A Guide to Faculty/Staff Media Sources and Speakers

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Name Topic Areas
Anderson, Julie A. molecular biology and molecular genetics including the Human Genome Project, cloning, stem cells, molecular treatments for cancer, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease

Bogstad, Janice young adult literature; science fiction and fantasy literature; women and paraliterary genres (science fiction, fantasy, romance and mystery fiction); Chinese and Chinese American literature and history; 20th-century women writers' literature in Chinese, French, German and English; library collection development; cyberfutures; global women's movements (20th century); postcolonial theory

Boulter, James E. atmospheric chemistry of Earth, atmospheric chemistry of extraterrestrial moons and planets, environmental chemistry issues, spectroscopy

Brown, Joshua Anabaptists (Amish, Mennonites, Hutterites)

Erger, Jeff health care, Internet communities, computer-mediated communication, small-group interaction, AIDS/HIV

Hein, Jeremy international migration, racial and ethnic diversity, Southeast Asian refugees, Hmong Americans

Jamelske, Eric public economics, public policy, welfare reform

Janot, Jeffrey M. physical activity and fitness for kids, adults and older adults; cardiovascular disease and exercise; diabetes and exercise; sports training and exercise nutrition for youth and young adults

Jennings, Eric information literacy, social media/Web 2.0 technologies (e.g., Wikipedia), library science

Ji, Jianjun marital quality, determinants of marital life satisfaction, China's population problems and policy

Jol, Harry M. ground penetrating radar (geophysical method used to investigate near subsurface to understand how land forms were developed, to reconstruct history of an area and to identify buried items), coastal environments, geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, archaeology (Israel, France and North America)

Mann, John W.W. American Indian history, history of the American West, public history, historic preservation

Markgraf, Jill distance education library services, off-campus library services, library support for online courses

Muehlenkamp, Jennifer suicide, self-injury, therapy (dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing), clinical psychology

Pace, Joel William Wordsworth, romanticism, transcendentalism, Anglo-American literary relations, bibliography, history of the book

Paradise, Jonathan Judaism, biblical studies, Hebrew studies, Holocaust

Patchin, Justin W. criminal justice, juvenile justice, juvenile delinquency prevention, school violence, evaluation research, criminology, cyberbullying, online aggression, MySpace, online social networking, adolescent Internet use

Shaddock, Jennifer cultural studies, Victorian literature (with emphasis on the relationship between popular texts and literary texts), theory and practice of cultural studies (in the literature classroom and in Victorian literature), British literature/women writers, construction of gender in the 19th century

Simek, Jodi intercultural communication; Ukrainian culture, history and religion

Strohschank, Johannes German immigration to Wisconsin

Worley, Jerry the human variable in teaching, rapport, intrinsic motivation, classroom management, Lao Tzu and "Tao Te Ching"