Author Archive for Don Gogniat

Don Gogniat worked as an administrator for Penn State University and Chancellor for Penn State York before retirement. He served in the Peace Corps and worked as regional planner for the Costa Rican National Planning Office. Gogniat also sailed multiple times on Semester at Sea where he taught geography, global studies, and served as Executive Dean. His hobbies include travel, billiards, hiking, biking, and photography. His photographic work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, and juried exhibits. He plays a fair game of “nine ball.”

Credentials of the Director of the Center for the Study of Human Trafficking

CV: STEPANKA KORYTOVA-MAGSTADT International Studies Department Center for the Study of Global Change Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana stepkory@indiana.edu (812) 856-9106 EDUCATION Ph.D., Charles University, Prague, CZ, History: Dissertation: Czech Emigration    Beyond the Mississippi, 1860-1900 M.A., University of Nebraska-Kearney, History: Thesis: Dr. Olga Stastny, Her Service to Nebraska and the World B.A. (Honors), Southampton University, UK, Modern European and American History:…

Developing a Center for the Study of Human Trafficking in South-central Pennsylvania

Given the high level of activity in this area, more understanding of this horrific issue is needed.  To this end we are trying to establish a center to study human trafficking in south-central Pennsylvania.  Here are a few of the details. Summary Proposal  Center for the Study of Human Trafficking in South-central Pennsylvania There are an estimated 4 million people…

York Rail Trail added to hall of fame

Heritage Rail Trail County Park and the Torrey C. Brown Trail in Maryland were inducted into the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s Hall of Fame on Tuesday. I’m obviously thrilled about the boost the distinction will give this 44-miles stretch of trail – one component of the proposed Grand History Trail I’ve been advocating for. Here’s a link to a full article about…