Lubbock Christian University
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Kregg Fehr, Ph.D.

Professor of History; History Program Coordinator; Institutional Effectiveness Faculty Liaison


Dr. Kregg Fehr is a Professor of History at Lubbock Christian University. He is from Wichita Falls, Texas. Dr. Fehr received his BS in Geology/Paleontology and an MA in History from Midwestern State University. He then went on to obtain a PhD in History of Science. With his Paleontology degree, his plans were to work in a museum. Instead, he started teaching at MSU. From there, he taught at Texas Tech, Wayland Baptist, and eventually made his way to LCU in 1997 and has lived in Lubbock since 1993. His wife, Jane, and his two daughters, Katie and Gracie, love to travel. He has been to 31 national parks. He frequently takes trips with his students—he has taken his Haunted History class to San Antonio, planning on taking his History of Science Class to London, and many more. Dr. Fehr believes that site-based learning offers benefits that classroom learning does not and is therefore including more traveling in his courses. His primary research interests are Atomics and the Cold War, energy history, and the cultural history of the United States.