Kandi Hollenbach studies gender and identity among hunting-gathering peoples and the shift from foraging to food production.
Sharon Jean-Philippe promotes responsible urban forestry and the benefits of green infrastructure, environmental quality, and greener cities.
Lisa King researches cultural rhetorics with an emphasis in contemporary Native American and indigenous rhetorics.
Stephanie Kivlin studies ecosystem ecology, microbial ecology, and global change.
Andrew Kramer is a paleoanthropologist and an expert in human evolution and the creationism debate.
Keerthi Krishnan studies molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying brain plasticity in development and adulthood in health and disease.
Charles Kwit focuses on conservation and wildlife-plant interactions.
Sarah Lebeis specializes in microbiology, immunology, and metagenomics.
Xueping Li’s research involves integrating engineering and modeling into fields such as health care and supply chain management.
The director of a planetarium before turning to academia, Mark Littmann has expertise in science writing and astronomy.