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Graham McKeen

Graham McKeen is assistant university director of public and environmental health at Indiana University. He has experience in disease surveillance and control, including with COVID-19 response. McKeen is available to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and mask guidance.

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Name Campus School/Department Area of Expertise

Xiaoqing Diana Chen Lin

IU Northwest College of Arts and Sciences, Department of History Modern Chinese (19th-21st centuries) cultural, social and intellectual histories, modern East Asia (China, Japan, the Koreas).

Spencer Cortwright

IU Northwest Department of Biology Any topic related to nature: conservation biology, ecology, zoology, restoration ecology, nature preserves, wildlife, plant ecology.

Linda Delunas

IU Northwest School of Nursing/College of Health and Human Services Nursing and nursing education.

Marie Eisenstein

IU Northwest Department of History, Philosophy, Political Science and Religious Studies Religion and politics in the United States, political behavior, presidential politics, national level public opinion.

Jenny Fisher

IU Northwest Department of Biology Microbiology, environmental microbiology, microbial ecology, aquatic microbiology, urban microbial ecology, microbes, bacteria, water quality, bacterial water quality, microbial source tracking, sewage, combined sewer overflows, stormwater, E. coli, beach closings, urban water infrastructure, sewage, sewage treatment, wastewater, Great Lakes, microbial communities, environmental engineering, sewer infrastructure.

Linda Galocy

IU Northwest Health Information Management Revenue cycle management, ICD coding, CPT coding, coding auditing and reporting focused on physician practices, electronic health records, Health Information Exchange, instructional design.

Jennifer Greenburg

IU Northwest Fine Art Conceptual art, photography, printmaking, visual literacy, appropriation, color theory, fine art.

Marshelia Harris

IU Northwest School of Social Work Adjunct teaching practices, social welfare policy, community engagement, cultural humility.

Charles Hobson

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics Workplace sexual harassment, sexual harassment in colleges/universities, K-12 educator sexual misconduct, stress management, executive coaching, teamwork assessment and development, leadership assessment and development, management training, program evaluation.

Elizabeth Johnson

IU Northwest Minority studies/College of Arts and Sciences Black feminist theory; group identity theory; Nollywood films; critical race theory; hair and body aesthetics; 19th-century U.S. history; magazine, television and film representation of ethnicity and gender