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|Name||Campus||School/Department||Area of Expertise|
|IU Bloomington||Maurer School of Law||Patent law, trademark law, design patent law, intellectual property law of plants, intellectual property/antitrust.|
|IU Bloomington||UITS||Network design, installation and project management, strategic direction setting, GlobalNOC, New Internet2 network, Indiana GigaPoP.|
|IU Bloomington||Jewish Studies||Antisemitism, right-wing extremism in Germany, radicalization.|
|IU Bloomington||Maurer School of Law||Constitutional law, presidential power, civil rights/civil liberties, First Amendment.|
|IU Bloomington||Gender Studies||History of gender and sexuality in the United States; LGBTQ history; queer theory; rural social and cultural history; history of agriculture and the environment; history of American Midwest; cultural geography; material culture.|
|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|
|Indiana University||Diversity Education and Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center||Recruitment, retention and success of underrepresented students and marginalized professionals; persistence, resistance and success of marginalized groups within higher education; race, social justice, existence, persistence and resistance of Black women in American higher education, with an acute focus on other-mothering, Black culture in higher education.|
|IU Bloomington||School of Public Health||Physical activity, games for health, young adults, physical activity and technology.|
|IUPUC||Division of Business||African-American studies: African-American leadership, African-American religion; athletics: soccer; careers: career assessment and development; Christianity: clergy role and competencies, church organization and leadership; communication: conflict management, small group, organizational, family, interpersonal and communication theory, research methods; diversity and multiculturalism: understanding differences and cross-cultural communication; education: community college systems, honors programs; leadership competencies; social cultural experience of minorities: organizational behavior: development, studies, learning, change and transformation, workplace romance, Myers-Briggs type indicator|
|IU Bloomington||School of Public Health||Travel, tourism, leisure, AirBnB, vacation rentals, vacations, overtourism, tourism development, sustainability, planning, development, psychology|
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