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IU Northwest

William Allegrezza

Department of English
Poetry, contemporary American literature, comparative literature.
Rebecca Armstrong
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Rebecca Armstrong

College of Arts and Sciences

The Great Resignation, social myths, work and leisure.

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Yllka Azemi

School of Business and Economics

Consumer behavior, failure-recovery strategy, social media marketing, marketing strategy.

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Mark Baer

Department of Performing Arts

Theatre, acting, directing, Arts and Sciences Building, Theatre Northwest, Arts and Sciences Mainstage, Arts and Sciences Studio Theatre, Northwest Indiana Community Theatre, Gary Shakespeare Company, Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation, Regional Arts Council, Performing Arts Program, School of the Arts, IU Northwest Faculty Organization.

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Subir Bandyopadhyay

School of Business & Economics

Marketing strategy, digital marketing, social media marketing, international business, brand management.

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Patrick Bankston

IU School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, College of Health and Human Services

Human vascular system, medical education, health education, community health, health care delivery, health care policy.

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Anita Benna

School of Education

Professional development for K-12 teachers in STEM, teacher beliefs about change, risks associated with implementing innovative practices, engineering design implementation, problem-based learning, epistemic network analysis, urban teacher education, student learning.

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Karl Besel

School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Nonprofit management and leadership, executive level succession planning, urban planning, economic development.