UW-Eau Claire's Experts Directory provides a list of campus experts who can comment to the media on various topics and issues and who are willing to speak to service and professional groups.
Business communication, business presentations, business writing, working with different generations in the work place.
Streams, aquatic organisms, aquatic ecology, marine biology, insects and other invertebrates. Keywords: macroinvertebrates, non-point source pollution, mountain streams, sharks, Belize, Argentina.
Superconducting materials and magnets; failure analysis; economic development; small business innovative research grants. Keywords: metallurgy, superconductors, fracture.
human geography in general (emphasis on place, space, scale and the intersections of people, culture and environment); regional geography of the Middle East (emphasis on Turkey, Anatolia, Istanbul); geography of the Baltic region (emphasis on Finland); geography of food (emphasis on local-regional food systems); rural geographies (emphasis on rural outmigration and rural-urban connections). Keywords: Middle East, Turkey, Anatolia, Istanbul, Armenians, Finland, Baltic, food, food systems, farmers markets, urban-rural, migration, human geography.
African/Black Psychology Cultural competency Clinical/Counseling psychology Mental health
Pacific Asia economic issues, China's economic reform
plastics, polymer science, polymer synthesis, colloids, emulsions, "smart" materials, materials science.
nanotechnology, materials science, materials characterization, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, surface science
sport and exercise psychology, exercise and cancer recovery
state and local politics, interest groups, Congress, welfare policy, elections
Classroom technology, distance education, videoconferencing, broadcast engineering, cable television, AV consulting
critical theory; film and television studies, especially British; popular music as cultural studies; mystery, detective and crime fiction; modern to contemporary British cultural studies; Ian Curtis and Joy Division. Keywords: critical theory, crime drama, popular music of protest and resistance, postpunk music and culture.
William Wordsworth, romanticism, transcendentalism, Anglo-American literary relations, bibliography, history of the book
Educational Data Mining Machine Learning Deep Learning
fluvial geomorphology, surface-water hydrology, water resources
Animal behavior, conservation, diversity in STEM, wildlife, ecology, animals, cognition, cooperation, social behavior, leadership, female leadership, evolution, biology, carnivores, mammals, rodents, squirrels, birds, fish, sharks, women in STEM, nature, fieldwork, natural history, research, dominance, dogs, beavers, voles, spotted hyenas, African carnivores, coalitions.
gender, sexuality, women's sports (Title IX and gender equity in intercollegiate athletics)
Chinese elderly studies, China's population problems and policy, demographic transition, marital quality, sociological data analysis, social research methods. Keywords: activities of daily living, psychological wellbeing, supporting resources, life satisfaction, socioeconomic status.
Glacial history of Wisconsin, glacial geology of the Chippewa Moraine Ice Age National Scientific Reserve Unit, geology of western Wisconsin, eruption of Mount St. Helens, frac sand mining in Wisconsin, adventures associated with conducting glacial geology research in the wilderness of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve (Alaska). Keywords: glacial geology, Wisconsin geology, frac sand, Alaska, Glacier Bay, wilderness research, Mt. St. Helens, volcano, volcanic eruption.
Special Education Early Childhood Education Playful Learning Sensory Integration and Processing Collaboration