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Greenlee, Diana M.

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Poverty Point. The archaeological site at Poverty Point State Historic Site is a magnificent earthen complex with five mounds, six concentric semi-elliptical ridges and a plaza that was built and occupied by Native Americans about 3500 years ago.

Poverty Point. The archaeological site at Poverty Point State Historic Site is a magnificent earthen complex with five mounds, six concentric semi-elliptical ridges and a plaza that was built and occupied by Native Americans about 3500 years ago.

Grinnell, Claudia

Assistant Professor of English
Director of The Write Place

Poetry: role of poetry in the world; how to meaningfully integrate poetry in the classroom

Poetry (both reading my own poetry as well as speaking about the role of poetry in the world or how to integrate poetry in the classroom in a meaningful way).

Haedicke, Janet V.

Professor

American Literature
Literature of the South
Literature and Film
Modern Drama
Feminism as movement and theory

American Literature
Literature of the South
Literature and Film
Modern Drama
Feminism as movement and theory

Hanser, Robert

Professor of Criminal Justice

Police and Jailer Training Standards
Legal Liabilities in Policing & Corrections
Corrections (Institutional & Community Based)
Police, Community Relations, & Citizen Crime Prevention

Johnston, Tammy

Professor of Economics

Macroeconomics (business cycles, unemployment, interest rates, monetary policy and fiscal policy)
Personal financial planning (budgeting, saving, investing)

Macroeconomics (business cycles, unemployment, interest rates, monetary policy and fiscal policy)
Personal financial planning (budgeting, saving, investing)

Kim, Kioh

Associate Professor of Instructional Technology

Research in pre/in-service teacher's technology integration into the classroom and training in pre/in-service teachers computer-based technology.

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