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Steve Wiegenstein

Steve Wiegenstein taught at a number of Missouri colleges, including Drury University, Culver-Stockton College, and Central Methodist University, until his retirement. A native of the Ozarks with roots in Madison, […]

Charles Hotle

Patrick Hotle is the John Sperry Jr. Endowed Chair in Humanities at Culver-Stockton College. Before coming to Missouri, he taught in Nicaragua, Egypt, Belgium and the Netherlands. He is also […]

Michael Dickey

Michael E. Dickey was formerly the administrator of the Arrow Rock, Sappington Cemetery and Boone’s Lick State Historic Site (1986-2021). He is a graduate of University of Central Missouri in […]

Stephen S. Davis

Stephen S. Davis is a federal litigator practicing with True North Law, LLC. Steve has practiced extensively before federal trial and appellate courts in cases involving Fifth Amendment takings and […]

Gene Chavez

Dr. Chavez is known for documenting the life experiences of Mexican and other immigrants in the Midwest. He has led an oral history collecting initiative for the Kansas City Museum […]

Barnes Bradshaw

Barnes Bradshaw is a native St. Louisan who took the long road to his B.A. in History going to eight years of night school over a 10 year period. He […]

William Ambrose & Chris Dunn

Dr. William Ambrose graduated from ‘Rolla’ with a B.S. in Che. E. in 1972, Magna Cum Laude. During my senior year at “Rolla” I became interested in dentistry, choosing UMKC. Where […]

Brad Lookingbill

Dr. Brad D. Lookingbill is Distinguished Professor of History at Columbia College of Missouri. Previous to his academic career, he served in the Army National Guard and Reserve. He earned […]