Beth Avery Foster’s research centers around public health crisis communication, especially in health campaigns.
Ernie Freeberg is an expert in cultural and intellectual US history of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Nick Geidner’s research examines how technological changes in media affect the ways in which individuals select, use, and make sense of journalism.
Guy Harrison’s an expert in gender and race in sports and news media.
Megan Haselschwerdt’s research focuses on family violence from the perspective of youth in the home, adult victims/survivors, and social service providers who work with those affected by family violence.
Mary Lehman Held’s research is centered on the mental health and well-being of vulnerable populations, including Latino immigrants.
Kandi Hollenbach studies gender and identity among hunting-gathering peoples and the shift from foraging to food production.
Ben Horne is an expert in online disinformation and misinformation, content moderation and alt-tech social media platforms.
Lucy Jewel frequently presents on legal writing, legal education, and professionalism topics at national and international academic conferences.
Andrea Joseph’s research uses Critical Race Theory to address racial inequities in education, notably racially disproportional school suspensions.