She joins the School of Social Work with a focus on understanding and improving health and wellbeing in families, particularly those that face barriers in developing nurturing parent-child relationships.
He joins the Department of Economics with a focus on how economic policy can change the world.
They’re politically savvy and well-versed in policy. But a group of political science students wants to do something practically unheard of in today’s partisan landscape: Listen to each other.
As part of the Department of Psychology, she leads the Visual Cognition Lab, which investigates the nature of human visual processing.
A planning and landscape architecture researcher works at the intersection of location and health, creating tools for breast cancer patients to take steps toward recovery.
She brings to the School of Journalism and Mass Communication a focus on health communication and how clear messaging can benefit individuals and communities.
He returns to the Economics Department, focusing on the detection and measurement of market power.
She brings a focus on transportation planning, policy and design to the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture.
The John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Assistant Professor in the History of American Politics, Institutions and Political Economy studies the history of housing segregation in the 19th and 20th centuries.
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