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Kenneth Dau-Schmidt

Kenneth Dau-Schmidt is the Willard and Margaret Carr Professor of Labor and Employment Law at the Maurer School of Law and a nationally recognized teacher and scholar on the subjects of labor and employment law. He is available to comment on President Biden's recent executive order requiring all businesses with more than 100 employees to mandate workers be vaccinated for COVID-19 or face weekly testing.

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Name Campus School/Department Area of Expertise

Kevin Ladd

IU South Bend Psychology Prayer, interface of science and religion, spiritual transformation.

Ilan Levine

IU South Bend Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dark matter, neutrinos, astroparticle physics, acoustic transducers, radon.

April Lidinsky

IU South Bend Women's and Gender Studies/College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Feminist activism and advocacy -- past and present, lessons from women's history, the power of storytelling (#MeToo, before and beyond), the power of personal essays, Reacting to the Past pedagogy as a way to engage students in history, writing as a tool for social change, women and sustainability, "diversity drives innovation" -- why we need liberal arts education now more than ever.

Betsy Lucal

IU South Bend Department of Sociology/College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Gender, sexuality, higher education, sports, social inequality, teaching, sociology, food, sociological theory, feminism.

Gail McGuire

IU South Bend College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Sociology and Anthropology Community-engaged teaching, community-based research, informal networks.

Mohammad Merhi

IU South Bend Leighton School of Business Teaching interests include information security management, systems analysis and design, IT project management, database management, data analytics and modeling, business statistics, and research methods. Research interests include information security management, information assurance in health care, electronic health record systems implementation, health information technologies, technology adoption and implementation, e-commerce, and IS cross-cultural studies.

Brenda Phillips

IU South Bend College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Disaster response and recovery, high-risk populations, emergency management, business continuity planning.

Theodore Randall

IU South Bend Department of Sociology and Anthropology/College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Malaria, Gambia, Nigeria, global health, African-American culture, substance abuse.

Andrea Tamburro

IU South Bend School of Social Work Indigenous rights, Indian child welfare, missing and murdered indigenous women.

James VanderVeen

IU South Bend Department of Sociology and Anthropology Archaeology, historical archaeology, historic North American class and race issues, Mesoamerican archaeology, contact periods, underwater archaeology, shipwrecks, marine research, scientific diving, prehistoric and historic Caribbean cultures, food, physical anthropology, forensic anthropology, teaching, university students, active learning, science literacy.