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
LGBTQ Center Director
She provides education, advocacy and support to the LGBTQ community and puts into perspective gender identity and sexual orientation issues.
Expert Areas: HB2 | LGBTQ Rights | Gay Marriage | Gay Rights | LGBTQ History | Queer Theory | Public History | Gender Studies | Transgender Issues | All Gender Restrooms | Bathroom Bill | Diversity and Inclusion | Lgbtq Issues
Associate Professor of Economics
Mazumder is a specialist in macroeconomics.
Expert Areas: Inflation | Monetary Policy | Employment & Unemployment | Government Policy | Recession Economics | European Inflation | International Finance | Intermediate Macroeconomics | Applied Econometrics | Election and monetary policy
Assistant Teaching Professor of Economics
McFall uses his interest in golf and basketball to explain how regulatory policies impact competitors’ strategies.
Expert Areas: Technological Change on Economic Decision-Making | Sports Economics | Economic Implications of Public Policy | Economic Litigation | Personnell Economics | Economics of Education | NCAA Tournament Organization
Assistant VP, Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development.
McWilliams focuses on young adult personal & professional development, networking & interpersonal relationships for both mentors & mentees.
Expert Areas: Personal Development | Career Development | Leadership and Networking | Higher Ed Mentoring | Workplace Mentoring | Internships | Careers
Associate Professor of Health and Exercise Science
Miller’s research considers healthy behavioral lifestyle changes of nutrition and physical activity.
Expert Areas: Obesity | Childhood Obesity | Weight Loss | General Nutrition | Physical Activity | Bariatric Surgery | Exercise Effects | Dietary Intervention | The Role of Leptin in Obesity | Nutrition in Health and Disease | Lifestyles and Diseases | Advanced Exercise Physiology | Culture and Diet | Inflammation and Disease
A. C. Reid Professor of Philosophy
Miller is an expert on the study of character and ethics.
Expert Areas: Ethics | Character | Honesty | Compassion | Virtue | God and Morality | Moral Reasoning | Moral Psychology | Moral Character | Objective and Subjective Morality | Philosophy of Religion
Professor of Communication
Mitra’s expertise makes him the go-to person for the latest trends in social media.
Expert Areas: Technology and Communication | Technology and Society | Computers in Education and Training | Computer Use in Data Collection | Employment in U.S. and India | Cultural Sustainability | Communication Technology and Evaluation | Communication and Public Culture | Indian Culture and Communication Practices
Director, Center for Molecular Signaling and Professor of Biology
Muday pursues research on how plant hormones modulate root development.
Expert Areas: Molecular Biology of Plants | Genetically Modified Organisms | GMOs | STEM Education
Professor of Adolescent and Educational Psychology
Nielsen’s special interest is helping divorced and estranged dads and daughters reunite or strengthen their bonds.
Expert Areas: Family Dynamics | Educational Psychology | Fathers and Daughters | Portrayal of Fathers in Media | Asolescent Psychology | Divorce and Stepfamilies | Shared Residential Parenting | Fairy Tailes and Fatherhood Myths | Restoring Relationships
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