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Fran Quigley

Fran Quigley is a human rights activist, member of faith-based and health care access advocacy groups, and clinical professor at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He is available to comment on the Centers for Disease Control's latest eviction moratorium issued Aug. 3.

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Name Campus School/Department Area of Expertise

Carl Weinberg

IU Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences Social movements, science and politics, the evolution/creationism debate, Christian conservatism, the labor movement, the meat industry.

Harvey Weingarten

IUPUI School of Dentistry Clinical dentistry, private dental practice, dental competency assessment, dental licensure, dental hygiene licensure, pathology and anatomy.

Robert Weissbach

IUPUI Department of Engineering Technology, School of Engineering and Technology Engineering education, renewable energy, energy storage, power electronics, power systems.

Von Welch

IU Bloomington Office of the Vice President for Information Technology/Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research Cybersecurity, software assurance, identity management, cybersecurity management, scientific cybersecurity, election cybersecurity.

Jeremy Wells

IU Southeast Department of English Slavery and plantations as they are represented in literature and culture, 19th-century American literature, 19th-century African American literature, William Faulkner.

Joshua Wells

IU South Bend Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Department of Informatics Anthropology, archaeology, assessment strategies, big data, citizen science, computational modeling, cultural resource management, cyborg studies, data ontologies, digital data management, free and open source software, geographic information systems, grant proposal and management, heritage management, informatics, linked open data, open data, open government data, open science, public science, scholarship of teaching and learning, science-technology-society interactions, social informatics, spatial analyses, technology-enabled active learning.

Ken E.A. Wendeln

IUPUI Kelley School of Business Business strategy and culture, corporate governance, positive and insightful leadership, professional development and career planning, academic integrity, retention and pathways to graduation.

Joe Wert

IU Southeast Political Science 2020 elections, especially presidential elections, public opinion, constitutional law.

Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow

IUPUI Kelley School of Business Negotiations, cross-cultural negotiations, team dynamics and group processes, multicultural teams, cultural intelligence, leadership development.

Brad Wheeler

IU Bloomington Office of the Vice President for IT and CIO Open-source software development, executive-level IT strategy, collaborative partnerships, eTexts, centralized services leadership, teaching and learning software, Kuali, Sakai, HathiTrust