The Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science (SAHMS) is developing a new teaching initiative that aims to support the work of educators in the classroom. We will be expanding our website over the coming year to include a variety of resources. As part of this initiative, we are calling for volunteers to share syllabi, to be posted on our website.
We are looking for syllabi covering any facet of the history of medicine, science, technology, or related fields. We also welcome syllabi from all class types, from introductory lectures to advanced seminars. Our collection will focus initially on syllabi for undergraduate or high school courses.
Syllabi may be submitted through our website: www.sahms.net/sahms-in-the-classroom.html
Accepted syllabi will be posted online and will be accessible to anyone who visits our website.
Vicki Daniel, Instructor of History, Case Western Reserve University
Belle Tuten, W. Newton and Hazel A. Long Professor of History, Juniata College