Professor & Associate Chair, Department of Chemistry
Alexander combines scientific expertise and creativity to apply science across the curriculum.
Women in Science and STEM
Molecular dissection of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase structure and function
Nucleic acid structure and function
Computational modeling of protein dynamics
Dean of Undergraduate Admissions
Allman has become an expert on test-optional admissions, interviews in the admissions process and other admissions trends.
Test-Optional Research Policies
Admissions Process Including Interviews
Department Chair, Professor of Health and Exercise Science and Director of the Human Performance Laboratory
Berry researches the interaction between exercise and the respiratory system.
Exercise and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Effects of exercise on individuals with respiratory diseases
Delivering exercise interventions to patients with acute respiratory failure
William L. Poteat Professor of Psychology
Best is a psychologist who studies child development with a particular focus on gender stereotypes and young children.
Stereotypes and Attitudes
Gender Roles Development
John C. Whitaker Jr. Executive Director Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship and Professor of Practice
Black has 20-plus years of experience as a corporate executive, consultant and entrepreneur.
Brand Strategy & Positioning
New Product Development
Social Media as an Entrepreneurial Tool
Senior Lecturer of Political Science
Brister is an expert in terrorism, globalization and intelligence trends.
Terrorism and Political Violence
Intelligence and International Politics
Professor of Psychology; Senior Associate Dean for Academic Advising
Buchanan studies how parents’ expectations affect teen behavior.
Children and Divorce
Relationships Between Teens and Parents
Civic Development in Adolescents and Young Adults
Associate Professor of Physics
Carlson demands scientific explanations for the seemingly inexplicable.
Numerical General Relativity
The Scientific Method
Director, Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials
Carroll and his research team aim to provide solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems.
“Green” lighting/light bulb alternatives
Nanotechnology and medicine/tumor eradication
Environmental/health effects of carbon nanotubes
Thermoelectric Power Felt
Organic solar cells
Nanocomposite-based display and lighting technologies
Director of the Journalism Program
Catanoso specializes in covering climate change globally, with an emphasis on Peru and faith-based initiatives.
Writing Reporting and Editing
24-Hour News Cycle
Evolving Media Landscape
NC Business and Economic Issues
Catholic Saints and Saint-Making