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|Wiltshire, Lyn||Theatre and Dance||Concert Dance and Choreography (all disciplines); Commercial Choreography including television; film; fashion|
|Stone, Peter||Computer Science||Professor Stone's research aims to enable multiple intelligent agents to learn to act both individually and in coordination with one another towards individual and/or common goals in real-time, …|
|Sirohi, Jayant||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics||High power density solid state actuators, Multifunctional structures, Multi-mission capable micro/unmanned aerial vehicles, Advanced V/STOL and rotorcraft design.|
|Raz, Adi||Middle Eastern Studies||Teaching a second language to students with language learning disabilities. Jewish education|
|Pedahzur, Ami||Government; Middle Eastern Studies||Terrorism, counterterrorism, political extremism, intelligence, security studies, social networks, Israel|
|Pat-El, Na'ama||Middle Eastern Studies||Historical Linguistics, comparative Semitic linguistics, syntax, ancient Near East, languages in contact, linguistic methodology|
|Lundelius, E||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Vertebrate Paleontology. Research interests are Pleistocene and Holocene mammals with emphasis on paleo-environmental reconstructions and microevolutionary changes. Analysis of nonhuman skeletal …|
|Kaulbach, Ernest||Classics; Comparative Literature; English; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||Language and linguistics, Medieval studies|
|Huehnergard, John||Middle Eastern Studies||Professor Huehnergard's research interests include the Semitic family of languages (especially ancient Babylonian cuneiform, biblical Hebrew, Aramaic, and ancient Ethiopic), ancient Egyptian …|
|High, Timothy||Art and Art History||printmaking; serigraphy; his work concentrates on the foibles of human nature as manifested in the individual and throughout society as a whole|