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History and Philosophy of Science Section Fellows
Steven J. Dick, Retired, National Aeronautics and Space Administration: “For distinguished contributions to the history of astronomy and space science, and his leadership at the U.S. Naval Observatory and director of the NASA History Office.”
W. Patrick McCray, University of California, Santa Barbara: “For distinguished contributions to scholarship and education in history of science, technology and instrumentation, particularly of intellectual and social interactions in recent astronomy and physics.”
Carolyn Merchant, University of California, Berkeley: “For distinguished contributions to the field of history and philosophy of science, particularly for the history of the scientific revolution and gender and science.”
Helga Nowotny, European Research Council: “For outstanding leadership in promoting international excellence in and understanding of science, policy, and education, most recently in courageous leadership of the European Research Council.”
Rosemary Stevens, Cornell University: “For original work at the trans-disciplinary boundaries of public health, policy, and historical understanding of their social development, and for exceptional service to the professions.”
Davis Baird, Clark University: “For pathbreaking contributions to the study of nanoscience and emerging technologies, including for launching the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies.”
Jed Z. Buchwald, California Institute of Technology: “For distinguished contributions to history and philosophy of science, especially the history of modern physical science.”
John Dupré, University of Exeter: “For distinguished contributions to history and philosophy of science, especially to the interpreation of theories and to the undertanding of Darwin’s legacy.”
Diana Kormos-Buchwald, California Institute of Technology: “For distinguished contributions to history and philosophy of science, especially the history of modern physical science.”
Thomas J. Nickles, University of Nevada, Reno: “For distinguished contributions to history and philosophy of science, especially the understanding of scientific discovery and the wider understanding of the work of Thomas Kuhn.”
Garland E. Allen, Washington University in St. Louis
Daniel C. Dennett, Tufts University
Maura Flannery, St. John's University
Anita Guerrini, Oregon State University
Manfred Laubichler, Arizona State University
Angela Creager, Princeton: For distinguished contributions to the field of the history of the life sciences, to AAAS, and to history of science organizations.
Richard Creath, Arizona State: For achievements in archiving and interpreting key documents in the historical development of scientific philosophy and demonstrating their relevance to current problems.
David H. DeVorkin, National Air and Space Museum: For distinguished scholarship, leadership, and advancement of public understanding of the history of astronomy and space science.
Alain Touwaide, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: For distinguished contributions to understanding of ancient, medieval and early modern roots of the modern life sciences and especially for all that followed from knowledge of plants in antiquity.
Roger D. Launius, National Air and Space Museum: For distinguished scholarship and leadership in the field of space history, and for demonstrating the relevance of history to public policy.
Naomi Oreskes, California, San Diego: For distinguished scholarship in the history of earth sciences, and for leadership in relating science and technology studies (STS) to contemporary scientific policy debates.
Robert C. Richardson, Cincinnati: For outstanding achievement in the two most important areas to emerge in recent philosophy of science: philosophy of biology and cognitive science; specifically for work on sciences of complex systems.