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									 MEDIA GUIDE OF EXPERTS
                      FOURTH EDITION
                         FALL 2009


                   COMPILED BY:
       UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT LAFAYETTE
     OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING




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Introduction
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is a rich source for journalists. This guide has
been compiled to identify faculty and staff who are authorities on many topics and
willing to be interviewed for publications and broadcasts. There is a table of contents,
but you can also search by keyword to find a topic or a faculty member’s name

You may contact these experts directly or phone the Office of Communications and
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contact a Communications and Marketing staff member.

For breaking news related to UL Lafayette, please call the Office of Communications
and Marketing. A staff member can direct you to the appropriate university
spokesperson or provide information on the university’s behalf. If UL Lafayette is
closed, please contact a staff member listed below.


J ULIE SIMON-DRONET, DIRECTOR
       Office: (337) 482-6397
       Home: (337) 981-6557
       Cell: (337) 654-6933
       Email: juliedronet@louisiana.edu


CHRISTINE PAYTON, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR PRINT MEDIA
     Office: (337) 482-6477
     Home: (337) 490-6042
     Cell: (337) 254-8271
     Email: payton@louisiana.edu


SEAN MANUEL, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR B ROADCAST MEDIA
      Office: (337) 482-1351
      Cell:   (337) 277-8801
      Email: sean@louisiana.edu


KATHLEEN THAMES , ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR PUBLICATIONS
     Office: (337) 482-6476
     Home: (337) 896-5605
     Cell: (337) 277-5307
     Email: kat@louisiana.edu
                          CATEGORIES AND TOPICS
AN THROPOLOGY............................................................................................................ 12
ARCHAEOLOGY .............................................................................................................. 12
ARCHITECTU RE............................................................................................................... 12
ART         .............................................................................................................................. 13
ATHLETICS
           ATHLETICS ......................................................................................................... 14
           ATHLETIC TRAIN IN G ........................................................................................ 15
           BASEBALL........................................................................................................... 16
           BASKETBALL ...................................................................................................... 16
           JU DO ................................................................................................................... 44
           N CAA ATHLETICS ............................................................................................. 52
           TEN N IS ................................................................................................................ 65
BIOLOGY
           BIOLOGY ............................................................................................................. 17
           EVOLU TION ARY BIOLOGY ............................................................................. 35
BU SIN ESS
           ACCOU N TIN G .................................................................................................... 11
           ARTIFICIAL IN TELLIGEN CE ............................................................................ 14
           BAN K BAILOU TS ............................................................................................... 16
           BU SIN ESS ........................................................................................................... 18
           ECON OMIC DEVELOPMEN T........................................................................... 28
           EN TREPREN EU RSHIP ....................................................................................... 33
           ETHICS ................................................................................................................ 35
           FIN AN CE............................................................................................................. 36
           HOSPITAL STATISTICS ..................................................................................... 41
           HOSPITALITY AN D TOU RISM MAN AGEMEN T............................................. 41
           IN SU RAN CE ....................................................................................................... 42
           MAN AGEMEN T................................................................................................... 47
           MAN U FACTU RIN G ............................................................................................ 47
           MARKETIN G........................................................................................................ 48
           N ON -PROFIT ORGAN IZATION S ...................................................................... 53
           SMALL BU SIN ESS DEVELOPMEN T ............................................................... 61
             STATISTICS......................................................................................................... 63
            SU PPLY CHAIN MAN AGEMEN T ..................................................................... 64
            TOU RISM ............................................................................................................. 64
CHEMISTRY...................................................................................................................... 19
COMMU N ITY REVITALIZATION ................................................................................... 21
COMPU TERS
            ARTIFICIAL IN TELLIGEN CE ............................................................................ 14
            COMPU TER GRAPHICS ..................................................................................... 22
            COMPU TER N ETWORKS ................................................................................... 22
            COMPU TER SCIEN CE ....................................................................................... 22
            COMPU TER SECU RITY ..................................................................................... 23
            IN FORMATION TECHN OLOGY ....................................................................... 42
            IN TERN ET............................................................................................................ 43
            ROBOTICS ........................................................................................................... 59
            SEN SORS ............................................................................................................ 60
            SU PERCOMPU TIN G AN D VISU ALIZATION .................................................. 63
            VIDEO GAMES ................................................................................................... 67
CRIME/CRIMIN AL JU STICE
            CRIME/CRIMIN AL JU STICE ............................................................................. 24
            DEATH PEN ALTY ............................................................................................... 25
            DOMESTIC VIOLEN CE ..................................................................................... 27
            MU RDER.............................................................................................................. 51
CRISIS MAN AGEMEN T................................................................................................... 24
DAN CE.............................................................................................................................. 25
DESIGN
            AU TOMOTIVE DESIGN ..................................................................................... 16
            COMMU N ITY REVITALIZATION ..................................................................... 21
            DESIGN ............................................................................................................... 25
            IN DU STRIAL DESIGN ....................................................................................... 41
            U RBAN AN D REGION AL PLAN N IN G ............................................................. 67
DIVERSITY........................................................................................................................ 26
ECON OMICS
            ECON OMIC DEVELOPMEN T........................................................................... 28
            ECON OMICS ...................................................................................................... 29
            FIN AN CE............................................................................................................. 36
            STOCK MARKET ................................................................................................. 63
            SU PPLY CHAIN MAN AGEMEN T ..................................................................... 64
EDU CATION
            EARLY CHILDHOOD EDU CATION ................................................................ 27
            EDU CATION ....................................................................................................... 30
            PHYSICAL EDU CATION ................................................................................... 56
            READIN G............................................................................................................. 58
            SCIEN CE FAIRS ................................................................................................. 60
EN ERGY
            ALTERN ATIVE FU ELS ....................................................................................... 11
            N U CLEAR EN ERGY ........................................................................................... 53
            SOLAR EN ERGY ................................................................................................. 62
EN GIN EERIN G
            BIOPROCESS EN GIN EERIN G........................................................................... 17
            CHEMICAL EN GIN EERIN G .............................................................................. 19
            ELECTRICAL EN GIN EERIN G............................................................................ 32
            EN GIN EERIN G.................................................................................................... 33
            MECHAN ICAL EN GIN EERIN G......................................................................... 49
            METALLU RGY .................................................................................................... 41
            MIN IN G EN GIN EERIN G .................................................................................... 51
            PETROLEU M EN GIN EERING............................................................................ 54
            ROBOTICS ........................................................................................................... 59
            TELECOMMU N ICATION S ................................................................................ 65
            TRAFFIC OPERATION ....................................................................................... 66
EN VIRON MEN T
            COASTAL WETLAN DS ...................................................................................... 21
            EN VIRON MEN T.................................................................................................. 34
            GEOLOGY ........................................................................................................... 37
            POLLU TION ........................................................................................................ 57
            VOLCAN OES ...................................................................................................... 68
            WATER ................................................................................................................. 69
ETHICS .............................................................................................................................. 35
GOVERN MEN T
            CON GRESS ......................................................................................................... 23
            ELECTION S ......................................................................................................... 32
            GOVERN MEN T ................................................................................................... 38
            LOU ISIAN A GOVERN MEN T............................................................................. 46
            VOTIN G ............................................................................................................... 68
HEALTH
       AU TISM ............................................................................................................... 15
       CHILDBIRTH....................................................................................................... 20
       CHILDHOOD OBESITY ..................................................................................... 20
       COU N SELIN G .................................................................................................... 24
       DEMEN TIA .......................................................................................................... 25
       DYIN G ................................................................................................................. 27
       EATIN G DISORDERS ......................................................................................... 28
       HEALTH............................................................................................................... 38
       HEALTH IN FORMATION MAN AGEMEN T ...................................................... 39
       HOSPITAL STATISTICS ..................................................................................... 41
       IN JU RIES ............................................................................................................ 42
       MEDICAL CODIN G AN D BILLIN G.................................................................. 50
       MIDWIFERY ........................................................................................................ 51
       N U RSIN G ............................................................................................................ 53
       PAIN MAN AGEMEN T ........................................................................................ 54
       PHYSICAL EDU CATION ................................................................................... 56
       PSYCHOLOGY ................................................................................................... 57
       RECOVERY .......................................................................................................... 59
       SEX ....................................................................................................................... 61
       SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SICKN ESS ..................................................... 39
       SU BSTAN CE ABU SE.......................................................................................... 63
HISTORY
       CIVIL RIGHTS ..................................................................................................... 20
       CIVIL WAR ERA .................................................................................................. 20
       HISTORY ............................................................................................................. 40
       LOU ISIAN A HISTORY ....................................................................................... 46
       U N IVERSITY OF LOU ISIAN A AT LAFAYETTE .............................................. 66
       WAR...................................................................................................................... 68
       WOMEN 'S HISTORY .......................................................................................... 69
       WORLD WAR II ................................................................................................... 70
IN TELLIGEN CE
       ARTIFICIAL IN TELLIGEN CE ............................................................................ 14
       IN TELLIGEN CE TESTIN G.................................................................................. 42
IN TERN ATION AL CU LTU RE
       EAST IN DIES ...................................................................................................... 28
       FILIPIN O CU LTU RE .......................................................................................... 35
       FRAN COPHON E STU DIES ............................................................................... 37
             IN TERN ATION AL AFFAIRS............................................................................. 43
           LATIN AMERICAN STU DIES ............................................................................ 44
           QU EBEC .............................................................................................................. 58
           SOU THEAST ASIA ............................................................................................. 62
LAN GU AGE
           AU TISM ............................................................................................................... 15
           BILIN GU ALISM .................................................................................................. 16
           CHIN ESE LAN GU AGE....................................................................................... 20
           FRAN COPHON E STU DIES ............................................................................... 37
           LAN GU AGE DEVELOPMEN T........................................................................... 44
LAW………………………………………………………………………………………………………...44
LITERATU RE
           LITERATU RE ....................................................................................................... 45
           PLAGIARISM ....................................................................................................... 56
           POETRY ............................................................................................................... 56
LOU ISIAN A
           FOLKLORE.......................................................................................................... 36
           FRAN COPHON E STU DIES ............................................................................... 37
           HERITAGE PRESERVATION .............................................................................. 40
           LOU ISIAN A CU LTU RE AN D FOLKLORE....................................................... 45
           LOU ISIAN A HISTORY ....................................................................................... 46
           LOU ISIAN A POLITICS AN D GOVERN MEN T................................................. 46
           MARDI GRAS ...................................................................................................... 48
           TOU RISM ............................................................................................................. 66
           U N IVERSITY OF LOU ISIAN A AT LAFAYETTE .............................................. 66
           ZYDECO .............................................................................................................. 70
MATHEMATICS ................................................................................................................ 49
MEDIA
           DIGITAL MEDIA ................................................................................................. 26
           FILM ..................................................................................................................... 35
           MEDIA ................................................................................................................. 50
           PHOTOGRAPHY ................................................................................................. 55
MU SIC
             JAZZ ................................................................................................................... 43
             MU SIC ................................................................................................................ 51
             MU SIC MEDIA .................................................................................................. 52
             OPERA ................................................................................................................ 54
             ORCHESTRA ...................................................................................................... 54
             SIN GIN G ............................................................................................................ 61
             THEATER............................................................................................................ 65
             ZYDECO............................................................................................................. 70
OIL AN D GAS IN DU STRY
            CORROSION ....................................................................................................... 23
            GEOLOGY ........................................................................................................... 37
            PETROLEU M EN GIN EERING............................................................................ 54
            SEISMIC PROCESSIN G ..................................................................................... 60
PHILOSOPHY .................................................................................................................. 55
PHYSICS
            ACOU STICS ........................................................................................................ 11
            ATOMIC PHYSICS ............................................................................................. 15
            PARTICLE ACCELERATORS ............................................................................. 54
            N U CLEAR EN ERGY ........................................................................................... 53
            PHYSICS ............................................................................................................. 55
            RADIATION ......................................................................................................... 58
POLITICS
             CIVIL RIGHTS.................................................................................................... 20
             CIVIL WAR ERA................................................................................................. 20
             CON GRESS ........................................................................................................ 23
             ELECTION S ....................................................................................................... 32
             IN TERN ATION AL AFFAIRS............................................................................. 43
             LOU ISIAN A POLITICS..................................................................................... 46
             POLITICS ........................................................................................................... 56
             TERRORISM ....................................................................................................... 65
             WAR .................................................................................................................... 68
             WEAPON S OF MASS DESTRU CTION ............................................................ 69
             WORLD WAR II.................................................................................................. 70
PU BLIC RELATION S
            CRISIS MAN AGEMEN T ..................................................................................... 24
            PU BLIC RELATION S .......................................................................................... 57
RELATION SHIPS
             CHOOSIN G A LIFE PARTN ER......................................................................... 20
             MARRIAGE AN D FAMILY THERAPY ............................................................. 49
             PAREN TIN G ....................................................................................................... 55
             RELATION SHIPS .............................................................................................. 59
             SEX ..................................................................................................................... 61
RELIGION ......................................................................................................................... 59
SAFETY
             HIGHWAY SAFETY........................................................................................... 40
             SAFETY .............................................................................................................. 60
             SELF DEFEN SE................................................................................................. 60
SOCIOLOGY
            DEVIAN T BEHAVIOR ........................................................................................ 26
            DIVERSITY .......................................................................................................... 26
            RACISM ............................................................................................................... 58
            SOCIOLOGY ....................................................................................................... 62
SPIRITU ALITY .................................................................................................................. 63
U N IVERSITY OF LOU ISIAN A AT LAFAYETTE
            ACCREDITATION ............................................................................................... 11
            ATHLETICS ......................................................................................................... 14
            COLLEGE ACCESS ............................................................................................ 21
            CON STRU CTION ................................................................................................ 23
            DIVERSITY .......................................................................................................... 26
            EN ROLLMEN T.................................................................................................... 33
            HISTORY ............................................................................................................. 57
            SERVICE LEARN IN G ......................................................................................... 60
            U N IVERSITY OF LOU ISIAN A AT LAFAYETTE.............................................. 66
THEATER........................................................................................................................... 65
WAR
             BIOLOGICAL WARFARE.................................................................................. 17
             CHEMICAL WARFARE ..................................................................................... 19
             CIVIL WAR ERA................................................................................................. 20
             TERRORISM ....................................................................................................... 65
             WAR .................................................................................................................... 68
             WEAPON S OF MASS DESTRU CTION ............................................................ 69
             WORLD WAR II.................................................................................................. 70
WOMEN
             CHILDBIRTH ..................................................................................................... 20
             MIDWIFERY....................................................................................................... 51
             WOMEN ’S HISTORY ......................................................................................... 69
             WOMEN 'S STU DIES ......................................................................................... 69
The opinions expressed by the experts listed in this pu blication are not necessarily the official
position of the U niversity of Lou isiana at Lafayette. Please contact the director of the Office
of Commu nications and Marketing at (337) 482-6397 for the u niversity’s position on an issu e.
                      UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT LAFAYETTE




               A
                                                 LISE ANNE D. SLATTEN
                                                 Workings of nonprofit organizations,
                                                 issues related to accountability,
                                                 legitimacy and credibility with
                                                 stakeholders, including certification
                                                 and accreditation programs.
                                                     • Department and Title:
          ACCOUNTING                                     Management, Instructor
                                                     • Office: 337-482-1184
                                                     • Home: 337-257-7800
HARLAN ETHERIDGE, PH.D.
                                                     • E-mail: las3678@louisiana.edu
Accounting information system
                                                         or lads@bellsouth.net
reliability, internal controls, fraud
prevention and detection.
    • Department and Title:
         Accounting, Associate Professor                    ACOUSTICS
    • Office: 337-482-6206
    • E-mail: harlan@louisiana.edu               NATALIA SIDOROVSKAIA, PH.D.
                                                 Oceanic acoustic noise, passive and
KATHY HSIAO YU HSU, PH.D.                        active non-destructive monitoring of
Financial accounting and reporting,              processes in oceanic and biological
international accounting standards and           systems.
international financial reporting issues.            • Department and Title: Physics,
    • Department and Title:                              Assistant Professor
       Accounting, Associate Professor               • Office: 337-482-6274
    • Office: 337-482-6214                           • E-mail:
    • E-mail: kathy@louisiana.edu                        nsidorvoskaia@louisiana.edu


       ACCREDITATION                                 ALTERNATIVE FUELS

KERRY CARSON, PH.D.                              RAKESH BAJPAI, PH.D.
Service learning for college students            Production of biofuels, renewable fuels,
starting at the freshman level and               chemicals from renewable resources,
university accreditation.                        fermentation products and
    • Department and Title:                      pharmaceuticals.
        Management, Professor                       • Department and Title: Chemical
    • Office: 337-482-6866                             Engineering, Professor and
    • E-mail: kcarson@louisiana.edu                    Engineering Eminent Scholar in
                                                       Manufacturing
                                                    • Office: 337-482-5910
                                                    • Home: 225-366-1350
                                                    • E-mail: bajpair@louisiana.edu




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BARBARA C. BENSON, PH.D.                                ARCHAEOLOGY
Algae to bio fuels and coastal sciences,
alternative energy.                              MARK A. REES, PH.D.
    • Department and Title:                      Archaeology of eastern North America,
       Renewable Resources, Assistant            lower Mississippi Valley and
       Professor                                 southeastern U.S.; Mississippian and
    • Office: 337-482-5239                       Plaquemine societies; historical
    • Home: 337-288-6361                         archaeology; ethno-history; cultural
    • E-mail:                                    resource management; ceramics; faunal
       barbarabenson@louisiana.edu               analysis; registered professional
                                                 archaeologist.
MARK E. ZAPPI, PH.D.                                 • Department and Title:
Discovery of novel energy sources that                  Sociology and Anthropology,
may ultimately be used to replace                       Assistant Professor
traditional energy sources.                          • Office: 337-482-6045
    • Department and Title: College                  • E-mail: markrees@louisiana.edu
        of Engineering, Dean; Chemical
        Engineering, Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6685
    • E-mail: zappi@louisiana.edu
                                                        ARCHITECTURE

                                                 H. GORDON BROOKS II
                                                 Arts education and administration.
       ANTHROPOLOGY                                 • Departments and Title: College
                                                        of the Arts, Dean and Professor
DANIEL CRING                                        • Office: 337-482-6224
Cultural diversity, biological diversity,           • Home: 337-234-3267
American culture, peoples of Africa,                • E-mail: GBrooks@louisiana.edu
world political systems, religion and
religious movements, medical                     W. GEOFF GJERTSON
anthropology and forensic                        Design and construction, professional
anthropology.                                    outreach, community outreach, leader
    • Department and Title:                      for Team BeauSoleil – UL Lafayette’s
        Sociology and Anthropology,              entry in 2009 Solar Decathlon.
        Instructor                                   • Department and Title:
    • Office: 337-482-5370                               Architecture and Design,
    • Home: 337-988-2512                                 Assistant Professor
    • E-mail: cring@louisiana.edu                    • Office: 337-482-5175
                                                     • Home: 337-235-4945
                                                     • E-mail: gjertson@louisiana.edu




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HECTOR LASALA                                                    ART
Design pedagogy, particularly for
beginning design students.                     STEVEN BREAUX
   • Department and Title:                     Drawing, painting, computer art, art
       Architecture and Design,                history, Lafayette art scene.
       Professor                                   • Department and Title: Visual
   • Office: 337-482-6225                             Arts, Assistant Professor
   • Home: 337-234-2553                            • Office: 337-482-5324
   • E-mail: hector@louisiana.edu                  • Home: 337-268-3087
                                                   • E-mail: sbreaux@louisiana.edu
MICHAEL A. MCCLURE
Architecture, history of architecture,         LYNDA FRESE
design and materials; relationship of          Art, photography, pre-history and
society, culture and the built form.           ancient culture, religion.
    • Department and Title:                       • Department and Title: Visual
        Architecture and Design,                      Arts, Professor
        Assistant Professor                       • Office: 337-482-5773
    • Office: 337-482-5313                        • E-mail: laf4695@centurytel.net
    • Home: 225-978-6410
    • E-mail:                                  SARA RITCHEY, PH.D
        mxm9999@louisiana.edu                  Medieval art.
                                                  • Department and Title: History
ROBERT MCKINNEY                                      and Geography, Assistant
General information on architectural                 Professor
education at UL Lafayette, general                • Office: 337-482-5341
information on historic architecture in           • E-mail: ritchey@louisiana.edu
the area.
    • Department and Title:                    LYNN SANDERS-BUSTLE, PH.D
        Architecture and Design,               Art education, arts integration,
        Professor and Director                 intersections of visual arts and literacy,
    • Office: 337-482-6225                     socially responsive art education,
    • E-mail:                                  relationships between community and
        mckinney@louisiana.edu                 the arts.
SCOTT GERALD SHALL                                 • Department and Title: Visual
Humanitarian-based design, especially                  Arts, Assistant Professor
as related to work overseas; innovative            • Office: 337-482-5321
construction materials within the field            • E-mail: lsb@louisiana.edu
of architecture and design.
    • Department and Title:
        Architecture and Design,
        Professor
    • Office: 337-482-5322
    • E-mail: shall@louisiana.edu




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           ARTIFICIAL                              TOBY DORÉ, PH.D.
         INTELLIGENCE                              Sports medicine, athletic training,
                                                   strength and conditioning.
HARLAN ETHERIDGE, PH.D.                                • Department and Title:
Use of artificial intelligence in business,               Kinesiology, Athletic Training
such as neural networks.                                  Program Director
   • Department and Title:                             • Office: 337-482-6283
       Accounting, Associate Professor                 • E-mail: tldore@louisiana.edu
   • Office: 337-482-6206
   • E-mail: harlan@louisiana.edu                  SCOTT A. FARMER
                                                   Duties of an athletics director, bowl
                                                   games, NCAA Division I-A, athletic
                                                   funding, athletic certification, Ragin’
            ATHLETICS                              Cajun Athletic Foundation.
                                                       • Department: Athletics, Senior
ANTHONY BABINEAUX                                          Associate Athletic Director
Baseball strategies, field maintenance.                • Office: 337-482-5393
   • Department and Title:                             • E-mail: sfarmer@louisiana.edu
      Athletics/Baseball, Assistant
      Director for Grounds                         CONNIE LAVERGNE
   • Office: 337-482-6093                          Directed national training facility for
   • Home: 337-654-6930                            judo.
   • E-mail: ragincajun16@cox-                        • Department and Title:
      internet.com                                        Kinesiology, Instructor
                                                      • Office: 337-482-6560
BRIAN J. CAMPBELL, PH.D.                              • E-mail: judo@louisiana.edu
Variables that play major roles in why
athletes choose certain movement                   RICK LEBATO
patterns for sport.                                Men’s basketball.
    • Department and Title:                           • Department and Title: Men’s
        Kinesiology, Associate Professor                 Basketball, Assistant Coach
    • Office: 337-482-6461                            • Office: 337-262-1548
    • E-mail: campbell@louisiana.edu                  • E-mail: coachleb@louisiana.edu

DANNY K. COTTONHAM                                 CONNIE STOVER
Academics and athletics, competing                 Development of students’ abilities in
athletically and academically,                     tennis.
improving grade point averages and                    • Department and Title:
graduation rates for athletes.                             Kinesiology, Tennis Instructor
    • Department and Title: Student                   • Office: 337-482-1334
        Athlete Academic Center,                      • Home: 337-898-3888
        Director                                      • E-mail: cbs3148@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-6803
    • Home: 337-232-1964
    • E-mail: dkc8114@louisiana.edu




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    ATHLETIC TRAINING                                  ATOMIC PHYSICS

BRIAN J. CAMPBELL, PH.D.                        GARY A. GLASS, PH.D.
Variables that play major roles in why          Ion-atom collisions, ion beams,
athletes choose certain movement                materials analysis, high-energy focused
patterns for sport.                             ion beams, microlithography, ion
    • Department and Title:                     accelerators.
        Kinesiology, Associate Professor            • Department and Title: Physics,
    • Office: 337-482-6461                             Professor; Louisiana
    • E-mail: campbell@louisiana.edu                   Accelerator Center, Director
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6184
J. MIKE DAWSON                                      • E-mail: glass@louisiana.edu
Athletic training, sports medicine,
physical activity and rehabilitation.
   • Department and Title:                                    AUTISM
       Kinesiology, Instructor
   • Office: 337-482-5641                       JOHN W. OLLER, PH.D.
   • E-mail: mdawson@louisiana.edu              Diagnosis, treatment and etiology of
                                                autism.
TOBY DORE’, PH.D.                                   • Department and Title:
Sports medicine, athletic training,                     Communicative Disorders,
strength and conditioning, tennis and                   Professor and Doris B.
running.                                                Hawthorne/BORSF
    • Department and Title:                             Professorship in Communicative
       Kinesiology, Athletic Training                   Disorders IV
       Program Director                             • Cell: 337-962-4649
    • Office: 337-482-6283                          • Home: 337-883-2268
    • E-mail: tldore@louisiana.edu                  • E-mail: joller@louisiana.edu

B. J. DUPLANTIS JR.
Health, athletic training and exercise
science.
    • Department and Title: Athletics,
       Assistant Athletic Trainer
    • Office: 337-482-6523
    • E-mail: bjd@louisiana.edu
CONNIE LAVERGNE
Sports administration, walking
programs and judo.
    • Department and Title:
       Kinesiology, Instructor
    • Office: 337-482-6560
    • E-mail: judo@louisiana.edu




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   AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN                                        BASEBALL

JEROME MALINOWSKI                               ANTHONY BABINEAUX
Industrial designer for the automotive          Baseball strategies, field maintenance.
and electronic consumer product                    • Department and Title:
industry in U.S. and abroad, member                   Athletics/Baseball, Assistant
of design team for Ford Mustang, USA                  Director for Grounds
Olympic bobsled design 1988, 1992;                 • Office: 337-482-6093
Olympian on the 1988 Olympic team.                 • Home: 337-654-6930
    • Department and Title:                        • E-mail: ragincajun16@cox-
        Architecture and Design,                      internet.com
        Professor
    • Office: 337-482-5311
   • E-mail: jjm4062@louisiana.edu
    •                                                     BASKETBALL

                                                RICK LEBATO
                                                Men’s basketball.




               B
                                                   • Department and Title: Men’s
                                                      Basketball, Assistant Coach
                                                   • Office: 337-262-1548
                                                   • E-mail: coachleb@louisiana.edu


                                                         BILINGUALISM

       BANK BAILOUTS                            NICOLE MUELLER, PH.D.
                                                Issues related to speaking more than
                                                one language – particularly, bilingual
LINUS WILSON, PH.D.
                                                language development and disorders of
Corporate finance, financial
                                                speech and language associated with
contracting, industrial organization and
                                                aging.
bank bailouts.
                                                    • Department and Title:
   • Department and Title:
                                                        Communicative Disorders,
       Economics and Finance,
                                                        Associate Professor
       Assistant Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6489
   • Office: 337-482-6209
                                                    • E-mail: nmueller@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail:
       linuswilson@louisiana.edu




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  BIOLOGICAL WARFARE                              PAUL L. KLERKS, PH.D.
                                                  Long-term effects of environmental
ERIC R. TAYLOR, PH.D.                             contaminants and other stressors on
Use, employment, defenses against                 natural aquatic species and the ecology
weapons of mass destruction and                   of exotic species.
terrorism.                                            • Department and Title: Biology,
    • Department and Title:                               Associate Professor
        Chemistry, Associate Professor                • Office: 337-482-6356
    • Office: 337-482-6738                            • E-mail: klerks@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: ertaylor@louisiana.edu
                                                  MAURICIO RODRIGUEZ-LANETTY,
                                                  PH.D.
             BIOLOGY                              Ecological DNA, cell biology and
                                                  physiology of coral reef symbioses,
JAMES ALBERT, PH.D.                               rapid evolution in coral reef systems.
Fish biology.                                        • Department and Title: Biology,
   • Department and Title: Biology,                      Assistant Professor
       Assistant Professor                           • Office: 337-482-6755
   • Office: 337-482-6627                            • E-mail: mxr0777@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail: jalbert@louisiana.edu

LEWIS DEATON, PH.D.                                         BIOPROCESS
Biology of snails, clams, oysters, octopi;                 ENGINEERING
harmful algal blooms, effects on
shellfish.                                        MARK E. ZAPPI, PH.D.
    • Department and Title: Biology,              Use of living organisms to produce
        Associate Professor                       chemicals that are of industrial value.
    • Office: 337-482-6549                           • Department and Title: College
    • E-mail: led9784@louisiana.edu                      of Engineering, Dean; Chemical
                                                         Engineering, Professor
SCOTT C. FRANCE, PH.D.                               • Office: 337-482-6685
Part of ocean deeper than 600 feet,                  • E-mail: zappi@louisiana.edu
organisms that live in this habitat –
particularly invertebrates and deep-sea
corals.
   • Department and Title: Biology,
        Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6320
   • E-mail: france@louisiana.edu




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            BUSINESS                           ROY HOLLEMAN
                                               Business development, business
PAULA CARSON, PH.D.                            incubators (feasibility and operations),
Employee pay structures, levels and            non-profit management.
benefits.                                         • Department and Title:
   • Department and Title:                            Enterprise Center of Louisiana,
       Management, Professor                          Director
   • Office: 337-482-5754                         • Office: 337-896-9115
   • Home: 337-983-2448                           • E-mail: roy@ecol.org
   • E-mail: plp6475@louisiana.edu
                                               RAMESH KOLLURU, PH.D.
CORINNE DUPUY                                  Economic development, software
Louisiana manufacturing, including             development, applied research,
helping companies become more                  supercomputing, visualization.
efficient, resilient and competitive in           • Department and Title: Center
global market; product development;                   for Business and Information
energy reduction; and exporting.                      Technologies, Director
    • Department and Title:                       • Office: 337-482-0611
        Manufacturing Extension                   • Home: 337-233-8766,
        Partnership of Louisiana,                 • Cell: 337-739-1579
        Director                                  • E-mail: kolluru@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-6714
    • E-mail: cdupuy@louisiana.edu             JOBY JOHN, PH.D.
                                               Advertising management, consumer
MARK GALYEAN                                   behavior, international marketing,
Business planning for start ups or             promotion strategy, marketing, sales
expansion of services, operations              management and services marketing.
management, entrepreneurial training,             • Department and Title: B.I.
regulatory compliance, marketing,                     Moody III College of Business
purchasing, financial analysis,                       Administration, Dean
technology management, patents and                • Office: 337-482-6491
trademarks and human resources.                   • E-mail: jjohn@louisiana.edu
    • Department and Title: Small
       Business Development Center,            SHERRIE B. MULLINS
       Director                                Government contracting; providing
    • Office: 337-262-1076                     assistance to Louisiana businesses.
    • Home Phone: 337-962-5014                     • Department and Title:
    • E-mail: mgalyean@louisiana.edu                   Louisiana Procurement
                                                       Technical Center, Program
                                                       Director
                                                   • Office 337-482-5790
                                                   • E-mail: sherlm@louisiana.edu




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NATHAN J. THORNTON JR.                          WILLIAM CHIRDON, PH.D.
Financing a new or expanding                    Polymers, plastics, biomaterials and
business; traditional and non-                  heat transfer.
traditional lending.                               • Department and Title: Chemical
    • Department and Title: Small                       Engineering, Assistant
        Business Development Center,                    Professor
        Senior Business Consultant                 • Office: 337-482-6564
    • Office: 337-262-1076                         • E-mail: wchirdon@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: nathan@louisiana.edu
                                                YEN-SHAN LIU, PH.D.
MICHAEL WAYNE TOTARO, PH.D.                     Applications of quantum mechanical
Business process modeling and design            and molecular mechanical methods
to increase value of products and/or            based on Density Functional.
services to target customers.                      • Department and Title: Chemical
    • Department and Title: Business                   Engineering, Assistant
        Systems, Analysis and                          Professor
        Technology, Assistant Professor            • Office: 337-482-5052
    • Office: 337-482-5151                         • E-mail: ysl@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: miket@louisiana.edu




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                                                    CHEMICAL WARFARE

                                                ERIC R. TAYLOR, PH.D.
                                                Use, employment, defenses against
                                                weapons of mass destruction and
                                                terrorism.
                                                    • Department and Title:
                                                        Chemistry, Associate Professor
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING                                • Office: 337-482-6738
                                                    • E-mail: ertaylor@louisiana.edu
RAKESH BAJPAI, PH.D.
Production of biofuels, renewable fuels,                  CHEMISTRY
chemicals from renewable resources,
fermentation products and                       SALAH S. MASSOUD, PH.D.
pharmaceuticals.                                Material sciences, catalyses of
   • Department and Title: Chemical             inorganic biological molecules.
      Engineering, Professor and                    • Department and Title:
      Engineering Eminent Scholar in                   Chemistry, Associate Professor
      Manufacturing                                 • Office: 337-482-5672
   • Office: 337-482-5910                           • Home: 337-216-0352
   • Home: 225-366-1350                             • E-mail:
   • E-mail: bajpair@louisiana.edu                     ssmassoud@louisiana.edu




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          CHILDBIRTH                                   CHOOSING A LIFE
                                                          PARTNER
ANNE B. BROUSSARD, PH.D.
Strategies and philosophies of labor             KATHRYN ELLIOT, PH.D.
support to facilitate natural childbirth.        Developing criteria for a life partner.
   • Department and Title: Nursing,                • Department and Title:
       Professor and Iberia General                    Psychology, Assistant Professor
       Hospital and Medical                        • Office: 337-482-6595
       Center/BORSF Professorship                  • Home: 337-234-8221
       in Nursing                                  • E-mail: kje2027@louisiana.edu
   • Office: 337-482-5645
   • Home: 337-984-9911
   • E-mail: abb9538@louisiana.edu
                                                          CIVIL RIGHTS
   CHILDHOOD OBESITY                             RICK SWANSON, PH.D., J.D.
                                                 U.S. politics, Supreme Court politics,
CHARITY BRYAN, PH.D.                             civil liberties, civil rights.
Childhood and adolescent physical                    • Department and Title: Political
activity and obesity.                                     Science, Professor
    • Department and Title:                          • Office: 337-482-6164
        Kinesiology, Assistant Professor             • E-mail: ras2777@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-6282
    • E-mail: cxb4512@louisiana.edu

PRAPHUL JOSHI, PH.D.                                     CIVIL WAR ERA
Research in adolescent health: obesity
prevention, teen pregnancy, risk                 JUDITH F. GENTRY, PH.D.
behaviors; and chronic diseases: stroke,         U.S. military history, U.S. women’s
heart disease.                                   history, Civil War Era, Reconstruction
   • Department and Title:                       Era (Post-Civil War), U.S. economic
       Kinesiology, Assistant Professor          history.
   • Office: 337-482-6463                            • Department and Title: History
   • E-mail: joshi@louisiana.edu                        and Geography, Professor
                                                     • Office: 337-482-6049
                                                     • Home: 337-837-1306
                                                     • E-mail: jfgentry@louisiana.edu
    CHINESE LANGUAGE

MANDY WANG, PH.D.
Learning Chinese as a second language.
   • Department and Title:
      Curriculum and Instruction,
      Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-1511
   • E-mail: mwang@louisiana.edu




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   COASTAL WETLANDS                             ANITA WIMBERLEY, PH.D.
                                                Promoting college access and retention
EHAB A. MESELHE, PH.D.                          for low-income and/or first-generation
Hydro-ecological modeling, coastal              students seeking post-secondary
wetlands, estuarine and riverine                education.
systems hydraulics and hydrologic                   • Department and Title:
science; computational hydraulics and                  Department of Special Services,
fluid dynamics; contaminant and                        Director
sediment transport.                                 • Office: 337-482-6613
    • Department and Title: Civil                   • E-mail: anwl666@louisiana.edu
        Engineering, Associate
        Professor
    • Office: 337-482-0613                              COMMUNITY
    • E-mail: meselhe@louisiana.edu                   REVITALIZATION

                                                HECTOR LASALA
      COLLEGE ACCESS                            Service Learning/Community Design: a
                                                design-build studio where faculty and
DANNY K. COTTONHAM                              students address and engage
Academics and athletics, competing              community needs.
athletically and academically;                      • Department and Title:
improving grade point averages and                     Architecture and Design,
graduation rates; athletic scholarships.               Professor
    • Department and Title: Student                 • Office: 337-482-6225
        Athlete Academic Center,                    • Home: 337-234-2553
        Director                                    • E-mail: hector@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-6803
    • Home: 337-232-1964                        THOMAS C. SAMMONS
    • E-mail: dkc8114@louisiana.edu             Director of the Community Design
                                                Workshop, which assists communities
ALTERMAN “CHIP” JACKSON                         with revitalization through urban
Navigating the college admissions               design, architecture and planning.
process, emphasis on college success                • Department and Title:
and mentoring college students.                        Architecture and Design,
   • Department and Title:                             Professor; Community Design
       Enrollment Services, Director                   Workshop, Director
   • Office: 337-482-5687                           • Office: 337-482-5310
   • E-mail: chipj@louisiana.edu                    • Home: 337-856-0619
                                                    • E-mail: tcs3147@louisiana.edu




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   COMPUTER GRAPHICS                          MAGDY A. BAYOUMI, PH.D.
                                              Computer technologies, communication
TIMOTHY RODEN, PH.D.                          technologies, sensing technologies,
Use of the latest computing technology        sensor nodes, capabilities of sensing,
for applications in entertainment.            data processing, monitoring sensors in
    • Department and Title: Center            industrial facilities, management of
       for Advanced Computer                  energy applications to military and
       Studies, Assistant Professor           security fields.
    • Office: 337-482-5697                        • Department and Title: Center
    • E-mail:                                        for Advanced Computer
       troden@cacs.louisiana.edu                     Studies, Director and Professor;
                                                     Computer Science Department,
                                                     Director
  COMPUTER NETWORKS                               • Office: 337-482-6147
                                                  • E-mail: mab@cacs.louisiana.edu
HONGYI WU, PH.D.
Wireless communication and mobile             KEMAL EFE, PH.D.
computing.                                    Internet search engines, search
   • Department and Title: Center             algorithms, information retrieval, user
       for Advanced Computer                  interfaces.
       Studies, Assistant Professor               • Department and Title: Center
   • Office: 337-482-5779                             for Advanced Computer
   • E-mail: wu@cacs.louisiana.edu                    Studies, Associate Professor
                                                  • Office: 337-482-6876
                                                  • Home: 337-857-7470
                                                  • E-mail: efe@cacs.louisiana.edu
    COMPUTER SCIENCE
                                              MIAO JIN, PH.D.
IHSSAN ALKADI, PH.D.                          3-D geometry processing and analysis
Programming, viruses, worms,                  with applications in computer graphics,
computer problems.                            computer vision, computational
   • Department and Title: Business           conformal geometry, medical imaging
      Systems, Analysis and                   and geometric modeling.
      Technologies, Assistant                    • Department and Title: Center
      Professor                                      for Advanced Computer
   • Office: 337-482-5378                            Studies, Assistant Professor
   • E-mail: ialkadi@louisiana.edu               • Office: 337-482-1679
                                                 • E-mail: mjin@cacs.louisiana.edu

                                              ZONGHUAN WU, PH.D.
                                              Information retrieval, web search.
                                                  • Department and Title: Center
                                                    for Advanced Computer
                                                    Studies, Research Scientist
                                                  • Office: 337-482-5243
                                                  • E-mail: zwu@cacs.louisiana.edu



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   COMPUTER SECURITY                            RYAN LEE TETEN, PH.D.
                                                Campaigns, elections, the U.S.
IHSSAN ALKADI, PH.D.                            presidency, U.S. Congress, political
Programming, viruses, worms,                    behavior, political communication and
computer problems.                              political socialization.
   • Department and Title: Business                 • Department and Title: Political
      Systems, Analysis and                             Science, Assistant Professor,
      Technologies, Assistant                           Anthony Moroux/BORSF
      Professor                                         Professorship in Political
   • Office: 337-482-5378                               Science II
   • E-mail: ialkadi@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-6165
                                                    • E-mail: rlt5683@louisiana.edu
ARUN LAKHOTIA, PH.D.
Attack on computers by viruses,
worms, other malicious computer
programs.                                              CONSTRUCTION
   • Department and Title: Center
       for Advanced Computer                    WILLIAM CRIST
       Studies, Associate Professor             Updates on the various construction
   • Office: 337-482-6766                       projects on the UL Lafayette campus.
   • Home: 337-781-8376                            • Department and Title: Physical
   • E-mail: arun@louisiana.edu                        Plant, Director
                                                   • Office: 337-482-2001
                                                   • E-mail: wjc4092@louisiana.edu
            CONGRESS

PEARSON CROSS, PH.D.
Elections; voting; institutions such as                   CORROSION
the U.S. presidency; U.S. Congress;
redistricting; representation; state and        JAMES D. GARBER, PH.D.
local government, including                     Corrosion processes in various
governmental forms, home rule,                  industries, such as oil and gas; DOTD;
petitions.                                      and U.S. Army; mechanism and
    • Department and Title: Political           prevention of corrosion processes; and
        Science, Assistant Professor            interpretation of causes of failure that
    • Office: 337-482-6162                      occur in industry.
    • Home: 337-356-3301                            • Department and Title: Chemical
    • E-mail: pearson@louisiana.edu                    Engineering, Professor;
                                                       Corrosion Research Center,
                                                       Director
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6151
                                                    • E-mail: garber@louisiana.edu




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         COUNSELING                           RHONDA D. EVANS, PH.D.
                                              Sexual violence, domestic violence,
KENNETH J. BENEDIK                            managing sex offenders, gender and
Relationships; meaning and purpose in         justice.
life.                                             • Department and Title: Criminal
     • Department and Title:                           Justice, Associate Professor
       Kinesiology, Instructor                    • Office: 337-482-1249
     • Office: 337-482-6280                       • E-mail: rde8498@louisiana.edu
     • Home: 337-235-2304
     • E-mail: kjb5997@louisiana.edu          CRAIG J. FORSYTH, PH.D.
                                              Death penalty, deviant behavior.
KATHRYN ELLIOT, PH.D.                           • Department and Title: Criminal
Relationship skills, marriage, high-                Justice, Professor
voltage relationships, depression,              • Office: 337-482-5372
anxiety, recovery.                              • Home: 337-264-7391
    • Department and Title:                     • E-mail: cjf5714@louisiana.edu
       Psychology, Assistant Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6595                    SCOTT MIRE, PH.D.
    • Home: 337-234-8221                      Matters related to criminal justice and
    • E-mail: kje2027@louisiana.edu           law enforcement.
                                                 • Department and Title: Criminal
JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.                                   Justice, Assistant Professor
Addiction and recovery, marriage and             • Office: 337-482-6172
family therapy, teaching and learning.           • Home: 337-250-5798
   • Department and Title:                       • E-mail: smm6281@louisiana.edu
        Educational Foundations and
        Leadership/Counselor
        Education, Assistant Professor            CRISIS MANAGEMENT
   • Office: 337-482-1010
   • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu             JULIE SIMON-DRONET
                                              Crisis communications; management of
CRIME/CRIMINAL JUSTICE                        public relations efforts of an institution.
                                                 • Department and Title:
CHRIS DELAY                                           Communications and
Crime scenes, police, law, evidence,                  Marketing, Director
organized crime, murder, criminal                • Office: 337-482-6397
investigation.                                   • Home: 337-981-6557
   • Department and Title: Criminal              • E-mail:
        Justice, Instructor                           juliedronet@louisiana.edu
   • Office: 337-482-5691
   • E-mail: delay@louisiana.edu




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SHANNON STROTHER                                   DEATH PENALTY
Management of complex international
and national manmade and/or natural          CRAIG J. FORSYTH, PH.D.
disasters.                                   Death penalty and deviant behavior.
    • Department and Title:                    • Department and Title: Criminal
        NIMSAT Institute, Applied                  Justice, Professor
        Research and Outreach                  • Office: 337-482-5372
        Manager                                • Home: 337-264-7391
    • Office: 337-482-0613                     • E-mail: cjf5714@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: sstrother@louisiana.edu

JANICE G. WEBER, PH.D.
Crisis assessment, intervention and
                                                       DEMENTIA
follow up.
                                             NICOLE MUELLER, PH.D.
    • Department and Title:
                                             How dementia affects the ability to
        Sociology and Anthropology
                                             communicate with family and friends.
        (Child and Family Studies),
                                                • Department and Title:
        Associate Professor
                                                  Communicative Disorders,
    • Office: 337-482-6096
                                                  Associate Professor
    • E-mail: jweber@louisiana.edu
                                                • Office: 337-482-6489
                                                • E-mail: nmueller@louisiana.edu




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                                                          DESIGN

                                             HECTOR LASALA
                                             Service Learning/Community Design: a
                                             design-build studio where faculty and
                                             students address and engage
                                             community needs.
             DANCE                               • Department and Title:
                                                    Architecture and Design,
MAY WAGGONER, PH.D.                                 Professor
Renaissance Cadienne, researched                 • Office: 337-482-6225
songs and dances from as far back as             • Home: 337-234-2553
1800.                                            • E-mail: hector@louisiana.edu
   • Department and Title: Modern
       Languages, Associate Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5451
   • E-mail: mwagg@louisiana.edu




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JEROME MALINOWSKI                                     DIGITAL MEDIA
Industrial design for the automotive
and electronic consumer industry in            H. GORDON BROOKS II, PH.D.
U.S. and abroad, member of design              Digital video production and
team for Ford Mustang, USA Olympic             documentary film.
bobsled design 1988, 1992; Olympian               • Department and Title: College
on the 1988 Olympic team.                             of the Arts, Dean and Professor
    • Department and Title:                       • Office: 337-482-6224
       Architecture and Design,                   • Home: 337-234-2367
       Professor                                  • E-mail: gbrooks@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-5311
    • E-mail: jjm4062@louisiana.edu            CHARLES E. RICHARD
                                               Creative communications utilizing
BRIAN POWELL                                   moving image media - most commonly
Design of interior environments,               film, video games, simulations;
furniture, lighting and chair design.          documentary filmmaking.
   • Department and Title:                         • Department and Title: English,
       Architecture and Design,                        Associate Professor; Cinematic
       Associate Professor                             Arts Workshop, Director
   • Office: 337-482-6226                          • Office: 337-482-5474
   • E-mail: powell@louisiana.edu                  • Home: 337-233-9026
                                                   • E-mail: cerichard@louisiana.edu
THOMAS C. SAMMONS
Community Design Workshop, which
assists communities with revitalization
through urban design, architecture and                    DIVERSITY
planning.
    • Department and Title:                    DANIEL CRING
        Architecture and Design,               Human biological diversity, racism and
        Professor; Community Design            social discrimination.
        Workshop, Director                         • Department and Title:
    • Office: 337-482-5310                             Sociology and Anthropology,
    • Home: 337-856-0619                               Instructor
    • E-mail: tcs3147@louisiana.edu                • Office: 337-482-5370
                                                   • Home: 337-482-988-2512
                                                   • E-mail: cring@louisiana.edu
    DEVIANT BEHAVIOR                           KATHLEEN M. HANDY, PH.D.
                                               Cultural diversity, race relations.
CRAIG J. FORSYTH, PH.D.                           • Department and Title:
Deviant behavior and death penalty.                   Sociology and Anthropology,
  • Department and Title: Criminal                    Professor
      Justice, Professor and                      • Office: 337-482-6044
      Department Head                             • E-mail: handy@louisiana.edu
  • Office: 337-482-5372
  • Home: 337-264-7391
  • E-mail: cjf5714@louisiana.edu


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                                                            DYING
ALTERMAN “CHIP” JACKSON
College admissions process, emphasis          DONNA M. GAUTHIER, PH.D.
on college success and mentoring,             Pain management, end-of-life care,
especially minority students.                 living wills.
   • Department and Title:                        • Department and Title: Nursing,
        Enrollment Services, Director                 Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5687                         • Office: 337-482-5639
   • E-mail: chipj@louisiana.edu                  • E-mail: dmg6362@louisiana.edu

JENNIFER JACKSON, PH.D.



                                                            E
Issues related to diversity, mentoring
at-risk students.
    • Department and Title: Campus
        Diversity, Executive Director
    • Office: 337-482-6464
    • E-mail: jjackson@louisiana.edu

TONI SIMS, PH.D.                                  EARLY CHILDHOOD
Race and ethnicity, social class.                    EDUCATION
   • Department and Title:
      Sociology and Anthropology,             ELIZABETH PINKETT, PH.D
      Assistant Professor                     Early childhood education and
   • Office: 337-482-6180                     development of children, infants to 8
   • E-mail: tys5825@louisiana.edu            years; curriculum; early literacy;
                                              assessment and testing; national and
                                              international issues.
   DOMESTIC VIOLENCE                              • Department and Title:
                                                      Curriculum and Instruction,
RHONDA D. EVANS, PH.D.                                Professor
Sexual violence, domestic violence,               • Office: 337-482-6719
managing sex offenders, gender and                • Home: 337-264-9422
justice.                                          • E-mail: pinkett@louisiana.edu
    • Department and Title: Criminal
         Justice, Associate Professor         MARY A. SCIARAFFA, PH.D.
    • Office: 337-482-1249                    Administration, management and
   • E-mail: rde8498@louisiana.edu
    •                                         leadership of Early Childhood
                                              Education programs and curriculum
                                              development.
                                                  • Department and Title:
                                                     Sociology and Anthropology
                                                     (Child and Family Studies),
                                                     Assistant Professor
                                                  • Office: 337-482-5709
                                                  • E-mail: msci@louisiana.edu




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BILLY R. STOKES, ED.D.                                   EAST INDIES
Impact of high-quality early education
on children’s success in school,               BENEDICTE MAUGUIERE, PH.D.
workplace and community; special               French cultures and literatures of
education; and longitudinal studies,           Canada, Indian Ocean (Madagascar,
which follow individuals from cradle to        Mauritius, Reunion, Comoros) Pacific
career.                                        Isles (French Polynesia), Vietnam.
   • Department and Title: Picard                  • Department and Title: Modern
        Center for Child Development                   Languages, Professor
        and Lifelong Learning,                     • Office: 337-482-5452
        Executive Director                         • Home: 337-233-1531
   • Office: 337-482-1567                          • E-mail: bmauguiere@cox.net,
   • E-mail:                                           bnm1992@louisiana.edu
        billy.stokes@louisiana.edu

MANDY WANG, PH.D.
Head Start Program, teacher
                                                    EATING DISORDERS
education, curriculum and instruction
of children.                                   THERESA A. WOZENCRAFT, PH.D.
    • Department and Title:                    Eating disorders, including anorexia
        Curriculum and Instruction,            nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge
        Assistant Professor                    eating.
    • Office: 337-482-1511                         • Department and Title:
    • E-mail: mwang@louisiana.edu                      Psychology, Assistant Professor
                                                   • Office: 337-482-6599
JANICE G. WEBER, PH.D.                             • E-mail:
Helping parents communicate with                       wozencraft@louisiana.edu
children about war and other national
trauma.
    • Department and Title:                             ECONOMIC
       Sociology and Anthropology                      DEVELOPMENT
       (Child and Family Studies),
       Associate Professor                     CORINNE DUPUY
    • Office: 337-482-6096                     Louisiana manufacturing, including
    • E-mail: jweber@louisiana.edu             helping companies become more
                                               efficient, resilient and competitive in
                                               global market; product development;
                                               energy reduction; and exporting.
                                                   • Department and Title:
                                                       Manufacturing Extension
                                                       Partnership of Louisiana,
                                                       Director
                                                   • Office: 337-482-6714
                                                   • E-mail: cdupuy@louisiana.edu




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ROY HOLLEMAN                                  WILLIAM L. FERGUSON, PH.D.
Economic development for                      Valuation of commercial and personal
communities, business development,            damages, wrongful death, lost profits,
business incubators (feasibility and          extra expenses, general litigation
operations), non-profit management.           support.
   • Department and Title:                        • Department and Title:
       Enterprise Center of Louisiana,               Economics and Finance, G.
       Director                                      Frank Purvis Jr./BORSF
   • Office: 337-896-9115                            Eminent Scholar Endowed
   • E-mail: roy@ecol.org                            Chair of Insurance and Risk
                                                     Management
RAMESH KOLLURU, PH.D.                             • Office: 337-482-6664
Economic development, information                 • Home: 337-298-9341
technology, software development,                 • E-mail: ferguson@louisiana.edu
technology transfer, applied research,
supercomputing, visualization.                JUDITH F. GENTRY, PH.D.
    • Department and Title: Center            U.S. economic history, U.S. military
       for Business and Information           history, U.S. women’s history, Civil
       Technologies, Director                 War, Reconstruction Era (Post-Civil
    • Office: 337-482-0611                    War).
    • Home: 337-233-8766                          • Department and Title: History
    • Cell: 337-739-1579                             and Geography, Professor
    • E-mail: kolluru@louisiana.edu               • Office: 337-482-6049
                                                  • Home: 337-837-1306
                                                  • E-mail: jfgentry@louisiana.edu
          ECONOMICS                           ANTHONY J. GRECO, PH.D.
                                              Local and national economic
DEERGHA ADHIKARI, PH.D.
                                              conditions, trends, likely future
Labor market forecasting.
                                              economic conditions, computation of
   • Department and Title:
                                              economic impacts.
      Economics and Finance,
                                                 • Department and Title:
      Assistant Professor
                                                     Economics and Finance,
   • Office: 337-482-6845
                                                     Professor, Acadian Business
   • Home: 337-456-4545
                                                     Economist/BORSF
   • E-mail: dra1419@lousiana.edu
                                                     Professorship in Economics
                                                 • Office: 337-482-6669
                                                 • E-mail: ajg1979@louisiana.edu

                                              NANCY RUMORE
                                              Macroeconomics and microeconomics.
                                                • Department and Title:
                                                    Economics and Finance,
                                                    Instructor
                                                • Office: 337-482-6667
                                                • E-mail: ncr2076@louisiana.edu



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SARAH J. SKINNER, PH.D.                         PAULA CARSON, PH.D.
Cultural economics, applied                     Evaluating the degree to which
microeconomics.                                 students master learning objectives on
   • Department and Title:                      campus and beyond.
       Economics and Finance,                      • Department and Title:
       Assistant Professor                             Management, Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6630                          • Office: 337-482-5754
   • E-mail: sskinner@louisiana.edu                • Home: 337-983-2448
                                                   • E-mail: plp6475@louisiana.edu
JOHN KEITH WATSON, PH.D.
Microeconomic issues and policies.              FRANK DELFAVERO, PH.D.
   • Department and Title:                      School improvement, student
      Economics and Finance,                    performance data analysis,
      Associate Professor                       standardized testing.
   • Office: 337-482-5727                           • Department and Title:
   • E-mail: jkw2465@louisiana.edu                     Educational Foundations and
                                                       Leadership, Assistant Professor
LINUS WILSON, PH.D.                                 • Office: 337-482-6745
Corporate finance, financial                        • Home: 337-984-6547
contracting, industrial organization and            • E-mail:
bank bailouts.                                         fdelfavero@louisiana.edu
   • Department and Title:
       Economics and Finance,                   CHARLES A. DUNCAN, PH.D.
       Assistant Professor                      Activity pedagogy and teacher
   • Office: 337-482-6209                       preparation; all aspects of helping
   • E-mail:                                    children be physically active and
       linuswilson@louisiana.edu                healthy.
                                                    • Department and Title:
          EDUCATION                                    Kinesiology, Associate Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6533
GERALD CARLSON, PH.D.                               • E-mail: caduncan@louisiana.edu
Education reform.
   • Department and Title: College              DO KUYN KIM, PH.D.
      of Education, Dean                        Entertainment education, climate
   • Office: 337-482-6678                       change curriculum building.
   • Home: 337-984-7337                            • Department and Title:
   • E-mail: gcarlson@louisiana.edu                    Communication, Assistant
                                                       Professor
KERRY CARSON, PH.D.                                • Office: 337-482-6932
Service learning for college students              • E-mail:
starting at the freshman level,                        kimcomm@louisiana.edu
university accreditation.
    • Department and Title:
        Management, Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6866
    • E-mail: kcarson@louisiana.edu



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CONNIE LAVERGNE                              PAULA S. MONTGOMERY, PH.D.
Coaching education, teaching games           Assisting emerging and current
and sports.                                  educational leaders in the areas of
   • Department and Title:                   school management, leadership styles,
       Kinesiology, Instructor               leadership models and theories and the
   • Office: 337-482-6560                    development of a high-performing
   • E-mail: judo@louisiana.edu              school culture.
                                                 • Department and Title:
YUXIN MA, PH.D.                                      Educational Foundations and
Using technology to enhance teaching                 Leadership, Department Head
and learning.                                        and Assistant Professor
   • Department and Title:                       • Office: 337-482-6680
       Curriculum and Instruction,               • Home: 337-365-2815
       Assistant Professor                       • E-mail:
   • Office: 337-482-1620                            pmontgomery@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail: yma@louisiana.edu
                                             NATHAN ROBERTS, PH.D.
NANCY WILLIAMSON MANUEL, PH.D.               Education law and special education
Designs and implementation of                law issues, K-12 education, student
evaluation and research models for           rights, teacher rights and school
Reading First and K-12 Literacy Pilot        policies.
programs for the Louisiana State                 • Department and Title:
Department of Education; developing                  Educational Foundations and
and implementing various literacy                    Leadership, Associate Professor
programs; securing grants for the                • Office: 337-482-5264
establishment of early childhood/                • E-mail: nroberts@louisiana.edu
elementary services.
    • Department and Title: Picard           ROBERT O. SLATER, PH.D.
        Center for Child Development         American teachers and their beliefs and
        and Lifelong Learning,               values.
        Coordinator of Best Practices            • Department and Title:
    • Office: 337-482-1569                           Educational Foundations and
    • E-mail:                                        Leadership, Professor
        nancy.manuel@louisiana.edu               • Office: 337-862-1513
                                                 • Home: 979-777-8086
VINCENT MIHOLIC, PH.D.                           • E-mail: ros505@aol.com
Reading comprehension,
metacognition, writing and learning
practices.
   • Department and Title:
       Curriculum and Instruction,
       Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6405
   • Home: 337-560-9596
   • E-mail: vm@louisiana.edu




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BILLY R. STOKES, ED.D.                                     ELECTIONS
Impact of high-quality early education
on children’s success in school,               PEARSON CROSS, PH.D.
workplace and community; special               Elections; voting; institutions such as
education; and longitudinal studies,           the U.S. presidency; U.S. Congress;
which follow individuals from cradle to        redistricting; representation; all aspects
career.                                        of state and local government,
   • Department and Title: Picard              including governmental forms, home
        Center for Child Development           rule, petitions.
        and Lifelong Learning,                     • Department and Title: Political
        Executive Director                             Science, Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-1567                          • Office: 337-482-6162
   • E-mail:                                       • Home: 337-356-3301
        billy.stokes@louisiana.edu                 • E-mail: pearson@louisiana.edu

ROBIN WARD, PH.D.                              RYAN LEE TETEN, PH.D.
Teaching science in elementary school.         Campaigns, elections, the U.S.
   • Department and Title:                     presidency, U.S. Congress, political
      Curriculum and Instruction,              behavior, political communication and
      Assistant Professor                      political socialization.
   • Office: 337-482-5265                          • Department and Title: Political
   • Home: 337-857-6214                                Science, Assistant Professor,
   • E-mail: rward@louisiana.edu                      Anthony Moroux/BORSF
                                                      Memorial Professor in Political
ANITA WIMBERLEY, PH.D.                                Science II
English as a second language                      •   Office: 337-482-6165
pedagogy, computer applications and               •   E-mail: teten@louisiana.edu
effective curriculum.
    • Department and Title:
        Department of Special Services,
        Director                                         ELECTRICAL
    • Office: 337-482-6613                              ENGINEERING
    • E-mail: anwl666@louisiana.edu
                                               ROBERT R. HENRY, PH.D.
                                               Forensic engineering; expert in local,
                                               state, federal courts; faculty advisor for
                                               Cajun Advanced Picosatellite
                                               Experiment – a Earth-orbiting satellite
                                               developed by students.
                                                   • Department and Title: Electrical
                                                        and Computer Engineering,
                                                        Professor
                                                   • Office: 337-482-6572
                                                   • E-mail: henry@louisiana.edu




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R. P. JINDAL, PH.D.                           EMAD HABIB, PH.D.
Random noise in solid state devices;          Hydrology, earth sciences, rainfall
circuits and systems.                         remote sensing, statistical methods in
    • Department and Title: Electrical        hydro-science.
        and Computer Engineering, The            • Department and Title: Civil
        W. Hansen Hall and Mary                      Engineering, Assistant
        Officer Hall/BORSF Eminent                   Professor
        Scholar Memorial Endowed                 • Office: 337-482-0638
        Chair in Telecommunications              • E-mail: habib@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-6570
    • E-mail: jindal@louisiana.edu            MARK E. ZAPPI, PH.D.
                                              Treatment of hazardous wastes and
ZHONGQI PAN, PH.D.                            industrial waste streams using a variety
Optics and fiber communications.              of processes, such as biotechnology or
  • Department and Title: Electrical          chemical treatment.
       and Computer Engineering,                  • Department and Title: College
       Assistant Professor                           of Engineering, Dean; Chemical
  • Office: 337-482-5899                             Engineering, Professor
  • E-mail: zpan@louisiana.edu                    • Office: 337-482-6685
                                                  • E-mail: zappi@louisiana.edu

        ENGINEERING                                    ENROLLMENT
ALI GHALAMBOR, PH.D.                          ALTERMAN “CHIP” JACKSON
Well drilling and well completion             Navigating the college admissions
operations, which encompasses well            process, emphasis on college success,
control, sand management, formation           and mentoring minority college
damage control, underbalanced                 students.
drilling, and environmental                      • Department and Title:
considerations; mining engineering.                  Enrollment Services, Director
    • Department and Title:                      • Office: 337-482-5687
        Petroleum Engineering, Teche             • E-mail: chipj@louisiana.edu
        Chapter of American Petroleum
        Institute Endowed                         ENTREPRENEURSHIP
        Professorship in Petroleum
        Engineering                           RON CHEEK, PH.D.
    • Office: 337-482-6555                    Web-based approach to corporate
    • Home: 337-233-3517                      entrepreneurship that provides
    • E-mail: alig@louisiana.edu              organizations with unique information
                                              in real time.
                                                  • Department and Title:
                                                      Management, Associate
                                                      Professor
                                                  • Office: 337-482-5665
                                                  • Home: 337-296-7700
                                                  • E-mail: cheek@louisiana.edu


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MARK GALYEAN                                   ALI GHALAMBOR, PH.D.
Business planning for start ups or             Well drilling and well completion
expansion of services, operations              operations, which encompasses well
management, entrepreneurial training,          control, sand management, formation
regulatory compliance, marketing,              damage control, underbalanced
purchasing, financial analysis,                drilling, and environmental
technology management, patents and             considerations; mining engineering.
trademarks and human resources.                    • Department and Title:
    • Department and Title: Small                      Petroleum Engineering, Teche
       Business Development Center,                    Chapter of American Petroleum
       Director                                        Institute Endowed
    • Office: 337-262-1076                             Professorship in Petroleum
    • Home Phone: 337-962-5014                         Engineering
    • E-mail: mgalyean@louisiana.edu               • Office: 337-482-6555
                                                   • Home: 337-233-3517
                                                   • E-mail: alig@louisiana.edu
        ENVIRONMENT
                                               PAUL L. KLERKS, PH.D.
RAKESH BAJPAI, PH.D.                           Environmental pollution; effects of
Hazardous waste treatment; soil,               pollution in the environment on
surface water and groundwater                  organisms (environmental toxicology).
remediation; treatment of sites                    • Department and Title: Biology,
contaminated with explosives and                       Associate Professor
hydrocarbon solvents.                              • Office: 337-482-6356
    • Department and Title: Chemical               • E-mail: klerks@louisiana.edu
       Engineering, Engineering
       Eminent Scholar Trust Fund in           EHAB A. MESELHE, PH.D.
       Manufacturing                           Hydro-ecological modeling, coastal
    • Office: 337-482-5910                     wetlands, estuarine and riverine
    • Home: 225-366-1350                       systems hydraulics and hydrologic
    • E-mail: bajpair@louisiana.edu            science; computational hydraulics and
                                               fluid dynamics; contaminant and
BARBARA C. BENSON, PH.D.                       sediment transport.
Algae to biofuels and coastal sciences,            • Department and Title: Civil
alternative energy.                                    Engineering, Associate
    • Department and Title:                            Professor
       Renewable Resources, Assistant              • Office: 337-482-0613
       Professor                                   • E-mail: meselhe@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-5239
    • Home: 337-288-6361
    • E-mail:
       barbarabenson@louisiana.edu




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MARK E. ZAPPI, PH.D.                             SCOTT C. FRANCE, PH.D.
Treatment of hazardous wastes and                Evolutionary relationships among
industrial waste streams using a variety         marine invertebrates such as corals, sea
of processes such as biotechnology or            anemones; DNA sequencing;
chemical treatment.                              population genetics.
    • Department and Title: College                 • Department and Title: Biology,
       of Engineering, Dean; Chemical                   Professor
       Engineering, Professor                       • Office: 337-482-6320
    • Office: 337-482-6685                          • E-mail: france@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: zappi@louisiana.edu


              ETHICS




                                                                F
J. BROOKE HAMILTON III, PH.D.
Designing organizations to promote
ethics, medical ethics in a clinical
setting, organizational factors that
promote ethics in medical practice amd
ethics for individuals.
    • Department and Title:
        Management, Burdin Professor                  FILIPINO CULTURE
        of Professional Ethics, Associate
        Professor
                                                 GINA FE GARCIA CAUSIN, PH.D.
    • Office: 337-482-6427
                                                 Filipino culture, business and tourism,
    • Home: 337-235-6791
                                                 managed USAID-funded program with
    • E-mail: hamilton@louisiana.edu
                                                 U.S. agribusiness specialists and
                                                 Filipinos.
                                                     • Department and Title:
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY                                     Marketing and Hospitality,
                                                         Assistant Professor
JAMES ALBERT, PH.D.                                  • Office: 337-482-6132
Evolution of vertebrate sensory                      • E-mail: causin@louisiana.edu
systems, tropical biodiversity.
    • Department and Title: Biology,
       Assistant Professor                                       FILM
    • Office: 337-482-6627
    • E-mail: jalbert@louisiana.edu              H. GORDON BROOKS II, PH.D.
                                                 Digital video production and
                                                 documentary film.
                                                    • Department and Title: College
                                                        of the Arts, Dean and Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6224
                                                    • Home: 337-234-2367
                                                    • E-mail: gbrooks@louisiana.edu



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CAROLINE HUEY, PH.D.                          MARY FOX LUQUETTE
German movies and filmmaking in the           Stocks and bond valuation, financial
20th century.                                 statements, financial planning.
   • Department and Title: Modern                 • Department and Title:
       Languages, Assistant Professor                Economics and Finance,
   • Office: 337-482-5450                            Instructor
   • E-mail: chuey@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-6992
                                                  • Home: 337-277-8788
JERRY MCGUIRE, PH.D.                              • E-mail: fox@louisiana.edu
Contemporary poetry, poets; all
elements of film studies.                     LINUS WILSON, PH.D.
   • Department and Title: English,           Corporate finance, financial
      Associate Professor                     contracting, industrial organization and
   • Office: 337-482-5478                     bank bailouts.
   • E-mail: jlm8047@louisiana.edu               • Department and Title:
                                                     Economics and Finance,
CHARLES E. RICHARD                                   Assistant Professor
Creative communications utilizing                • Office: 337-482-6209
moving image media – most commonly               • E-mail:
film, video games, simulations;                      linuswilson@louisiana.edu
documentary filmmaking.
    • Department and Title: English,
        Associate Professor; Cinematic        FOLKLORE OF LOUISIANA
        Arts Workshop, Director
    • Office: 337-482-5474                    BARRY JEAN ANCELET, PH.D.
    • Home: 337-233-9026                      Louisiana folklore; oral tradition,
    • E-mail: cerichard@louisiana.edu         music, material culture, rituals, Mardi
                                              Gras.
                                                 • Department and Title: Modern
            FINANCE                                  Languages, Professor
                                                 • Office: 337-482-5447
WILLIAM L. FERGUSON, PH.D.                       • E-mail: ancelet@louisiana.edu
Personal and corporate finance.
   • Department and Title:                    MARCIA GAUDET, PH.D.
      Economics and Finance, G.               Folklore in Louisiana, including
      Frank Purvis Jr./BORSF                  festivals and holiday celebrations;
      Eminent Scholar Endowed                 narrative folklore; folklore and
      Chair of Insurance and Risk             literature; customs and culture;
      Management                              Carville, La., and Hansen’s disease.
   • Office: 337-482-6664                          • Department and Title: English,
   • Home: 337-298-9341                               Dr. Doris Meriwehter/BORSF
   • E-mail: ferguson@louisiana.edu                   Professorship in English
                                                   • Office: 337-482-5486
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JOHN LAUDUN, PH.D.                            MONICA L. WRIGHT, PH.D.
Cajun and Creole folklore, African-           Medieval French studies, early modern
American folklore, vernacular/folk            French studies.
architecture material, folk culture.             • Department and Title: Modern
   • Department and Title: English,                 Languages, Assistant Professor
       Assistant Professor                       • Office: 337-482-5436
   • Office: 337-482-5493                        • E-mail: mlwright@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail: laudun@louisiana.edu

 FRANCOPHONE STUDIES



                                                            G
BARRY JEAN ANCELET, PH.D.
Louisiana Cajun and Creole French
languages, issues concerning dialects,
socio-linguistics, literacy.
    • Department and Title: Modern
        Languages, Professor
    • Office: 337-482-5447
    • E-mail: ancelet@louisiana.edu                       GEOLOGY
BENEDICTE MAUGUIERE, PH.D.                    TIM DUEX, PH.D.
French culture and literature in              Volcanoes, volcanic rocks, histories of
Canada, Indian Ocean (Madagascar,             active and dormant/extinct volcanoes
Mauritius, Reunion, Comoros); Pacific         and potential effect on humans.
Isles (French Polynesia); Vietnam.                • Department and Title: Geology,
    • Department and Title: Modern                    Associate Professor
        Languages, Professor;                     • Office: 337-482-6222
        International Council of                  • E-mail: tduex@louisiana.edu
        Francophone Studies, Director
    • Office: 337-482-5452                    GARY L. KINSLAND, PH.D.
    • Home: 337-233-1531                      Dinosaur extinction theories, Vermilion
    • E-mail: bmauguiere@cox.net,             River geological history and flooding,
        bnm1992@louisiana.edu                 geomorphology of Lafayette region,
                                              3-D visualization and interpretation of
MAY WAGGONER, PH.D.                           geological data.
Renaissance Cadienne, researched                 • Department and Title: Geology,
songs and dances from as far back as                 Pioneer Production Endowed
1800.                                                Professorship in Geology and
   • Department and Title: Modern                    Petroleum Engineering
       Languages, Associate Professor            • Office: 337-482-0693
   • Office: 337-482-5451                        • Home: 337-662-3680
   • E-mail: mwagg@louisiana.edu
   •                                             • E-mail:
                                                     glkinsland@louisiana.edu




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         GOVERNMENT                             RYAN LEE TETEN, PH.D.
                                                Campaigns, elections, the U.S.
KEN ARDOIN                                      presidency, Congress, political
Government relations, lobbying.                 behavior, political communication and
  • Department and Title:                       political socialization.
      University Advancement, Vice                  • Department and Title: Political
      President                                         Science, Assistant Professor,
  • Office: 337-482-0911                                Anthony Moroux/BORSF
  • Home: 214-693-0608                                  Memorial Professorship in
  • E-mail:                                             Political Science II
      kenardoin@louisiana.edu                       • Office: 337-482-6165
                                                   • E-mail: rlt5683@louisiana.edu
                                                    •
PEARSON CROSS, PH.D.
Elections; voting; institutions such as




                                                             H
the U.S. presidency; U.S. Congress;
redistricting; representation; state and
local government, including
governmental forms, home rule,
petitions.
    • Department and Title: Political
        Science, Assistant Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6162                                   HEALTH
    • Home: 337-356-3301
    • E-mail: pearson@louisiana.edu             PEGGE L. ALCIATORE, PH.D.
                                                Health, nutritional, medical and
SHERRIE B. MULLINS                              wellness issues.
Government contracting; providing                  • Department and Title: Biology,
assistance to Louisiana businesses.                    Department Administrator,
    • Department and Title:                            Instructor, Anatomy and
        Louisiana Procurement                          Physiology Coordinator
        Technical Center, Program                  • Office: 337-482-5234
        Director                                   • E-mail: pla7994@louisiana.edu
    • Office 337-482-5790
    • E-mail: sherlm@louisiana.edu              JAMES M. CLEMONS JR., PH.D.
                                                The science of exercise.
RICK SWANSON, PH.D., J.D.                          • Department and Title:
U.S. politics, U.S. Supreme Court                      Kinesiology, Professor
politics, U.S. civil liberties involving           • Office: 337-482-5624
speech and religion, U.S. civil rights.            • E-mail: jclemons@louisiana.edu
    • Department and Title: Political
        Science, Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6164
    • E-mail: ras2777@louisiana.edu




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ANDREW HATCHETT, PH.D.                          THERESA A. WOZENCRAFT, PH.D.
Development, implementation and                 Eating disorders, including anorexia
evaluation of theory-based programs             nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge
primarily focusing on health behavior.          eating.
   • Department and Title:                          • Department and Title:
       Kinesiology, Assistant Professor                 Psychology, Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5368                           • Office: 337-482-6599
   • E-mail: axh6653@louisiana.edu                  • E-mail:
                                                        wozencraft@louisiana.edu
PRAPHUL JOSHI, PH.D.
Research in adolescent health: obesity
prevention, teen pregnancy, risk                  HEALTH INFORMATION
behaviors; and chronic diseases: stroke,             MANAGEMENT
heart disease.
   • Department and Title:                      TONI CADE
       Kinesiology, Assistant Professor         Assignment of medical code to
   • Office: 337-482-6463                       narrative descriptions of diagnoses and
   • E-mail: joshi@louisiana.edu                procedures, importance of maintaining
                                                a personal health record, paper-based
NICOLE MUELLER, PH.D.                           or electronic.
How dementia affects the ability to                 • Department and Title: Health
communicate with family and friends.                    Information Management,
   • Department and Title:                              Associate Professor
     Communicative Disorders,                       • Office: 337-482-6635
     Associate Professor                            • E-mail: cade@louisiana.edu
   • Office: 337-482-6489
   • E-mail: nmueller@louisiana.edu             L. PHILIP CAILLOUET, PH.D.
                                                Using computers and communication
C. EDDIE PALMER, PH.D.                          technologies to gather and analyze
Sociological aspects of sickness and            data; disseminating information to
alternative medicine.                           support health-related policies.
    • Department and Title: Graduate                • Department and Title: Health
       School, Dean, Sociology and                      Information Management,
       Anthropology, Professor                          Associate Professor; Health
    • Office: 337-482-6964                              Informatics Center, Director
    • E-mail: palmer@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-6160
                                                    • E-mail: caillouet@louisiana.edu
JANICE G. WEBER, PH.D.
Preventing falls at home.
   • Department and Title:
      Sociology and Anthropology
      (Child and Family Studies),
      Associate Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6096
   • E-mail: jweber@louisiana.edu




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ANITA HAZELWOOD                                     HIGHWAY SAFETY
Personal health record, fraud, abuse
and reimbursement in health care.             XIAODUAN SUN, PH.D.
   • Department and Title: Health             Traffic operation, highway safety,
       Information Management,                transportation planning, GIS
       Louisiana Health                       (Geographical Information Systems)
       Systems/BORSF Professorship            application.
       in Health Care Administration              • Department and Title: Civil
   • Office: 337-482-6633                             Engineering, Professor and
   • E-mail: hazelwd@louisiana.edu                    Interim Department Head
                                                  • Office: 337-482-6514
CAROL VENABLE                                     • E-mail: xsun@louisiana.edu
Medical coding, health records and
legal issues concerning them,
management and quality improvement.
    • Department and Title: Health
                                                          HISTORY
        Information Management,
                                              CHRIS DELAY
        Professor and Department
                                              WWII, Western history.
        Head
                                                • Department and Title: Criminal
    • Office: 337-482-6629
                                                    Justice, Instructor
    • Home: 337-942-6159
                                                • Office: 337-482-5691
    • E-mail: venable@louisiana.edu
                                                • E-mail: delay@louisiana.edu

                                              JUDITH F. GENTRY, PH.D.
HERITAGE PRESERVATION                         U.S. economic history, U.S. military
                                              history, U.S. women’s history, Civil
MARK A. REES, PH.D.                           War, Reconstruction Era (Post-Civil
Archaeology of eastern North America,         War).
including the lower Mississippi Valley            • Department and Title: History
and southeastern U.S.; Mississippian                 and Geography, Professor
and Plaquemine societies from 1000-               • Office: 337-482-6049
1700 A.D.; historical archaeology;                • Home: 337-837-1306
ethnohistory; cultural resource                   • E-mail: jfgentry@louisiana.edu
management; ceramics and faunal
analysis; registered professional             MICHAEL S. MARTIN, PH.D.
archaeologist.                                Colonial North America, recent United
    • Department and Title:                   States, Louisiana and the American
       Sociology and Anthropology,            South.
       Assistant Professor                       • Department and Title: History
    • Office: 337-482-6045                            and Geography,
    • E-mail: markrees@louisiana.edu                  SLEMCO/BORSF Professor
                                                 • Office: 337-482-5418
                                                 • E-mail:
                                                      docmartin@louisiana.edu




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SUSAN V. NICASSIO
Napoleonic Italy and Europe, Irish                   HOSPITALITY AND
history and culture, Rome and                      TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Napoleon.
    • Department and Title: History               GINA FE GARCIA CAUSIN, PH.D.
       and Geography, Cheryl                      Hospitality and tourism, introduction
       Courrege Burguieres/BORSF                  to hospitality and tourism, lodging
       Professorship in History,                  operations, human resources, event
       Professor                                  planning, cultural tourism, leadership
    • Office: 337-482-5505                        and diversity in hospitality and tourism,
    • Home: 337-993-3008                          beverage management.
    • E-mail: snv4713@aol.com                         • Department and Title:
                                                          Marketing and Hospitality,
CARL J. RICHARD, PH.D.                                    Assistant Professor
American history, especially American                 • Office: 337-482-6132
political and intellectual history,                   • E-mail: causin@louisiana.edu
Founding Fathers, influence of ancient
Greece and Rome on American                       BECKY DUBOIS
democracy.                                        Hotel and restaurant management,
    • Department and Title: History               tourism.
        and Geography, Professor                     • Department and Title:
    • Office: 337-482-5410                               Marketing, Instructor
    • Home: 337-856-8526                             • Office: 337-482-6644
    • E-mail:                                        • Email: dubois@louisiana.edu
                                                     •
        richard_carl@hotmail.com




                                                                   I
SARA RITCHEY, PH.D
Cultural, religious and intellectual
history of medieval Europe.
    • Department and Title: History,
       Assistant Professor
    • Office: 337-482-5341
    • E-mail: ritchey@louisiana.edu
                                                      INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

                                                  JEROME MALINOWSKI
   HOSPITAL STATISTICS                            Industrial designer for the automotive
                                                  and electronic consumer product
TONI CADE
                                                  industry in U.S. and abroad, member
Calculation of hospital statistics such as
                                                  of design team for Ford Mustang, USA
C-section rate, death rates, occupancy
                                                  Olympic bobsled design 1988, 1992;
rates.
                                                  Olympian on the 1988 Olympic team.
    • Department and Title: Health
                                                      • Department and Title:
       Information Management,
                                                          Architecture and Design,
       Associate Professor
                                                          Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6635
                                                      • Office: 337-482-5311
    • E-mail: cade@louisiana.edu
                                                      • E-mail: jjm4062@louisiana.edu


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         INFORMATION                                       INSURANCE
         TECHNOLOGY
                                                WILLIAM L. FERGUSON, PH.D.
RAMESH KOLLURU, PH.D.                           Risk management and insurance
Information technology, technology              coverages and contracts; reinsurance
transfer, software development,                 and retrocession; underwriting and
supercomputing and visualization.               claims practices; agent/broker/producer
    • Department and Title: Center              standards; market conduct; general and
       for Business and Information             exclusive agency relations and disputes;
       Technologies, Director                   agency valuation; and professional and
    • Office: 337-482-0611                      educational standards.
    • Home: 337-233-8766                            • Department and Title:
    • Cell: 337-739-1579                               Economics and Finance, G.
    • E-mail: kolluru@louisiana.edu                    Frank Purvis Jr./BORSF
                                                       Eminent Scholar Endowed
MICHAEL WAYNE TOTARO, PH.D.                            Chair in Insurance and Risk
Systems and business dynamics;                         Management, Associate
information systems strategy; analytics                Professor
and business intelligence; perceptions              • Office: 337-482-6664
of online learning; survey-based                    • Home: 337-298-9341
research; business process analysis and             • E-mail: ferguson@louisiana.edu
design; computer networks; database
management systems; performance                 MARY FOX LUQUETTE
measurement and evaluation.                     Employee benefits, retirement plans,
    • Department and Title: Business            major medical insurance, disability.
        Systems, Analysis and                      • Department and Title:
        Technology, Assistant Professor               Economics and Finance,
    • Office: 337-482-5151                            Instructor
    • E-mail: miket@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-6992
                                                   • Home: 337-277-8788
                                                   • E-mail: fox@louisiana.edu

            INJURIES                             INTELLIGENCE TESTING

BRIAN J. CAMPBELL, PH.D.                        JOHN W. OLLER, PH.D.
Mechanics of common musculoskeletal             Measurement of intellect, attitudes and
injuries, including the physics and             theories of mental constructs,
physiology behind them.                         intelligence language proficiency.
    • Department and Title:                         • Department and Title:
        Kinesiology, Assistant Professor                Communicative Disorders,
    • Office: 337-482-6461                              Doris B. Hawthorne/BORSF
    • E-mail: campbell@louisiana.edu                    Professorship in Communicative
                                                        Disorders IV, Professor
                                                    • Cell: 337-962-4649
                                                    • Home: 337-883-2268
                                                    • E-mail: joller@louisiana.edu


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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS                            KEMAL EFE, PH.D.
                                                 Internet search engines, search
DEERGHA ADHIKARI, PH.D.                          algorithms, information retrieval, user
International economics.                         interfaces.
    • Department and Title:                          • Department: Center for
       Economics and Finance,                            Advanced Computer Studies,
       Assistant Professor                               Associate Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6845                           • Office: 337-482-6876
    • Home: 337-456-4545                             • Home: 337-857-7470
    • E-mail: dra1419@louisiana.edu                  • E-mail: efe@cacs.louisiana.edu

DENNIS EHRHARDT, PH.D.                           BARBARA GONZALEZ, PH.D.
Political conflicts and decisions/actions        How information travels though the
from the perspective of a political              Internet.
geographer.                                          • Department and Title:
   • Department and Title: History                      Mathematics, Assistant
        and Geography, Professor                        Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6066                            • Office: 337-482-5296
   • Home: 337-237-6523                              • Home: 337-981-0769
   • E-mail: dke6330@louisiana.edu                   • E-mail: barbara@louisiana.edu

DO KUYN KIM, PH.D.                               ZONGHUAN WU, PH.D.
Social/communication networks,                   Search engines and metasearch
multiculturalism and social change.              engines.
   • Department and Title:                          • Department: Center for
       Communication, Assistant                         Advanced Computer Studies,
       Professor                                        Research Scientist
   • Office: 337-482-6932                           • Office: 337-482-5243
   • E-mail:                                        • E-mail: zwu@cacs.louisiana.edu
       kimcomm@louisiana.edu




communication.
              INTERNET

PHILIP J. AUTER, PH.D.
Television, radio, Internet and media
                                                                J
   • Department and Title:
       Communication, Associate                                  JAZZ
       Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6106                        GARTH ALPER, PH.D.
   • E-mail: auter@louisiana.edu                 Jazz, popular music.
                                                    • Department and Title: School of
                                                        Music, Director
                                                    • Office phone: 337-482-6017
                                                    • E-mail: garth@louisiana.edu


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JONATHAN TRIGG, PH.D.                          LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Jazz guitarist, special interest in be-
bop.                                           LESLIE BARY, PH.D.
   • Department and Title:                     Latin American literature, culture and
       Philosophy, Assistant Professor         current events.
   • Office: 337-482-1060                         • Department and Title: Modern
   • E-mail: jon.trigg@louisiana.edu                  Languages, Assistant Professor
                                                  • Office: 337-482-6814
                JUDO                              • Home: 337-233-9534
                                                  • E-mail: lbary@louisiana.edu
CONNIE LAVERGNE
Directed national training facility for
judo.                                                           LAW
   • Department and Title:
       Kinesiology, Instructor                 CHRIS DELAY
   • Office: 337-482-6560                      Forensics, crime scene investigations.
   • E-mail: judo@louisiana.edu                   • Department and Title: Criminal
                                                     Justice, Instructor
                                                  • Office: 337-482-5691




               L
                                                  • E-mail: delay@louisiana.edu

                                               DONNA M. GAUTHIER, PH.D.
                                               Living wills, pain management and
                                               end-of-life care.
                                                  • Department and Title: Nursing,
                                                      Assistant Professor
         LANGUAGE                                 • Office: 337-482-5639
        DEVELOPMENT                               • E-mail: dmg6362@louisiana.edu

JOHN W. OLLER, PH.D.                           RICK SWANSON, PH.D., J.D.
Measurement of intellect, attitudes and        U.S. national politics, U.S. Supreme
theories of mental constructs,                 Court politics, U.S. civil liberties
intelligence language proficiency.             involving speech and religion, U.S. civil
    • Department and Title:                    rights.
        Communicative Disorders,                   • Department and Title: Political
        Doris B. Hawthorne/BORSF                       Science, Professor
        Professorship in Communicative             • Office: 337-482-6164
        Disorder IV                                • E-mail: ras2777@louisiana.edu
    • Cell: 337-962-4649
    • Home: 337-883-2268
    • E-mail: joller@louisiana.edu




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          LITERATURE                            LOUISIANA CULTURE AND
                                                      FOLKLORE
MARCIA GAUDET, PH.D.
Ernest J. Gaines’ literature and legacy.        BARRY JEAN ANCELET, PH.D.
   • Department and Title: English,             Louisiana folklore, including oral
       Dr. Doris Meriwether/BORSF               tradition, music, material culture, ritual,
       Professorship in English,                oral history and Mardi Gras.
       Professor                                    • Department and Title: Modern
   • Office: 337-482-5486                               Languages, Professor
   • E-mail: mgaudet@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-5447
                                                    • E-mail: ancelet@louisiana.edu
JENNIFER VAUGHT, PH.D.
Shakespeare and Renaissance                     CARL BRASSEAUX, PH.D.
literature.                                     Cajuns, Creoles and hurricanes.
     • Department and Title: English,              • Department and Title: Center
        Associate Professor                           for Louisiana Studies, Director
     • Office: 337-482-5481                           and Professor
     • Home: 337-406-9584                          • Office: 337-482-6027
     • E-mail: jvaught@louisiana.edu               • E-mail:
                                                      brasseaux@louisiana.edu
MARY ANN WILSON, PH.D.
Southern women writers with                     MARCIA GAUDET, PH.D.
concentration on 19th and 20th                  Folklore in Louisiana, including
centuries.                                      festivals and holiday celebrations;
   • Department and Title: English,             narrative folklore; folklore and
       Friends of the                           literature; customs and culture;
       Humanities/BORSF                         Carville, La., and Hansen’s disease.
       Professorship                                 • Department and Title: English,
   • Office: 337-482-6916                               Dr. Doris Meriwether/BORSF
   • E-mail: maw0383@louisiana.edu                      Professorship in English,
                                                        Professor
YUNG-HSING WU, PH.D.                                 • Office: 337-482-5486
Female representation in literature,                 • E-mail: mgaudet@louisiana.edu
how female authors write differently
than male authors, how women read;              JOHN LAUDUN, PH.D.
controversies related to literature such        Cajun and Creole folklore, African-
as censorship, plagiarism, fake                 American folklore, vernacular/folk
authorship, literacy campaigns.                 architecture material, folk culture, food
    • Department and Title: English,            ways/folk cookery.
       Assistant Professor                         • Department and Title: English,
    • Office: 337-482-6909                             Assistant Professor
    • E-mail: yhw3858@louisiana.edu                • Office: 337-482-5493
                                                   • E-mail: laudun@louisiana.edu




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CHARLES E. RICHARD                                 JENNIFER RITTER
Documentaries that concentrate on the              General Louisiana history, consultant
topic of Louisiana history and culture.            on developing and maintaining cultural
    • Department and Title: English,               and environmental tourism projects.
        Associate Professor; Cinematic                • Department and Title: Center
        Arts Workshop, Director                           for Cultural and Eco-Tourism,
    • Office: 337-482-5474                                Assistant Director
    • Home: 337-233-9026                              • Office: 337-482-6871
    • E-mail: cerichard@louisiana.edu                 • E-mail: jritter@louisiana.edu


                                                   LOUISIANA POLITICS AND
    LOUISIANA HISTORY                                   GOVERNMENT
BARRY JEAN ANCELET, PH.D.                          PEARSON CROSS, PH.D.
Louisiana folklore, including oral                 Elections, voting, redistricting, all
tradition, music, material culture, ritual,        aspects of state and local government,
oral history, Mardi Gras.                          including governmental forms, home
    • Department and Title: Modern                 rule and petitions.
        Languages, Professor                           • Department and Title: Political
    • Office: 337-482-5447                                Science, Assistant Professor
    • E-mail: ancelet@louisiana.edu                    • Office: 337-482-6162
                                                       • Home: 337-356-3301
CARL BRASSEAUX, PH.D.                                  • E-mail: pearson@louisiana.edu
Cajuns, Creoles, hurricanes.
   • Department and Title: Center                  RYAN LEE TETEN, PH.D.
      for Louisiana Studies, Director              Campaigns, elections, the U.S.
      and Professor                                presidency, U.S. Congress, political
   • Office: 337-482-6027                          behavior, political communication and
   • E-mail:                                       political socialization.
      brasseaux@louisiana.edu                          • Department and Title: Political
                                                           Science, Assistant Professor,
CHARLES E. RICHARD                                         Anthony Moroux/BORSF
Producing and writing documentaries                        Professorship in Political
about Louisiana history and culture.                       Science II
   • Department and Title: English,                    • Office: 337-482-6165
       Associate Professor; Cinematic                  • E-mail: rlt5683@louisiana.edu
       Arts Workshop, Director
   • Office: 337-482-5474
   • Home: 337-233-9026
   • E-mail: cerichard@louisiana.edu




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            M
                                              GEOFFREY T. STEWART, PH.D.
                                              Business marketing, strategic planning,
                                              customer value determination,
                                              customer satisfaction, customer
                                              relationship management, buyer-seller
                                              relationships, promotions, integrated
                                              marketing communications, market
        MANAGEMENT                            segmentation, supply chain
                                              management.
                                                  • Department and Title:
IHSSAN ALKADI, PH.D.
                                                      Marketing and Hospitality,
Management information systems
                                                      Assistant Professor
dealing with hardware, software,
                                                  • Office: 337-482-5915
databases, ethics, e-commerce and the
                                                  • Home: 337-212-1185
Internet.
                                                  • E-mail: gstewart@louisiana.edu
    • Department and Title: Business
       Systems Analysis and
                                              ZHIWEI ZHU, PH.D.
       Technologies, Assistant
                                              Scheduling, inventory control, quality
       Professor
                                              control, business planning.
    • Office: 337-482-5378
                                                 • Department and Title: Business
    • E-mail: ialkadi@louisiana.edu
                                                     Systems Analysis and
                                                     Technology, Professor
JOBY JOHN, PH.D.
                                                 • Office: 337-482-6867
Advertising management, consumer
                                                 • E-mail: zzhu@louisiana.edu
behavior, international marketing,
promotion strategy, marketing, sales
management and services marketing.
   • Department and Title: B.I.                     MANUFACTURING
       Moody III College of Business
       Administration, Dean                   CORINNE DUPUY
   • Office: 337-482-6491                     Louisiana manufacturing, including
   • E-mail: jjohn@louisiana.edu              helping companies become more
                                              efficient, resilient and competitive in
MARK SMITH, PH.D.                             global market; product development;
Research, contracts and grant                 energy reduction; and exporting.
experience in business policy with an             • Department and Title:
emphasis in supply chain management;                  Manufacturing Extension
supply chains and economic analyses in                Partnership of Louisiana,
the clothing, chemical and machinery                  Director
industries.                                       • Office: 337-482-6714
    • Department and Title:                       • E-mail: cdupuy@louisiana.edu
        Management, Professor, Mr.
        and Mrs. E.P. “Pat”
        Nalley/BORSF Professorship in
        Business Administration
    • Office: 337-482-0637
    • E-mail: mxs2356@louisiana.edu


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SUREN N. DWIVEDI, PH.D.
Design of molds, improving the quality             LUCY L. HENKE, PH.D.
of parts by controlling the process and            Perceptions of advertising, especially
parameters.                                        children's perceptions of advertising.
    • Department and Title:                            • Department and Title:
        Mechanical Engineering,                           Marketing and Hospitality,
        Professor                                         Associate Professor
    • Office: 337-482-5361                             • Office: 337-482-6348
    • E-mail: suren@louisiana.edu                      • E-mail: llh6780@louisiana.edu

                                                   JOBY JOHN, PH.D.
                                                   Advertising management, consumer
           MARDI GRAS                              behavior, international marketing,
                                                   promotion strategy, marketing, sales
BARRY JEAN ANCELET, PH.D.                          management and services marketing.
Louisiana folklore, including oral                    • Department and Title: B.I.
tradition, music, material culture, ritual,               Moody III College of Business
oral history; Mardi Gras                                  Administration, Dean
    • Department and Title: Modern                    • Office: 337-482-6491
        Languages, Professor                          • E-mail: jjohn@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-5447
    • E-mail: ancelet@louisiana.edu                GEOFFREY T. STEWART, PH.D.
                                                   Business marketing, strategic planning,
MARCIA GAUDET, PH.D.                               customer value determination,
Folklore in Louisiana, including                   customer satisfaction, customer
festivals and holiday celebrations;                relationship management, buyer-seller
narrative folklore; folklore and                   relationships, promotions, integrated
literature; customs and culture;                   marketing communications, market
Carville, La., and Hansen’s disease.               segmentation, supply chain
     • Department and Title: English,              management.
        Professor, Dr. Doris                           • Department and Title:
        Meriwehter/BORSF                                   Marketing and Hospitality,
        Professorship in English                           Assistant Professor
     • Office: 337-482-5486                            • Office: 337-482-5915
     • E-mail: mgaudet@louisiana.edu                   • Home: 337-212-1185
                                                       • E-mail: gstewart@louisiana.edu

           MARKETING                               ZHIWEI ZHU, PH.D.
                                                   Scheduling, inventory control, quality
GWEN FONTENOT, PH.D.                               control, business planning.
Marketing and marketing research.                     • Department and Title: Business
  • Department and Title:                                 Systems, Analysis and
      Marketing and Hospitality,                          Technology, Professor
      Assistant Professor                             • Office: 337-482-6867
  • Office: 337-482-6136                              • E-mail: zzhu@louisiana.edu
  • E-mail: fontenotg@louisiana.edu


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  MARRIAGE AND FAMILY                                 MECHANICAL
       THERAPY                                        ENGINEERING

KATHRYN ELLIOT, PH.D.                         MIKE ELSAYED, PH.D.
Relationship skills, marriage, high           Finite element analysis involving the
voltage relationships, depression,            evaluation of stresses in complex
anxiety, recovery.                            mechanical and structural systems,
    • Department and Title:                   vibrations detection, analysis and
       Psychology, Assistant Professor        remediation, analysis and design of
    • Office: 337-482-6595                    systems and their configuration.
    • Home: 337-234-8221                          • Department and Title:
    • E-mail: kje2027@louisiana.edu                   Mechanical Engineering,
                                                      Professor
JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.                                • Office: 337-482-5363
Addiction and recovery, marriage and              • E-mail: melsayed@louisiana.edu
family therapy, teaching and learning.
   • Department and Title:                    WILLIAM E. SIMON, PH.D.
        Educational Foundations and           Heat transfer, thermodynamics, fluid
        Leadership and Counselor              mechanics, energy conversion, fuel
        Education, Assistant Professor        cells.
   • Office: 337-482-1010                         • Department and Title:
   • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu                    Mechanical Engineering,
                                                     Professor
        MATHEMATICS                               • Office: 337-482-6517
                                                  • E-mail: wesimon@louisiana.edu
GARY F. BIRKENMEIER, PH.D.
Mathematics.                                  GONGTAO WANG, PH.D.
  • Department and Title:                     Nurse-training machinery, human
Mathematics, Professor                        organ simulators.
  • Office: 337-482-6545                         • Department and Title:
  • E-mail: gfb1127@louisiana.edu                    Mechanical Engineering,
                                                     Assistant Professor
CHIU YEUNG CHAN, PH.D.                           • Office: 337-482-5822
Nonlinear differential equations,                • E-mail: gxw2582@louisiana.edu
applied mathematical analysis,
mathematical modeling, computational
mathematics.
   • Department and Title:
       Mathematics, Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5288
   • E-mail: chan@louisiana.edu




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              MEDIA                              MEDICAL CODING AND
                                                      BILLING
PHILIP J. AUTER, PH.D.
Television, radio, Internet and media          TONI CADE
communication.                                 Narrative description of all diagnoses
   • Department and Title:                     and procedures in health care, how to
       Communication, Associate                speak the language of an allied health
       Professor, Hubert Bourgeois             professional.
       Endowed Professorship in                   • Department and Title: Health
       Communication                                  Information Management,
   • Office: 337-482-6106                             Associate Professor
   • E-mail: auter@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-6635
                                                  • E-mail: cade@louisiana.edu
STEVEN J. DICK, PH.D.
Mass media management, ratings,                ANITA HAZELWOOD
media effects, new media effects.              Personal health record, fraud and
   • Department and Title: Picard              abuse in healthcare, and healthcare
       Center for Child Development            reimbursement.
       and Lifelong Learning,                      • Department and Title: Health
       Research Analyst and                           Information Management,
       Statistician                                   Professor, Louisiana Health
   • Office: 337-482-1549                             Systems/BORSF Professorship
   • Home: 337-254-0061                               in Health Care Administration
   • E-mail: dick@louisiana.edu                    • Office: 337-482-6633
                                                   • E-mail: hazelwd@louisiana.edu
DO KYUN KIM, PH.D.
Diffusion of innovations, global media,        CAROL VENABLE
organizational commnication, health            Medical coding, health records and
communication.                                 legal issues concerning them,
   • Department and Title:                     management and quality improvement.
       Communication, Assistant                    • Department and Title: Health
       Professor                                       Information Management,
   • Office: 337-482-6932                              Professor and Department
   • E-mail:                                           Head
       kimcomm@louisiana.edu                       • Office: 337-482-6629
                                                   • Home: 337-942-6159
CHARLIE LENOX                                      • E-mail: venable@louisiana.edu
Newspaper editing and managing in
areas including city, sports and
opinions.
   • Department and Title: Student
        Publications, Director and
        Instructor
   • Office: 337-482-5054
   • Home: 337-235-0418
   • E-mail: cnl2143@louisiana.edu



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        METALLURGY                                       MURDER

GONGTAO WANG, PH.D.                          CHRIS DELAY
Material of oil tools.                       Forensics and crime scene
  • Department and Title:                    investigations.
      Mechanical Engineering,                   • Department and Title: Criminal
      Assistant Professor                            Justice, Instructor
  • Office: 337-482-5822                        • Office: 337-482-5691
  • E-mail: gxw2582@louisiana.edu               • E-mail: delay@louisiana.edu

                                             CRAIG J. FORSYTH, PH.D.
          MIDWIFERY                          Death penalty and deviant behavior.
                                               • Department and Title: Criminal
ANNE B. BROUSSARD, PH.D                            Justice, Professor and
Issues, concepts and controversies                 Department Head
surrounding home births and midwives           • Office: 337-482-5372
as caregivers for childbearing women.          • Home: 337-264-7391
    • Department and Title: Nursing,           • E-mail: cjf5714@louisiana.edu
        Professor and BSN Coordinator
    • Office: 337-482-5645
    • Home: 337-984-9911                                  MUSIC
    • E-mail: abb9538@louisiana.edu
                                             GARTH ALPER, PH.D.
BRENDA S. BROUSSARD                          Jazz and popular music.
Advanced practice nursing in women’s            • Department and Title: Music,
health.                                             Associate Professor
   • Department and Title: Nursing,             • Office: 337-482-6017
        Instructor                              • E-mail: garth@louisiana.edu
   • Office: 337-482-5626
   • E-mail: bsb2329@louisiana.edu           MICHAEL BLANEY
                                             Violin, orchestra and chamber music.
                                                • Department and Title: Music,
  MINING ENGINEERING                                 Instructor of violin; UL
                                                     Lafayette Symphony,
ALI GHALAMBOR, PH.D.                                 Conductor
Coal degasification, mining                     • Office: 337-482-6050
engineering.                                    • E-mail: msb3697@louisiana.edu
   • Department and Title:
       Petroleum Engineering, Teche
       Chapter of American Petroleum
       Institute Endowed
       Professorship in Petroleum
       Engineering
   • Office: 337-482-6555
   • Home: 337-233-3517
   • E-mail: alig@louisiana.edu


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QUINCY C. HILLIARD, PH.D.                                 MUSIC MEDIA
Bands in public schools, private
schools, colleges and universities; music        ROBERT WILLEY, PH.D.
education.                                       Audio recording; music synthesis,
   • Department and Title: Music,                composition and arranging; multi-
       Professor, Composer-in-                   media; performance electronics; jazz;
       Residence and                             improvisation; regional music; music
       Heymann/BORSF                             business; zydeco.
       Professorship in Music I                     • Department and Title: Music,
   • Office: 337-482-6091                               Assistant Professor
   • Home: 337-981-2732                             • Office: 337-482-5204
   • E-mail: vazetti@aol.com                        • E-mail: willey@louisiana.edu

ANDREA KAPELL LOEWY, PH.D.
Applied lessons in flute, graduate



                                                               N
coordinator for the School of Music,
music theory and analysis.
   • Department and Title: Music,
       Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5214
   • Home: 337-988-6323
   • E-mail: loewy@louisiana.edu                        NCAA ATHLETICS
MAY WAGGONER, PH.D.
                                                 JESSICA CLARKE
Renaissance Cadienne, researched
                                                 NCAA rules and regulations.
songs and dances from as far back as
                                                    • Department and Title: Athletics,
1800.
                                                       Assistant Athletic Director for
   • Department and Title: Modern
                                                       Compliance
       Languages, Associate Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-5195
   • Office: 337-482-5451
                                                    • E-mail: jessica@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail: mwagg@louisiana.edu

ROBERT WILLEY, PH.D.                             SCOTT A. FARMER
Audio recording; music synthesis,                Duties of an athletics director, bowl
composition and arranging; multi-                games, NCAA Division I-A, athletic
media; performance electronics; jazz;            funding, athletic certification, Ragin’
improvisation; regional music; music             Cajun Athletic Foundation.
business; zydeco.                                    • Department: Athletics, Senior
   • Department and Title: Music,                        Associate Athletic Director
       Assistant Professor                           • Office: 337-482-5393
   • Office: 337-482-5204                            • E-mail: sfarmer@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail: willey@louisiana.edu




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        NON-PROFIT                               MELINDA OBERLEITNER, PH.D.
       ORGANIZATIONS                             Bachelor of Science in Nursing
                                                 program and nursing shortage.
LISE ANNE D. SLATTEN                                • Department and Title: Nursing,
Workings of nonprofit organizations,                   Department Head and
issues related to accountability,                      Associate to the Dean
legitimacy and credibility with                     • Office: 337-482-5609
stakeholders, including certification               • Home: 337-332-1925
and accreditation programs.                         • E-mail: mag0712@louisiana.edu
    • Department and Title:
        Management, Instructor                   GAIL POIRRIER, PH.D.
    • Office: 337-482-1184                       Bachelors and master’s of nursing
    • Home: 337-257-7800                         programs and nursing shortage.
    • E-mail: las3678@louisiana.edu                 • Department and Title: Nursing,
        or lads@bellsouth.net                          Dean of the College of Nursing
                                                       and Allied Health Professions
                                                       and Professor
      NUCLEAR ENERGY                                • Office: 337-482-6808
                                                    • Home: 337-232-0656
JOHN MERIWETHER, PH.D.                              • E-mail: jdc6124@louisiana.edu
Radiation, radioactivity, nuclear
energy, radioactive dating.                      SOLEDAD M. SMITH, PH.D.
   • Department and Title: Physics,              Adult nursing; critical thinking,
       Professor                                 teaching strategies and curriculum
   • Office: 337-482-6693                        development in nursing programs.
   • E-mail:                                         • Department and Title: Nursing,
       meriwether@louisiana.edu                         Assistant Professor
                                                     • Office: 337-482-5619
             NURSING                                 • Home: 225-752-3591
                                                     • E-mail: sxs6256@louisiana.edu
BRENDA S. BROUSSARD
Care for women across the lifespan,
including prenatal care, labor and birth.
    • Department and Title: Nursing,
       Instructor
    • Office: 337-482-5626
    • E-mail: bsb2329@louisiana.edu

DONNA M. GAUTHIER, PH.D.
End-of-life care, living wills and pain
management.
   • Department and Title: Nursing,
      Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5639
   • E-mail: dmg6362@louisiana.edu




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              O                                               P
                                                    PAIN MANAGEMENT
               OPERA
                                               DONNA M. GAUTHIER, PH.D.
SUSAN V. NICASSIO, PH.D.                       End-of-life care, pain management and
Opera and theater, historical                  living wills.
importance of the opera “Tosca,”                   • Department and Title: Nursing,
authored “Tosca’s Rome: The Play and                   Assistant Professor
the Opera in Historical Perspective.”              • Office: 337-482-5639
    • Department and Title: History                • E-mail: dmg6362@louisiana.edu
       and Geography, Professor and
       Cheryl Courrege                         PARTICLE ACCELERATORS
       Burguieres/BORSF
       Professorship in History                GARY A. GLASS, PH.D.
    • Office: 337-482-5505                     Ion-atom collisions, ion beams,
    • Home: 337-993-3008                       materials analysis, high energy focused
    • E-mail: snv4713@aol.com                  ion beams, microlithography, ion
                                               accelerators.
SHAWN ROY                                          • Department and Title: Physics,
Singing, classical and musical theater,               Professor; Louisiana
operatic repertoire and production.                   Accelerator Center, Director
   • Department and Title: Music:                  • Office: 337-482-6184
       Instructor of Voice; UL                     • E-mail: glass@louisiana.edu
       Lafayette Opera Theater,
       Director                                          PETROLEUM
   • Office: 337-482-5939
   • E-mail: srr3023@louisiana.edu
                                                        ENGINEERING

                                               ALI GHALAMBOR, PH.D.
                                               Well drilling and well completion
           ORCHESTRA                           operations, which encompasses well
                                               control, sand management, formation
MICHAEL BLANEY                                 damage control, underbalanced drilling
Violin, orchestra and chamber music.           and environmental considerations.
   • Department and Title: Music,                 • Department and Title:
        Instructor of violin; UL                      Petroleum Engineering,
        Lafayette Symphony,                           Professor
        Conductor                                 • Office: 337-482-6555
   • Office: 337-482-6050                         • Home: 337-233-3517
   • E-mail: msb3697@louisiana.edu                • E-mail: alig@louisiana.edu



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BOYUN GUO, PH.D.                                         PHILOSOPHY
Construction of oil and gas-producing
wells and optimization of oil and gas           STEVE GIAMBRONE, PH.D.
production systems and well testing.            Relevant logics, theories of language
   • Department and Title:                      and mind.
       Petroleum Engineering,                      • Department and Title:
       Professor and Chevron/BORSF                    Philosophy, Associate Professor
       Endowed Professorship in                    • Office: 337-482-5400
       Petroleum Engineering                       • E-mail: steve.g@louisiana.edu
   • Office: 337-482-6558
   • E-mail:                                    JONATHAN TRIGG, PH.D.
       boyun.guo@louisiana.edu                  Philosophy of the mind, perception;
                                                Kant, Husserl, Wittigenstein.
HERMAN H. RIEKE, PH.D.                             • Department and Title:
Geological hazard and risk analysis,                   Philosophy, Assistant Professor
expert witness, oil and gas reservoir              • Office: 337-482-1060
evaluations, reservoir characterization.           • E-mail: jon.trigg@louisiana.edu
   • Department and Title:
       Petroleum Engineering,
       Professor                                        PHOTOGRAPHY
   • Office: 337-482-6556
   • E-mail: hhr8668@louisiana.edu              LYNDA FRESE
                                                Art, photography, pre-history/ancient
                                                culture and religion.
           PARENTING                                • Department and Title: Visual
                                                       Arts, Professor
MARY A. SCIARAFFA, PH.D.                            • Office: 337-482-5773
Parenting styles and issues.                        • E-mail: laf4695@centurytel.net
   • Department and Title:
       Sociology and Anthropology,
       Assistant Professor
                                                             PHYSICS
   • Office: 337-482-5709
   • E-mail: msci@louisiana.edu                 GARY A. GLASS, PH.D.
                                                Ion-atom collisions, ion beams,
JANICE G. WEBER, PH.D.                          materials analysis, high-energy focused
Helping parents communicate with                ion beams, microlithography, ion
children about war and other national           accelerators.
trauma.                                             • Department and Title: Physics,
    • Department and Title:                            Professor; Louisiana
       Sociology and Anthropology,                     Accelerator Center, Director
       Associate Professor                          • Office: 337-482-6184
    • Office: 337-482-6096                          • E-mail: glass@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: jweber@louisiana.edu




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  PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                         POLITICS

CHARITY BRYAN, PH.D.                            PEARSON CROSS, PH.D.
Child and adolescent physical                   Elections; voting; institutions such as
education and physical activity                 the U.S. presidency; U.S. Congress;
programs, addressing the overweight             redistricting; representation; state and
and obesity epidemic in Louisiana and           local government, including
the United States, helping young                governmental forms, home rule,
people commit to a lifetime of physical         petitions.
activity.                                           • Department and Title: Political
    • Department and Title:                             Science, Assistant Professor
        Kinesiology, Assistant Professor            • Office: 337-482-6162
    • Office: 337-482-6282                          • Home: 337-356-3301
    • E-mail: cxb4512@louisiana.edu                 • E-mail: pearson@louisiana.edu

ANDREW HATCHETT, PH.D                           DENNIS EHRHARDT, PH.D.
Programs designed to increase physical          Political conflicts and decisions and
activity.                                       actions from the perspective of a
    • Department and Title:                     political geographer.
        Kinesiology, Assistant Professor            • Department and Title: History
    • Office: 337-482-5368                              and Geography, Professor
    • E-mail: axh6653@louisiana.edu                 • Office: 337-482-6066
                                                    • Home: 337-237-6523
          PLAGIARISM                                • E-mail: dke6330@louisiana.edu

                                                RICK SWANSON, PH.D., J.D.
YUNG-HSING WU, PH.D.
                                                U.S. politics, U.S. Supreme Court
Censorship and plagiarism in literature,
                                                politics, U.S. civil liberties involving
book clubs, library programs, national
                                                speech and religion, U.S. civil rights.
and regional reading projects.
                                                    • Department and Title: Political
   • Department and Title: English,
                                                        Science, Professor
       Assistant Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6164
   • Office: 337-482-6909
                                                    • E-mail: ras2777@louisiana.edu
   • E-mail: yhw3858@louisiana.edu
                                                RYAN LEE TETEN, PH.D.
                                                Campaigns, elections, the U.S.
              POETRY                            presidency, U.S. Congress, political
                                                behavior, political communication and
JERRY MCGUIRE, PH.D.                            political socialization.
Contemporary poetry, all elements of                • Department and Title: Political
film studies.                                           Science, Assistant Professor,
    • Department and Title: English,                    Anthony Moroux/BORSF
        Associate Professor                             Professorship in Political
    • Office: 337-482-5478                              Science II
    • E-mail: jlm8047@louisiana.edu                 • Office: 337-482-6165
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           POLLUTION                                PUBLIC RELATIONS

PAUL L. KLERKS, PH.D.                          JULIE SIMON-DRONET
Environmental pollution and its effect         Dealing with various communications
on organisms.                                  issues in times of crisis – meningitis
   • Department and Title: Biology,            outbreak, hurricane evacuation plans;
       Associate Professor                     management of public relations efforts
   • Office: 337-482-6356                      of an institution; university
   • E-mail: klerks@louisiana.edu              spokesperson.
                                                   • Department and Title:
                                                       Communications and
         PSYCHOLOGY                                    Marketing, Director
                                                   • Office: 337-482-6397
                                                   • Home: 337-981-6557
KENNETH J. BENEDIK                                 • E-mail:
Relationships, meaning and purpose in                  juliedronet@louisiana.edu
life.
     • Department and Title:                   SANDY DUHÉ, PH.D.
       Kinesiology, Instructor                 How businesses must interact with and
     • Office: 337-482-6280                    respond to the demands of multiple
     • Home: 337-235-2304                      stakeholders; corporate public affairs.
     • E-mail: kjb5997@louisiana.edu               • Department and Title:
                                                      Communications, Assistant
KATHRYN ELLIOT, PH.D.                                 Professor
Relationship skills, marriage, high-               • Office: 337-482-6953 (e-mail
voltage relationships, depression, how                preferable)
to cope with anxiety.                              • E-mail: scduhe@louisiana.edu
    • Department and Title:
       Psychology, Assistant Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6595
    • Home: 337-234-8221
    • E-mail: kje2027@louisiana.edu

JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.
Addiction and recovery, marriage and
family therapy, teaching and learning.
   • Department and Title:
        Educational Foundations and
        Leadership, Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-1010
   • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu




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                                              JENNIFER JACKSON, PH.D.
                                              Mentoring program at UL Lafayette;
                                              diversity.
                                                 • Department and Title: Campus
                                                      Diversity, Executive Director
                                                 • Office: 337-482-6464
                                                 • E-mail: jjackson@louisiana.edu


             QUEBEC                                     RADIATION
BENEDICTE MAUGUIERE, PH.D.                    JOHN MERIWETHER, PH.D.
French cultures and literatures of            Radiation, radioactivity, nuclear
Canada, Indian Ocean (Madagascar,             energy, radioactive dating.
Mauritius, Reunion, Comoros), Pacific            • Department and Title: Physics,
Isles (French Polynesia), Vietnam.                   Professor
    • Department and Title: Modern               • Office: 337-482-6693
        Languages, Professor of                  • E-mail:
        Francophone Studies                          meriwether@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-5452
    • Home: 337-233-1531
    • E-mail: bmauguiere@cox.net,                         READING
        bnm1992@louisiana.edu
                                              NANCY WILLIAMSON MANUEL, PH.D.
                                              Reading research, facilitation and
                                              coaching.




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                                                 • Department and Title: Picard
                                                     Center for Child Development
                                                     and Lifelong Learning,
                                                     Coordinator of Best Practices
                                                 • Office: 337-482-1569
                                                 • E-mail:
                                                     nancy.manuel@louisiana.edu
             RACISM
                                              YUNG-HSING WU, PH.D.
DANIEL CRING                                  Female representation in literature;
Human biological diversity, racism and        how female authors write differently
social discrimination.                        than male authors; how women read.
    • Department and Title:                      • Department and Title: English,
        Sociology and Anthropology,                 Assistant Professor
        Instructor                               • Office: 337-482-6909
    • Office: 337-482-5370                       • E-mail: yhw3858@louisiana.edu
    • Home: 337-482-988-2512
    • E-mail: cring@louisiana.edu




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           RECOVERY                             KATHRYN ELLIOT, PH.D.
                                                Relationship skills, marriage, high-
KENNETH J. BENEDIK                              voltage relationships, depression and
Drugs and alcohol use, abuse and                anxiety.
treatment.                                          • Department and Title:
    • Department and Title:                            Psychology, Assistant Professor
       Kinesiology, Instructor                      • Office: 337-482-6595
    • Office: 337-482-6280                          • Home: 337-234-8221
    • Home: 337-235-2304                            • E-mail: kje2027@louisiana.edu
    • E-mail: kjb5997@louisiana.edu
                                                JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.
ANDREW HATCHETT, PH.D.                          Addiction and recovery, marriage and
The use of physical activity as a method        family therapy.
of rehabilitation for cancer survivors.            • Department and Title:
    • Department and Title:                             Education Foundations and
       Kinesiology, Assistant Professor                 Leadership, Assistant Professor
       and Coordinator of Sport                    • Office: 337-482-1010
       Management                                  • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-5368
    • E-mail: axh6653@louisiana.edu
                                                            RELIGION
JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.
Spiritual experience in substance abuse         DANIEL CRING
recovery; 12-step programs.                     Religion and religious movements.
   • Department and Title:                         • Department and Title:
       Educational Foundations and                     Sociology and Anthropology,
       Leadership, Assistant Professor                 Instructor
   • Office: 337-482-1010                          • Office: 337-482-5370
   • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu                  • Home: 337-988-2512
                                                   • E-mail: cring@louisiana.edu

       RELATIONSHIPS
                                                            ROBOTICS
KENNETH J. BENEDIK
Relationships, meaning and purpose in           ARUN LAKHOTIA, PH.D.
life.                                           Autonomous vehicles (robotic vehicles
     • Department and Title:                    that drive themselves); CajunBot,
       Kinesiology, Instructor                  CajunBot II.
     • Office: 337-482-6280                         • Department and Title: Center
     • Home: 337-235-2304                               for Advanced Computer
     • E-mail: kjb5997@louisiana.edu                    Studies, Associate Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6766
                                                    • Home: 337-781-8376
                                                    • E-mail: arun@louisiana.edu




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                                                        SELF DEFENSE

                                                CONNIE LAVERGNE
                                                Judo, awareness and prevention for
                                                teens, self defense for women and rape
                                                prevention.
                                                    • Department and Title:
              SAFETY                                    Kinesiology, Instructor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6560
JOSEPH PONS IV                                      • E-mail: judo@louisiana.edu
Occupational safety, emergency
preparedness and notification.                              SENSORS
   • Department and Title: Physical
       Plant, Environmental Health              MAGDY A. BAYOUMI, PH.D.
       and Safety Director                      Wireless sensor networks, monitoring
   • Office: 337-482-5357                       sensors in industrial facilities and
   • Home: 337-856-7115                         management of energy applications to
   • E-mail:                                    military and security fields.
       safetyman@louisiana.edu                      • Department and Title: Center
                                                        for Advanced Computer
                                                        Studies, Director; Computer
        SCIENCE FAIRS                                   Science, Department Head and
                                                        Professor
LEE E. PRICE                                        • Office: 337-482-6147
Science fairs; serves as director of the            • E-mail: mab@cacs.louisiana.edu
Region VI science fair sponsored by the
university.
   • Department and Title:                           SERVICE LEARNING
       Mathematics, Instructor
   • Office: 337-482-5287                       KERRY CARSON, PH.D.
   • E-mail: pricelee@louisiana.edu             Service learning for college students
                                                starting at the freshman level,
                                                university accreditation.
   SEISMIC PROCESSING                               • Department and Title:
                                                        Management, Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-6866
NATALIA SIDOROVSKAIA, PH.D.
                                                    • E-mail: kcarson@louisiana.edu
Depth imaging techniques in seismic
signal processing, seismic data
management.
    • Department and Title: Physics,
        Assistant Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6274
    • E-mail:
        nsidorovskaia@louisiana.edu




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                 SEX                                   SMALL BUSINESS
                                                        DEVELOPMENT
SUSAN LYMAN, PH.D.
Health and sexuality, women’s health.           MARK GALYEAN
   • Department and Title:                      Business planning for start ups or
       Kinesiology, Health                      expansion of services, operations
       Coordinator and Assistant                management, entrepreneurial training,
       Professor                                regulatory compliance, marketing,
   • Office: 337-482-6465                       purchasing, financial analysis,
   • Home: 337-412-7113                         technology management, patents and
   • E-mail: halo@louisiana.edu                 trademarks and human resources.
                                                    • Department and Title: Small
              SINGING                                  Business Development Center,
                                                       Director
MARGARET H. DANIEL                                  • Office: 337-262-1076
Vocal health, musical theater, classical            • Home Phone: 337-962-5014
techniques, science and pedagogy of                 • E-mail: mgalyean@louisiana.edu
singing.
    • Department and Title: Music,              ROY HOLLEMAN
       Associate Professor                      Business development, feasibility and
    • Office: 337-482-5202                      operations of business incubators, non
    • E-mail: mdaniel@louisiana.edu             profit management.
                                                   • Department and Title:
SHAWN ROY                                               Enterprise Center of Louisiana,
Singing, classical and musical theater,                 Director
operatic repertoire and production.                • Office: 337-896-9115
   • Department and Title: Music:                  • E-mail: roy@ecol.org
       Instructor of Voice; UL
       Lafayette Opera Theater,                 RAMESH KOLLURU, PH.D.
       Director                                 Economic development, software
   • Office: 337-482-5939                       development, applied research,
   • E-mail: srr3023@louisiana.edu              supercomputing, visualization.
                                                   • Department and Title: Center
                                                       for Business and Information
                                                       Technologies, Director
                                                   • Office: 337-482-0611
                                                   • Home: 337-233-8766
                                                   • Cell: 337-739-1579
                                                   • E-mail: kolluru@louisiana.edu




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NATHAN J. THORNTON JR.                                   SOLAR ENERGY
Financing a new or expanding
business; traditional and non-                   W. GEOFF GJERTSON
traditional lending.                             Design and construction, professional
    • Department and Title: Small                outreach, community outreach, leader
        Business Development Center,             for Team BeauSoleil – UL Lafayette’s
        Senior Business Consultant               entry in 2009 Solar Decathlon.
    • Office: 337-262-1076                           • Department and Title:
    • E-mail: nathan@louisiana.edu                       Architecture and Design,
                                                         Assistant Professor
                                                     • Office: 337-482-5175
           SOCIOLOGY                                 • Home: 337-235-4945
                                                     • E-mail: gjertson@louisiana.edu
KATHLEEN M. HANDY, PH.D.
Cultural diversity, race relations.              GONGTAO WANG, PH.D.
   • Department and Title:                       Wind turbines, solar heating and
       Sociology and Anthropology,               cooling.
       Professor                                    • Department and Title:
   • Office: 337-482-6044                               Mechanical Engineering,
   • E-mail: handy@louisiana.edu                        Assistant Professor
                                                    • Office: 337-482-5822
C. EDDIE PALMER, PH.D.                              • E-mail: gxw2582@louisiana.edu
Sociological aspects of emergency
medical technicians, police officers, law
enforcement personnel; sociological                    SOUTHEAST ASIA
aspects of sickness and alternative
medicine.                                        BENEDICTE MAUGUIERE, PH.D.
    • Department and Title:                      Indian Ocean (Madagascar, Mauritius,
       Sociology and Anthropology,               Reunion, Comoros), Pacific Isles
       Professor; Graduate School,               (French Polynesia), Vietnam.
       Dean                                         • Department and Title: Modern
    • Office: 337-482-6964                              Languages, Professor
    • E-mail: palmer@louisiana.edu                  • Office: 337-482-5452
                                                    • Home: 337-233-1531
TONI SIMS, PH.D.                                    • E-mail: bmauguiere@cox.net,
Race and ethnicity, social class.                       bnm1992@louisiana.edu
   • Department and Title:
      Sociology and Anthropology,
      Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-6180
   • E-mail: tys5825@louisiana.edu




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         SPIRITUALITY                               SUBSTANCE ABUSE

KENNETH J. BENEDIK                             KENNETH J. BENEDIK
Relationships; meaning and purpose in          Drugs and alcohol use, abuse and
life.                                          treatment.
     • Department and Title:                       • Department and Title:
       Kinesiology, Instructor                        Kinesiology, Instructor
     • Office: 337-482-6280                        • Office: 337-482-6280
     • Home: 337-235-2304                          • Home: 337-235-2304
     • E-mail: kjb5997@louisiana.edu               • E-mail: kjb5997@louisiana.edu

JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.                             JEFF SANDOZ, PH.D.
Addiction and recovery, spirituality in        Addiction and recovery, marriage and
recovery, marriage and family therapy,         family therapy, teaching and learning.
teaching and learning.                            • Department and Title:
    • Department and Title:                            Education Foundations and
       Education Foundations and                       Leadership/Counselor
       Leadership, Assistant Professor                 Education, Assistant Professor
    • Office: 337-482-1010                        • Office: 337-482-1010
    • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu                • E-mail: sandoz@louisiana.edu

                                                 SUPERCOMPUTING AND
           STATISTICS                               VISUALIZATION
RONALD B. HEADY, PH.D.                         CAROLINA CRUZ, PH.D.
Visualization of complex data sets and         Advanced immersive environments,
high-dimension constructs, business            including the development of
statistics and operations management.          collaborative paradigms among
    • Department and Title: Business           geographically distributed visual reality
         Systems Analysis and                  sites and resources; applications of
         Technology, Professor                 virtual reality technology in science,
    • Office: 337-482-6865                     engineering and art; study of working
    • E-mail: heady@louisiana.edu              virtual environments.
                                                   • Department and Title:
                                                       Computer Science, Chief
        STOCK MARKET                                   Scientist and The W. Hansen
                                                       Hall and Mary Officer
MARY FOX LUQUETTE                                      Hall/BORSF Eminent Scholar
Stocks and bond valuation, financial                   Memorial Endowed Super
statements, financial planning.                        Chair in Telecommuications
    • Department and Title:                        • Office: 337-735-5483
       Economics and Finance,                      • E-mail: carolina@louisiana.edu
       Instructor
    • Office: 337-482-6992
    • Home: 337-277-8788
    • E-mail: fox@louisiana.edu


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GARY L. KINSLAND, PH.D.                        MARK SMITH, PH.D.
3-D visualization and interpretation of        Research, contracts and grant
geological data.                               experience in business policy with an
   • Department: Geology,                      emphasis in supply chain management;
       Professor, Pioneer Production           works with the Center for Business and
       Endowed Professorship of                Information Technologies, maps supply
       Geology and Petroleum                   chains and conducts economic analysis
       Engineering                             in the clothing, chemical and machinery
   • Office: 337-482-0693                      industries.
   • Home: 337-662-3680                            • Department and Title:
   • E-mail:                                           Management, Professor, Mr.
       glkinsland@louisiana.edu                        and Mrs. E.P. “Pat”
                                                       Nalley/BORSF Professorship in
RAMESH KOLLURU, PH.D.                                  Business Administration
Supercomputing, visualization,                     • Office: 337-482-0637
software development, applied                      • E-mail: mxs2356@louisiana.edu
research, information technology,
technology transfer, economic                  GEOFFREY T. STEWART, PH.D.
development, business.                         Public and private sectors in the
    • Department and Title: Center             management of disaster related supply
       for Business and Information            chains, resilience within supply chains,
       Technologies, Director                  critical infrastructure and key
    • Office: 337-482-0611                     resources, economies and communities.
    • Home: 337-233-8766                           • Department and Title:
    • Cell: 337-739-1579                                Marketing, Assistant Professor
    • E-mail: kolluru@louisiana.edu                • Office: 337-482-5915
                                                   • Home: 337-212-1185
                                                   • E-mail: gstewart@louisiana.edu
         SUPPLY CHAIN
         MANAGEMENT

RAMESH KOLLURU, PH.D.
Supply chain management, economic
analysis; business management;
enterprise applications and portals
databases, data mining and
warehousing, advanced computing and
visualization.
    • Department and Title: Center
        for Business and Information
        Technologies, Director
    • Office: 337-482-0611
    • Home: 337-233-8766
    • Cell: 337-739-1579
    • E-mail: kolluru@louisiana.edu



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               T
                                                         TERRORISM

                                              DANIEL CRING
                                              World conflicts.
                                                • Department and Title:
                                                    Sociology and Anthropology,
                                                    Instructor
                                                • Office: 337-482-5370
 TELECOMMUNICATIONS                             • Home: 337-482-988-2512
                                                • E-mail: cring@louisiana.edu
ROBERT R. HENRY, PH.D.
Communication networks, space and             ERIC R. TAYLOR, PH.D.
satellite communications and wireless         Use, employment, defenses against
communications.                               weapons of mass destruction and
    • Department and Title: Electrical        terrorism.
         and Computer Engineering,                • Department and Title:
         Professor                                    Chemistry, Associate Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6572                        • Office: 337-482-6738
    • E-mail: henry@louisiana.edu                 • E-mail: ertaylor@louisiana.edu


              TENNIS                                       THEATER

TOBY DORE, PH.D.                              MARGARET H. DANIEL
Sports medicine, athletic training,           Vocal health, musical theater, classical
strength and conditioning, tennis             techniques, science and pedagogy of
    • Department and Title:                   singing.
       Kinesiology, Athletic Training             • Department and Title: Music,
       Program Director                              Associate Professor
    • Office: 337-482-6283                        • Office: 337-482-5202
    • E-mail: tldore@louisiana.edu                • E-mail: mdaniel@louisiana.edu

CONNIE STOVER                                 TRAVIS W. JOHNSON
Development of student’s ability in           Theatrical and dance productions,
tennis.                                       scenery, lighting and sound design.
   • Department and Title:                       • Department and Title:
        Kinesiology, Tennis Instructor               Performing Arts, Technical
   • Office: 337-482-1334                            Director and Production
   • Home: 337-898-3888                              Designer
   • E-mail: cbs3148@louisiana.edu               • Office: 337-315-9000
                                                 • E-mail:
                                                     travis.johnson@louisiana.edu




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SUSAN V. NICASSIO, PH.D.                           TRAFFIC OPERATION
Opera and theater, historical
importance of the opera “Tosca,”               XIAODUAN SUN, PH.D.
authored “Tosca’s Rome: The Play and           Traffic operation, highway safety,
the Opera in Historical Perspective.”          transportation planning, GIS
    • Department and Title: History            application.
       and Geography, Professor and                • Department and Title: Civil
       Cheryl Courrege                                 Engineering, Professor
       Burguieres/BORSF                            • Office: 337-482-6514
       Professorship in History                    • E-mail: xsun@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-5505
    • Home: 337-993-3008
    • E-mail: snv4713@aol.com




                                                            U
SHAWN ROY
Singing, classical and musical theater,
operatic repertoire and production.
   • Department and Title: Music:
       Instructor of Voice; UL
       Lafayette Opera Theater,
       Director
   • Office: 337-482-5939                          UNIVERSITY OF
   • E-mail: srr3023@louisiana.edu             LOUISIANA AT LAFAYETTE

                                               KEN ARDOIN
             TOURISM                           University advancement, legislative
                                               lobbying and legislative relations.
BECKY DUBOIS                                      • Department and Title:
Hotel, restaurant and tourism                         University Advancement, Vice
management.                                           President
   • Department and Title:                        • Office: 337-482-0911
       Hospitality and Marketing,                 • Home: 214-693-0608
       Instructor                                 • E-mail:
   • Office: 337-482-6644                             kenardoin@louisiana.edu
  • Email: dubois@louisiana.edu
   •
                                               KERRY CARSON, PH.D.
JENNIFER C. RITTER                             University accreditation.
Cultural and environmental tourism of             • Department and Title:
Louisiana and Acadiana.                              Management, Professor
   • Department and Title: Center                 • Office: 337-482-6866
       for Cultural and Eco-Tourism,              • E-mail: kcarson@louisiana.edu
       Assistant Director
   • Office: 337-482-6871
   • E-mail: jritter@louisiana.edu




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WILLIAM CRIST                                      URBAN AND REGIONAL
Updates on construction projects on                    PLANNING
the UL Lafayette campus.
    • Department and Title: Physical             DENNIS EHRHARDT, PH.D.
      Plant Department, Director                 Zoning, comprehensive planning, land
    • Office: 337-482-2001                       use patterns and structure of cities.
    • E-mail: wjc4092@louisiana.edu                  • Department and Title: History
                                                        and Geography, Professor
MICHAEL S. MARTIN, PH.D.                             • Office: 337-482-6066
The histories of the University of                   • Home: 337-237-6523
Louisiana at Lafayette, Acadiana and                 • E-mail: dke6330@louisiana.edu
Louisiana.
   • Department and Title: History               THOMAS C. SAMMONS
       and Geography, Assistant                  Community Design Workshop, urban
       Professor, SLEMCO/BORSF                   design, architecture and planning.
       Professorship in Liberal Arts                 • Department and Title:
   • Office: 337-482-5418                               Architecture and Design,
   • E-mail:                                            Professor
       docmartin@louisiana.edu                       • Office: 337-482-5310
                                                     • Home: 337-856-0619
JULIE SIMON-DRONET                                   • E-mail: tcs3147@louisiana.edu
Management of public relations and
licensing efforts of UL Lafayette, crisis
communications at an institution;
university spokesperson.



                                                               V
    • Department and Title:
        Communications and
        Marketing, Director
    • Office: 337-482-6397
    • Home: 337-981-6557
    • E-mail:
        juliedronet@louisiana.edu
                                                         VIDEO GAMES
KATHLEEN THAMES
Evolution of UL Lafayette from 1900              JAMES ETHEREDGE, PH.D.
to present, presidents of the university,        Video game design and development.
milestones in university history.                   • Department and Title:
    • Department and Title:                             Computer Science, Associate
       Communications and                               Professor
       Marketing, Associate Director                • Office: 337-482-6608
       of Publications                              • E-mail: jne1390@louisiana.edu
    • Office: 337-482-6476
    • Home: 337-896-5605
    • E-mail: kat@louisiana.edu




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CHARLES E. RICHARD                                           VOTING
Creative communications utilizing
moving image media - most commonly             PEARSON CROSS, PH.D.
film, video games, simulations;                Elections, voting and institutions such
documentary filmmaking.                        as the presidency, U.S. Congress,
    • Department and Title: English,           redistricting, representation; all aspects
        Associate Professor; Cinematic         of state and local government,
        Arts Workshop, Director                including governmental forms, home
    • Office: 337-482-5474                     rule, petitions.
    • Home: 337-233-9026                           • Department and Title: Political
    • E-mail: cerichard@louisiana.edu                  Science, Assistant Professor and
TIMOTHY RODEN, PH.D.                                   Department Head
Use of the latest computing technology             • Office: 337-482-6162
for applications in entertainment.                 • Home: 337-356-3301
    • Department and Title: Center                 • E-mail: pearson@louisiana.edu
       for Advanced Computer
       Studies, Assistant Professor            RYAN LEE TETEN, PH.D.
    • Office: 337-482-5697                     Campaigns, elections, the presidency,
    • E-mail:                                  congress, political behavior, political
       troden@cacs.louisiana.edu               communication and political
                                               socialization.
                                                   • Department and Title: Political
                                                       Science, Anthony
          VOLCANOES                                    Moroux/BORSF Professorship
                                                       in Political Science II
TIM DUEX, PH.D.                                    • Office 337-482-6165
Volcanoes and volcanic rocks; histories            • E-mail: rlt5683@louisiana.edu
of volcanoes.
    • Department and Title: Geology,
        Associate Professor



                                                            W
    • Office: 337-482-6222
    • E-mail: Tduex@louisiana.edu




                                                                WAR

                                               ERIC R. TAYLOR, PH.D.
                                               Use, employment, defenses against
                                               weapons of mass destruction and
                                               terrorism.
                                                   • Department and Title:
                                                       Chemistry, Associate Professor
                                                   • Office: 337-482-6738
                                                   • E-mail: ertaylor@louisiana.edu


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JANICE G. WEBER, PH.D.                              WOMEN’S HISTORY
Helping parents talk to children about
war and other national trauma.                 JUDITH F. GENTRY, PH.D.
   • Department and Title:                     U.S. military history, U.S. women’s
      Sociology and Anthropology,              history, Civil War Era, Reconstruction
      Associate Professor                      Era (Post-Civil War), U.S. economic
   • Office: 337-482-6096                      history.
   • E-mail: jweber@louisiana.edu                  • Department and Title: History
                                                      and Geography, Professor
              WATER                                • Office: 337-482-6049
                                                   • Home: 337 -837-1306
TIM DUEX, PH.D.                                    • E-mail: jfgentry@louisiana.edu
Occurrence, movement and supply of
water, particularly ground water; water
quality and quantity.                          YUNG-HSING WU, PH.D.
   • Department and Title: Geology,            Female representation in literature,
        Associate Professor                    how female authors write differently
   • Office: 337-482-6222                      than male authors, how women read;
   • E-mail: tduex@louisiana.edu               controversies related to literature such
                                               as censorship, plagiarism, fake
EMAD HABIB, PH.D.                              authorship, literacy campaigns.
Hydrology, Earth sciences, rainfall                • Department and Title: English,
remote sensing, statistical methods in                Assistant Professor
hydroscience.                                      • Office: 337-482-6909
   • Department and Title: Civil                   • E-mail: yhw3858@louisiana.edu
       Engineering, Assistant
       Professor
   • Office: 337-482-0638
   • E-mail: habib@louisiana.edu                    WOMEN’S STUDIES

                                               MARY ANN WILSON, PH.D.
     WEAPONS OF MASS                           Women’s studies, campus and
      DESTRUCTION                              community women’s organizations such
                                               as W.O.W., Zonta, International
ERIC R. TAYLOR, PH.D.                          Women’s Philanthropic Services
Use, employment, defenses against              Organization and A.A.V.W.
weapons of mass destruction and                   • Department and Title: English,
terrorism.                                           Professor, Friends of the
    • Department and Title:                          Humanities/BORSF Endowed
        Chemistry, Associate Professor               Professorship in the Humanities
    • Office: 337-482-6738                        • Office: 337-482-6916
    • E-mail: ertaylor@louisiana.edu              • E-mail: maw0383@louisiana.edu




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        WORLD WAR II

CHRIS DELAY
WWII, Western history.
  • Department and Title: Criminal
      Justice, Instructor
  • Office: 337-482-5691
  • E-mail: delay@louisiana.edu




             Z
            ZYDECO

ROBERT WILLEY, PH.D.
Audio recording, DVD authoring, post
production, zydeco.
   • Department and Title: Music,
       Assistant Professor
   • Office: 337-482-5204
   • E-mail: willey@louisiana.edu




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                                               Daniel, Margaret H., 51, 55
Index                                          Dawson, J. Mike, 5
                                               Deaton, Lewis, 7
                                               DeLay, Chris, 14, 30, 34, 41, 60
Adhikari, Deergha, 19, 33                      Delfavero, Frank, 20
Albert, James, 7, 25                           Dick, Steven J., 40
Alciatore, Pegge L., 28                        Dore, Toby, 4, 5, 55
Alkadi, Ihssan, 12, 13, 37                     Dronet, Julie Simon-, 14, 47, 57
Alper, Garth, 33, 41                           Dubois, Becky, 31, 56
Ancelet, Barry Jean, 26, 27, 35, 36, 38        Duex, Tim, 27, 58, 59
Ardoin, Ken, 28, 56                            Duhé, Sandy, 47
Auter, Philip J., 33, 40                       Duncan, Charles A., 20
                                               Duplantis, B. J., 5
Babineaux, Anthony, 4, 6                       Dupuy, Corrine, 8, 18, 37
Bajpai, Rakesh, 1, 9, 24                       Dwivedi, Suren N., 38
Bary, Leslie, 34                                
Bayoumi, Magdy A., 12, 50                      Efe, Kemal, 12, 33
Benedik, Kenneth J., 14, 47, 49, 53            Ehrhardt, Dennis, 33, 46, 58
Benson, Barbara, 2, 24                         Elliot, Kathryn, 10, 14, 39, 47, 49
Birkenmeier, Gary F., 39                       Elsayed, Mike, 39
Blaney, Michael, 41, 44                        Etheredge, James, 57
Brasseaux, Carl, 35, 36                        Etheridge, Harlan, 1, 4
Breaux, Steven, 3                              Evans, Rhonda D., 14, 17
Brooks, Gordon H., 2, 16, 25
Broussard, Anne B., 10, 41                     Farmer, Scott A., 4, 42
Broussard, Brenda S., 41, 43                   Ferguson, William, 19, 26, 32
Bryan, Charity, 10, 46                         Fontenot, Gwen, 38
Bustle, Lynn Sanders-, 3                       Forsyth, Craig J., 14, 15, 16, 41
                                               France, Scott C., 7, 25
Cade, Toni, 29, 31, 40                         Frese, Lynda, 3, 45
Caillouet, L. Philip, 29
Campbell, Brian J., 4, 5, 32                   Galyean, Mark, 8, 24, 51
Carlson, Gerald, 20                            Garber, James D., 13
Carson, Kerry, 1, 20, 50, 56                   Gaudet, Marcia, 26, 35, 38
Carson, Paula, 8, 20                           Gauthier, Donna M., 17, 34, 43, 44
Causin, Gina Fe Garcia, 25, 31                 Gentry, Judith F., 10, 20, 30, 59
Chan, Chiu Yeung, 39                           Ghalambor, Ali, 24, 25, 41, 44
Cheek, Ron, 23                                 Giambrone, Steve, 45
Chirdon, William, 9                            Gjertson, W. Geoff, 3, 52
Clarke, Jessica, 42                            Glass, Gary, 5, 44, 45
Clemons, James M., 28                          Gonzalez, Barbara, 33
Cottonham, Danny K., 4, 11                     Greco, Anthony J., 19
Cring, Daniel, 2, 16, 48, 49, 55               Guo, Boyun, 45
Crist, William, 13, 57
Cross, Pearson, 13, 22, 28, 36, 46, 58         Habib, Emad, 23, 59
Cruz, Carolina, 53                             Hamilton, J. Brooke, 25
                                               Handy, Kathleen M., 16, 52


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Hatchett, Andrew, 29, 46, 49                Mire, Scott, 14
Hazelwood, Anita, 30, 40                    Montgomery, Paula S., 21
Heady, Ronald B., 53                        Mueller, Nicole, 6, 15, 29
Henke, Lucy L., 38                          Mullins, Sherrie B., 8, 28
Henry, Robert R., 22, 55
Hilliard, Quincy C., 42                     Nicassio, Susan V., 31, 44, 56
Holleman, Roy, 8, 19, 51
Hsu, Kathy Hsiao Yu, 1                      Oberleitner, Melinda, 43
Huey, Caroline, 26                          Oller, John W., 5, 32, 34

Jackson, Alterman, 11, 17, 23, 60           Palmer, C. Eddie, 29, 52
Jackson, Jennifer, 17, 48, 60               Pan, Zhongqi, 23
Jin, Miao, 12                               Pinkett, Elizabeth E. L., 17
Jindal, R.P., 23                            Poirrier, Gail, 43
John, Joby, 8, 37, 38                       Pons, Joseph, 50
Johnson, Travis W., 55                      Powell, Brian, 16
Joshi, Praphul, 10, 29                      Price, Lee E., 50

Kim, Do Kuyn, 20, 33, 40                    Rees, Mark A., 2, 30
Kinsland, Gary L., 27, 53                   Richard, Carl J., 31
Klerks, Paul L., 7, 24, 47                  Richard, Charles E., 16, 26, 36, 58
Kolluru, Ramesh, 8, 19, 32, 51, 54          Rieke, Herman H., 45
                                            Ritchey, Sara, 3, 31
Lakhotia, Arun, 13, 49                      Ritter, Jennifer, 8, 36, 56
LaSala, Hector, 3, 11, 15                   Roberts, Nathan M., 21
Laudun, John, 27, 35                        Roden, Timothy, 12, 58
Lavergne, Connie, 4, 5, 21, 34, 50          Rodriguez, Mauricio, 7
LeBato, Rick, 4, 6                          Roy, Shawn, 44, 51, 56
Lenox, Charlie, 40                          Rumore, Nancy, 19
Liu, Yen-Shan, 9
Loewy, Andrea Kapell, 42                    Sammons, Thomas C., 11, 16, 57
Luquette, Mary Fox, 26, 32, 53              Sandoz, Jeff, 14, 39, 47, 49, 53, 54
Lyman, Susan, 51                            Sciaraffa, Mary, 17, 45
                                            Shall, Scott Gerald, 3
Ma, Yuxin, 21                               Sidorovskaia, Natalia, 1, 50
Malinowski, Jerome, 6, 16, 31               Simon, William E., 39
Manuel, Nancy Williamson, 21, 48            Sims, Toni, 17, 52
Martin, Michael S., 30, 57                  Skinner, Sarah J., 20
Massoud, Salah S., 9                        Slater, Robert O., 21
Mauguiere, Benedicte, 19, 27, 48, 52        Slatten, Lise Anne D., 1, 43
McClure, Michael A., 3                      Smith, Mark, 37, 55
McGimsey, Chip, 2                           Smith, Soledad M., 43
McGuire, Jerry, 26, 46                      Stewart, Geoffrey T, 37, 38, 53
McKinney, Robert, 3                         Stokes, Billy, 18, 22
Meriwether, John, 43, 48                    Stover, Connie, 5, 55
Meselhe, Ehab A., 11, 24                    Strother, Shannon, 15
Miholic, Vincent, 21


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Sun, Xiaoduan, 30, 56
Swanson, Rick, 10, 28, 34, 46

Taylor, Eric R., 7, 9, 55, 59
Teten, Ryan L. 13, 22, 28, 36, 46, 58
Thames, Kathleen, 57
Thornton, Nathan J., 9, 52
Totaro, Michael Wayne, 9, 32
Trigg, Jonathan, 34, 45

Vaught, Jennifer, 35
Venable, Carol, 30, 40


Waggoner, May, 15, 27, 42
Wang, Mandy, 10, 18
Wang, Gongtao, 40, 41, 52
Ward, Robin, 22
Watson, John Keith, 20
Weber, Janice G., 15, 18, 29, 45, 59
Willey, Robert, 41, 42, 60
Wilson, Linus, 6, 20, 26
Wilson, Mary Ann, 35, 59
Wimberley, Anita N., 11, 22
Wozencraft, Theresa A., 18, 29
Wright, Monica L., 27
Wu, Hongyi, 12
Wu, Yung-Hsing, 35, 46, 48, 59
Wu, Zonghuan, 12, 33, 49, 60

Zappi, Mark E., 2, 7, 23, 25
Zhu, Zhiwei, 37, 38




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