Eric L. Mills, Dalhousie University

Oceanography Professor Emeritus Halifax, Nova Scotia e.mills@dal.ca Office: (902) 494-3437

Bio/Research

Eric Mills teaches topics in the history of Marine and Canadian Sciences in the History of Science and Technology Programme at King's College. He is also Professor Emeritus in the Dalhousie Department of Oceanography where he has taught biological oceanography and benthic ecology since 1967. Dr. ...

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Bio/Research

Eric Mills teaches topics in the history of Marine and Canadian Sciences in the History of Science and Technology Programme at King's College. He is also Professor Emeritus in the Dalhousie Department of Oceanography where he has taught biological oceanography and benthic ecology since 1967. Dr. Mills completed his PhD in Biology at Yale in 1964 after receiving his BSc at Carleton and his MS at Yale. In 1994 he began teaching classes in history of science at Dalhousie. In 1999, Dr. Mills became a founding faculty member of the History of Science and Technology Programme at King's College, of which he was one of the principal architects. In 1999, Dr. Mills was Stillman Drake Lecturer for the Canadian Society for History & Philosophy of Science, and he is the past President of the Commission of the History of Oceanography (a historical commission of the International Union of the History & Philosophy of Science) and editor of its newsletter, "History of Oceanography."



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