All Faculty & Staff Stories
Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Cryptography and the AIDS epidemic in Africa are two strong areas of interest for this math professor.
Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Seeing students understand the mathematical symmetry in nature is rewarding for math professor.
Professor, Civil Engineering
Civil engineering professor challenges students to design homes for Haiti in ten weeks.
Finance professor studies how the business of behavior plays a part in financial mishaps.
Artist-in-Residence/Lecturer, Theater and Dance
Lecturer for the theater department pushes talented students to find the connection between art and spirituality.
Associate Professor, Psychology
Psychology professor's research suggests that the gap between young minds and old ones may not be that large.
Legal Director, Northern California Innocence Project
Linda Starr, co-founder of the Northern California Innocence Project, works with students to exonerate innocent prisoners.
Ethics in business has always been a topic of contention, but finance professor tackles it head-on.
Associate Professor, Biology
The study of aquatic bacteria helps biology professor develop a new kind of biofuel.
Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Chemistry professor develops tools to detect diseases very early for prevention or treatment.