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FACULTY PROFILES

Douglas S. Blank: Two Computer Scientists Who Follow the Roads Less Traveled
Kimberly Cassidy: The Mind of a Child
Monica Chander: Examining Bacteria’s Response to Oxidative Stress
Gregory Davis: Investigating the Evolution of Morphology
Tamara Davis: Finding Big Answers in Small Places
Victor J. Donnay: Fostering Innovations in Math and Science Teaching
Michelle M. Francl: Making Chemistry More Accessible
Jonas I. Goldsmith: Broadening Perspectives on Chemistry Research
Julia Littell: Challenging Conventional Wisdom
Peter Magee: Shifting Sands
William P. Malachowski: New Factors in the Chemistry Equation
Clark R. McCauley: Understanding the Psychology of Terrorism
Rebecca Mercuri: Two Computer Scientists Who Follow the Roads Less Traveled
Michael W. Noel: Trapping Atoms to Observe Their Interactions
Chris Oze: Geological Approaches to Diverse Questions
Leslie Rescorla: Understanding a Common Language Problem
Marc Schulz: Research at the Nexus of Clinical and Developmental Psychology
Michael B. Schulz: Fundamental Questions About the Universe
Ellen Stroud: Cities in an Environmental Context
Anjali Thapar: Challenging a Prominent Hypothesis
Elly Truitt: Seeing the World Through Medieval Eyes
Arlo Weil: Pursuing Answers to Big Questions
Neal Williams: Probing the Nexus of Natural and Agricultural Habitats
Theodore G. Wong: The Roundabout Path
Edward Wovchko: New Factors in the Chemistry Equation
James C. Wright: High-Tech Mapping of Ancient Sites
Dianna Xu: Making High-Tech Eye Candy