Shannon Fogg

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Posted by on November 6, 2018

  • Dr. William Schonberg shared his expertise on space and celestial objects with NBC News for a story about Chengu’s plan to launch an illumination satellite in 2020.
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    President announces S&T chancellor search, committee

    Posted by on August 23, 2018

    University of Missouri System President Mun Choi announced Aug. 21 the start of a nationwide search for the position of chancellor at Missouri S&T. Following nominations by Missouri S&T constituency groups, Choi named members to the search committee. The search committee includes:

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    Fogg’s chapter focuses on wartime aid to France

    Posted by on July 3, 2018

    Dr. Shannon Fogg’s book chapter, “The American Friends Service Committee and Wartime Aid to Families,” was been published by Bloomsbury Academic in the volume, Vichy France and Everyday Life: Confronting the Challenges of Wartime, 1939-1945. Fogg is chair and professor of history and political science.

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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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    Fogg heads to Paris as visiting scholar

    Posted by on December 5, 2017

    Dr. Shannon Fogg, chair and professor of history and political science, will serve as a visiting scholar in Paris in January. She will serve at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS). The EHESS trains postgraduate students in social sciences.

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    NEH grant builds bridge between humanities, engineering

    Posted by on May 3, 2017

    Thanks to a new grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Missouri S&T students will explore the cultures of Latin American countries they visit and earn course credit. The $100,000 NEH Humanities Connection grant will allow faculty to create four courses related to Latin American studies:

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    Fogg’s article among ‘most-read’ in French history journal

    Posted by on February 7, 2017

    An article by Shannon Fogg, chair and professor of history and political science, is one of French Historical Studies’ five most-read article in 2016. The article is titled “‘They are Undesirables’: Local and National Responses to Gypsies during World War II.” French Historical Studies, the leading journal on the history of France, publishes articles and commentaries on all periods of French history from the Middle Ages to the present.

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    Fogg named to ‘French History’ editorial board

    Posted by on March 1, 2016

    Dr. Shannon Fogg, chair and associate professor of history and political science, was named to the editorial board of the journal French History. Published by Oxford University Press, the journal reaches over 3,000 institutions worldwide. During her five-year term, Fogg will be responsible for reviewing articles related to 20th-century French history, particularly those focused on the 1940s. Fogg has previously served on the editorial board of the journal French Historical Studies, published by Duke University Press.

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    Fogg consults for BBC program

    Posted by on August 28, 2015

    Dr. Shannon Fogg, chair and associate professor of history and political science, recently served as a historical consultant for the BBC One program “Who Do You Think You Are?” The program explores the genealogy of well-known individuals. The episode Fogg assisted with features the story of actress Jane Seymour’s ancestors, who were Polish Jews that fled the Nazis in France during World War II. The program first aired in the UK on Thursday, Aug. 20.

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