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|Roncador, Sonia||Comparative Literature; Spanish and Portuguese||-Brazilian Literature and Cultureal Studies in Brazil -Feminist Approaches in Literature -Latin American Film and Visual Arts|
|Silverthorn, Dee||School of Biological Sciences||Science education.|
|Smith, Christen||African and African Diaspora Studies; Anthropology|
|Somers, Patricia||Educational Administration; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Helicopter parents; impact of 9/11 on students; college student choice and persistence; cyberactivisim; free speech and academic freedom; films about high school and college students; higher education …|
|Stolp, Chandler||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr. Stolp's research focuses on western hemispheric economic integration, regional economics, and public sector productivity. Professor Stolp chaired a state task force in the early 1990s on the …|
|Taylor, Allyssa||Architecture; Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering||sustainable building design project management structural analysis construction technology advancement CAD|
|Wade, Maria||Anthropology; Center for European Studies; Religious Studies||ethnoarchaeology; ethnohistory/historical anthropology; Native American prehistory and history; dynamics of culture change; power; ethnicity; gender; ceramic technology; Texas, Northern Mexico; …|
|Wang, Wilfried||Architecture||Twentieth Century Architecture, Architectural Criticism, Architectural Theory, History of Architecture in Central Europe|
|Weyland, Kurt||Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||democratization, waves of regime change in Latin America and Europe; market reform, social policy and policy diffusion, populism in Latin America Professor Weyland's research interests focus on …|
|Wilson, Robert||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs||Professor Wilson's research interests include urban and regional economic development policy, local governance, technology and telecommunications policy, and public policy in Brazil|