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Professor, Department of History, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 475 7240
Expertise: American Cultural and Intellectual History; American Jewish History and Culture; History of the Holocaust and Jewish Studies; History of Psychology; History of American Religion; History of Photography; Antebellum America; Psychology, Religion, Photography, American History
Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
Expertise: Immigration and early childhood education; Agency and young children; Global, comparative early childhood; Early childhood teacher education; Racial identities and young children; Impact of educational ethnography on teacher education and educational policy
Professor, Department of Geography and the Environment, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 232 1599, +1 512 471 5116
Expertise: geography of media and communication; technological change; representations of places, landscapes and environments; critical geopolitics; Europe; North America; Technology
Professor and Harry Reasoner Regents Chair in Law, School of Law
+1 512 232 0877
Expertise: David E. Adelman teaches and writes in the areas of environmental law, intellectual property law, and climate change policy. Professor Adelman's research focuses on the many interfaces between law and science. His articles have addressed such topics as the implications of emerging genomic technologies for toxics regulation, the tensions between legal and scientific evidentiary standards in regulatory decision making, and development of effective policies for promoting innovation relevant to addressing climate change.
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 232 4284
Expertise: Comparative and Historical Sociology; Social Theory; Political Sociology; Media and the Public Sphere Sociology of Culture; Sociology of Law; Sociology of Emotions; Western Europe; Middle East; Qualitative and Historical Methods; Sociology.
Associate Professor, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 475 6400
Expertise: Islamic studies; Shi''''ism; modern Iranian history and modern Middle Eastern history; world history; historiography; religious studies; nationalism; gender studies and economic history
M. K. Hage Centennial Professor in Education, Counseling Psychology, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education
+1 512 471 0364, +1 512 471 4407
Expertise: Explores the intersection of psychology and culture through such topics as the psychological experience of immigration, ethnic conflicts and the impact of violence within communities, and the relationship between individual and collective identity.
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 4345
Expertise: Nanoscale devices, carbon nanotubes and graphene; Plastic nanoelectronics and nanotechnology; High-frequency analog circuit design; Biosensors
Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts
+1 512 471 3550, +1 512 471 7531
Expertise: Gender; health; development; labor history; political movements (including Islamic groups); Political Economy; post-colonialism; urban social histories, popular culture; historiography; memory; liberalism; Middle East; South Asia
Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 4417
Expertise: Our group focuses on engineering biology to produce organic molecules of interest such as biofuels, commodity and specialty chemicals and protein pharmaceuticals. Specifically, our lab alters cells and "hijacks" the basic metabolism to convert cellular systems into industrially-relevant biochemical factories. We utilize a variety of host systems including microbial (eg. Eschericia coli), fungal (eg. the yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Yarrowia lipolytica), and mammalian cells (eg. Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells and human HEK293). To accomplish these tasks, traditional pathway engineering approaches are merged with novel synthetic biology tools, protein engineering strategies, systems biology paradigms and applied genetic engineering capabilities. Our research group focuses on the integration and implementation of these tools and knowledge for the design, production, and elicitation of phenotypes relevant to biotechnological processes and medical interest. In addition, we are heavily invested in developing novel synthetic biology approaches aimed at increasing our capacity to engineer cells.
Associate Professor, Department of Theatre and Dance, College of Fine Arts
+1 215 983 6383
Expertise: African Diaspora and African American (Black) vernacular and concert dance history, Black dance aesthetics, Afrocentric dance pedagogy, choreography and dance composition, contemporary dance, Afrofuturism, critical race theory in dance, dance, history, ethnic studies.
Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering
+1 512 471 0536
Expertise: Multiuser wireless networking; Wireless ad hoc networks; Multiuser techniques for code division multiple access, multiple-input multiple-output, and orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing; WiMAX
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
Expertise: Robin Atwood has spent more than 15 years working on applied research projects focused on physical activity, obesity, worksite wellness, nutrition education evaluation, diabetes, and HIV prevention and care. She is currently working on issues surrounding changes in health care delivery systems impacted by health care reform and capacity building utilizing complexity science, generative leadership and an appreciative approach.
Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education
+1 512 471 0526
Expertise: Studies the effects that acculturation and identity have on discrimination, specifically in populations of Arab/Middle Eastern and African American women.
Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
Expertise: My research focuses primarily on theorizing the nature of short- and long-term interests in STEM disciplines, and designing learning environments that are truly engaging to students. This has led me to investigate learning and interest-based participation in settings as diverse as classrooms, after-school programs, and hobby practices (model rocketry and amateurs astronomy). Intersecting with this central research focus, my other research interests include the use and creation of technical representations and the way these mediate knowing and learning; the discourse and practices of engaged participation in STEM classrooms; and social justice issues in STEM education. This work has appeared in publications such as the Journal of the Learning Sciences, Cognition and Instruction, and the Journal of Mathematical Behavior.