A Guide to Faculty/Staff Media Sources and Speakers

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Name Topic Areas
Bredle, Don exercise physiology, exercise science, athletic performance, sports nutrition, body composition, weight control, pulmonary and cardiac rehabilitation, training

DaCosta, Maria Pacific Asia economic issues, China's economic reform

De Meuse, Kenneth P. corporate restructuring and change management, "human side" of corporate restructuring and downsizing, employee attitudes, organizational behavior, impact of corporate transitions on employees, industrial/organizational psychology

Don, Gary W. music theory, music of Debussy and Prokofiev

Dorsher, Michael D. Internet, new media and society, online journalism, in-depth reporting, copy editing, sports journalism

Drumm, Daniel computer systems, computer security, student organizing, student activism, drug policy, industrial hemp, alternative media

Dunham, Douglas nanotechnology, materials science, materials characterization, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, surface science

Faulkner, Doug fluvial geomorphology, surface-water hydrology, water resources

Leland, David cognitive neuroscience, electroencephalography (EEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), attention, substance abuse and dependence, neuropsychopharmacology, decision-making

Strouthes, Daniel North American Indian traditional cultures; indigenous legal systems of North American Indian societies; politics, technology, religion and humor of North American Indian societies; changes in American Indian land tenure

Taylor, Dale Music therapy and the brain; music for recovery from traumatic brain injury; music and memory; curricular diversity; overcoming racial and cultural stereotypes. Keywords: neuroscience, implicit bias.

Tschida, David Communicating about environmental issues and advocacy, communication/media literacy, communication strategies or techniques, how audiences determine meaning(s) in the communication they encounter, public speaking.