Dr. Jonathan Agensky
Political Science /
International Relations, Global Governance
Dr. Khurrum S. Bhutta
Operations Management |
Operations Management, Quantitative Analysis, Project Management
Dr. Amy E. Chadwick
Dr. Chadwick is an assistant professor at Ohio University specializing in health communication and environmental communication. She currently is a member of the School of Communication Studies at Scripps College of Communication as well as affiliated faculty in communication and development studies program at the Center for International Studies.
Dr. Chadwick received her education at Penn State University with research interest in persuasion, message design, health communication, and environmental communication. Dr. Chadwick has a holistic approach in reaching out to audiences with aims of raising awareness in critical issues related to health and the lived environment
Dr. Devika Chawla
Performative and narrative approaches to marital and family identity in the South Asian context, Interpretive research practices, Performance and ethnography, and postcolonial studies
Dr. Hong Cheng
International advertising, global branding, and social marketing.
Dr. Ariaster Chimeli
Environmental economics, Energy economics and Microeconomics.
Dr. Diane Ciekawy
Political anthropology, Colonialism development and underdevelopment, Religion, Anthropology of healing, Africa
Dr. Geoffrey Dabelko
Environmental Studies |
Climate change, natural resources, and security as well as environmental pathways to confidence- and peace-building, with a special emphasis on water resources.
Dr. Mario Grijalva
Biomedical Sciences |
Multidisciplinary approach to infectious disease control in Ecuador, South America.
Dr. Steve Howard
Media Arts and Studies | email@example.com
Research methods/field methods in Africa; participatory research methods, Islam in Africa, Communication in the Muslim World, Rural development in Africa, social movements in Africa, Islam and socio-cultural change, children and African development.
Dr. Theodore Hutchinson
Philosophies of Education, Radical democratic community, anti-bias education, and pluralism (race, social class, gender and sexual orientation)
Dr. Gillian Ice
Social Medicine |
Human biology, Aging, Stress, Long-term care to grand parenting
Dr. Brad Jokisch
Population, environment and development, impacts of population change in Latin America (Ecuador).
Dr. Yeong-hyun Kim
Globalization, World-city politics and international labor migration
Dr. Derek Kauneckis
Leadership and Public Affairs |
Voinovich School of Leadeship and Public Affairs
Dr. Caroline Kingori
Social & Publich Health |
HIV/AIDS and mental health among people of African descent and immigrants; alcohol and drug use, community based participatory research, other sexually transmitted infections, health literacy and physical activity, instrument design and testing, program planning, implementation, community coalition-building; and monitoring and evaluation.
Dr. Jieli Li
Sustainable Development, Social Change, Comparative Institutions, Democratization, Social Movements, and Conflict Resolution.
Dr. James Mosher
Political Science |
College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Smoki Musaraj
Sociology and Anthropology / firstname.lastname@example.org Anthropology of Money and Value, Cash Economies, Bubbles and Crashes, Postsocialist Transformations, Corruption and the Rule of Law, Speculation in Construction
Dr. Julia Paxton
Dr. Assan Sarr
History / email@example.com Women in African History, Modern Africa, Modern Africa's political and social history, Land tenure, Peace and conflict in Africa
Dr. Stephen Scanlan
Sociology | Website |
Environmental sociology; globalization; hunger and food insecurity; poverty and global inequality; gender and development; social movements and social change
Dr. Thomas Smucker
Social and environmental change, land tenure, rural livelihood and resource management, and household and community strategies for coping with drought in East Africa
Dr. Takaaki Suzuki
Takaaki Suzuki is the Director of Asian Studies in the Center for International Studies. He is also a Professor of Political Science at Ohio University.
Dr. Elizabeth Edna Wangui
Geography | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rural livelihoods in Africa with an emphasis on the intersections of gender, environment and development. Recent research focus has been on pastoralism and climate change adaptation in Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania.
Dr. Myra Waterbury
Political Science |
Transnational ethnic relations, nationalism and politics, Diasporas and migration, politics of citizenship and democratization
Dr. Risa Whitson
Geography/Women's Studies |
Gender and development, Social geographies, informal sector, Argentina