Nicholas Nagle’s research centers on the design and analysis of population surveys.
Tore Olsson studies the 20th century US in an international context. His research often explores the global dimensions of rural life in US South and Latin America.
Mustafa Oz has expertise in social media, political communication, online incivility, and online activism and social movements.
Michael Palenchar researches risk and crisis communication management.
Eleni Palis is an expert in cinema and film history.
Anthony Pellegrino studies social studies education, innovative learning strategies, and student engagement and performance.
Larry Perry focuses on the history of the American religious left and its intersection with racial justice.
Denise Phillips is a historian of science who has a broad interest in 18th and 19th century Europe.
Matthew Pittman studies green advertising and sustainability campaigns, primarily on digital and social media.
Amy Rauer studies how romantic relationships develop as the individuals within them grow and change over the lifespan.