Kristin Boudreau
  • Professor Humanities & Arts
Professor Boudreau's research in literature, culture, and education is unified by broad concerns for justice, inclusion, and social progress. ... Read more
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Joel J. Brattin
  • Professor Humanities & Arts
Professor Brattin's work focuses on Charles Dickens’s notes, manuscripts, and early printed editions, which afford a unique view of his creative process. He also studies Jimi Hendrix, who Prof. ... Read more
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Crystal Brown
  • Assistant Professor Social Science & Policy Studies
Professor Brown’s research focuses on international relations, comparative immigration and integration policies, human rights, refugees, race/ethnicity and politics, and international security studies. ... Read more
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Christopher A. Brown
  • Professor Mechanical & Materials Engineering
Professor Brown teaches grad courses on axiomatic design and on surface metrology, and undergraduate courses on manufacturing and on the technology of alpine skiing. ... Read more
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Steven C Bullock
  • Professor Humanities & Arts
Professor Bullock is an expert in American history and the author of several books including Tea Sets and Tyranny: The Politics of Politeness in Early America, Revolutionary Brotherhood: Freemasonry and the Transformation of the American Social Order, 1 ... Read more
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Berk Calli
  • Assistant Professor Robotics Engineering
Professor Calli's main research focus is robotic manipulation and its applications in various domains such as waste recycling, assistive feeding, within-hand manipulation. ... Read more
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Terri Anne Camesano
  • Dean of Graduate Studies Graduate Studies
Professor Camesano is the Dean of Graduate Studies. She is also a chemical engineering professor and director of the Camesano lab which is focused on understanding how bacteria adhere to surfaces. ... Read more
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Kenny Ching
  • Assistant Professor The Business School
Professor Ching's research is focused on organization behavior, people analytics and topics related to entrepreneurship. ... Read more
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Ted Clancy
  • Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering
Professor Edward (Ted) A. Clancy has worked in industry for medical instrumentation and analysis companies interested in EMG, EEG, ECG and blood pressure, and the defense industry (aircraft instruments and radar). ... Read more
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