses, including courses taught by faculty in the Philosophy Department, Program of History of Science Technology, and Medicine, and other departments and programs.¬†Visiting graduate student fellows¬†are expected to participate weekly in the activities of at least one of Center’s research groups (BIG, FIG, PIG, or the CtrDG) and to attend the Friday afternoon SST colloquium talks as well as special Center lectures. In addition, visitors are welcome to join graduate seminar courses, including courses taught by faculty in the Philosophy Department, Program of History of Science Technology, and Medicine, and other departments and programs. The University of Minnesota has a number of strengths in the sciences and in areas relevant to science and technology studies. Center fellows are encouraged to explore the activities of research groups throughout the University.

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