Oregon Experts

Jesse Abdenour, School of Journalism and Communication

Broadcast News, Investigative Journalism, Documentary Filmmaking, Copyright Law

Jennifer Ablow, Department of Psychology

Prenatal and Postnatal Stress, Prenatal and Maternal Mental Health, Intergenerational Transmission of Well-Being, Attachment Relationships, Social Determinants of Health, Parent-Infant Prevention and Intervention

Sarah Adams-Schoen, School of Law

Land Use Law, Climate Change Law and Policy, Coastal Resilience, Planning and Zoning in the Coastal Zone, Climate Hazard Mitigation, Ocean and Coastal Law, Wildfire Planning, Sustainable Development, State and Local Government Law

Angela Addae, School of Law

Civil Rights Law, Social Enterprise Law, Race and the Law

Yvette Alex-Assensoh, Vice President of the Division of Equity and Inclusion

Political Behavior, Racial and Ethnic Politics, American Politics, Immigration (with an emphasis on West African immigrants)

Nicholas Allen, Department of Psychology

Clinical, Adolescent Development and Mental Health, Mood Disorders, Sleep, Developmental Social and Affective Neuroscience, Family Processes, Digital Mental Health, Assessment and Intervention, Prevention Research

Adell Amos, School of Law Environmental & Natural Resources Program

Drought, Environment, Natural Resources, Wilderness, Conservation, EPA, Policy, Law

Howard Arnett, School of Law

American Indian Law, Tribal Law, Comparative Law of Indigenous Peoples, International Law of Indigenous Peoples

John Arroyo, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Urban Planning, Urban Design, Land Use, Community Development, Latino/a/x Migration, Local Immigration Policy, Race and Ethnicity in Cities, Suburbs, Urban Inequality and Neighborhood Change, Creative Placemaking, Arts and Culture, Environmental Justice

Melissa Baese-Berk, Department of Linguistics

Bilingualism, Speech Perception, Second Language Acquisition, Non-Native Speech

Steven Beda, Department of History

Labor History, Environmental History, 20th Century US History, Pacific Northwest Timber Industry, History of Forestry, History of Rural Politics and Rural Protest Movements

Elliot Berkman, expert in motivation, self-control, and addiction and assistant professor of psychology

Elliot Berkman, Department of Psychology

Mental Health, Addiction, Self-Control, Obesity, Goals, Smoking Cessation

Mitchell Block, School of Journalism and Communication

Filmmaking, Producing, Distribution and Marketing, Copyright and Fair Use

Brendan Bohannan, professor of biology and expert in microbes and our health

Brendan Bohannan, Department of Biology

Climate Change, Microbiology, Health, Sustainability

Jack Boss, School of Music and Dance

Music Theory and Analysis, Composition

Jim Brau, Department of Physics, Center for High Energy Physics

Particle Physics, Astronomy, Large Hadron Collider

Jim Brooks, Student Aid and Scholarships

Tuition, Student Loans, Debt, Financial Aid

Anne Brown, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Equity, Transportation, Innovative Mobility, Travel Behavior, Finance

Tiffany Brown, College of Education

Marriage and Family Therapy, Addiction, Recovery, Alcoholism, Drug Abuse, Self-harm (Non-Suicidal Self-Injury), Addiction on College Campuses, Grief

James Buckley, School of Architecture & Environment, Department of Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation, City Planning, Housing, Community Development

Elizabeth Budd, College of Education

Chronic Disease Prevention, Health Promotion, Physical Activity, Healthy Eating

Marcilynn A. Burke, School of Law

Natural Resources Law, Property Law, Takings, Eminent Domain, Ballot Initiatives

Bob Bussell, Director of the Labor Education Research Center and Associate Professor of History

Bob Bussel, Labor Education and Research Center

Labor Unions, Income Inequality, Immigration, Work, Working Families

Mark Carey, Environmental Studies Program, Department of Geography

Climate Change, Natural Disasters, Glaciers, Environmental History, Water Management 

Christopher Chávez, School of Journalism and Communication

Popular Culture, Television, Advertising Trends, Race and Ethnicity

Charise Cheney, Department of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies

African American, Black, Pop Culture, Race, Gender, Sexuality, Rap, Music, Politics, Activism

Hank Childs, Department of Computer and Information Science

Scientific Visualization, High Performance Computing

Stuart Chinn, School of Law

Constitutional Law, Constitutional Legislation, Legal and Political History

Ben Clarke, College of Education

Early Childhood Education, Common Core, Learning Disabilities, Teaching Mathematics

Benjamin Clark, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Decision Making on Wildfires, Public Budgeting and Finance, Public Management, Public Administration, Crowdsourcing, Autonomous Vehicles

David T. Conley

David T. Conley, College of Education

College Readiness, Common Core, College and High School Course Content Analysis, High School-College Alignment and Transition, Large-Scale Diagnosis and Assessment of College Readiness, No Child Left Behind

Amanda Cook, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Organic Chemistry, Materials Science, Surface Chemistry

Bettina Cornwell

T. Bettina Cornwell, Department of Marketing

Marketing, Advertising, Sponsorship, Consumer Behavior, Sports Marketing

Amanda Cote, School of Journalism and Communication

Game Studies, Video Games, Gender and Representation in the Gaming Industry

Courtney Cox, Department of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies

Identity and Representation in Sports Media, Labor and Sport, Advanced Analytics, Globalization and Sport, Gender and Sport

Bill Cresko

Bill Cresko, Department of Biology

Ecology and Evolution, Cell and Developmental Biology, Molecular Biology

Jessica Cronce, College of Education

Substance Abuse, Substance Abuse Prevention, At-Risk Behaviors Among College Students

Lauren M. Cycyk, College of Education

Bilingual Language Development, Bilingual Education, Special Education, Communication Disorders

Nicole Dahmen, School of Journalism and Communication

Visual Communication, Graphic Design, Social Media, Photojournalism, Commemorative Journalism, News Design, Publication Design, Visual Ethics, Visual Identity, Iconic Photographs, Media Technology, Eye-tracking

Donna Davis, School of Journalism and Communication

Virtual Reality (VR), Digital Embodiment, Tech Equity and Inclusion, Digital Social Capital

Edward Davis, Department of Earth Sciences, Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Evolution of Large Mammals, Paleontology, Climate Change, Conservation Biology

Andrew DeVigal, School of Journalism and Communication

Consumer Behavior, Health Care, Social Media, Trends, Journalism

Chris Doe, Department of Biology, Institute of Neuroscience

Cell and Developmental Biology, Molecular Biolog, Genetics, Neuroscience, Behavior

Alexandre Dossin, School of Music and Dance

Music, Music Education, Performance, Piano, Power of Music

Greg Dotson, School of Law

Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Energy Law, Climate Change Law and Policy

Hans Dreyer, Department of Human Physiology

Muscle Physiology, Metabolism, Physical Rehabilitation

Lillian Durán, College of Education

Bilingual Education, Early Childhood Education, Literacy, Educational Policy, Special Education, Dual Language Learners

Tim Duy, Department of Economics

Federal Reserve, Currency, Markets, Unemployment

Judith Eisen, Department of Biology

Nervous System Development, STEM Education, Science Literacy, Science Communication

Ruth Ellingsen, Department of Psychology

Mindfulness, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Mental Illness, Psychotherapy, Psychological Assessment, Autism Spectrum Disorder

Ihab Elzeyadi, School of Architecture & Environment

Architecture, Design and Health, Sustainable Design, Indoor Environmental Quality, Occupant’s Productivity and Well-Being

Clare Evans, Department of Sociology

Global Health, Social Epidemiology, Medical Sociology, Health Inequalities, Statistical Analysis, Intersectional Inequalities

Caitlin Fausey, Department of Psychology

Early Development, Cognitive Development, Emergence of Language and Vision in Infants

Tara Fickle, Department of English

Asian American Literature, History, and Culture, Chinese Americans, US-China Cultural/Social Relations, Race and Identity Politics, Comics, Gaming (including Mobile Games, Video Games, Board Games, and Gambling), Digital Humanities/Electronic Literature

Carolyn Fish, Department of Geography

Cartography, Map Design, Climate Change Communication, GIScience

Phil Fisher, expert in child development, especially in cases of abuse and neglect

Phil Fisher, Department of Psychology

Child Abuse, Foster Care, Early Childhood Adversity, Stress Neurobiology, Neglect, Attachment Disorder, Child Welfare Policy

Scott Fisher, Outreach Director of the Department of Astronomy

Scott Fisher, Department of Physics

Environment, NASA, Space, Astronomy, STEM, Eclipse, Science Communication, Science Literacy

Scott Fitzpatrick, Department of Anthropology

Archaeology of Islands and Coastal Regions, Historical Ecology, Seafaring Technologies

Maxwell Foxman, School of Journalism and Communication

Play, Gamification, Immersive Media

David Frank, Rhetoric, Robert D. Clark Honors College

Rhetoric, Political Speeches, Debate, Public Address, Critical Reasoning, Forensics, Barack Obama, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Alisa Freedman, Asian Studies Program

Modern Japanese Literature, Popular Culture, Youth Culture, Visual Media, Digital Culture, Urban Studies, and Gender

Jennifer Freyd, Department of Psychology

Campus Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence, Minority Discrimination, Physical and Mental Health, Betrayal Trauma, Institutional Betrayal, DARVO

Dennis Galvan, Departments of Political Science and Global Studies

International Development, Developing Countries, Poverty, Global Inequality, Westernization, West Africa, Indonesia, Islam, Ethnic Conflict, Nation Building, Democratization

Diana Garvin, Department of Romance Languages

Fascism, Neo-Fascism, Food and Politics, Gender and Sexuality Under Far-Right Regimes, Reproductive Health Care, Abortion Rights, Italian Politics

Alison Gash, Department of Political Science

US Courts, Gender, Race, Sexuality, Same-Sex Marriage, Constitutional Rights, Public Policy, Supreme Court

Judy Giers, School of Law

Constitutional Law, Marijuana Law, Administrative Law (State and Federal), Public Law, Health Law, Trial Practice, Appellate Practice, Experiential Learning

Mark Gillem, School of Architecture & Environment

Brownfields, Urban Sprawl, Urban Design, Sustainable Urbanism, Urban Planning

Erik Girvan, School of Law

Civil Litigation, Conflict and Dispute Resolution, Criminal Law, Appropriate Dispute Resolution, Oregon Child Advocacy Project, Psychology

Nicole Giuliani, College of Education

Self-Regulation, Obesity Prevention, Health Behaviors, Family Dynamics, Emotions, Neuroimaging

Tim Gleason, School of Journalism and Communication

Communication Ethics, Journalism Ethics, Communication Law, News Editorial

Joanna Goode, College of Education

STEM, Computer Science, Equity, Access and Inclusion in Education

Josh Gordon photo

Joshua Gordon, Lundquist College of Business

Negotiation, Strategy, Sports Law, Sports Conflict, Mediation, Arbitration, Crisis Management, Sports Branding and Storytelling

Melissa Graboyes, Department of History

Infectious and Epidemic Diseases, Medical History, Global Health, History of Science, Colonial and Postcolonial African History

Jessica Green, Institute of Ecology and Evolution

Biology, Sustainability, STEM, Women in STEM, Microbiology, Health, Germs, Engineering

Karen Guillemin

Karen Guillemin, Department of Biology

Microbiology, Microbiome Science, Cell and Developmental Biology, Host-Microbe Systems

Wendy Hadley, College of Education

Adolescent Risk Behaviors, Substance Abuse Prevention, Sexual Risk Behaviors, Adolescent Weight Management

Mike Hahn, Department of Human Physiology, Bowerman Sports Science Clinic

Biomechanics, Neuromechanics, Sports Science, Human Locomotion, Stress Fracture Prevention, Fall Prevention, Prosthetics Engineering

John Halliwill, Department of Human Physiology

Exercise, Sports Science, Healthy Aging

Ben Hansen, University of Oregon Department of Economics

Benjamin Hansen, Department of Economics

Marijuana, Suicide, Law Enforcement, Risky Behavior

Beth Harn, College of Education

Special Education, School Psychology, Learning Disabilities, Educational Assessment, Academic Interventions, Literacy

Annelise Heinz, Department of History

Histories of U.S. Women and Gender, Sexuality and LGBTQ History, Race and Ethnicity, Consumerism, Transpacific History

Christopher Hendon, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Energy and Sustainable Materials Initiative

Computational Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Materials Science, Catalysis, Energy Conversion, Surfaces, Porous Materials, Specialty Coffee

Michele Henney, Department of Accounting

Accounting, Taxation, New Business, Entrepreneurial Accounting, Corporate Governance

Ellen Herman, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics

Families, Gender, Psychology, Adoption, Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorder

Jocelyn Hollander, Department of Sociology

Women’s Self-Defense Training, Prevention of Violence Against Women, Interactional Approaches to Gender, Pedagogy

Emilie Hooft, Department of Earth Sciences

Marine Geophysics, Mid-Ocean Ridges, Oceanic Hotspots

Ocean Howell, Department of History

Urban Planning, Design and Architecture, Urban History, History of Race, Gentrification, Defensive Architecture, Planning Debates, Youth Culture

Jim Hutchison

James Hutchison, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Energy, Solar Power, Products, Environment, Green Chemistry, Nanoscience

Renee Irvin, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Nonprofit Management, Philanthropy, Wealth Distribution and Policy, Economics of the Nonprofit Sector

Bart Johnson, Department of Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture, Conservation, Wildfires, Climate Change

Darren Johnson

Darren Johnson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Water, Rare Earths, Environment, Agriculture, Industry, Waste, Green Chemistry

David Johnson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

STEM, Nanotechnology, Technology, Sustainable Materials

Andy Karduna, Department of Human Physiology

Biomechanics, Shoulder Injuries, Science Education, Science Communication

Leif Karlstrom, Department of Earth Sciences

Volcanoes, Glaciers, Surface Processes, Fluid Mechanics, Geodynamics

Christina Karns, Department of Psychology

Neuroscience, Self-Regulation, Gratitude, Neuroplasticity, Parenting

Ken Kato, Director of the Infographics Lab

Ken Kato, Campus GIS and Mapping (CGIS) Program

Mapping, Transportation, Technology, Apps, Geographic Information Systems, GIS, Smart Cities

Craig Kauffman, Department of Political Science

Environmental Politics, Climate Change Policy, Sustainable Development, Environmental Law, Ecological Economics, Indigenous Environmental Law and Practices, Transnational Networks, Collaborative Governance of Forest and Watershed Ecosystems

Vera Keller, Department of History

History of Science, Modern Europe, History of Technology

Nichole Kelly, College of Education

Obesity, Eating Behaviors, Self-Regulation, Clinical Intervention and Prevention

Colin Koopman, Department of Philosophy

Politics, Ethics, History, Information, Surveillance, Privacy

Nico Larco, School of Architecture & Environment

Sustainability, Urban Design, Architecture, Green Cities, Urban Growth, Walkability, Livability

Patricia Lambert, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Arts in Healthcare, Arts Management, Cultural Policy 

Lauren Lanahan, Lundquist College of Business

High-Tech Ventures, Research and Development, Institutions, Public Policy

Peter Laufer, School of Journalism and Communication

Conflict Zones, Ethics, Organic Food, Borders, Private Zoos, Exotic Animals

Regina Lawrence, Turnbull Portland Center and Agora Journalism Center

Civic Engagement, Voting Behavior, Political Communication, Journalism Innovation

Leslie Leve, College of Education

Adoption, Foster Care, Child Abuse, Interventions, Juvenile Justice System, Teen Girls

Rebecca Lewis, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Land Use Policy, Growth Management, Housing Affordability in Rural Areas, Transportation Planning and Finance, Urban Form, City Planning

Seth Lewis, School of Journalism and Communication

Social Media, Media Innovation, Emerging Technologies, Technology and Society, Digital Culture, Robot Journalism, Big Data, Algorithms

Yingjiu Li, Department of Computer and Information Science

Cybersecurity, Data Security, Privacy in the “Internet of Things,” Mobile and System Security, Applied Cryptography and Cloud Security, Data Application Security and Privacy

David Liebowitz, College of Education

Education Inequality, School Leadership, Teacher Evaluation, School Improvement, Education Policy Analysis

Nathan Lillegard, Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship

Start-Up, New Business, Entrepreneurship

Susanna Soojung Lim, Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, Korean Studies

Korean Studies and Literature, K-Pop, Russian Literature and Culture, South Korean Society (Gender, Race, Nationalism)

Deanna Linville, College of Education

Eating Disorder Prevention and Recovery, Reduction of Health Disparities, Family Wellness, Integrated Healthcare/Medical Family Therapy

Krystale Littlejohn, Department of Sociology

Fertility, Contraception and Sexual Behavior, Inequality (Race, Gender, Class), Health and Medicine, Mixed-Methods Research

Amy Lobben, Department of Geography

Geographic Information Science, Human-Environmental Interaction, Spatial Decision Making, Neurogeograhpy, GeoSpatial Cognition and Thinking

Andrew Lovering, Department of Human Physiology

Cardiopulmonary, Respiratory and Environmental Physiology

Daniel Lowd, Department of Computer and Information Science

Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence

Joseph Lowndes, Department of Political Science

Conservatism, Republicans, Race, Tea Party, Social Movements, Elections

Audrey Lucero, College of Education

Literacy Development, Dual Language Immersion Programs, Bilingualism and Biliteracy, Achievement Gaps

Ed Madison, School of Journalism and Communication

Journalism, Media, Political Journalism

Stephanie Majewski, Department of Physics

High Energy Physics, ATLAS Experiment, Dark Matter, Supersymmetry, Large Hadron Collider

Mohsen Manesh, School of Law

Corporate, Contract and LLC Law

Roberta Mann, School of Law

Tax Law, Business Law

W. Andrew Marcus, Department of Geography

Geography, Human Impact on Rivers, Value of a Liberal Arts Education

Rich Margerum, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Environmental Planning, Environmental Management, Land-Use Issues, Collaborative Governance, Conflict Resolution

David Markowitz, School of Journalism and Communication

Social Media Data Analytics, Media Studies, Language and Psychological Dynamics

Ernesto Javier Martínez, Department of Ethnic Studies

Queer Ethnic Studies, US Latinx Literature and Culture, Feminist Theory

Gabriela Martinez, School of Journalism and Communication

International Communication, Political Economy of Communication, Telecommunication, Human Rights, Collective Memory and the Media, Latin America, Immigration

Kelli Matthews, Public Relations Program

Social Media, Brands, Crisis Management, Athletes

Ulrich Mayr, Department of Psychology

Multitasking, Brain Training, Altruism, Aging and Cognitive Functioning, Eye Witness Memory, Concussions, ADHD, Gender Differences in Competitiveness

Luca Mazzucato, Department of Biology

Computational Neuroscience, Machine Learning

Krista McGuire, Department of Biology

Microbial Ecology, Tropical Ecology, Biodiversity, Climate Change

Kent McIntosh, College of Education

School Violence, Bullying, School Discipline, Problem Behavior, Equity, Racial and Ethnic Equity in Education

Laura Lee McIntyre, Professor of Psychology and the Associate Director of the Child and Family Center at the Prevention Science Institute

Laura Lee McIntyre, College of Education

Mental Health, Autism, Obesity, Children, Youth, Teens, ADHD, Families

Stephen McKeon, Department of Finance

Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Corporate Finance, Security Issuance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Private Equity, CEO Risk-Taking

Benedict McWhirter, College of Education

Adolescent Risky Behavior, Prevention, Intervention, First-Generation College Students

James Meacham, Department of Geography

Map Design, Atlases, Cartography, Data Visualization, GIS, Yellowstone, Mountains

Jeffrey Measelle, Department of Psychology

Developmental Stress Biology, Caregiving Support for Early Brain Development, Pediatric Global Health

Diego Melgar, Department of Earth Sciences

Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Seismology, Early Warning Systems

Leah Middlebrook, Department of Comparative Literature

Early Modern Literature of Spain, France and England

Chris Minson, Department of Human Physiology

Exercise Physiology, Women’s Health, Heart Health and Thermoregulation

Ronald Mitchell, Department of Political Science

Environmental Politics, International Relations

Juan-Carlos Molleda, School of Journalism and Communication

Public Relations, International Business, Global Corporate Public Relations Management

Kate Mondloch, Department of the History of Art and Architecture

Media Art and Theory, Installation Art, Feminism, New Media, Science and Technology Studies, Digital Humanities

Erin Moore, School of Architecture & Environment

Architecture, Sustainability in Architecture

Nicolae Morar, Department of Philosophy

Bioethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Biology, Clinical Ethics

Cassandra Moseley, Institute for a Sustainable Environment

Environment, Forest, Planning, Policy, Natural Resources

Alex Murray, Lundquist College of Business

Entrepreneurship, Venture Finance, Crowdfunding, Distributed Ledger Technology, Blockchain, Decentralization, Governance, Organizational Design

Chris Murray, College of Education

Special Education, Diversity and Special Education, At-Risk Youth, Transition Issues, Teacher-Student Relationships

Andrew Nelson, Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship

Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, Management, Technology, Information Technology, Green Chemistry, Biotechnology

Rhonda Nese, College of Education

School Discipline, Bullying and Harassment Prevention, Alternatives to Exclusionary Discipline, Impact of Implicit Biases on Racial Disproportionality in School Discipline

Cris Niell, Department of Biology

Neuroscience, Childhood Development, Autism, Schizophrenia

Drew Nobile, School of Music and Dance

Rock Music, Pop Music, Music Theory, Beethoven

Sarah E. Nutter, Lundquist College of Business

Accounting and Taxation, Impact of Taxes and Tax Structures on Individuals and Businesses, Executive Education, Strategic Leadership, Business School Accreditation

Craig Parsons, Department of Political Science

European Union, French and British Politics, Brexit, European Refugee Crisis, Debt Crisis

C.J. Pascoe

C.J. Pascoe, Department of Sociology

Gender, Masculinity, Bullying, LGBT

Sharon J. Paul, School of Music and Dance

Choral Conducting, Choral Music History, Choirs, Choral Singing, Score Study

Priscilla Peña Ovalle, Department of Cinema Studies

Cinema Studies, Pop Culture, Race and Gender in Film

Gabriela Pérez Báez, Department of Linguistics

Indigenous Languages, Language Revitalization

Ellen Peters, School of Journalism and Communication

Science Communication, Judgment and Decision-Making, Numeracy, Affect and Emotion, Adult Aging

Lisa Peyton, School of Journalism and Communication

Immersive Media and Communications, Social Media Strategy, Strategic Communications and Digital PR

Patrick Phillips

Patrick Phillips, Provost, Department of Biology

Evolutionary Genetics, Biology of Aging, Molecular Biology, Genetics

Ken Prehoda, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Molecular Biology, Molecular Evolution

Ofer Raban, School of Law

Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Judicial Philosophy

Damian Radcliffe, School of Journalism and Communication

Social Media, News Media Trends, Community Journalism, Media Policy, Hyperlocal

Judith Raiskin, Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

LGBTQ Studies, Disability Studies, Postcolonial Literature

Michael Raymer, Department of Physics

Quantum Information, Quantum Optics, Optical Physics, Nonlinear Optics

Eleonora Redaelli, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Cultural Policy, American Cities, Arts Management, Creative Placemaking, Theories of Place, Participation

Greg Retallack, Department of Earth Sciences

Global Climate Change, Mass Extinctions, Major Evolutionary Transitions, Ancient Mars Environments, the Origin of Life

Jennifer Reynolds, School of Law

Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws, Negotiation, Mediation

Geri Richmond, U.S. Science Envoy to Southeast Asia and expert in STEM career paths for women

Geri Richmond, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Water and Water Resources, Environmental Sustainability, Global Science Engagement with the Developing World, STEM Education and Policy, Women in STEM

Josh Roering, Department of Earth Sciences

Landslides, Geomorphology, Erosion

Jerry Rosiek, College of Education

Impact of COVID on Public Education and Teaching, Education, School Segregation, Institutional Racism in Schools, Teacher Education, Limitations of Testing and Big Data Approaches to School Reform, Qualitative Research Methodology

Jennifer Ruef, College of Education

Learning and Teaching Mathematics

Valerie Sahakian, Department of Earth Sciences

Seismic Hazard Assessment, Ground Motion Seismology , Active Tectonics, Marine Geophysics

Gerardo Sandoval, expert in the roles of immigrants in community regeneration

Gerardo Sandoval, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Immigration, Urban Planning, Undocumented Workers, Immigrant Neighborhoods, Transportation Planning

Ben Saunders, Department of English; Comic and Cartoon Studies

Comic Studies, Pop Culture, English Literature

Kathleen Scalise, College of Education

Assessments in Science and Mathematics Education

Philip Scher, Department of Anthropology

Folklore, Pop Culture, World Heritage and Heritage Sites, Popular Music, Cultural Identity, Ethnicity

Marc Schlossberg, School of Planning, Public Policy and Management

Biking, Transportation, City Planning, Community Development, Environment

Ellen Schmidt-Devlin, Sports Product Management Program

Sports Product Industry, Product Marketing, Product Development, Manufacturing, Women in Sports

Ellen Scott, Department of Sociology

Minimum Wage, Economy, Unemployment, Debt, Labor, Taxes

Elizabeth Skowron, Department of Psychology

Early Childhood Adversity, Parenting, Child and Family Interventions, Child Abuse Prevention

Paul Slovic, Department of Psychology

Human Judgment, Decision Making, Risk Perception

Hollie Smith, School of Journalism and Communication

Natural Hazards Communication, Environmental Communication, Science Communication and Media

Marian Smith, School of Music and Dance

Music and Dance History, Ballet

Josh Snodgrass, Department of Anthropology

Epidemiology, Infectious Disease Ecology, Immunology, Disease Diagnostics, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Evolution, Human Biology, Global Health, Environmental Stress, Minimally Invasive Diagnostics, Aging

McKay Sohlberg, College of Education

Concussions, Brain Injury, Communication Disorders, Early Intervention

Susan Sokolowski, Department of Product Design

Sports Product Design Innovation, Footwear, Apparel, Equipment

Priscilla Southwell, Department of Political Science

US Politics, Elections, Vote By Mail, European Politics, Oregon Politics, Political Behavior

Jeffrey Sprague, College of Education

School Violence, School Safety, Crime Prevention, Juvenile Delinquency, Behavior Disorders

Lynn Stephen, Department of Anthropology

Immigration, Asylum, Gendered Violence, DACA, Dreamers

Dave Sutherland, Department of Earth Sciences

Climate Change, Glaciers, Ocean, Global Warming, Environment, Polar Ice Cap, Melting

Kelly Sutherland, Department of Biology

Marine Biology, Biological Oceanography, Plankton, Jellyfish, Biomechanics, Interactions of Marine Organisms with the Fluid Environment, Underwater Propulsion

Nicole Swann, Department of Human Physiology

Neuroscience, Movement Disorders, Parkinson’s Disease, Women in Science

Emily Tanner-Smith, College of Education

Substance Use and Addiction, Interventions, Statistics, Youth Mental Health, Youth Behavioral Health

Richard Taylor, Department of Physics

Chaos Theory, Fractals, Art and Science, Authenticating Art, Jackson Pollock

Mark Thoma, Professor of Economics

Mark Thoma, Department of Economics

Debt, Unemployment, Interest Rates, Economic Policy

Roger Thompson, Student Services and Enrollment Management

Student Enrollment Management in Higher Education, College Choice, Student Persistence and Success, Affordability Issues in Higher Education

Sylvia Thompson, College of Education

Special Education, English Language Learners, Learning Disabilities

Daniel Tichenor, Department of Political Science

Immigration, Elections, Politics

Elizabeth Tippett, School of Law

Employment Law, Behavioral Ethics, Decision Making

Jeffrey Todahl, College of Education

Child Abuse, Neglect, Abuse Prevention, Couples and Family Therapy

Doug Toomey, Department of Earth Sciences

Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Environment, Climate Change

David Tyler, expert in the life cycles of everyday items and Charles J. and M. Monteith Jacobs Professor of Inorganic, Organometallic & Polymer Chemistry

David Tyler, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Innovation, Environment, Energy, Plastic, Water, Natural Gas

Ilana Umansky, College of Education

Education Policy, Bilingual Education, Bilingual Students, Immigrant Students

Laura Vandenburgh, College of Design

Art, Drawing, Art Education

Frank Vignola, Department of Physics

Physics, Eclipse, Solar Radiation, Solar Cells

Whitney Wagoner, Warsaw Sports Marketing Center

Sports Marketing, Fan Engagement, Fan Experience, Corporate Sponsorships, Athlete Endorsements, Collegiate Sports and Sustainability in Sports

Ashley Walker, Department of Human Physiology

Aging, Artery Health, Alzheimer’s Disease, Healthy Aging, Cardiovascular Health

Zachary Wallmark, School of Music and Dance

Music Perception and Cognition, Popular Music, Music and the Brain, Psychoacoustics, Timbre

Dean Walton, UO Libraries

Biology, Geology, Environmental Studies, Natural History, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Crisis Informatics, STEM

Jo Weaver, Department of Global Studies

Medical Anthropology, Global Health, Mental Health, Race, Chronic Diseases, Food Insecurity, Health Disparities, India, Brazil

Janis Weeks, Department of Biology

Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, Neuroplasticity

Merle Weiner, School of Law

Domestic Abuse Law, Family Law, International and Comparative Family Law, Family Law Policy, the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

Julie Weise, Department of History

Race, Immigration, Latino Immigration, Migration, Identity, Immigration Policy

Anita M. Weiss, Department of Global Studies

Pakistan, Afghanistan, Muslim World, Political Islam, Muslim Women’s Rights, International Development

Ray Weldon, Professor of Geological Science, expert in earthquakes, volcanoes and tsunami and predicting each

Ray Weldon, Department of Earth Sciences

Earthquakes, Fault Lines, Environment, Tsunami, Tectonic Plate

Tim Williams, Department of History

U.S. History, American South, Slavery, History of Education

Daniel Wojcik, Department of English

Apocalyptic and Millennial Beliefs, Folklore, New Religious Movements, Outsider Art, Subcultures, Runners’ Traditions (Pre’s Rock, etc.)

Juan Eduardo Wolf, School of Music and Dance

Latin American Music and Dance, Ethnomusicology, Indigenous Music, Folklore, Immigration, Identity, Race

Woan Foong Wong, Department of Economics

International Trade, Trade Costs, Trade and Transport

Mary Wood, School of Law Environmental & Natural Resources Program

Environment, Climate Change, Youth Climate Change Lawsuit, Native Lands, Atmospheric Trust Litigation

Yuan Xu, Department of Mathematics

Mathematics, Analysis, Algorithms in Scientific Computing, Applied Mathematics

Priscilla Yamin, expert in marriage, women, gender roles and assistant professor

Priscilla Yamin, Department of Political Science

Marriage, Gender, Women, Politics, Women in Politics, LGBT, Race, Religion, Civil Rights

Kristin Yarris, Department of Global Studies

Global Health, Global Mental Health, Transnational Migration, Latin America, Transnational Families

Peter Younkin, Lundquist College of Business

Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Cultural Industries

Tien-Tien Yu, Department of Physics

Dark Matter, Cosmology