Derek Alderman is an expert in cultural and historical geography, specifically related to public memory, heritage tourism, the civil rights movement, and African-American history.
Ashley Blamey, UT’s Title IX coordinator, has expertise include distressed students, crisis management, bystander intervention, and sexual assault.
Amy Broemmel teaches literacy and general elementary education courses, and her research work examines teacher education.
Erin Darby’s work is focused on Early Judaism and the Hebrew Bible.
Dan Feller’s interests encompass mid-nineteenth-century America as a whole, with special attention to Jacksonian politics and the coming of the Civil War.
Shandra Forrest-Bank has expertise in the transition to adulthood, risk and resilience, positive youth development, racial microaggression, and how poverty and racism impact young adult trajectories.
Hillary Fouts focuses on parenting practices and social-emotional development, with an emphasis on understanding the factors that influence children’s experiences with caregivers and partners.
Rosalind Hackett studies the religions of Africa, especially Pentecostalism, and has expertise in Muslim-Christian conflict.
Mary Lehman Held’s research is centered on the mental health and well-being of vulnerable populations, including Latino immigrants.
Robert Kronick is best known for bringing health, community, and social services to children within their elementary schools through the University Assisted Community Schools program.