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Professor, Biden School of Public Policy and Administration
Prof. Yanich's research centers on the media and its intersection with citizenship, public policy and crime, as well as media ownership.
Media Media Ownership Media, Citizenship and Public Policy Policy Analysis Urban Society
Associate Professor, Fashion and Apparel Studies
Prof. Lu's research focuses on the economic and business aspects of the global textile and apparel industry.
Textile and Apparel Industries International Trade Sustainability Issues Trade Policy Fashion and Apparel
Professor, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology
Prof. Kaminski is a leading expert on issues related to purposeful headers in interscholastic and intercollegiate soccer.
Chronic Ankle Instability Repetitive Head Impacts Recovery Assessment
Professor and Deputy Dean, Biden School of Public Policy & Administration
Can discuss behavioral responses to disasters, including household risk management and decision making about warnings and evacuation orders.
Public and organizational behavior in disasters Disaster Mitigation Smart Warning Systems Mobile Warning Systems Disaster Warning Systems Disaster Response Disaster Research Disaster housing
Assistant Professor, Human Development and Family Sciences
Prof. Carey's research serves to make sense of the school experiences of black and Latino adolescent boys and young men in urban contexts.
Teacher Education Post-Secondary Education Developmental Psychology African American Education Latino Education
Associate Professor, Management
Dr. Sleesman studies the psychology of decision-making, negotiation and conflict resolution, as well as team effectiveness.
Motivation Teamwork Dynamics Negotiation Decision-Making Conflict Resolution Psychology
Professor, Geography and Spatial Sciences
Prof. Archer's research interests include: renewable energy, wind power, climate change, and numerical modeling of atmospheric processes.
Air Quality Wind Power Renewable Energy Meteorology Climate Change
Professor, Agriculture and Natural Resources
Prof. Tallamy researches how plants that evolved elsewhere impact food webs and biodiversity.
Native Plants Insect Conservation Ecological Landscaping Ecosystem Function
Professor and Chair, Political Science Political Science and International Relations
Prof. Redlawsk is a political psychologist with expertise in campaigns, voter behavior, decision making, and emotion.
Political Campaigns Decision Making Survey Research Politics Voter Beavior and Attitudes Political Psychology Experimental Methods Presidential Nomination Campaigns
Professor, Political Science and International Relations
Prof. Kaufman specializes in U.S. national security and foreign policy, Russian foreign policy, the war in Ukraine and nuclear strategy.
U.S. National Security U.S. Foreign Policy Ethnic Conflict War in Iraq Israeli-Palestinian Conflict International Relations Russian, Ukrainian and Eurasian Affairs
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