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Dr. Josep De Alcaraz-Fossoul is a forensic scientist, lecturer and researcher who earned a PhD in Molecular Biology and a MSc in Criminalistics.
Charles Deutch's research focuses on the physiological and biochemical mechanisms by which bacteria adapt to high-salt environments and the potential implications for medicine and environmental biology. He teaches part time.
Theresa Devine, MFA is an artist and a scholar whose interdisciplinary research draws on the subjects of games, play, psychology, aesthetics, ethics and social transformation.
Dr. Dietrich is the Program Lead for the Applied Computing program at ASU’s West campus. Dr. Dietrich's current research focuses on computer science education, especially databases, and interdisciplinary collaborations.
Professor/Dr. Donovan has taught various chemistry and biology courses for Arizona State University for the past 11 years and is actively involved in research and curriculum development for online courses in particular.
Dr. Mary Anne Duggan holds a PhD in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Learning. Her research centers on the motivation of teachers to learn the teaching craft as well as the social ecology of the classroom.
Dr. Duran is interested in how complex cognitive processes are revealed in the dynamical processes of movement and language, both within individuals and across people in basic and applied domains.
C. Alejandra Elenes book Transforming Borders examines the relationship between Chicana cultural productions, pedagogy, and epistemology.
Dr. Rose French is on the faculty of Arizona State University and Phoenix College, as well as the founder of the Mill Ave Chamber Players, a professional chamber music ensemble based in Arizona. www.millavechamberplayers.com
Patricia Friedrich is a Professor whose research areas include World Englishes, Sociolinguistics, Disability Studies, and Peace/Diplomacy. She courses include History of English, Sociolinguistics, and Forensic Linguistics.
Ms. Gaffney teaches communication courses, both skill-based and grounded in theory, including Nonverbal Communication, Storytelling, and Visual Communication. She serves as Co-Faculty Advisor, Honors Society, Lambda Pi Eta.
John S. Gilkeson has taught American cultural and intellectual history at ASU since 1991.
Kishonna Gray's work broadly intersects identity and new media, though she has a particular focus on gaming. She’s also a featured blogger and podcaster with “Not Your Mama’s Gamer.” Follow her:Twitter @KishonnaGray.
Desiree Prieto Groft teaches Writing and Literature. She holds an M.A. in English Literature from Texas A&M University-S.A. and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing-Nonfiction from The New School.