Topics

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE and INFORMATION SYSTEMS


James FeherJames Feher, Ph.D.

Professor, Division of Computing

 

 

 

Kian Pokorny, Ph.D.

Professor

•   Uncertainty Methods with Small Data Sets  


ECONOMICS


Frank SprengFrank Spreng, MBA, Ph.D., J.D.

Professor of Economics

Director of the MBA Program

•   General Economic Conditions (employment, inflation, tax policy, current economy)

•   Economic Loss in Personal Injury and Death Cases

•   Law and Economics


EDUCATION


Alan AlewineDr. J. Alan Alewine

Professor of Mathematics

•   "12-Step Program for Lecture-hall-ics"

•   Making Groups Work

 


Timothy RichardsTimothy Richards, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Education

•   Secondary Education

 

 


Julie Tonsing-Meyer

Assistant Professor of Education

•   Technology in the Classroom 


ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION, ECOLOGY


Michele SchutzenhoferDr. Michele (Mickey) Schutzenhofer

Associate Professor

•   “Alien Invasion,” Causes and Concerns (invasive species)

•   Backyard Conservation (reconciliation ecology, rain gardens, invasive species)

•   Native Plants and Wildflowers


HISTORY, POLITICS, GOVERNMENT


Ann CollinsAnn Collins, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Political Science

•   “All Hell Broke Loose“- American Race Riots from the Progressive Era Through World War II

•   “Illinoistown” - The Cultural History of East St. Louis

•   American Politics and Government


Brian FrederkingBrian Frederking, Ph.D.

Professor of Political Science

•   United National Security Council

•   Conflict Resolution

•   Foreign Policies of the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France

•   International Politics


LITERATURE, WRITING and FILM


Brenda BoudreauBrenda Boudreau, Ph.D.

Professor of English

Director of Gender Studies

•   Contemporary American Literature

•   Women’s Literature

•   Gender and Ethnic Literature

•   Film Studies


NURSING, HEALTH and WELLNESS


Dr. Martha McDonald

Associate Professor of Nursing

Coordinator of Nursing Programs, Southern Illinois

•   Community CPR

•   General Health Issues


Dr. Suzette Sewell Scheuermann, RN, Ph.D.

•   Fibromyalgia

•   Sleep Hygiene

•   Circadian Rhythm


Janice WiegmannJanice Wiegmann, Ph.D.

Professor of Nursing

•   Family Health Issues

•   Rural Health Issues

 

 

PSYCHOLOGY / PERSONAL IMPROVEMENT and DEVELOPMENT


Tami EgglestonTami Eggleston, Ph.D.

Associate Dean

Professor of Psychology

•   Human Sexuality

•   Sport Psychology

•   Teaching Psychology


RELIGION and THEOLOGY  


Duane OlsonDr. Duane Olson

Professor of Religion

•   Contemporary Issues in Christianity

•   History of Religion

•   Religions of the World


SOCIAL and CULTURAL ISSUES


Brenda BoudreauBrenda Boudreau, Ph.D.

Professor of English

Director of Gender Studies

•   Women’s Studies

•   Feminism


Neil QuisenberryNeil Quisenberry, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology

•   Criminal Justice and Criminological Theory

•   Hate Crimes

•   Juvenile Delinquency