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Breanne Fahs
Professor

Fahs studies women's sexuality, critical embodiment, radical feminism and activism, has authored: "Performing Sex, The Moral Panics of Sexuality," "Valerie Solanas" and "Out for Blood," and practices clinical psychology.

602-543-3313
  
Lara Ferry
Interim Director, President’s Professor

Ferry's research focuses on the evolution of jaws and their function in the aquatic realm, as well as performance of biomaterials.

602-543-2817
  
Patricia Friedrich
Associate Dean of Academic Programs and Faculty Affairs, Professor

Friedrich's research areas include world Englishes, sociolinguistics, disability studies, peace and diplomacy. Her teaching includes the courses History of English, Sociolinguistics and Forensic Linguistics.

602-543-6046
  
Kendall Funk
Assistant Professor

Funk's research focuses on gender representation, local governance, decentralization, international public management and government performance.

602-543-6010
John Gilkeson Jr
Professor

Gilkeson has taught American cultural and intellectual history at ASU since 1991.

602-543-6069
  
Assistant Professor

Göksel's work focuses on the transnational political mobilization of Kurdish women around peace, democracy and human rights.

Juliet Greenwood
Associate Professor

Greenwood leads efforts to assure academic quality in online programming through the accuracy of program alignment and facilitates continuous quality improvement.

480-884-0150
  
Professor

Guzzetti's teaching and research interests focus on new media, gender and STEM.

480-965-1890
  
Jennifer Hackney Price
Assistant Professor

Hackney received her PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2008.

602-543-5685
  
Alexander Halavais
Associate Professor

Halavais helps people to discover ways in which social media change the nature of scholarship and learning, and allow for new forms of collaboration and self-government. He directs the master's program in social technologies.

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Jennifer Broatch
Assistant Professor

Broatch is a statistician who specializes in mixed models and the application of those models to educational data, the development of statistics education, and plays a key role in a number of interdisciplinary projects.

602-543-5684
 
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Darra Browning
Instructor

Browning is an environmental science instructor with a doctorate in veterinary medicine and a background in ecology, evolutionary biology and the veterinary sciences.

602-787-6716
  
Audra Buras
Faculty Associate
Mary Burleson
Associate Professor

Burleson earned her doctorate in psychology (behavioral neuroscience program) from ASU in 1994. Her postdoctoral training was at Ohio State University. She joined the ASU faculty in 1997.

602-543-6804
  
Kimberly Bussey
Instructor

Dr. Bussey is a cancer cytogeneticist and applied bioinformatician developing tools to help oncologists fully integrate genomics into their current medical data streams to realize the promise of precision medicine.

602-543-2839
  
Thomas Cahill
Associate Professor

Cahill’s research focuses on environmental and analytical chemistry. Most of the research involves determining organic pollutants in the atmosphere and relating these chemicals back to their sources.

602-543-6021
  
Erika Camacho
Associate Professor

Camacho co-directed summer undergraduate research programs; research in mathematics applied to biology and sociology. She's received mentoring, research, and service awards from AAAS, PAESMEM, SACNAS, HENAAC, and ASU

602-543-8156
  
Catalina Cayetano
Instructor

Cayetano most recent work focuses on the interdependency of the immigrant parent/child relationship and its relational impact during moments of intermediation.

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