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.
Lisa Reyes Mason has expertise in social vulnerability to environmental change, adaptation to climate change, water security, and urban sustainability.
Nicholas Nagle’s research centers on the design and analysis of population surveys.
David Patterson has developed curriculum related to evidence-based substance abuse treatment and is the principal investigator for HUD’s Knox Region’s Homeless Management Information System.
Anthony Pellegrino studies social studies education, innovative learning strategies, and student engagement and performance.
Patricia Roberson studies marriage and family relationships and how they are linked to health outcomes.
A former sportswriter and magazine editor, Amber Roessner is an expert in the history of mass communication, sports writing, and political reporting.
Laura Wheat has expertise in grief and grief counseling.
Brandon Winford is a historian of late nineteenth and twentieth century United States and the African American experience.