Sarah Schneider is a public historian with an oral history, digital history, and Holocaust studies background. Her master’s thesis and digital project highlighted the migrations of a group of Jewish German and Austrian children who fled the Holocaust via children’s homes in France.

Sarah holds a BA in American studies from Brandeis University and an MA in history (public history track) from the University of Central Florida. She is thrilled to bring her interest in migration to preserving and sharing stories of immigrant scientists through the Science History Institute’s Center for Oral History.