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Errin Fulp

Professor of Computer Science

Fulp is an expert in cyber security and computer networks.

Expert Areas: Cyber Security | Computer Networks | Computer Configurations | Bio-Inspiration and Biomimicry | Moving Target Defense | Multimedia Systems | Simulation | Programming Languages | Deploying “Digital Ants” on the Power Grid | Genetically Inspired Computer Configurations to Fight Cyber Threats | Determining Network Usage and Intent Based on Interaction Patterns | Quality of Service (QoS) Management and Related Security Issues | Dynamic Resource Allocation | Peer-to-Peer Systems | Failure Prediction and Management | Network Pricing and Auctions

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Matthew Fuxjager

Assistant Professor of Biology

Fuxjager’s research focuses on the interplay between sex steroids and social behavior and how evolution influences species variations.

Expert Areas: Zoology | Animal Social Behavior | Courtship Displays | Androgenic Hormones | Neuromuscular Systems

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Samuel Gladding

Professor of Counseling

Gladding, an expert on family counseling, can address issues related to parenting, blended families, and family relationships.

Expert Areas: Family Counseling | Group Counseling | Arts in Counseling | International Counseling | Creative Arts in Counseling | Professional Orientation to Counseling | Creativity | Wellness

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Amanda Griffith

Associate Professor of Economics

Griffith's research focuses on the economics of higher education.

Expert Areas: Economics of Education | Women and STEM Fields | Labor Economics | Applied Econometrics

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Michael Gross

Associate Professor, Department of Engineering

National Science Foundation CAREER Award winner Michael Gross is a founding faculty member of WFU's undergraduate program in engineering.

Expert Areas: Inorganic Chemistry | Chemical Engineering | Green technologies | Student motivation and motivation theory in STEM courses  | High-powered fuel cell technologies | Composite engineering | Materials engineering and processing | Materials Chemistry | Solid state materials for electrochemical energy conversion | Multifunctional ceramic composites for solid oxide fuel-cell electrodes | Activity-level, or situational, student motivation in STEM courses and practical course design | Adsorption calorimetry

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Katy Harriger

Professor of Political Science

Harriger is an expert on political participation and voting among college-age people. She is also an expert on federal special prosecutors.

Expert Areas: American Constitutional Law | The Separation of Powers | Government Ethics | Independent Counsel & Special Prosecutors | The Supreme Court | Women and Politics

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Donna Henderson

Professor of Counseling

Henderson is an expert on the everyday issues confronting children and their parents.

Expert Areas: Bullying | School Transitions | Middle School | Parent-Teacher Communications | School Counseling | Counseling Children | International Counseling

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Dedee DeLongpré Johnston

Director of Sustainability

Johnston has nearly 20 years of expertise in education, sustainability and environmental issues.

Expert Areas: Sustainability in Higher Education | Sustainable Management | Green Business | Recycling | Carbon Footprint Reduction | Energy Conservation | Renewable Energy | Environmental Issues | Sustainable Agriculture | Ecosystem Management

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Oana Jurchescu

Assistant Professor of Physics

Jurchescu’s expertise is in the structure and electronic properties of organic semiconductors.

Expert Areas: Flexible Plastics | Organic Electronics | Nanotechnology | Macroelectronics | Organic Semiconductors | Organic Devices | Physics of Organic Semiconductor Devices | Organic Spintronics | Functional Organic Materials | Structure-Property Correlations | Organic Thin-Film Transistors | Organic Field-Effect Transistors | Organic Single Crystals | Perovskite Electronics | Perovskite Thin-Film Transistors | Charge Transfer Complexes

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Daniel Kim-Shapiro

Professor of Physics & Harbert Family Distinguished Chair for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship

Kim-Shapiro is an expert on nitric oxide, a signaling molecule that is important in maintaining adequate blood flow.

Expert Areas: Blood Flow Clotting | Nitric Oxide Dysfunction | Blood Storage Transfusions | Cardiovascular Health | Sickle Cell Disease | Hemoglobin | Complications from Blood Transfusions | Drinking Beet Juice

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