Edward P. Hogan Papers

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UA 053.017

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Edward P. Hogan Papers


  • 1960-2014, undated (Accumulation)


6.0 linear feet (6 records boxes)

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Edward Patrick Hogan was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the oldest of five children. His parents were Edward W. Hogan and Dorothy Fehrenbach Hogan. He attended St. Gabriel the Archangel Grade School and Bishop Du Bourg High School. He received his B.S. (1961), M.A. (1962), and Ph. D. (1969) degrees from Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. / Dr. Hogan came to South Dakota State University in 1967 as a faculty member in the Geography Department. He was charged with developing the state's only geography program. He has served as the Coordinator of Student Academic Affairs of the College of Arts and Science, 1983-1991; Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Science, 1977-1983; Head of the Department of Geography, 1973-1991; Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1991-1999, and was appointed Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chief Information Technology Officer in December, 1999. Dr. Hogan also serves as Coordinator of Faculty Development, Articulation, and the Director of Summer Term. / Among his honors are the Distinguished Teaching Award from the National Council for Geographic Education, the Distinguished Service Award from the Defense Mapping Agency, Who's Who in the Midwest, Who's Who in the World, and International Who's Who. Dr. Hogan was also selected for including in the Leaders in American Geography, a work that identifies and contains the biographies of the seventy-nine leaders in geographic education who have had major impact on geographic education in America since its founding. In 1991, Governor George S. Mickelson named Ed Hogan the State Geographer of South Dakota. / Dr. Hogan is married to Joan Ford Hogan and they have five children, Bridget, Edward Jr., Timothy, Erin, and Molly.

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This collection is composed of appointment books, correspondence, clippings, certificates, biographical material, photographs, material published by Dr. Hogan, and material collected by Dr. Hogan in his research.

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This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.

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South Dakota State University supports access to the materials, published and unpublished, in its collections. Nonetheless, access to some items may be restricted as a result of their fragile condition or by contractual agreements with donors.

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  • English

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UA 53.17

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