People at LBC
Richard Bellon, Ph.D.
|Address:|| W-30 Holmes
|Phone:|| (517) 353-1739
2012 -Award for Outstanding Service to MSU Study Abroad. 2012 International Awards Ceremony, Michigan State University.
2012 -Recipient of Honorary Faculty Certificate from the Lyman Briggs College Graduating Class of 2012 for dedication to the enrichment of the Briggs experience
2001 -Fellow, Linnean Society of London
2012 “The Moral Dignity of Inductive Method and the Reconciliation of Science and Faith in Adam Sedgwick’s Discourse.” Science & Education 20 (2012): forthcoming (currently available on the journal’s website as a preprint).
2012 “The ‘BRAID’: Experiments in Stitching Together Disciplines at a Big Ten University” (co-authors Doug Luckie and Ryan Sweeder). Journal of STEM Education 13 (2012): 6-14.
2012 “The Moral Dignity of Inductive Method and the Reconciliation of Science and Faith in Adam
Sedgwick’s Discourse.” Science & Education 21 (2012): 937-58.
2011 “Inspiration in the Harness of Daily Labor: Darwin, Botany and the Triumph of Evolution, 1859-1868.” Isis 102 (2011): 392-420
2009 'Charles Darwin Solves the 'Riddle of the Flower': or, Why Don't Historians of Biology Know about the Birds and Bees?' History of Science 47 (2009): 373-406.
2007 'Science at the Crystal Focus of the World.' In Science in the Marketplace, ed. Bernard Lightman and Aileen Fyfe, pp. 301-35. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007.
2006 'Joseph Hooker Takes a 'Fixed Post': Transmutation and the 'Present Unsatisfactory State of Systematic Botany,' 1844-60.' Journal of the History of Biology 39 (2006): 1-39.
2005 'A Question of Merit: John Hutton Balfour, Joseph Hooker and the 'Concussion' over the Edinburgh Chair of Botany.' Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 36 (2005): 25-54.