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|Cohen, Adam||Section of Integrative Biology||Research focuses on documenting, primarily via museum specimens, the historic and current biogeography of Texas fishes. We work to improve these data and provide them to the world via the internet. …|
|Davis, Jaimie||School of Human Ecology; Kinesiology & Health Education; College of Natural Sciences; Neuroscience; Nutritional Sciences; Plan II Honors Program; Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Davis’s research focuses on designing and disseminating nutrition, physical activity, and behavioral interventions to reduce obesity and related metabolic disorders in overweight minority …|
|De Cesare, Donna||School of Journalism; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Reporting/still documentary photography and video-Creative Activities-- Exhibitions, Publications and Invited Lectures on topics: Salvadoran Civil War 1980s; spread of LA gangs--Central America; urban …|
|Deans-Smith, Susan||History; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||the history of Colonial Latin America and the Spanish Empire, with particular emphasis on Mexico and the Andean region, society and culture in 17th and 18th century Mexico and the Andes, the visual …|
|Devitt, Thomas||Section of Integrative Biology||I study patterns of geographic variation among populations to understand evolutionary processes such as local adaptation, population divergence, and speciation. My research combines aspects of …|
|Doolittle, William||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Investigating (a) prehistoric agricultural features and landscapes in southeast Arizona, (b) water control technology transfers from Spain to Mexico in colonial times, and (c) the merging of …|
|Dulitzky, Ariel||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; School of Law||Professor Dulitzky is a leading expert in human rights in Latin America, particularly on the inter-American human rights system. He has published extensively on human rights, the inter-American human …|
|Dull, Robert||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Quaternary paleoecology, cultural biogeography, paleoclimatology, palynology, geoarchaeology, natural hazards, human impacts, Central America, Mexico, western United States Dull has carried out …|
|Fernandez, Benito||Biomedical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering||Modeling, Simulation and Control Design of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems; Robust-Optimal Adaptive Control (ROAC); System Identification, Diagnostics, Prognosis with Confidence Intervals, Useful Life …|
|Flores, Richard||Anthropology; Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies||Folklore and Expressive Culture of Greater Mexico; Anthropology of Symbols; Anthropology of Religion; Anthropology and History; and Critical Theory; International Education and Curriculum Development; …|