Clark Is an interdisciplinary artist and educator working in video art, visual effects, animation, installation, digital prints and photography, experimental documentary, and interactive media installations.
Colbern's areas of expertise include American political development and the intersection between immigration policy and civil rights, social movements, federalism and citizenship.
Collins specializes in applied ethics, especially business and environmental. Her courses include applied ethics, business ethics, environmental ethics, and philosophy of sex and love.
Audrey Comstock (PhD Cornell University 2017) researches international law, human rights, the United Nations, domestic institutions as they effect international affairs, and human rights during peacekeeping operations.
Cuádraz publishes in the areas of Chicana/os and higher education, oral history, feminist methods, testimonio and Chicana/o labor history in Arizona.
Devine is an artist and a scholar whose interdisciplinary research draws on the subjects of games, play, psychology, aesthetics, ethics and social transformation.
Dietrich is the program lead for the applied computing program at ASU’s West campus. Dietrich's current research focuses on computer science education, especially databases, and interdisciplinary collaborations.
Duran studies information processing as revealed in the dynamics of movement and language across individuals and groups. His research areas include social perspective-taking, interpersonal processes and deception.
Elenes' book "Transforming Borders" examines the relationship between Chicana cultural productions, pedagogy and epistemology.
Beattey is an attorney and clinical forensic psychologist. He is a faculty associate in forensic and legal psychology in the ASU program on law and behavioral science.
Behl completed her doctorate at University of California, Los Angeles. Her areas of expertise are gender and politics; race, ethnicity and politics; democracy and citizenship; social Justice and human rights; and India.
Berger's areas of expertise include hypothesis testing, (bio)equivalence, generalized linear models, biostatistics and statistics education. He is an ASA Fellow and IMS Fellow.
Bixby's research falls primarily under the heading of Irish studies, but also addresses British modernism, postcolonial theory and criticism, Continental philosophy, and issues of travel, mobility, and the body.
Dr. Black aims to conduct translational research to inform our understanding of the biological and social developmental pathways contributing to physical, sexual and mental health.
Boswell has her MFA and her MLSt from two renowned universities -- one being ASU. She is a published poet and textbook reviewer.