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|Cohen, Adam||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. …|
|Courter, Stephen||Management||Global Strategic Planning and Implementation|
|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 …|
|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 …|
|Doughty, Robin||Geography / Environment; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Environmental Resource Management, Landscape Ecology, Cultural Geography, Historical Ecology, Biogeography, Endangered Species|
|Eichhubl, Peter||Bureau of Economic Geology||Geology, faults, fractures, oil & gas, fossil energy, sedimentary basins, CO2, earthquakes, structural geology, geochemistry, diagenesis, carbon sequestration, Earth science|
|Evans, Brian||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Embedded real-time digital signal processing for communication systems and image processing systems. Current projects include wireless interference mitigation, smart grid communications, smart phone …|
|Farrell, Edmund||Curriculum and Instruction||Future of education, literature, language, composition|
|Ferreira-Buckley, Linda||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical education (e.g., speech, writing, ethics) of Barbara Jordan, Houston's Fifth Ward, African Americans in the South. History of rhetoric, especially 18th- and 19th-century rhetoric. …|
|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.|