Paul Armsworth’s research aims to inform biodiversity conservation strategies and management of ecosystem services.
Benjamin Auerbach studies population history, the evolution of human stature and body mass, and the ways climate, subsistence, and disease have impacted human evolution.
David Bassett studies the measurement of physical activity and energy expenditure in humans.
Jedediah Blanton studies the psychosocial aspects of sport in the development of leadership and life skills in youth athletes.
Michael Blum focuses on disasters and infectious disease; coastal protection and restoration; and conservation of freshwater resources.
Gordon Burghardt studies animal play behavior, ethical treatment of animals, and zoo animal welfare.
Terrica Durbin’s research focuses on race and racism in nursing and health policy, cultural competence, and nursing education.
Orou Gaoue studies conservation biology, demography, and plant-human interactions.
A pediatric nursing expert, Nan Gaylord’s research and work focus on access to health care for children.
Xingli Giam specializes in conservation ecology and global environmental change.