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APRAHAMIAN, Ani Professor of Physics. Ph.D., Clark University. Experimental Nuclear Physics
ASHLEY, J. Matthew Associate Professor of Theology. Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago. Issues in Science and Theology
BENDER, Harvey Professor of Biological Sciences and Director of the Human Genetics Program. Ph.D., Northwestern University. Epidemiology of Human Genetic Disease
BRADING, Katherine Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., University of Oxford. Philosophy of Physics
CASTELLINO, Francis Director, W.M. Keck Center for Transgene Research Kleiderer-Pezold Professor of Biochemistry. Ph.D., University of Iowa. In vitro and in vivo relationships between hemostasis and inflammation
COLEMAN, Jon Assistant Professor of History. Ph.D., Yale University. Early American history, environmental history, and the history of the American West
CROWE, Michael Cavanaugh Professor Emeritus, Program of Liberal Studies. Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin. History of Modern Physical Science and of Mathematics
FEDER, Jeffrey Associate Professor of Biological Sciences. Ph.D., Michigan State University. Ecological Genetics and Evolution, Speciation
FOX, Christopher Professor of English. Ph.D., SUNY Binghamton. Interaction of Literature & Science; Psychology & Medicine in the 18th Century
FUENTES, Agustin Nancy O'Neill Associate Professor of Anthropology. Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley. Biological anthropology, primatology, evolution of social organization and behavior, socioecology, human-nonhuman primate interactions; Southeast Asia
GOULDING, Robert Assistant Professor in the Program of Liberal Studies. Ph.D. Warburg Institute (University of London). History of Optics and History of Magic
GUTTING, Gary Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., St. Louis Univ. Continental Philosophy of Science; Science-Religion Issues.
HAHN, Alexander Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning. Ph.D., University of Notre Dame. Orthogonal groups and other classical matrix groups both over fields and integral domains and in number theoretic situations, and related structures
HAMLIN, Christopher Professor of History. Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin. History of Technology & History of Medicine
HOWARD, Don Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., Boston University. Philosophy of Science; Einstein; Foundations of Physics
HOWARD, George Professor of Psychology. Ph.D., Univ. of Southern Illinois. Methodology of the Human Sciences
INCROPERA, Frank H. McCloskey Dean of the College of Engineering. Ph.D., Stanford University. Free and mixed convection, double-diffusive convection, boiling and two-phase flow, materials processing, and electronic cooling; energy, ethics, and society
JAUERNIG, Anja Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., Princeton University. Kant, Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Physics
JOY, Lynn Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., Harvard. History and Philosophy of Scientific Methods
KOURANY, Janet Associate Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., Columbia. Philosophy of Science; Feminism and Science
LIEBERMAN, Marya Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Ph.D., University of Washington. Surface chemistry; organic and inorganic chemistry directed toward rational design of surfaces and materials, and molecular electronic and optical devices
LODGE, David Professor of Biology. D.Phil., University of Oxford. Conservation Biology, Freshwater Ecology, Invasive Species Biology and Bioeconomics, Ecological Risk Analysis, Global Changes and Biodiversity, Environmental Ethics and Policy
MANIER, Edward Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., St. Louis Univ. Philosophy of Biology and Cognitive Science
McKENNY, Gerald Associate Professor of Theology. Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago. Ethics, the Environment, and Biotechnology
McKIM, Vaughn Associate Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., Yale Univ. Philosophy of Social Science; Philosophy of Technology
McMULLIN, Ernan, Rev. O'Hara Professor of Philosophy Emeritus. Ph.D., Univ. of Louvain History and Philosophy of Science; Science-Religion Issues
MIROWSKI, Phillip Koch Professor of Economics and Policy Studies . Ph.D., Univ. of Michigan. History and Methodology of Economics
NAGLE, John John N. Matthews Professor of Law. J.D., University of Michigan. Religion and Environmental Law, Endangered Species Legislation, Pollution
NARVAEZ, Darcia Associate Professor of Psychology. Ph.D., University of Minnesota. Moral Psychology, Moral Education
NAVARI, Rudolph M. Director, Walther Cancer Research Center. M.D., Medical College of Virginia. Ph.D., University of Virginia. supportive care in clinical oncology, development of antiemetics, palliative care, and the doctor-patient relationship in clinical oncology
RAMSEY, William Associate Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., UC San Diego. Philosophy of Psychology; Cognitive Science
SCHLERETH, Thomas Professor of American Studies. Ph.D., Univ. of Iowa. History of American Technology
SHRADER-FRECHETTE, Kristin O'Neill Family Professor in the Department of Philosophy and concurrent Professor of Biology. Ph.D., Notre Dame.
Quantitative Risk Assessment; Philosophy of Science; Environmental Ethics
SILLIMAN, Stephen Professor of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences. Ph.D., University of Arizona. Groundwater Hydrology Flow/Transport, Stochastic Hydrology, Water Source Protection, Microbial Transport, Third World Water Supplies
SLOAN, Phillip Professor in the Program of Liberal Studies. Ph.D., UC San Diego. History of Biology; Eighteenth Century Natural Philosophy
STAPLEFORD, Thomas Assistant Professor in the Program of Liberal Studies. Ph.D., Harvard Univ. History of the Human Sciences, History of Technology, Science and Religion
TURNER, James Cavanaugh Professor of Humanities in the Dept. of History. Ph.D., Harvard. U.S. Intellectual and Cultural History; Transatlantic Intellectual Exchange
WAYNE, Mitchell Professor and Chair of Physics. Ph.D., UCLA. Elementary Particle Physics
WIESCHER, Michael Frank M. Freimann Professor of Physics. Ph.D., Universität Münster. Nuclear Physics
   

 

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