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M Hogan-Schiltgen

Hogan-Schiltgen

Professor Emeritus

290 McNeal
1985 Buford Ave
St Paul, MN 55108

Tel: 612-625-6766

Fax: 612-625-4227

Areas of Interest

Social Capital
Family Finances
Family Economics
Savings and Assets
Decision Making
Gender Roles
Financial Issues
Resource Management
Family Ecology


Degrees

Ph.D., Family Ecology, Michigan State University
M.A., Family Resource Management, Michigane State University
B.S., Foods and Nutrition, Colorado State University

Honors & Awards

2003 University President's Distinguished Service Award

2003 College of Human Ecology Friend of the College Award

1997 Dean’s Award for Outstanding Service.

1992-1993 Bush Sabbatical Leave Fellowship.

1992 Outstanding Faculty Award, University of Minnesota College of Human Ecology Alumni.

1988 Ruth Hathaway Jewson Distinguished Service Award, Minnesota Council on Family Relations.

1988 Outstanding Alumni, College of Human Ecology, Michigan State University. Phi Upsilon Omicron (National Honorary Member),

1988 Conclave.

1987 Golden Key National Honor Society (Honorary Member).

Teaching & Learning

FSoS 3101: Personal & Family Finance

FSoS 8001: Conceptual Frameworks in the Family

FSoS 8106: Research Perspectives in Family Economics

Honors Seminar: Cultural Diversity 

Outreach & Engagement

2004-2007 Federal appointment to the National Agricultural Research, Extension, Education and Economics Advisory Board, USDA

2002-present Phi Upsilon Omicron Advisor (CHE Chapter)

2001-2002 FSoS Department Head Search Committee

2001, 2002 CHE Promotion and Tenure Committee

2000-2002 University Development Committee for Faculty

1997 Consultant on new Master's degree in Family & Community Development at Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Bangkok, Thailand

1994 Chair of the 1994 NCFR Summer Workshop in observance of The International Year of the Family, Black Mountain, North Carolina

1993 Workshop Collaborator/Consultant on Gender Role Issues for United Nations International Year of the Family Conference, Malta

Publications

  1. Amarapurkar, S.S. & Hogan, M.J. (2004). The child care experience of African immigrant parents. NCFR Report: Family Focus. FF24, p. F8-F9.

  2. Hogan, M.J., Solheim, C., Wolfgram, S., Rodrigues, N., & Nkosi, B. (2004). The working poor: From the economic margins to asset building. Family Relations, 53:2, p. 229-236.

  3. Hogan, M. J. (2001). Family economic puzzles and possibilities. Journal of the Family Relations Human Development and Family Economics Resource Management Division of AAFCS, 4, pp. 95-98.

  4. Hogan, M. J., & Solheim, C. A. (2001). Family financial resilience: Challenges and resources. NCFR Report: Family Focus, 46:2, p. F19 & F23.

  5. Hogan, M.J. (1996). Globalization: The Changing Families. In Social Services for Families in Society, Conference Proceedings from the 18th IFHE Pre-Congress Workshop, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Thailand, July 18-20, 1996.

  6. Hogan, M. J. (Ed.) (1995). New initiatives for families: Research, policy, practice, and education. Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations.

  7. Hogan, M. J. (Ed.) (1995). New initiatives for families: Research, policy, practice, and education. Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations.

  8. Antonov, A. I., Matskovsky, M. S., Maddock, J. W. & Hogan, M. J. (eds.) (1995). The family on the threshold of the third millennium. Moscow: Russian Academy of Science, Center for Human Values.

  9. Zaikina, G.A., Foteeva, E. V., Doherty, W. J., & Hogan, M. J. (1995). "Divorce in Russia and the USA." In A. Antonov, M. J. Matskovsky, J. W. Maddock & M. J. Hogan (Eds.), The family on the threshold of the third millennium. Moscow: Russian Academy of Science, Center for Human Values.

  10. Maddock, J.W., Hogan, M.J., Antonov, A.I., & Matskovsky, M.S. (Eds.). (1994). Family life before and after Perestroika: Russian and American perspectives. New York: Guiford Publications, Inc.

  11. Doherty, W., Hogan, M.J., Foteyeva, E.Y., & Zaikina, G. (1994). Divorce and its aftermath. In J.W. Maddock, M.J. Hogan, A.I. Antonov, & M.S. Matskovsky (Eds.), Family life before and after Perestroika: Russian and American perspectives (pp. 76-95). New York: Guiford Publications, Inc.

  12. Hogan, M.J., Maddock, J.W., Antonov, A.I., & Matskovsky, M.S. (1994). The future of families. In J.W. Maddock, M.J. Hogan, A.I. Antonov, & M.S. Matskovsky (Eds.), Family life before and after Perestroika: Russian and American perspectives (pp. 220-234). New York: Guiford Publications, Inc.

  13. Hogan, M.J. (1993). Looking ahead: National and global action for families. In K. Altergott (Ed.), One world: Many families (pp. 77-81). Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations.

  14. Rettig, K., Rossmann, M., & Hogan, M.J. (1993). Educating for family resource management. In M. Arcus, J. Schvaneveldt, & J. Moss (Eds.), Handbook of family life education, volume II: The practice of family life education (pp. 115-154). CA: Sage.

  15. Hogan, M.J. (1993). Family futures: Possibilities, preferences, and probabilities. In B. Settles, R. Hanks, & M. Sussman (Eds.), American families and the future: Analyses of possible destinies (pp. 255-262). New York: Haworth Press. (Published simultaneously in journal.)