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Maggie Burnette StognerSchool: American University
Field of Teaching: Associate Professor, Executive Producer, AU Center for Social Media
Website Reference: http://www.american.edu/soc/faculty/stogner.cfm
Major Achievements: Maggie Burnette Stogner is a full-time professor of Film and Media Arts. She teaches in the Film and Media Arts division, bringing over 25 years of experience to the classroom. During her nine years at National Geographic, she produced, directed and wrote numerous documentaries, and was senior producer of the award-winning weekly programs Explorer and Ultimate Explorer. She has worked as an independent filmmaker since 2005. Projects include producing, directing and writing films and immersive media elements for the award-winning, internationally-touring Tutankhamun exhibitions; Real Pirates exhibition; the NEH/National Geographic Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures exhibition; the Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology exhibit; and the Smithsonian's Roads of Arabia exhibit.
Maggie Burnette Stogner is also doing research on interactive museum design and has published articles in academic journals such as "Curator" and "The International Journal of New Media, Technology and the Arts".
She is currently producing and directing a documentary on the death penalty, "Grave Injustice", with author Rick Stack, who is also an associate professor at AU's School of Communication.
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