The public is invited to join Missouri University of Science and Technology in “Celebrating the Humanities” at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, in St. Pat’s C of the Havener Center. This is the third year that the campus will spotlight the research excellence of faculty members in the departments of arts, languages and philosophy; English and technical communication; and history and political science.
Three faculty members will discuss their current research projects:
- Dr. Gerald Cohen, professor of arts, languages and philosophy, will present “Twenty Years of Research into the Origin of New York City’s Nickname, ‘The Big Apple.'”
- Dr. Shannon Fogg, assistant professor of history and political science, will present “Reconstructing Lives: The Personal and the Political in 1940s France.”
- Dr. Trent Watts, assistant professor of English and technical communication, will present “Ed King’s Mississippi: Photographs from the Summer of 1964.”
There will also be displays of recent publications by faculty members from the three departments.