Associate Professor of Environmental Health Science
Licensed soil scientist; registered environmental health specialist
On-site wastewater, soils, land use impacts on water quality, effectiveness of wastewater treatment systems on reducing pollutant concentrations, contaminant transport in groundwater and surface waters and the influence of urbanization on stream flow and water quality; floods; flooding
Professor of History, Director of the Maritime Studies Program
Underwater Arachaeology; Naval War to Modern; Marine Steam Propulsion; Maritime Transition of Sail to Steam; Maritime Transition of Wood to Iron; Ship Construction from 15th Century Onward; and Great Lakes U/W Archaeology.
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of History, and Program in Maritime Studies
Maritime and underwater archaeology; Conflict and Battlefield Archaeology; Underwater Cultural Heritage Management; Heritage Tourism; Indigenous Maritime Cultural Landscapes.
Assistant Professor, political science
privatization and outsourcing in the national security sector, military robotics and military ethics, targeted killings, shadow wars and US covert action, government secrecy, intelligence community
Associate Professor, political science
Weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and terrorist groups, emergency response to terrorism, pandemic disease