Experts

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  1. Maurizio Albahari

    Associate Professor of Anthropology

    Anthropology

    • Migration and refugee mobility in the euro-mediterranean region, the mediterranean sea and italy
    • Sovereignty, democracy and human rights
    • Citizenship, cities and aesthetics
    • Pluralism and religion in public life
  2. Selena Anders

    Assistant Professor

    Architecture

    • Digital documentation of World Heritage sites
    • Traditional architecture and urbanism
    • Social and environmental urban design  
    • Historic urban environments
    • Giuseppe Valadier and the Napoleonic occupation of Rome
  3. Corey Angst

    Professor

    IT, Analytics, and Operations Department

    • Health IT
    • Electronic health records
  4. R. Scott Appleby

    Marilyn Keough Dean of Notre Dame's Keough School of Global Affairs

    Department of History

    • Peace studies
    • American religious history
    • Religious violence
  5. Ruediger Bachmann

    Stepan Family Associate Professor

    Economics

    • Macroeconomics
    • Monetary and fiscal policy 
    • Labor markets 
    • Economics and international relationships (Europe, with particular focus on Germany) 
  6. Brad Badertscher

    Deloitte and Touche Professor of Accountancy

    Mendoza

    • Financial accounting
  7. Brian Baker

    Rev. John A. Zahm Professor; Department Chair

    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Immunology
    • Virology 
    • Vaccines
    • Biochemistry
  8. Stephanie Barclay

    Associate Professor

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Law and Religion
    • Freedom of Speech
    • Constitutional Law
  9. Christiane Baumeister

    Robert and Irene Bozzone Associate Professor

    Department of Economics

    • Macroeconomics
    • Oil industry
    • Fracking
  10. Timothy Beers

    Professor, Notre Dame Chair in Astrophysics

    Department of Physics

    • Astronomy
    • Milky way origin
    • Astrochemistry
  11. Patricia Bellia

    William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Constitutional law
    • Administrative law
    • Cyberlaw
    • Electronic surveillance law
    • Copyright law
  12. Mark Berends

    Professor of Sociology; Director, Center for Research on Educational Opportunity

    Sociology

    • Sociology of education
    • School choice
    • Research methods
    • School effects on student achievement
    • Educational equity
  13. Jeffrey Bergstrand

    Professor of Finance

    Finance

    • International trade and regional economic integration
    • Foreign direct investment and multinational enterprises
    • Macroeconomics
    • U.s. economy
  14. Gianna Bern

    Associate Teaching Professor of Finance; Academic Director, Master of Science in Finance

    Mendoza College of Business

    • International finance
    • Energy project finance
    • Risk management
    • Global energy markets
  15. Sara Bernstein

    Thomas J. and Robert T. Rolfs Associate Professor of Philosophy

    Department of Philosophy

    • Time travel
    • Omissions
    • Causation
    • Philosophy of law
    • Metaphysics of time
  16. Nora Besansky

    Gillen Professor of Biological Sciences

    Department of Biological Sciences

    • Anopheles mosquitoes
    • Mosquito genome
    • Malaria vectors
    • Epidemiology and population biology
    • Genetics and genomics
    • Entomology and vector-borne diseases
  17. Philip Bess

    Professor of Architecture

    School of Architecture

    • Urban design, history and theory
    • Cities and human flourishing
    • Sacramental urbanism
    • Metropolitan Chicago
    • Urban baseball parks
    • Form-based codes and incremental development
  18. Kraig Beyerlein

    Associate Professor; Director, Center for the Study of Religion and Society; faculty affiliate in the Center for the Study of Social Movements; faculty fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    Department of Sociology

    • U.S./Mexico border issues
    • Collective action
    • Civic engagement
    • Social movements
    • Religion
  19. Basar Bilgicer

    Associate Professor

    Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

    • Biochemistry
    • Multivalent biomolecular interactions
    • Design of multivalent therapeutic and diagnostic molecules
  20. Susan Blum

    Professor of Anthropology

    Anthropology

    • Cultural, linguistic, and psychological anthropology
    • Deception and truth
    • Multilingualism
    • Person and self
    • Ethnicity, nationalism and identity
    • Childhood and higher education
    • Morality
    • Well-being
    • Justice
    • Sustainability and food
    • Anthropological theory
    • China and Asia, the U.S.
    • Cross-cultural comparison
  21. Paul Bohn

    Arthur J. Schmitt Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

    Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

    • Molecular technology
    • Chemical sensors
    • Optoelectronic materials and devices
    • Water purification
  22. Catherine Bolten

    Associate Professor of Anthropology and Peace Studies

    College of Arts and Letters

    • Development anthropology
    • youth
    • structural violence
    • poverty
    • education
    • food security
    • Ebola
    • ethnoprimatology (human and non-human primate interactions) 
  23. Neil Boothby

    Founding Director, Global Center for the Development of the Whole Child

    Notre Dame Institute for Educational Initiatives

    • Protection of children in disaster and war
    • Education in low-income countries and fragile states
    • Early childhood development 
    • Child psychology
  24. Eileen Botting

    Professor

    Political Science

    • History of Political Thought: 
      • Enlightenment
      • American
      • Feminist 
      • Liberal 
      • International Political Thought
    • Artificial Intelligence (AI) in modern political thought
    • Political Theory
    • Comparative Political Theory
  25. Kevin Bowyer

    Schubmehl-Prein Professor and Department Chair of Computer Science and Engineering

    Computer Science and Engineering

    • Biometrics
    • Data mining
    • Computer vision
    • Ethics and computing
  26. Julia Braungart-Rieker

    Mary Hesburgh Flaherty and James F. Flaherty Collegiate Chair and Professor of Psychology; Director, William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families

    Psychology

    • Social and emotional development in infancy and early childhood
  27. Kasey Buckles

    Brian and Jeannelle Brady Associate Professor

    Economics and Econometrics

    • Economics of the family
    • Economic demography
    • Health economics
    • Labor economics
  28. Katie Bugyis

    Assistant Professor

    Program of Liberal Studies; Department of Theology; Faculty Fellow of the Medieval Institute

    • Medieval Church history
    • Roles of women in the Catholic Church
    • Catholic women religious
    • Feminist theologies
    • Medieval manuscripts 
    • Christian monasticism
    • Catholic liturgy
    • History of Christian thought and practice
  29. Jeffrey Burks

    Thomas and Therese Grojean Family Associate Professor of Accountancy

    Accountancy

    • Financial accounting
  30. Thomas Burman

    Professor; Robert M. Conway Director, Medieval Institute

    Department of History

    • Christian-Muslim-Jewish Relations, 600-1700
    • Medieval Christian and Islamic History
    • Christian and Muslim Thought, 700-1500
    • Medieval Manuscripts
    • Medieval Spain
  31. Peter Burns

    Henry J. Massman Chair and Professor of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences;
    Director, Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame

    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

    • Environmental mineralogy and crystallography
    • Mineral crystal structures and crystal chemistry
    • Mineral structural energetics
    • Mineral paragenesis
    • Nuclear waste disposal
  32. David Campbell

    Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy

    Political Science

    • Religion and politics
    • Political participation
    • American politics
    • Education policy
    • Civic engagement
    • Political behavior
  33. Gilberto Cardenas

    Professor of Sociology
    Executive Director of the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture

    Sociology

    • Mexican immigration
    • Border studies
    • Latino art and culture
  34. Paolo Carozza

    Director, Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies; Director, JSD Program in International Human Rights Law; Professor of Law; Concurrent Professor of Political Science

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Human rights
    • International law
    • Comparative law
  35. Katlyn Carter

    Assistant Professor

    Department of History

    • Early American history 
    • American founders  
    • Foundations of representative democracy
    • Secrecy and transparency in democracy
    • Media and democracy
    • American Constitution
    • American political history
    • Political thought 
    • American Revolution  
  36. Douglass Cassel

    Notre Dame Presidential Fellow
    Professor of Law

    Law School

    • International human rights
    • International criminal and humanitarian law
    • Colombian peace process
  37. Francis Castellino

    Director, WM Keck Center for Transgene Research,
    Kleiderer-Pezold Professor of Biochemistry

    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Blood clots
    • Hemostasis and inflammation
  38. John Cavadini

    Professor of Theology
    McGrath-Cavadini Director of the McGrath Institute for Church Life

    Theology

    • The pope
    • The papacy
  39. Michael Chapple

    Teaching Professor, Academic Director of the Master of Science in Business Analytics

    Mendoza

    • Cybersecurity
    • Business analytics
    • Cloud computing
    • IT compliance 
  40. Nitesh Chawla

    Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
    Director, DIAL Lab
    Director, iCeNSA

    Computer Science and Engineering

    • Big data
    • Data mining
    • Machine learning
    • Network science and their applications on social networks
    • Health care informatics/analytics
    • Environmental sciences
    • National security
  41. Anne Coleman

    Associate Professor

    American Studies

    • American skiing and ski industry: history, gender, race, ethnicity, class, and consumer components
    • American outdoor recreation and leisure - history and culture history of hunting, fly fishing, dude ranches and horse packing, river running
    • Go-Pros in extreme sports
    • Ski resorts: history and local community impact
    • Professional outdoor guides (esp. hunting, fishing, river running, horsepacking, climbing)
    • National Parks
    • American West - tourism and outdoor recreation
    • History of Colorado River and Grand Canyon
  42. Frank Collins

    Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    • Malaria
    • Bioinformatics
    • Malaria transmission and control
  43. Erin Corcoran

    Executive Director, Concurrent Faculty

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs

    • U.S. immigration law and policy
    • Refugee and asylum law
    • Protection of vulnerable migrant populations
    • Human trafficking
  44. Thomas Corke

    Clark Equipment Professor of Engineering

    Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

    • Fluid mechanics
    • Aircraft design
    • Aeronautics industry
  45. Patrick Corrigan

    Associate Professor

    Notre Dame Law School

    • IPOs
    • Venture capital
    • Securities regulation
  46. David Cortez

    Assistant Professor

    Political Science

    • Racial and Ethnic (Latinx) Politics
    • Social Identity
    • (Im)migration
    • Criminal Justice
    • Street-Level Bureaucracy
  47. David Cortright

    Director of Policy Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    University

    • Nonviolent social change
    • Nuclear disarmament
    • The use of multilateral sanctions and incentives as tools of international peacemaking
    • Nonviolent social change
  48. Therese Cory

    John and Jean Oesterle Associate Professor of Thomistic Studies

    Department of Philosophy

    • Medieval philosophy
    • Thomas Aquinas
    • The influence of medieval Islamic thought on European thinkers in the Middle Ages
    • Pre-modern theories of mind and consciousness
  49. J. Michael Crant

    Mary Jo and Richard M. Kovacevich Professor of Excellence in Leadership Instruction

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Proactive personality and behavior
    • Leadership
    • Organizational politics
    • Motivation
  50. Martijn Cremers

    Dean, Professor of Finance

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Investment management
    • Social investing
    • Mutual funds
    • Pension funds
    • Corporate governance
    • Executive compensation
  51. Justin Crepp

    Freimann Assistant Professor of Physics

    Physics

    • Orbital motion
    • High-contrast imaging
    • Giant planets
    • M-dwarf stars
    • Earth-sized planets
    • Ilocater doppler spectrometer
    • Exoplanet searches
    • Kepler mission
  52. Kathleen Cummings

    Professor of American Studies
    William W. and Anna Jean Cushwa Director, Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism

    American Studies

    • History of women and American religion
    • U.S. Catholicism
  53. Edward Cummings

    William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families Professor of Psychology
    Director, Family Studies Center
    Co-Director, Center for Children and Families

    Psychology

    • Parental impact on child development
    • Psychology of children and families
  54. Lawrence Cunningham

    John A. O'Brien Professor of Theology, Emeritus

    Theology

    • Catholic church
    • The pope
    • The papacy
    • History of christianity
    • Christian spirituality
  55. Darren Davis

    Professor of Political Science
    Director for the Center for Social Research

    Political Science

    • Political psychology
    • Public opinion
    • Political behavior
    • Elections
    • Racial politics
    • Methodology
    • Media and communications
  56. Michael Desch

    Professor of Political Science,
    Director, Notre Dame International Security Center

    Political Science

    • American foreign policy
    • International relations
    • International security
  57. Darren Dochuk

    Professor of History

    College of Arts and Letters

    • Religion and politics
    • 20th-century American religious history
    • Religion and oil
    • Evangelicalism
  58. Erika Doss

    Professor of American Studies

    American Studies

    • Monuments and memorials
    • Public art
    • Memory studies
    • 20th-21st century American art and culture
    • American modernism
  59. Paul Down

    Professor Emeritus, Industrial Design

    Art, Art History and Design

    • Industrial design
    • Design for social betterment
  60. Crislyn D'Souza-Schorey

    Morris Pollard Professor of Biological Sciences
    Department Chair

    Biological Sciences

    • Cancer
    • Cancer cell invasion
    • Cell migration
    • Metastasis
    • Cancer biomarkers
  61. John Duffy

    Professor of English | O'Malley Director, University Writing Program

    English

    • Ethics
    • Rhetoric
    • Teaching writing
  62. Robert Easley

    John W. Berry Sr. Professor of Business, and Chair of the Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations Department

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Electronic auctions
    • Collaborative software
    • Ecommerce
  63. Kathleen Eberhard

    Director of Cognition, Brain and Behavior Program
    Associate Professor of Psychology

    Psychology

    • Spoken language production and comprehension
    • Smart robots
    • Psycholinguistics
  64. Ed Edmonds

    Associate Dean for Library and Information Technology
    Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Sports law
    • Antitrust and labor issues involving baseball
  65. William Evans

    Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics

    Economics

    • Poverty
    • Education
    • Refugees
    • Youth Recidivism
    • Criminal Justice
    • Evidence/Evidence-Based Policy
    • Policy
    • Evaluation
    • Impact Evaluation
    • Self-Sufficiency
  66. Michael Ferdig

    Professor of Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    • Genetics and genomics of drug resistance and virulence in the malaria parasite
  67. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto

    William P. Reynolds Professor of History

    History

    • History of ideas and imagination
    • Global environmental history
    • Empires and colonialism
    • Race and ethnicity
  68. Patrick Flynn

    Duda Family Professor of Engineering, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

    Computer Science and Engineering

    • Biometrics
    • Computer vision
    • Image processing
    • Mobile app development
  69. Judith Fox

    Clinical Professor of Law

    Law School

    • Consumer law
    • Cross-cultural counseling
    • Fair debt collection
    • Foreclosure
    • Negotiation
    • Predatory lending
  70. Luis Fraga

    Rev. Donald P. McNeill, C.S.C., Professor of Transformative Latino Leadership
    Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie Professor of Political Science
    Director, Institute for Latino Studies
    Fellow, Institute for Educational Initiatives

    Department of Political Science

    • Latino politics
    • Politics of race and ethnicity
    • Urban politics
    • Voting rights policy
    • Immigration policy
    • Educational policy
  71. Malcolm Fraser

    Rev. Julius A. Nieuwland, C.S.C., Professor of Biological Sciences

    Department of Biological Sciences

    • Molecular biology and genetics of viruses
  72. Mary Galvin

    Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Dean Emeritus

    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Inorganic chemistry
    • Organic chemistry
  73. Korey Garibaldi

    Assistant Professor of American Studies

    College of Arts and Letters

    • Twentieth-century U.S. history
    • Multiculturalism, civic behavior and democracy
    • History of integration in the U.S. and western Europe
    • History of the book and American print culture
    • Corporate publishing and media businesses 
  74. Peter Garnavich

    Professor of Physics

    Physics

    • Astrophysics
    • Supernovae
    • Gamma-ray bursts
  75. Richard Garnett

    Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor of Law
    Concurrent Professor of Political Science

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Death penalty
    • Free speech
    • School choice
    • Catholic social thought
    • Church/state relations
    • Religion in the public square
    • Free exercise of religion
    • Federalism and criminal law
    • Supreme court
    • Criminal defense
    • Religious liberty
    • Education reform
  76. Lee Gettler

    Assistant Professor of Anthropology

    Anthropology

    • Hormones
    • New parenthood
    • Parents’ physical and mental health
  77. Charles Gholz

    Associate Professor of Political Science

    Political Science

    Intersection of national security and economic policy; innovation, defense management, energy security and U.S. grand strategy.

  78. Daniel Graff

    Director, Higgins Labor Program; Faculty Joint Appointment, History

    Center for Social Concerns

    • Contemporary labor issues
    • Gender, race, and labor
    • Labor history
    • Economic history
    • History of capitalism
    • Just wage
    • Race and ethnicity
  79. Stuart Greene

    Associate Professor of English

    English

    • The intersections of race, poverty and academic achievement
    • Literacy
    • Community-based research
    • Parent involvement
  80. Thomas Gresik

    Professor of Economics and Econometrics

    Economics and Econometrics

    • International trade and finance
    • Gas prices
    • Multinational enterprises
    • Tax policies and economy
  81. Daniel Groody

    Associate Professor of Theology and Global Affairs
    Vice President and Associate Provost

    Theology; Keough School of Global Affairs

    • Mexican immigration
    • Latino studies
    • U.s.-Mexico border
    • Latino spirituality and culture
    • Catholic social teaching on migration
  82. Hong Guo

    Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations

    Business

    • Net neutrality
    • Economic analysis of it policies
    • Mining online social networks
  83. Jimmy Gurulé

    Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • International criminal law
    • Complex criminal litigation
    • Terrorism
    • Terrorist financing
    • Anti-money laundering
    • Organized crime
  84. Danice Guzman

    Research Associate

    Pulte Institute for Global Development

    • Africa and the Middle East
    • Education
    • Food & Hunger Issues
    • Gender Equality
    • Technology for Development
    • Monitoring & Evaluation
    • USAID/Development Projects
    • Water Security & Management
  85. Kasturi Haldar

    Julius Nieuwland Professor of Biological Sciences
    Parsons-Quinn Director, Center for Rare and Neglected Diseases

    Biological Sciences

    • Understanding disease pathology and developing treatments in rare and neglected diseases
  86. Jeffrey Harden

    Associate Professor

    Political Science and Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics

    • Political representation
    • Sunshine laws
    • State legislatures
  87. Thomas Hare

    Senior Technical Associate

    Pulte Institute for Global Development

    • Northern Triangle
    • Effective States & Governance
    • Gang Violence & Drugs
    • Local Capacity Building
    • Migration
    • Poverty
    • USAID / Development Projects
  88. Michael Hockx

    Director, Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies
    Professor, Chinese Literature and Culture

    East Asian Languages and Cultures

    • Censorship 
    • The Internet and Internet culture in China
    • Modern Chinese language and culture
  89. Joseph Holt

    James E. Jack Teaching Professor of Business Ethics

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Business ethics
  90. Don Howard

    Professor of Philosophy

    Philosophy

    • Ethics of emerging technologies
    • Philosophy of science
    • Artificial intelligence
    • Robots' rights
  91. Timothy Hubbard

    Assistant Professor of Management

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Behavioral Strategy
    • Chief Executive Officers and Boards of Directors
    • Corporate Governance
    • CEO Succession & Dismissal
    • Corporate Social Responsibility 
  92. Bruce Huber

    Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Energy law
    • Environmental law
    • Natural resources law
    • Political science
    • Property law
    • Public land and resource management
    • Renewable energy
  93. Caroline Hughes

    Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Chair in Peace Studies

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs

    • Political economy of aid and development in post-conflict and authoritarian contexts
    • International development organizations
    • Political and economic settlements during political crises
    • Regional expertise: Southeast Asia
  94. Victoria Hui

    Associate Professor

    Political Science

    • State formation
    • Historical international relations
    • Confucianism
    • Contentious politics
    • China
    • Hong Kong
  95. Daniel Hungerman

    Stepan Family Associate Professor of Economics

    Economics

    • Public economics
    • Religion and the determinants of philanthropic activity
  96. David Hyde

    Rev. Howard J. Kenna, C.S.C., Memorial Director of the Center for Zebrafish Research

    Biological Sciences

    • Retinal/neuronal regeneration
    • Adult/somatic stem cells
    • Regenerative biology
    • Retinal development
    • Genetic reprogramming
    • Cell signaling pathways
  97. Frank Incropera

    H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Professor Emeritus

    College of Engineering

    • Assessments of energy technology options
    • Related economic and environmental issues - including climate change - the influence of public policy and geopolitics
    • And pathways to a sustainable energy future.
  98. Boldizsar Janko

    Professor of Theoretical Physics

    Physics

    • Theoretical condensed matter physics
    • Spintronics
  99. Debra Javeline

    Associate Professor

    Political Science

    • Mass political behavior
    • Russian politics
    • Sustainability 
    • Environmental politics
    • Climate change
  100. Richard Jensen

    Gilbert Schaefer Professor of Economics

    Economics and Econometrics

    • Microeconomic theory
    • Industrial organization
    • International trade and environmental economics
  101. Lionel Jensen

    Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Concurrent Associate Professor of History

    East Asian Languages and Cultures, History

    • History of chinese religion and thought
    • Folklore
    • Early sino-western contact
    • Chinese nationalism
  102. Robin Jensen

    Patrick O'Brien Professor of Theology

    Theology

    • Relics
    • Saints
    • Christian art and icons 
    • Early Christianity
    • Christianity in Roman North Africa
    • The Virgin Mary in Christian art
    • Christian rituals of initiation and ancient baptisteries
    • Christian architecture, churches, martyrs' shrines, cemeteries
  103. Robert Johansen

    Professor of Political Science
    Emeritus, Political Science

    Political Science

    • International ethics and global governance
    • The united nations and the maintenance of peace and security
    • And peace and world order studies
  104. Ian Johnson

    P. J. Moran Family Assistant Professor of Military History

    Department of History

    • War and modern history 
    • Military technology
    • Cold War history
    • Soviet espionage
    • Election meddling
    • WWI and WWII 
    • Diplomacy
    • Russian foreign relations
    • United Nations
    • Space travel history
  105. Joseph Kaboski

    David F. and Erin M. Seng Foundation Professor of Economics

    Economics

    • Growth and development
    • International economics
    • Catholic teaching and economics
  106. Prashant Kamat

    Rev. John A. Zahm Professor of Science

    Chemistry & Biochemistry

    • Inorganic chemistry
    • Physical/analytical chemistry
    • Energy
    • Materials and measurement
  107. Vamsi Krishna Kanuri

    Associate Professor of Marketing

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Services Marketing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Public Policy Issues in Marketing
  108. Michelle Karnes

    Associate Professor of English

    Department of English

    • Literature and philosophy of the Middle Ages
    • Christianity in the Middle Ages
    • Medieval religious literature
    • Medieval travel literature
    • Medieval romance
    • Medieval marvels and wonders: dragons, evil eye, magical rings, plants/herbs with unusual properties
    • Role of imagination in the Middle Ages 
    • Islam in the Middle Ages
    • Geoffrey Chaucer
    • Julian of Norwich 
  109. Tamara Kay

    Associate Professor of Global Affairs and Sociology

    Keough School of Global Affairs

    • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
    • International trade and regional economic integration
    • Transnationalism
    • Global governance
    • Labor and environmental movements
  110. Mary Kearney

    Associate Professor of Film, Television, and Theatre
    Director, GeNDer Studies Program

    Film, Television, and Theatre

    • Gender
    • Girls' media
    • Television
    • Film
    • Popular music
    • Youth cultures
    • Popular culture
  111. Tracy Kijewski-Correa

    Leo E. and Patti Ruth Linbeck Collegiate Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences; Associate Professor of Global Affairs; Co-Director, Integration Lab

    Engineering; Keough School of Global Affairs

    • Engineering for international development
    • Disaster risk reduction
    • Collaborative innovation
    • Citizen engineering

     

  112. Karrie Koesel

    Associate Professor of Political Science

    Political Science

    • Religion and politics
    • Democracy and dictatorship
    • Political education
    • Contemporary Chinese and Russian politics
  113. Peter Kogge

    Ted H. McCourtney Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

    Computer Science and Engineering

    • Computer architectures
    • Supercomputing
  114. Lisa Koop

    Adjunct Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Litigation
    • Policy
    • Direct services advocacy on behalf of immigrant survivors of gender-based violence
  115. Krupali Krusche

    Associate Dean for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work

    School of Architecture

    • Monuments: Roman Forum, Vatican, Taj Mahal, and the tombs and gardens of Agra
    • Sacred architecture sites: Hindu temple design and planning  
    • 3D digital documentation of World Heritage sites
    • High-density urban planning
    • Waterfront development
    • Environmental sustainability in architecture/urban planning
  116. J. Nicholas Laneman

    Professor of Electrical Engineering,
    Co-Director, Wireless Institute

    Electrical Engineering

    • Wireless systems
    • Radio spectrum access
    • Technology standards and intellectual property
    • Regulatory policy
  117. Maj. Gen. Robert Latiff (Ret.)

    Adjunct Professor, Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values

    Reilly Center

    • Data mining
    • Advanced analytics
    • U.S. intelligence community
    • Ethics of war
    • Autonomous weapons
  118. Geoffrey Layman

    Professor of American Politics

    Department of Political Science

    • American politics
    • Political parties
    • Public opinion
    • Voting behavior
    • Religion and politics
    • Research methods
  119. John Lederach

    Professor of International Peacebuilding

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    • Peacebuilding
    • Conflict resolution
    • Conciliation
  120. Ulrich Lehner

    William K. Warren Professor

    Department of Theology

    • The papacy
    • Vatican councils and conclaves  
    • Pope Benedict XVI  
    • History of Catholicism after 1500 
    • Catholicism and the Enlightenment  
    • 20th-century German history
    • German Catholic Church   
    • Catholic Church and Naziism
    • Global Catholic history
    • Catholic eschatology
  121. Marya Lieberman

    Professor of Chemistry

    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Low-quality medicines
    • Fake pharmaceuticals
    • Counterfeit drug detection
  122. David Lincicum

    Rev. John A. O'Brien Associate Professor of Theology

    Department of Theology

    • Religion and guns
    • Early Christianity
    • New Testament
    • Judaism in antiquity
  123. Daniel Lindley

    Associate Professor of Political Science

    Political Science

    • International relations
    • Foreign policy
    • Security studies
  124. George A. Lopez

    The Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies; Keough School of Global Affairs

    • Peace studies
    • Economic sanctions
    • Repression and human rights violations
    • Ethics and the use of force
  125. Timothy Loughran

    C. R. Smith Professor of Finance

    Finance

    • Behavioral finance
    • Market microstructure
    • Equity investing
  126. Michael Lykoudis

    Professor of Architecture

    Notre Dame School of Architecture

    • Traditional architecture and urbanism
    • Linking architectural tradition and classicism to urbanism and environmental issues
  127. Ted Mandell

    Associate Professional Specialist

    Film, Television and Theatre

    • Reality television
    • Popular culture
  128. Michael Mannor

    John F. O'Shaughnessy Associate Professor of Family Enterprise, Associate Dean for the MBA Program

    • Executive leadership
    • Organizational learning
    • IT
    • Entrepreneurship
  129. Nelson Mark

    Alfred C. DeCrane Jr. Professor of International Economics

    Economics and Econometrics

    • International macroeconomics
    • Exchange rate economics
  130. Kate Marshall

    Associate Professor

    Department of English

    • Contemporary novels and novellas
    • Apocalyptic/dystopian fiction
    • Role of architecture in literature
    • Climate fiction
    • Extinction and the anthropocene in fiction
    • Media criticism: West World, Game of Thrones, Handmaid's Tale
    • History letter-press printing and bookmaking
  131. Kirsten Martin

    William P. and Hazel B. White Center Professor of Technology Ethics

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Technology and Ethics
    • Privacy
    • Business Ethics
    • AI Accountability
  132. Timothy Matovina

    Professor and Chair

    Department of Theology

    • Latino Catholics
    • Catholicism in the United States
  133. William Mattison

    Senior Advisor for Theological Formation, Alliance for Catholic Education; Associate Professor of Theology

    Theology

    • Marriage, sexuality and gender 
    • Moral theology
    • Character formation and moral development
    • Bioethics
    • Conscience
  134. Sara Maurer

    Associate Professor

    Department of English

    • Romantic- and Victorian-era novels
    • Reading practices and literacy in 19th-century England
    • Authors: Charlotte Bronte, Emily Bronte, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, John Ruskin, Anthony Trollope 
    • Steampunk fiction as a descendant of the Victorian novel
    • Immigration, labor, gender, and charity in Victorian social conscience
  135. Lloyd Mayer

    Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Advocacy by nonprofit organizations
    • Election law and tax law
    • Lobbying
    • Nonprofits
  136. Giuseppe Mazzone

    Assistant Professor

    Architecture

    • Ancient Greek and Baroque architecture
    • Stereotomy and advanced application in descriptive geometry
    • Architectural illustration and representation (watercolor and graphite)
    • Traditional drafting (new graphic methods for perspectives, conics, shades and shadows)
    • Digital drafting (3D modeling, rapid prototyping, custom textures, renders, 2D and 3D animations)
    • Digital reconstructions of lost architectural heritage
    • Integration of traditional and digital drafting techniques
  137. A. James McAdams

    William M. Scholl Professor of International Affairs

    • Germany
    • Russia
    • Europe
    • Communism
  138. Jennifer Mason McAward

    Associate Professor of Law; Director, Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Civil rights law
    • Constitutional law
    • Habeas corpus
  139. Mary McDowell

    Professor of Biological Sciences

    • Immunoparasitology
  140. John McGreevy

    Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History

    History

    • American political history
    • American religious history
    • Global history
    • Higher education
  141. James McKenna

    Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology; Director, Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Lab

    Anthropology

    • Infant co-sleeping
    • Breast-feeding
    • Sudden infant death syndrome (sids)
    • Evolution of human behavior
    • Evolutionary medicine
    • Human parenting
    • Infancy
  142. Rory McVeigh

    Professor of Sociology

    Department of Sociology

    • Inequality and stratification
    • Social movements
    • Political sociology
    • Race and ethnicity
  143. Nikhil Menon

    Assistant Professor of History

    History

    • India's 2019 election
      • History of independent India
      • Indian economic and political history
      • National political parties and ideologies
    • Religious nationalism in South Asia
    • Gandhi and nonviolent resistance
  144. Thomas Merluzzi

    Director, Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts
    Professor of Psychology

    Psychology

    • Psychology of coping with cancer
    • Mental health during chronic and terminal illness
  145. Laura Miller-Graff

    Assistant Professor of Psychology and Peace Studies

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies | Keough School of Global Affairs
    College of Arts and Letters

    • Childhood exposure to violence
    • Intimate partner violence
    • Post-traumatic stress
    • Resilience

    On leave for Fall 2018

  146. Shahriar Mobashery

    Navari Family Professor in Life Sciences

    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Resistance to antibiotics
    • Superbugs
    • Development of novel antibiotics
    • Diabetic wound healing
    • Cancer metastasis
  147. Ebrahim Moosa

    Professor of Islamic Studies

    Kroc Institute for Peace Studies

    • Islamic law
    • History
    • Ethics and theology
  148. Marisel Moreno

    Rev. John A. O’Brien Associate Professor of Latina/o Literature

    Department of Romance Languages and Literatures

    • Puerto Rico
    • Dominican Republic, Cuba
    • Latino/a/x literature, art, and culture
    • Feminist representations in Latino/a/x media
    • Undocumented migration in Latina/o Caribbean and Hispanic Caribbean art and literature
    • Cultural production of Puerto Rico’s DIVEDCO
    • Works by: Lin Manuel-Miranda, Junot Díaz, Quiara Alegría Hudes
  149. Michael Morris

    Professor of the Practice

    McKenna Center for Human Development & Global Business

    • South Africa
    • Business & Development
    • Education
    • Local Capacity Building
    • Poverty
    • Social Entrepreneurship
  150. Vincent Muñoz

    Tocqueville Associate Professor of Religion & Public Life

    • Constitutional law
    • American politics
    • Political philosophy
  151. Patrick Murphy

    Professor Emeritus of Marketing

    Marketing

    • Business and marketing ethics
    • Public policy issues in marketing
  152. Bernard Nahlen

    Director

    Eck Institute for Global Health

    • Global health
    • Impact of disease
    • Disease spread
  153. Darcia Narvaez

    Professor of Psychology

    Psychology

    • Child development
    • Parenting
    • Evolution
    • Morality
    • Virtue development
    • Moral education
  154. Laurie Nathan

    Professor of the Practice of Mediation, Mediation Program Director

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs

    • Mediation
    • Conflict resolution
    • Preventive diplomacy
    • United Nations peacemaking
    • African regional security
  155. Clive Neal

    Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

    • Lunar petrology (rocks)
    • Geochemistry
    • Planetary geology
    • The moon
  156. Mark Noll

    Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History Emeritus

    History

    • American Evangelicals
    • Religious and cultural history
    • The relationship between Evangelicals and Catholics
  157. Carolyn Nordstrom

    Professor of Anthropology

    Anthropology

    • Political and economic anthropology
    • Warfare
    • Anthropology of war and peace
    • Epicenters of conflict and peacebuilding
    • Transnational crime
    • Globalization
    • Gender
    • Culture theory
  158. Brian Ó Conchubhair

    Associate Professor of Irish Language and Literature
    Fellow, Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies
    Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies

    Irish Language and Literature

    • 19th- and 20th-century Ireland
    • Flann O'Brien/Myles na gCopaleen
    • The Irish revival
    • Contemporary Irish-language fiction
    • The European fin de siècle
    • Modernism/post-modernism
    • Politics of the Irish language
    • The Irish language among the diaspora
  159. Mary Ellen O'Connell

    Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law, Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    Notre Dame Law School

    • International law
    • International legal regulation of the use of force
    • Conflict and dispute resolution
  160. Raymond Offenheiser

    William J. Pulte Director and Professor of the Practice

    Pulte Institute for Global Development

    • Business & Development
    • Development Effectiveness
    • Effective States & Governance
    • Food & Hunger Issues
    • Future of Work
    • Humanitarian Response
    • Inequality
    • Mining & Extractive Industries
    • Poverty
    • Supply Chain Performance
    • Water Security & Management
  161. Susan Ohmer

    Associate Professor, Film, Television,
    William T. and Helen Kuhn Carey Associate Professor of Modern Communication

    Film, Television, and Theatre

    • Film and television history 
    • Media industries
    • Media and presidential elections
    • Adaptations: page to stage to screen; animation

     

  162. Timothy O'Malley

    Director of Education; Academic Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy; Editor, Church Life Journal

    McGrath Institute for Church Life

    • Catholic Church 
    • Catholic liturgy and sacraments
    • Catholic spirituality and formation
    • Catholic doctrine on marriage and family 
    • Catholic identity in educational institutions
    • St. Augustine 
  163. Rashied Omar

    Research Scholar of Islamic Studies and Peacebuilding

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    • Islam, religion and violence
    • Interreligious dialogue and peacebuilding
    • Post-conflict peacebuilding in South Africa
  164. Atalia Omer

    Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict, and Peace Studies

    Keough School of Global Affairs

    • Religion, nationalism and peacebuilding 
    • Diasporas, conflict transformation and peace
    • Multiculturalism, conflict transformation and justice
    • Israel/Palestine 
  165. James O'Rourke

    Professor of Management

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Corporate communication
    • Reputation management
    • Public speaking
    • Business writing
  166. James Otteson

    John T. Ryan Jr. Professor of Business Ethics

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Business ethics
    • Philosophy and morality of business
    • Markets and morality
  167. Jessica Payne

    Associate Professor, Nancy O'Neill Collegiate Chair in Psychology

    Psychology

    • The impact of sleep
    • Stress
    • Memory
  168. Matthew Payne

    Associate Professor

    Department of Film, Television, and Theatre

    • Game studies
    • History of video games
    • Military entertainment
    • Digital culture
    • Media literacy 
  169. Graham Peaslee

    Professor

    Experimental Nuclear Physics

    • Experimental nuclear physics
    • Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
    • Environmental lead
  170. Alex Perkins

    Eck Family Associate Professor

    Department of Biological Sciences

    • Infectious disease dynamics
    • Epidemiology
    • Vector ecology
    • Evolutionary ecology
    • Spatial Dynamics
    • Theoretical ecology
    • Mathematical biology
  171. Paul Perrin

    Director, Evidence & Learning; Associate Professor of the Practice

    Pulte Institute for Global Development

    • Development Effectiveness
    • Global Health
    • Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Pandemics 
  172. Daniel Philpott

    Professor of Political Science

    Political Science

    • Religious freedom
    • Religion and global politics
    • Transitional justice
    • Reconciliation
    • Ethics and international relations
  173. Alessandro Pierattini

    Assistant Professor

    Architecture

    • Ancient Greek and Roman architecture
    • Greek temples: form, function, and building technology
    • Ancient and traditional building technologies (Mediterranean area)
    • The origins of Greek monumental architecture
    • Early Greek stone architecture (in particular, in the 7th-century BC Corinthia)
    • Roman amphitheaters
    • The Roman house
    • Pompeii and Herculaneum
    • Historic preservation
  174. Richard Pierce

    John Cardinal O'Hara, C.S.C., Associate Professor of History

    History and Africana Studies

    • African-american
    • Urban and civil rights history
  175. Dianne Pinderhughes

    Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies

    Political Science and Africana Studies

    • Racial
    • Ethnic and urban politics
    • Voting rights policy
  176. Michael Pippenger

    Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization

    Notre Dame International

    • Global education

    • International students in the United States

    • Education and immigration policy

  177. Wolfgang Porod

    Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering
    Director of the Center for Nano Science and Technology

    Electrical Engineering

    • Solid-state devices
    • Computational electronics
    • Nanoelectronics
    • Quantum devices
  178. Clark Power

    Professor of Education in the Program of Liberal Studies

    Program of Liberal Studies

    • Moral development and education
    • Child poverty
    • Democratic education
    • Bullying
    • Cheating
    • Youth sports
    • Character education
  179. Gerard Powers

    Director, Catholic Peacebuilding Studies; Coordinator, Catholic Peacebuilding Network

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    • Ethics of the use of force
    • Religion, conflict and peacebuilding
    • Ethics and U.S. foreign policy
  180. Linda Przybyszewski

    Associate Professor of History

    History

    • American legal
    • Constitutional
    • Cultural and intellectual history
    • The history of fashion and dress
  181. Tom Purekal

    Program Director, Innovation & Practice

    Pulte Institute for Global Development

    • South Sudan
    • Development Effectiveness
    • Humanitarian Response
    • Local Capacity Building
    • Water Security & Management
  182. Benjamin Radcliff

    Professor of American Politics

    Department of Political Science

    • Science of happiness
    • Happiness economics
  183. Ricardo Ramirez

    Associate Professor of Political Science

    Political Science

    • American politics
    • Political behavior
    • State and local politics
    • Race and ethnicity
    • Immigration
  184. Michael Rea

    Rev. John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy

    Department of Philosophy

    • Philosophy of religion
    • Problem of evil
    • Gender and religion
    • Metaphysics
  185. Jason Reed

    Wade Family Assistant Teaching Professor of Finance

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Economy
  186. Elizabeth M. Renieris

    Director

    Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab

    • Privacy
    • Data protection
    • Digital identity
    • Blockchain/DLT 
    • Tech and human rights
    • Tech ethics
  187. Gretchen Reydams-Schils

    Professor of Liberal Studies

    Program of Liberal Studies

    • Ancient philosophy
    • Cultural assimilation and transmission
    • Feminist philosophy
    • Theories of social ethics and community formation
  188. Gabriel Reynolds

    Jerome J. Crowley and Rosaleen G. Crowley Professor

    Department of Theology

    • Islamic theology
    • Qur'anic studies
    • World religions
    • Muslim-Christian relations
  189. Karen Richman

    Director of Undergraduate Academic Programs, Institute for Latino Studies
    Concurrent Faculty, Anthropology
    Faculty, Romance Languages and Literatures

    Kellogg Institute for International Studies

    • Geographic focus: mexico, the caribbean (haiti), and the united states.
    • Religion
    • Migration
    • Transnationalism
    • Gender
    • Production and consumption
  190. Maria Rivero

    Research Associate

    Pulte Institute for Global Development

    • Mexico and Central America
    • Education
    • Gang Violence & Drugs
    • Gender Equality
    • Migration
    • Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Social Demography and Populations
  191. Adrian Rocha

    Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    • Arctic climate change
    • Disturbance ecology
    • Land use change ecology
    • Land-atmosphere interactions
    • Wetland ecology
  192. Ryan Roeder

    Associate Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

    Engineering

    • Biomaterials
    • Biomechanics
    • Materials science
    • Mechanical behavior
    • Nanoparticles
    • Scaffolds
  193. Veronica Root Martinez

    Professor of Law, Robert & Marion Short Scholar

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Corporate compliance and governance
    • Diversity and inclusion
    • Professional ethics
  194. Jason Ruiz

    Associate Professor of American Studies, Department Chair

    American Studies

    • Narcomedia
    • War on Drugs
    • Latinx representations in popular culture
    • Netflix and streaming television
    • U.S. perceptions of Latin America
    • Sexuality studies
  195. Zachary Schafer

    Coleman Foundation Associate Professor of Cancer Biology

    Biological Sciences

    • Cancer metastasis
    • Cell death
    • Breast cancer
    • Antioxidants
  196. Walter Scheirer

    Assistant Professor

    Computer Science and Engineering

    • Image forensics
    • Computer vision
    • Machine learning
    • Biometrics
  197. Robert Schmuhl

    Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Chair Emeritus in American Studies and Journalism

    American Studies

    • American culture
    • American politics and the media
    • The Making of Irish America  
    • The U.S. role in Ireland's Easter Rising
    • History of the modern presidency
  198. Jeffrey Schorey

    George B. Craig Jr. Professor of Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    • Cellular & moleculular biology
    • Microbiology & immunology
    • Infectious & vector-borne diseases
    • Mycobacterial pathogenesis
    • Infectious diseases
    • Immunity
    • Mouse models
    • Tb diagnostics, drug development & vaccine development
  199. Paul Schultz

    John W. and Maude Clarke Professor of Finance

    Finance

    • Collapse of internet stock prices
    • Arbitrage and the prices of dual class shares
    • Corporate finance
    • Market microstructure
    • Financial policy
  200. Mark Schurr

    Associate Professor of Anthropology

    Anthropology

    • Archaeology of eastern north america
    • Evolution of social organizations
  201. Roy Scranton

    Associate Professor

    Department of English

    • War literature 
    • World War 2
    • American literature
    • Climate change adaptation 
    • Philosophy of climate change
    • Philosophy of literature
    • The novel
    • The Iraq war
    • Veterans issue
    • Environmental humanities
  202. Alan Seabaugh

    Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering; Associate Director of the Notre Dame Center for Nano Science and Technology

    Electrical Engineering

    • Nanoelectronics
    • Computer devices and circuits
  203. James Seida

    Associate Professor of Accountancy

    Mendoza

    • Corporate tax
    • Income tax
    • Accounting for income taxes
  204. David Severson

    Professor of Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    • Mosquito genetics and genomics
    • Systems biology
    • Quantitative genetics
    • Comparative genomics
    • Population biology
    • Mosquito innate immunity
  205. Richard Sheehan

    Professor Emeritus of Finance

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Economics of Sports
    • Monetary Policy
    • Applied Econometrics
  206. Susan Sheridan

    Associate Professor of Anthropology

    Anthropology

    • Biocultural analyses of ancient diet and disease patterns with particular interest in childhood health/adaptability
    • Evolution of infectious disease
    • Occupational stress
  207. Christopher Shields

    George N. Shuster Professor of Philosophy

    Department of Philosophy

    • Aristotle and Plato
    • Ancient philosophy
    • Artificial minds and personal identity
    • Varieties of goodness
    • Nature of life and living systems
    • Philosophy and literature
  208. Sophie Shive

    Viola D. Hank Associate Professor of Finance

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Private equity
    • Mutual funds
    • Market efficiency
  209. Sarah Shortall

    Assistant Professor

    History

    • French religious and political history (19th-20th century)
    • Secularization and religious diversity in contemporary Europe
    • Second Vatican Council 
    • Twentieth-century history of the Catholic Church
    • Christianity and human rights
  210. David Sikkink

    Associate Professor of Sociology

    Sociology

    • Education
    • Religion
    • Politics
    • Research methods
    • Social movements / political sociology
  211. Eric Sims

    Professor and Michael P. Grace II Collegiate Chair

    Department of Economics

    • Macroeconomics
    • Federal Reserve
    • monetary and fiscal policies
    • business cycles  
  212. Christian Smith

    Director of the Center for Social Research, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology, and the Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society

    Sociology

    • Sociology of religion
    • Social theory
    • Cultural sociology
    • Adolescence
  213. Bradley Smith

    Emil T. Hofman Professor of Science

    • Smart molecules for imaging
    • Targeting
    • Supramolecular chemistry
    • Bioorganic chemistry
    • Organic synthesis
    • Membrane biophysics
    • Photonics
    • Small animal imaging
  214. Carter Snead

    Director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture,
    Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Bioethics
    • Governance of science, medicine, and biotechnology according to ethical principles
    • Abortion
    • Stem cell research
  215. Elyse Speaks

    Associate Professional Specialist, Art History

    Department of Art, Art History & Design

    • Contemporary visual art and criticism
    • Installation art and sculpture
    • Women artists of the 20th and 21st centuries
    • Art and social issues: race, gender, class, etc. 
    • Domesticity, the everyday, and craft in contemporary art
    • Globalism in contemporary art
  216. Joshua Specht

    Assistant Professor

    Department of History

    • History of meat in the U.S.
    • History of food
    • History of American Business / capitalism
    • Environmental history
    • Settlement of American West
  217. Mary Stack

    Ann F. Dunne and Elizabeth Riley Director, Harper Cancer Research Institute;
    Professor, Chemistry & Biochemistry

    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Tumor metastasis
    • Ovarian cancer
    • Oral cancer
    • Cell and molecular biology
  218. John Stamper

    Associate Dean of Architecture,
    Director of Undergraduate Studies of Architecture,
    Professor of Architecture

    Architecture

    • Ancient Roman architecture
    • Architectural history and theory
    • Classical antiquity
    • Historic preservation
    • Twentieth-century architecture and design
  219. Duncan Stroik

    Professor of Architecture

    School of Architecture

    • Andrea palladio
    • Classical architecture
    • Renaissance and the baroque
    • Residential design
    • Sacred architecture
  220. Meghan Sullivan

    Wilsey Family College Professor of Philosophy; Director of Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study

    Department of Philosophy

    • Time and rational planning
    • Love and ethical commitment
    • Philosophy of religion
    • Philosophy as a way of life
  221. Jim Sullivan

    Gilbert F. Schaefer College Professor of Economics

    Economics

    • Housing
    • Homelessness
    • Education
    • Evidence/Evidence-Based Policy
    • Policy
    • Evaluation
    • Impact Evaluation
    • Self-Sufficiency
  222. Michael Sweikar

    Managing Director

    Pulte Institute for Global Development, Keough School of Global Affairs

    • International development
  223. Jennifer Tank

    Director, Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative
    Ludmilla F., Stephen J. and Robert T. Galla Professor of Biological Sciences

    Biological Sciences

    • Aquatic ecology
    • Biogeochemistry of streams and rivers
    • Nutrient cycling and transport
    • Land use effects on freshwater
    • Agricultural conservation practices, restoration and water quality
  224. Ann Tenbrunsel

    David E. Gallo Professor of Business Ethics

    • Decision making
    • Negotiations
    • Ethics
  225. Julia Thomas

    Associate Professor

    Department of History

    • Modern Japanese history: politics, culture, environment
    • The Anthropocene
    • Interdisciplinary environmental research--science and the humanities
    • Mutualistic societies
    • Fascism and the rise of the Right
  226. Jay Tidmarsh

    Professor of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    • Complex civil litigation
    • Civil procedure
    • Federal courts
    • Environmental torts
    • Professional malpractice
  227. Joel Urbany

    Professor of Marketing

    Marketing

    • Information search and decision-making
    • Buyer behavior
    • Managerial decision-making
    • Competitive strategy
  228. Dominic Vachon

    Director

    Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine

    • Science of Compassion in Healthcare
    • Physician/Patient Dynamics
    • Neurofeedback Therapy
    • Empathy and Burnout
  229. James VanderKam

    John A. O'Brien Professor of Hebrew Scriptures, Emeritus

    Theology

    • Dead Sea Scrolls
    • History and literature of early Judaism and the Hebrew scriptures
  230. John VanEngen

    Andrew V. Tackes Professor of Medieval History

    History

    • Medieval european history
    • Twelfth-century reform and society
    • Late medieval religious movements
    • Women writers
    • Monasticism
    • Canon law
    • Christianization
  231. Ernesto Verdeja

    Associate Professor of Political Science and Peace Studies

    Political Science

    • Ways disinformation and fake news can be predictors of violence (physical, structural, hate speech, etc.) and mass atrocities
    • Political violence
    • Transitional justice
    • Forgiveness and reconciliation
  232. Peter Wallensteen

    Richard G. Starmann Sr. Research Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

    • Peace
    • Peacebuilding
    • Causes of war
    • Conflict resolution & conflict prevention
    • Economic sanctions
    • U.n. affairs
    • Scandanavian events
  233. Timothy Weninger

    Assistant Professor

    Computer Science and Engineering

    • Web and Social Media
    • Disinformation & fake news
    • Data mining
    • Machine learning
  234. Joannes Westerink

    Notre Dame Professor of Computational Hydraulics
    Chair, Department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences

    Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences

    • Computational fluid mechanics
    • Hurricane storm surge
    • Levee design
    • Unstructured mesh coastal ocean hydrodynamic and transport codes
  235. Sophie White

    Professor of American Studies

    College of Arts and Letters

    • Race
    • Slavery and the African diaspora
    • Native American history
    • French colonial America
    • Material culture
  236. Olaf Wiest

    Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

    Chemistry and Biochemistry

    • Bioorganic chemistry
    • Sun-damaged dna
    • Computational and physical organic chemistry
    • Computational drug design
    • Biophysical chemistry
    • Enzyme mechanisms
    • Transition metal catalyzed reactions
    • Design of ligands for enantioselective catalysis
  237. Christina Wolbrecht

    Director, Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy
    Professor of Political Science

    Political Science

    • Gender politics
    • Political parties
    • Interest groups
    • Mass behavior
    • American politics and american political development
    • Women and politics
    • Agenda-setting and issue framing
    • Women's suffrage
    • 19th Amendment
  238. Nicole Woods

    Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art

    Department of Art, Art History, and Design

    • Modern and contemporary art history
    • Art criticism
    • Food in art
    • Intersectional feminism (race, class, sexuality)
    • Performance and conceptual art
    • Experimental avant-garde
    • Globalism and taste cultures
    • History of photography, film, and time-based media 
    • Artists: Alison Knowles, Fluxus, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Bob Thompson, Martha Rosler, Gordon Matta-Clark, and Rirkrit Tiravanija
  239. Kaitlin Wowak

    Associate Professor

    Mendoza College of Business

    • Product recalls
    • Supply chain risks and disruptions
    • Supply chain knowledge
    • Strategic supply chain management 
  240. Samir Younés

    Professor of Architecture

    Architecture

    • Ancient roman architecture
    • Architectural history and theory
    • Classical antiquity
    • Classical architecture
    • Ecological urbanism
    • Modernist italian theory
    • Renaissance and the baroque
    • Roman architecture
    • Twentieth-century architecture and design
    • Urban design
    • Urban design, theory, and planning
    • Vitruvius and hellenistic classical architecture