Abrams’ expertise is at the intersection of strategic communication and food system and natural resources issues.
Anderson’s areas of expertise include population dynamics; analysis models for bird banding or fish tagging data, and open population capture-recapture data.
Anderson studies U.S. political culture, gender and the U.S. presidency, and political pop culture.
Aoki focuses on intercultural communication, identity, voice and cultural representations in media and public space.
Arabi is the director of the Urban Water Innovation Network, a consortium searching for innovative solutions to the world’s water problems.
Head of the Department of Geosciences, Aster focuses on seismological studies.
Professor and Extension specialist Baker focuses on community-based nutrition education programs for low-resource audiences.
Barborak’s specialties are protected areas, wildlife management, conservation finance, policy and governance, and ecotourism.
Barnes’ research focuses on large-scale atmospheric dynamics and their response to climate change.
Baron studies ecosystem concepts in management of human-dominated regions, and effects of climate change on mountain ecosystems.