Edward Gonzalez-Tennant

October 28, 2020
Department of Anthropology: College of Sciences Dr. González-Tennant’s work combines archaeology, ethnography, and history. He specializes in the use of geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing tools, and 3D/VR technologies to research the dynamic geophysical and social processes that threaten cultural heritage, new ways of engaging the public, and his other research interests. He is […]

Lindsay Neuberger

December 9, 2019
Dr. Lindsay Neuberger is an associate professor in the Department of Communication and also serves as the associate director for academic programs and student services for the Nicholson School of Communication and Media. She earned her Ph.D. at Michigan State University and received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Wake Forest University. Dr. Neuberger primarily conducts […]

Jennifer Sandoval

December 9, 2019
Jennifer Sandoval is an Associate Professor and the Program Coordinator for Communication and Conflict at the Nicholson School of Communication and Media at the University of Central Florida. She has a Ph.D. in Communication and Culture from the University of New Mexico and a Master’s of Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine School of Law. Dr. Sandovalbrings […]

Michelle Gaither

May 14, 2019
Department of Biology: College of Sciences Dr. Gaither’s research focuses on the evolution, ecology and origin of biodiversity in marine fishes.  The Gaither Lab employs an interdisciplinary approach combining molecular tools (genome sequencing, RADSeq, and targeted capture) with field-based studies to determine how species form and the roles of geographic isolation, ecological differentiation and selection […]

Sergio Alvarez

August 13, 2018
Department of Tourism, Events & Attractions: Rosen College of Hospitality Management Dr. Alvarez’s research focus is on issues related to fisheries, coastal adaptation and mitigation of climate change impacts, valuation of ecosystem services, and modeling coupled social-ecological systems.  Past research focused on recreation, water, fisheries, and invasive species, and uses methods including non-market valuation, bioeconomic […]

Alan Fyall

August 13, 2018
Department of Tourism, Events & Attractions: Rosen College of Hospitality Management Dr. Fyall’s recent projects relate to Destination Management Organization performance effectiveness, sustainable drive tourism, coastal tourism, and destination and place branding.

Timothy Hawthorne

August 13, 2018
Department of Sociology: College of Sciences Dr. Hawthorne is a broadly trained human geographer with deep interests in citizen science GIS, community geography, qualitative GIS, and critical GIS.  These approaches seek to engage academics and community organizations/residents in shared knowledge production focused on community-engaged research that benefits real-world communities. Qualitative GIS and critical GIS both […]

Claire Knox

August 13, 2018
School of Public Administration: College of Community Innovation and Education Dr. Knox’s research interests are environmental policy and management, deliberative policy theory, and environmental vulnerability and disaster response. Specifically, she applies a discursive theory lens to language and narratives underlying environmental and emergency management plans and policies. She teaches Disaster Response and Recovery; Managing Emergencies […]

Christopher Emrich

August 13, 2018
School of Public Administration: College of Community Innovation and Education Dr. Emrich’s research interests include application of geospatial web-based technologies to emergency management planning and practice, long term recovery from disaster, and the intersection of social vulnerability and community resilience in the face of disaster.  He has developed theory, data, metrics, methods, applications, and spatial […]

Jacopo Baggio

August 13, 2018
School of Politics, Security, & International Affairs: College of Sciences Dr. Baggio’s research focuses on analyzing and modelling social-ecological systems.  Specifically on social-ecological networks, characterizing inter-dependencies between biodiversity, food, water, energy and decision making. The interaction between the social, the ecological and the technology at our disposal is of paramount importance to devise robust systems […]

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