Hall is a social psychologist who investigates social and group identities. She is also faculty director of the ASU Statistics and Methods (SAM) Lab.
Hanlon researches and teaches courses in 19th century transatlantic and U.S. literature.
Hattenhauer has published dozens of articles and reviews, plus "Shirley Jackson's American Gothic" (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2003.
Zachary Horne investigates the biases that prevent people from changing their beliefs.
Huntington specializes in continental philosophy, avidly engages in comparative (East-West) philosophy with an emphasis on Buddhism, and aims to globalize philosophy through intercultural methodologies.
Johnson's areas of expertise include philosophy of science, animal behavior, conservation ecology, sexual cannibalism and conflict in arthropods, black widow spiders.
Jurutka is an endocrinologist applying molecular medicine approaches to elucidate fundamental questions in human health/disease including work on: nutraceuticals, cancer, IBS, drug discovery and neurobiology of vitamin D.
Dr Kanthaswamy’s research focuses on population and evolutionary genetics and forensic DNA analysis.
Kassing's is professor of communication studies. His research interests include organizational dissent, coach-athlete communication, fan/athlete use of social media, sport and identity, sports media and soccer.
Cisler joined the ASU faculty in 2000 and teaches Rhetoric, American West Literature & Film, Novel and Short Story Studies, Early & Modern American Literatures, Gender, Autobiographical and Multicultural Literatures.
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.
Clayden - ASU class of '83 - is a consulting engineer in private practice.
Clemons possesses a doctorate in counseling psychology and two master's degrees - counseling psychology and counseling - from Columbia University. Her research addresses counselor training and health psychology.
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.
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.