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
Professor of Law
Knox’s six years with the U.N. shaped his expertise on the issue of human rights and the environment.
Expert Areas: Paris Climate Treaty | International Trade Law | Global Warming | EPA | Climate Change | Environmental Law | Human Rights Law | International Relations | International Law | Trade Law | Environmental Policy | Environmental Issues | Biodiversity | Environmental Defenders | Environmental Protection Agency | Human Rights Advocates | Paris Agreement
Professor of Communication
Krcmar is a leading expert on the effects of video games and television on children and adolescents.
Expert Areas: Video Game Violence | Effects of Video Game Violence on Children | Video Game Violence Legislation | Children and Television | Baby Einstein | Families Without Television | Video Games and Moral Reasoning | Media and Moral Reasoning
James and Marilyn Dunn Chair of Baptist Studies, School of Divinity
Leonard’s research focuses on Church History with particular attention to American religion, Baptist studies, and Appalachian religion.
Expert Areas: Church History | American Religion | Baptist Studies | Appalachian Religion
Associate Professor of Political Science
Lischer is an expert in humanitarian crises, military intervention, genocide and forced migration.
Expert Areas: Humanitarian Crises | Genocide Issues | Forced Migration | African Politics | Military Intervention in Humanitarian Crises | Civil Wars | Transitional Justice War Crimes Tribunals | Human Rights | Politics of Forced Migration | Civil Wars: Causes and Consequences | International Conflict Resolution | Politics of International Military Intervention | Humanity and Atrocity
Associate Professor of Communication
Llewellyn is a scholar of rhetoric, analyzing persuasive language from the most prominent politicians, coaches and civil rights leaders.
Expert Areas: Rhetoric | Organization Analysis | Public Speaking | Communications Management | Community Outreach
Department Chair and Professor of Communication
Louden is an expert in political communication, presidential rhetoric and argumentation theory.
Expert Areas: Rhetoric | Debate | Political Consulting | Political Campaigns | Political Adverstising/Marketing
Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering
Lowman studies how changes in water availability affects ecosystem sustainability and predictability.
Expert Areas: Hurricanes and drought | Water availability and its impact on the ecosystem | Hydrology | Role of fire on ecology and hydrology
Professor of Law
Marsh uses her legal expertise in real estate and banking to frame her research in the legal treatment of human remains and burial.
Expert Areas: Real Estate | Community Banks | Human Remains | Funeral Law | Business Law | Cemetery Law | Burial Law | Dodd Frank | Contracts | Real Estate Law | Property Law
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Masicampo’s research focuses on willpower, goal setting, and the psychology behind resisting temptation.
Expert Areas: Self-Control | Willpower | Goal Setting | Plan Making | Consciousess | Social Psychology
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