Marshall's expertise lies in cell biology, genetics, and pedagogy. Her lab studies how cell respond to the environment focusing on the organellar and expression responses.
Matustik's research and teaching specialties range from critical theory, Continental philosophy, phenomenology and existentialism to post-Holocaust and reparative ethics and East-Central European thought.
McGregor teaches courses in British medieval literature and gender studies. Her current scholarship explores intersections between medieval equine medicine and 15th-century vernacular texts.
Mean's research focuses on the intersection of identities, sport, gender and sexuality, ideology and culture, discourses, language and representational practices across multiple sites and levels of enactment.
Meders (Mechoopda/Maidu) established WarBird Press, a fine art printmaking studio that he operates as the master printmaker in Phoenix, AZ.
Mendoza is professor of Latina/o literary and cultural studies. His scholarship focuses on Latina/o cultural history, immigration and social justice.
Mickelson received her PhD from Carnegie Mellon and did postdoctoral work at University of Michigan and Harvard. Her research focuses on social relationships and health; she is also director of the MS Psychology program.
Miller has conducted research on the socialization of empathy and coping in children and the relation of empathy to moral reasoning in children. He joined the ASU faculty in 1988.
Moon combines various forms of art and technology to create works that encourage meaningful interactions between humans and devices. This includes music compositions/performances, interactive installations and digital art.
Ferry's research focuses on the evolution of jaws and their function in the aquatic realm, as well as performance of biomaterials.
Festa has been teaching at the college level for about 20 years.
French is on the faculty of ASU and Phoenix College, as well as the founder of the Mill Ave Chamber Players, a professional chamber music ensemble based in Arizona.
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.
Funk's research focuses on gender representation, local governance, decentralization, international public management and government performance.
Gaffney teaches communication courses, both skill-based and grounded in theory, including Nonverbal Communication, Storytelling and Visual Communication. She serves as co-faculty advisor to Honors Society Lambda Pi Eta.
Gilkeson has taught American cultural and intellectual history at ASU since 1991.