Michael Ash's research focus includes labor, health, and environmental economics, examined through quantitative models.
Sonya Atalay (Anishinaabe-Ojibwe) utilizes community-based participatory methods to conduct research in full partnership with Indigenous communities.
Mohammad Atari examines how culture shapes moral values and norms using various methods, including computational techniques, lab experiments, and fieldwork.
Felicity Aulino is a medical anthropologist trained in public health education and ethnographic filmmaking.
Seyram Avle's research focuses on digital technology cultures and innovation across parts of Africa, China, and the United States.
M. V. Lee Badgett's research focuses on labor economics, employment discrimination, economics of sexual orientation and gender identity, economic empowerment.
Soo Young Bae is interested in the far-reaching social and political impact of new communication technologies.
Benjamin Bailey's research focuses on language, culture, and social identities, particularly ethnicity and race.
Department of Communication
N310 Integrated Learning Center
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Camille Barchers has practiced as a regional planner throughout Florida, the Southeast and mid-Atlantic.