Justin Pope

Thrice as nice – ‘We love your class’ award goes to Winiarz

Posted by on June 2, 2020

For the third consecutive year, Dr. Jeffrey Winiarz received the S&T’s Advising Center’s “We Love Your Class” award from freshman students, who voted for their favorite teacher. Dr. Agnes Vojta received second place. Other nominees include:

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Can I call you native? Join Wednesday’s discussion

Posted by on November 12, 2018

Join student diversity initiatives for a discussion led by Dr. Justin Pope, assistant professor of history and political science, 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Diversity House, located at 605 W. 11th St. Pope’s presentation, titled “Can I Call You Native? An Exploration of the Terms ‘Native American’ and ‘American Indian,’ ”will explore the words “Native American” and “American Indian,” both racial terms contested by indigenous people in the United States. Dinner will be provided.

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‘We Love Your Class Award’ goes to Winiarz

Posted by on May 1, 2018

Freshmen engineering students recently cast their votes for their favorite teacher. Dr. Jeffrey Winiarz, associate professor of chemistry, received the Freshman Engineering Program’s “We Love Your Class” award for the 2017-18 academic year. Other nominees, listed in alphabetical order, include:

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Prize goes to Pope for essay on fake news in 1700s

Posted by on April 3, 2018

Dr. Justin Pope, assistant professor of history and political science, has won The John M. Murrin Prize for the best essay published in Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal in 2017. His winning essay, “Inventing an Indian Slave Conspiracy on Nantucket, 1738,” was published in the Summer 2017 issue. The prize will be presented to Pope at a ceremony at the University of Pennsylvania in May.

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Seven S&T faculty receive UM Research Board Grants

Posted by on January 9, 2018

The University of Missouri Research Board recently awarded grants to seven Missouri S&T faculty members in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business. The 12-month grants provide seed money for research initiatives in the categories of humanities, fine arts, social sciences and behavioral sciences. The recipients and their projects are:

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Pope publishes on fake news in 1700s

Posted by on September 2, 2017

The term “fake news” may seem like a trendy term, but false media reports are not new to this millennium. Dr. Justin Pope, assistant professor of history and political science, writes about the dissemination of false reports through newspapers in New England and the British Isles in the Summer 2017 issue of the Early American Studies journal.

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