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Linda Bartoshuk studies sensory perception of foods, including taste, olfaction and irritation/pain.
Food Science & Human Nutrition Sensory Perception of Food
Ragnhildur Bjarnadottir is an expert in using health informatics and data science to improve care quality for underserved populations.
Artificial Intelligence Quality of Care Data Science Nursing Informatics Clinical Decision Support Underserved Populations
Joyce Bono teaches managers how to create environments that achieve business objectives while supporting employee autonomy and well-being.
Attitudes and Motivation Quality of Work Life Gender at Work Management Leadership Personality Business Women
Jesse Boyles studies law theory and tax accounting and expert systems for tax decision making.
Expert Systems for Tax Decision Making Accounting for Income Taxes Tax Accounting Law Theory Federal Income Tax Accounting Business
Edward Braun is broadly interested in the evolution of genomes and organisms.
Genomics (Vertebrates, Especially Birds and Reptiles) Genomics Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary genetics Vertebrates
Lyle Brenner's research investigates how consumers and managers make predictions, inferences and decisions.
Consumer and Managerial Decision Making Statistics and Research Methods Consumer Statistical Reasoning Judgment Under Uncertainty Mathematical Psychology Measurement Theory Business
Assistant Professor/State Extension Specialist
Eva Buckner researches mosquitoes and mosquito control efforts.
Mosquito Control Programs Mosquito-Borne Viruses Human Health Mosquitos Pesticides
Christopher Busey’s research broadly examines the intersection of race and education.
Intersections of African American and Afro-Latinx Racial Thought in Education Educational Activism and Policy for Afro-descendant Communities Afro-Latin History and Citizenship Education Latin American Studies
Nina Caputo is a scholar of medieval Jewish history and interfaith relations in medieval Europe.
Jewish-Christian Relations in the Middle Ages Medieval History Medieval Jewish History Medieval Spain
H. Kenny Cheng’s research is focused on the impact of internet technology and software development.
Information Systems and Operations Management Internet Software Development and Marketing Information Technology Strategy Information Systems Policy Supply Chain Management Data Systems Policy Internet Technology Net Neutrality E-Commerce Business