Chaya Crowder

Assistant Professor of Political Science & International Relations · Loyola Marymount University

Chaya Crowder is an expert in political behavior, race and ethnicity politics, social media and American politics.

American Politics Race and Politics Political Science Political Behavior Social Media

Judith P. Carlisle

Adjunct Professor · Loyola Marymount University

Alexander W. Diones

Instructor of Political Science · Loyola Marymount University

Larry C. Bernard

Professor Emeritus of Psychology | Psychological Science · Loyola Marymount University

Larry Bernard is an expert in evaluating people for the effects of traumatic injury, neoplastic disease and degenerative disorders in adults

Psychology Clinical Neuropsychology

Bryan Wisch

Rhetorical Arts Instructor · Loyola Marymount University

Swaptik Chowdhury

Lecturer of Economics · Loyola Marymount University

Min Young Yoo

Lecturer of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Min Young Yoo is a Lecturer in the department of Sociology at Loyola Marymount University.

Principles of Sociology Sociology Education

Michael Patzia

Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy · Loyola Marymount University

Michael Patzia is an expert in philosophy and philosophical inquiry.

Theory of Reality Philosophical Inquiry Philosophy Catholic Intellectual Tradition

Liang Mao

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Liang Mao's research aims to offer better understandings on the human-disease system with geospatial science approaches and technologies.

Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation Geospatial Network Analysis Spatial Accessibility and Disparities

Guido Mueller

Professor · University of Florida

Guido Mueller’s research interests include quantum optics and detectors for axions and axion-like particles.

Space Astrophysics LIGO Gravitational Waves

Monika Ardelt

Professor · University of Florida

Monika Ardelt developed the Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale to study the predictors, correlates and effects of personal wisdom.

Social Psychology Dying Well Subjective Well-being Psychological well-being Wisdom

Erin Westgate

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Erin Westgate studies boredom, interest, and thinking (...and why it's so hard for so many people).

Happiness Boredom Emotion Social Psychology Social Cognition

Leonardo Villalón

Professor · University of Florida

Leonardo A. Villalón is a professor of political science and African studies.

West Africa Post-Colonial Studies Economics Developing World Africa

Nicole Dorey

Lecturer · University of Florida

Nicole R. Dorey, founder of the Animalia Laboratory, teaches courses in psychology and animal behavior.

Human-Animal Interactions Animal Training Animal Welfare Animal Behavior Dog Cognition

Vasudha Narayanan

Distinguished Professor · University of Florida

Vasudha Narayanan's fields of interest are the Hindu traditions in India, Cambodia and America.

Hindus and Hindu Culture in India Hinduism Hindu Culture in America Hindu Culture in Cambodia Hinduism and the Environment

Steven Weisberg

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Steven Weisberg studies the cognitive neuroscience of human spatial navigation, why people differ, and how to improve spatial behavior.

Memory Aging Cognitive Neuroscience Virtual Reality Spatial Navigation

Gregory Glass

Professor · University of Florida

Gregory Glass focuses on understanding infectious disease systems: the agents, hosts and environmental sources.

Medical Geography Global Health Microbiology & Immunology

Connie Mulligan

Professor · University of Florida

Connie Mulligan is interested in understanding patterns of human genetic variation with implications for human health and evolution.

Syrian Refugees Impact of Stress Complex Phenotypes Influence of Genetics on Response to Trauma and Stress Epigenetic Analysis

Katy Serafin

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Katy Serafin researches extreme sea levels, coastal flooding and erosion hazards.

Coastal Resilience Coastal Hazards Compound Events Extreme Events Flooding

Sarah Moeller

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Sarah Moeller's research focuses on applying computational methods to documentary and descriptive linguistics.

Languages of the Former Soviet Union Artificial Intelligence Computational Linguistics Linguistics Endangered Languages