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|Pratter, Jonathan||School of Law||International law Comparative law Legal research methods|
|Rebhorn, Wayne||Comparative Literature; English||English, Italian, French, Spanish, and Neo-Latin Renaissance literature; seminal texts in Renaissance rhetoric|
|Reddick, Richard||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; Educational Administration||Higher Education; Faculty Diversity; Student Diversity; African-Americans in Higher Education; African-American Families; Mentoring in Higher Education|
|Richmond-Garza, Elizabeth||Comparative Literature; English; Center for European Studies; Humanities Program; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Nineteenth and twentieth century European drama; Renaissance drama; Oscar Wilde; the Gothic and Orientalism; decadence; aesthetic and literary theory; literature and the fine arts|
|Ruoff, Rodney||Mechanical Engineering||The Ruoff group is located in the department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Texas. Their major interests are: -Synthesis and properties of nanostructures and materials, including CNTs …|
|Silverthorn, Dee||School of Biological Sciences||Science education.|
|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.|
|Stapleton, Jane||School of Law||Products Liability and Tort Law The private law of obligations, liability and compensation systems, comparative product liability, philosophical foundations of common law concepts like causation, …|
|Wang, Wilfried||Architecture||Twentieth Century Architecture, Architectural Criticism, Architectural Theory, History of Architecture in Central Europe|
|Wettlaufer, Alexandra||Comparative Literature; Center for European Studies; French and Italian; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||interdisciplinary studies in literature and the visual arts; Comparative Literature; comparative studies in 19th-century France and Britain; gender studies; constructions of artistic identity; …|