Faculty Source Guide

TOPICS S-Z

SMALL BUSINESS
JACKIE ALEXANDER DI POFI (334-844-4220; jdipofi@business.auburn.edu), Director, Small Business Development Center. Can speak on entrepreneurship, small business planning, family business, marketing, organizational change, strategic planning, as well as a broad range of topics related to business management.


SOCIOLOGY
JANICE CLIFFORD (334-844-5080, cliffje@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Criminology/Sociology.  Can speak about various issues related to family and interpersonal relationships.

RAJ P. MOHAN (334-844-2833, mohanrp@auburn.edu) Professor of Sociology and Editor of the International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, College of Liberal Arts. Can speak on international sociology, sociological theory, medical sociology, sociology of science and sociology of genocide, terrorism, globalization, etc.


SOILS
YUCHENG FENG (334-844-3967; yfeng@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Agronomy and Soils. Feng is a soil microbiologist whose research interests are in soil microbial processes that are important to environmental quality and soil productivity. She is actively conducting research in three areas: 1) microbial degradation of synthetic organic chemicals in soil and water environments, 2) impacts of soil microbial community on productivity and sustainability of soil, and 3) bacterial source tracking of fecal contamination in the environment.

CHARLES C. MITCHELL (334-844-5489; mitchcl@auburn.edu) Professor and Extension Agronomist, Agronomy and Soils. Has expertise in soil fertility, soil testing, nutrient recommendations, waste management, nutrient management, and sustainable agriculture. Can also address issues of historical soil research at Auburn and throughout the world, such as the 100-year-old Old Rotation Experiment on the Auburn campus.

M. S. REDDY (334-844-1971; mreddy@auburn.edu) Associate Research Professor, Entomology and Plant Pathology. Has expertise in improving crop production systems, integrated pest management, international collaboration, food safety in fruits and vegetables, nutritional composition of foods, nutrition education, soil conservation, economic viability and sustainable communities, and small and family farms.

JOEY SHAW (334-844-3957; jnshaw@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Agronomy and Soils. Has expertise in the dynamics of soil contamination, water quality, waste management, remote sensing, and precision agriculture.

JEFF SIBLEY (334-844-3132; jsibley@auburn.edu) Alumni Associate Professor, Horticulture. Has expertise in shade trees and other ornamental woody plants, particularly on how environmental influences affect landscape trees, urban issues related to the environment, water quality, waste management, soil conservation, and best management practices related to ornamental horticulture.

KYUNG H. YOO (334-844-3532; khyoo@eng.auburn.edu) Professor, Biosystems Engineering. Has expertise in soil and water conservation, erosion control, water harvesting, hydrology, and programs to help developing countries.


SOUTH

WAYNE FLYNT (flyntjw@auburn.edu) TES Retiree, Center for Arts & Humanities. One of nation's top experts on Southern history and poverty in the South; authored Pulitzer Prize-nominated Poor But Proud: Alabama's Poor Whites and numerous other books on the South.


SPACE
JOHN COCHRAN JR. (334-844-6800; cochrjo@auburn.edu) Professor and Head, Aerospace Engineering. Authority on spacecraft movement; NASA contract for data on retrieval of malfunctioning satellites; can also discuss flight dynamics and accident reconstruction.

MALCOLM CROCKER (334-844-3310; crockmj@auburn.edu) Distinguished University Professor, Mechanical Engineering. Works on vibration control for AU's Space Power Institute and NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

GIL CROUSE (334-844-6843, crousgl@auburn.edu) Associate professor in aerospace engineering, Manned and Unmanned Aircraft Design; Comprehensive Aircraft Analysis; Multidisciplinary Design Optimization; S/VTOL Aircraft Design & Aerodynamic/Dynamic Analysis.

W.A. FOSTER JR. (334-844-6841; fostewa@auburn.edu) Professor, Aerospace Engineering. Hubble telescope research.

JAMES HANSEN (334-844-6628; hansejr@auburn.edu). Director, Honors College. Historian for NASA from 1981 to 1991; authority on NASA, space program, aerospace industry, engineering education and science and technology. Wrote the only authorized biography of astronaut Neil Armstrong.

DANIEL HARRIS (334-844-3337; harridk@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering. Can speak on spacecraft thermal design and controls.

ROY HARTFIELD (334-844-6819; hartfrj@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering. Specializes in nonintrusive flow diagnostics, high-speed propulsion and gas-dynamics.

ANDREW SINCLAIR (334-844-6825, sinclaj@auburn.edu) Associate professor in aerospace engineering, Astronautics; Guidance; Navigation & Control; Nonlinear Dynamics and Control.

BRIAN THUROW (334-844-6827, thurow@auburn.edu) Associate professor in aerospace engineering, Optical Diagnostics; High-Repetition Rate Laser Diagnostics; Aero-Optics; Lasers; Compressible Fluid Dynamics; Turbulence; Aerodynamics; Experimental Fluid Dynamics; Gas Dynamics; Acoustics; Flow Visualization; 3-D Imaging.


SPEAKER'S BUREAU


SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
LARRY MOLT (334-844-9613, moltlaw@auburn.edu), Chair, Communication Disorders. Areas of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology.


STATISTICS
L. ALLISON JONES-FARMER (334-844-6513; ajones@auburn.edu), Associate Professor of Operations Management, Department of Management. Can speak on statistical analysis, quality control, and statistical process control.

AMITAVA MITRA (334-844-4030; mitra@business.auburn.edu), Associate Dean and Professor, Management. Certified by American Production and Inventory Control Society; widely published specialist in quality assurance; expertise in continuous quality improvement, total quality management (TQM), statistical process control and experimental design, and Six Sigma Black Belt/Green Belt training.


STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

WILLIAM R. BOULTON (334-844-6529; boulton@business.auburn.edu), C.G. Mills Professor of Strategic Management, Department of Management. Can speak on wide range of topics relating to strategic planning, such as strategic analysis, business strategy, as well as global competition topics relating to Asia and China. Also conducts advanced competitive simulations for managers.

PETER A. STANWICK (334-844-6517; pstanwik@business.auburn.edu), Associate Professor, Department of Management. Can speak on strategic management; ethics in management; corporate governance; environmental issues; social responsibility issues; organizational change.


STUDY ABROAD
DEBORAH WEISS (334-844-5001, weissde@auburn.edu), Asst Dir, Int'l Education. Can speak on policy and procedure review and implementation for Auburn Abroad programs. Also, new study abroad program registration, development, implementation; international, affiliate & program vendor agreements; risk management policy and practice for programs abroad. Weiss is the consular contact for immigration procedures and student advisor for study abroad programs.


SUMMER CAMPS

SAM BURNEY (334-844-5100; burnesm@auburn.edu), Director of Outreach Program Office. Office serves as a centralized coordinating function for resident summer camps for youth conducted at AU.


TAXES
KIM G. KEY (334-844-6346; keykimb@auburn.edu), Associate Professor, School of Accountancy. Can speak on tax matters.

JERRY S. PIERCE, JR. (256-574-2143; jpierce@auburn.edu) Extension Economist, Farm Business Management. Works with farmers and has expertise in farm business management, taxes, estate planning, and business planning. Can provide picture of farm performance in terms of income/expense, financial ratios, solvency, and family spending.

DON-TERRY VEAL (334-844-1905; vealdon@auburn.edu ), Director, Center for Governmental Services. Authority on public finance; can speak to issues of budgets, taxation and other governmental financial issues; leads Auburn's center that provides training and assistance to state, county and local governments.


TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS
JO MACKIEWICZ (334-844-9071; mackiewicz@ieee.org)
Assistant Professor, Technical and Professional Communication. Expertise in technical editing, politeness and clarity in written and spoken discourse, applied linguistics.

DEREK G. ROSS (334-844-9072; dgr0003@auburn.edu)Assistant Professor, Technical and Professional Communication. Expertise in environmental rhetoric, rhetoric of science, document design, research methodology and pedagogy in technical communication.

STEWART WHITTEMORE (334-844-9028; whittemore@auburn.edu)Assistant Professor, Technical and Professional Communication. Expertise in classical rhetoric, document design, usability, instructional design and written information management

CHAD WICKMAN (330-631-3125; cwickman@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Technical and Professional Communication. Expertise in technical editing, visual design, scientific writing and communication.


TECHNOLOGY
KAI CHANG (334-844-6310; changka@auburn.edu) Department Chair, Computer Science and Software Engineering. Areas of expertise: Software testing; software comprehension and visualization tools; computer supported cooperative work; artificial intelligence; expert systems; information assurance education.

JOHN EVANS (334-844-1418, evansjl@auburn.edu): Technology Management professor in industrial and systems engineering, Investigating next generation electronics packaging and manufacturing technologies needed for the advanced of the electronics industry.; Developing an automotive engineering education program for the expanding Southeastern US Manufacturing base.

TOM DEVALL (334-844-2351, tld0017@auburn.edu) Director of Automotive Manufacturing Initiatives in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Management Systems: Design and implement a metrics driven management system which responds to top indicators.

PRADEP LALL (334-844-3424, lallpra@auburn.edu) Thomas Walter professor in mechanical engineering and director of Auburn's NSF Center for Advanced Vehicle Extremem Environment Electronics, Finite Element for Continua and Structures; Thermo-mechanics, Reliability and Life-Prediction of Electronics Failure-Mechanisms (including solder joints); Prognostics and Structural Health Monitoring of Electronic Structures; Transient Dynamics of Microcircuits and MEMS in Shock and Vibration; Multi-scale Modeling of NANO-Structures; High Strain-rate Constitutive Behavior of Electronic Materials; Models for Human Body Trauma and Injury.

THADDEUS ROPPEL (334-844-1814; roppeth@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering. Areas of expertise: Cooperative robotics; sensor fusion; biomimetic sensor systems; wireless communication for robot-human teams.

JOEY SHAW (334-844-3957; jnshaw@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Agronomy and Soils. Has expertise in the dynamics of soil contamination, water quality, waste management, remote sensing, and precision agriculture.

KYUNG H. YOO (334-844-3532; khyoo@eng.auburn.edu) Professor, Biosystems Engineering. Has expertise in soil and water conservation, erosion control, water harvesting, hydrology, and programs to help developing countries.


TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
PAUL M. SWAMIDASS (334-844-4333; swamidp@eng.auburn.edu), Professor of Operations Management and Associate Director of Thomas Walter Center for Technology Management. Expertise in strategic technology management, manufacturing process technology adoption, supply chain, curriculum development for cross-disciplinary programs in business/engineering, and executive MBA programs for engineers. Speaker on: Technology management, cross-disciplinary programs in business and engineering, India's economy, business and foreign investment.


TELECOMMUNICATIONS
HOUSTON H. CARR (334-844-6522; houston@business.auburn.edu), Professor, Department of Management. Author of two books on management concepts - The Management of Telecommunications and The Management of End User Computing, plus a pending book on data communications.Had 21 years experience in industry prior to coming to academe developing computer-based systems to support management.

CHETAN S. SANKAR (334-844-6504; sankar@business.auburn.edu), Tech Management Professor, Department of Management. Can speak on telecommunications, engineering education, project management, and use of information technologies in education.


TELEVISION
EMMETT WINN (334-844-2761; winneme@auburn.edu) Associate Dean and Professor,Communication & Journalism. Can discuss the history of film and television; writing for television and film, censorship and the social influence of the mass media.


TERRORISM
BRYAN CHIN (334-844-3322; bchin@eng.auburn.edu) Professor and Chairman, Materials Engineering; Center director, AU Detection and Food Safety Center. Leads a team developing a sensor for biological detection. Other projects involve: radio-frequency identification health monitoring tags, adaptive materials, sol gel deposition of piezoelectric materials and process control sensors and control methodology.

KEITH CUMMINS (334-844-1510; kcummins@auburn.edu) Professor, Animal Sciences. Has expertise in the nutritional needs and balances for dairy cattle, reducing the amount of ammonia released into the air from livestock operations, improved livestock production systems, nutritional needs of search and rescue dogs, and the effects of scent on animal behavior.

JAMES DAVIDSON (334-844-8777; jsd0003@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Civil Engineering. Areas of expertise: Structural dynamics; structural stability; protective structures; blast; crash injury mechanics; curved steel bridge design; culvert strength and rehabilitation.

DREW HAMILTON (334-844-6360; hamilj1@auburn.edu) Alumni Professor, Computer Science and Software Engineering. Areas of expertise:  Computer and network security; software vulnerability analysis; simulation of computer networks; computer networking; distributed computing.

ROBERT NORTON (334-844-2604; rnorton@auburn.edu) Professor, Poultry Science. The 2004 winner of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director’s Award for Community Leadership, Norton is a leading expert on terrorism threats to our nation's agriculture. His Web site, Ag-Security.com, uses existing, new and developing technology to detect, identify and respond to both natural disease outbreaks and agriculture-based bioterrorist attacks.

STEWART SCHNELLER (334-844-6963, schnest@auburn.edu). Dean and Professor, AU College of Sciences and Mathematics. Can discuss how viruses and bacteria such as anthrax can be "weaponized," how the risk of consequences could be estimated, the status of diagnosis, and possible approaches to therapy.

BRUCE TATARCHUK (334-844-2023, brucet@eng.auburn.edu) Professor and Director, Center for Microfibrous Materials Manufacturing Center. Developer of a filter can neutralize nearly 80 chemical and biological attack weapons, including anthrax.

GWYNEDD THOMAS (334-844-5546, gat0001@auburn.edu) Associate professor in polymer and fiber engineering.
Engineered fabrics and design; protective materials (including ballistic resistance, blast protection, chemical resistance, flame resistance, biological agent protection); aircraft and vehicle protective structures; fiber-based medical fabrics and protective materials; communications enhancing, structual reinforcement fibruous structures.

PAUL WAGGONER (334-844-4541, waggolp@vetmed.auburn.edu). Interim Director of Canine & Detection Research Institute. Can speak about training methods and research and development efforts of detector dogs. Auburn's CDRI program is the largest and most comprehensive canine research, technology development, and technology application organization in the world.

JEAN WEESE (334-844-3269; jweese@auburn.edu) Extension Specialist, Professor, Nutrition and Food Science. Can speak on topics related to food safety; homeland security in the food supply, food product development, starting a food processing business, obesity, and diabetes.


TEXTILES AND APPAREL
DOROTHY CAVENDER (334-844-4790; dcavender@auburn.edu) Assistant Provost. Can speak on direct marketing of apparel through catalogues; apparel preferences of Mexican consumers; academic affairs; student development, recruitment and placement.

CAROL CENTRALLO (334-844-1325; carol.centrallo@auburn.edu) Extension Apparel/Textile Management Specialist and Associate Professor. Can speak on apparel production; human relations in the apparel industry.

LENDA JO CONNELL (334-844-3789; lconnell@auburn.edu) Professor. Can speak on apparel production management; marketing and consumer behavior; product development.

SANDRA FORSYTHE (334-844-6458; sforsythe@auburn.edu) Wrangler Professor. Can speak on apparel marketing and consumer behavior; international marketing.

ANN BETH PRESLEY (334-844-1347; apresley@auburn.edu) Associate Professor. Can speak on computer applications in textiles and apparel; history of textile and apparel industries; and quality issues in textiles and apparel.

LEW SLATEN (334-844-1330; lewis.slaten@auburn.edu) Associate Professor. Can speak on evaluation of textiles and apparel products; protective clothing; chemistry of textile finishes.

PAM ULRICH (334-844-1336; pulrich@auburn.edu) Associate Professor. Can speak on commercial development of textile, apparel, and retail industries; fashion history, theory, and forecasting; international merchandising and marketing trends.

CAROL WARFIELD (334-844-1329; warficl@auburn.edu) Professor and Head. Can speak on textile and apparel industry competitiveness; world production and distribution of textiles and apparel; consumer wear studies.


THEATRE
LISA CHANNER (334-844-4748; channle@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Theatre. Can speak on Acting AND Directing. Russian Theatre.

ROBIN JAFFE (334-844-4748; jaffero@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Theatre. Can speak on Technical theatre. Scene and lighting design.

DAYDRIE HAGUE (334-844-6613; hagueda@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Theatre. Can speak on acting. Expertise in Voice and Speech training. Professional actress.

DAN LAROCQUE (334-844-6616; larocdj@auburn.edu) Professor and Chair of Performance, Theatre. Professional actor and southeast regional chair of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Can speak on theatre performance, the Kennedy Center American College Theatre
Festival programs for theatre in higher education, and actor training.

A. LYNN LOCKROW (334-844-6615; lockral@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Theatre. Research centers around creative projects for educational- or professional-based design and directing projects for theatre. Can speak on scenic design, lighting design and stage and production management.

JUDITH NELSON (334-844-4748; nelsoju@auburn.edu), Assistant Professor, Theatre. Can speak on Dance.

TRACY OLEINICK (334-844-6939; oleintb@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Theatre. Can speak on costume design and history. Expertise in Quilting.

SCOTT PHILLIPS (334-844-6623; phillm2@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Theatre. Areas include theatre history, literature and criticism. Research includes work on Victorian Periodicals and the British Stage.


THERMAL MANAGEMENT OF MICROELECTRONICS
SUSHIL BHAVNANI (334) 844-3303; bhavnsh@eng.auburn.edu, Alumni Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Thermal management of electronics, phase-change heat transfer in microchannels, pool boiling, heat transfer enhancement, lost foam casting, gas turbines, solar energy, refrigeration, non-newtonian fluid mechanics, bio-energy, hybrid vehicles.


TRANSIT/TRANSPORTATION
REX HUFFMAN (334-844-4757; huffmrl@auburn.edu) Manager, Transit Services. Helped implement the new Transit GSP tracking system.

ROD TUROCHY (334-844-6271; turocre@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Civil Engineering. Areas of expertise: Traffic engineering; highway safety; intelligent transportation systems; transportation policy; highway quality assurance; bicycle and pedestrian facility planning.

VETERINARY MEDICINE - ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
CARL PINKERT (334-844-3700; pinkeca@auburn.edu) Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies. Also professor in Pathobiology. Animal transgenesis, mitochondrial disease, stem cell research, animal reproductive physiology, graduate study programs.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - ANESTHESIOLOGY

HUI-CHU LIN (334-844-4490, linhuic@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Anesthesiology.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
DAWN BOOTHE (334-844-4427; boothdm@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Physiology, pharmacology, Director of Clinical Pharmacology Laboratory.

TIMOTHY BRADEN (334-844-5409; bradetd@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Reproductive physiology of domestic animals.

ELAINE COLEMAN (334-844-6885; colemes@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Anatomy and neuroscience.

MISSY JOSEPHSON (334-844-5423; josepem@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neuroscience, olfactory system.

BARBARA KEMPPAINEN (334-844-4425; kemppbw@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology. Toxicology, health effects of fungal toxins.

STEVEN KINCAID (334-844-6742; kincasa@auburn.edu) Alumni Professor, Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology. Histology.

EDWARD MORRISON (334-844-4427; morriee@auburn.edu) Head, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neurobiology of chemosensory systems, development and plasticity of olfactory neurons, disease transmission in the channel catfish.

JAN STEISS (334-844-8505; steisje@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology. Canine physical therapy; neuromuscular disorders of companion animals, canine sports medicine.

VITALY VODYANOY (334-844-5405; vodyavi@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Sensory physiology, biophysics of odor detection, receptors, reconstitution of membrane associated macro-molecules, microscope development.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - BIOTERRORISM

EDWARD MORRISON (334-844-4427; morriee@auburn.edu) Head, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neurobiology of chemosensory systems, development and plasticity of olfactory neurons, disease transmission in the channel catfish.

KENNETH NUSBAUM (334-844-2693; nusbake@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Infectious and zoonotic diseases, DNA vaccination of fish, pathogenesis of disease in fish, veterinary public health.

DAVID STRINGFELLOW (334-844-2667; strinda@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. In vitro fertilization in cattle; embryo transfer; biohazard training.

VITALY VODYANOY (334-844-5405; vodyavi@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Sensory physiology, biophysics of odor detection, receptors, reconstitution of membrane associated macro-molecules, microscope development.

PAUL WAGGONER, (334-844-4541; waggolp@auburn.edu) Director, Canine and Detection Research Institute. Use of canines for detection of hazardous materials.

JAMES WENZEL (334-844-4490; wenzejg@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Theriogenology, epidemiology; animal reproduction and production systems, clinical epidemiology, biosecurity, biohazard training.

JIM WRIGHT (334-844-2670; wrighj3@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Epidemiology of infectious diseases, transmission of vector-borne diseases, prevention and control of zoonoses, West Nile virus.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - BIRDS
JAMIE BELLAH (334-844-4690; bellajr@auburn.edu) Professor and Director, Clinical Sciences. Director, Southeastern Raptor Center. General soft tissue surgery, reconstructive surgery.

FRED HOERR (334-844-4987; hoerrfj@auburn.edu) Director, State of Alabama Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories; Professor, Pathobiology. Diseases of poultry and other avian species.

MARIANNE MURPHY (334-844-6943; murphmr@auburn.edu) Educational Specialist, Southeastern Raptor Center. Raptor programs with hawks, falcons, eagles, etc. Trains AU's eagles.

JIM WRIGHT (334-844-2670; wrighj3@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Epidemiology of infectious diseases, transmission of vector-borne diseases, prevention and control of zoonoses, West Nile virus.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - BLOOD DISORDERS

MARY BOUDREAUX (334-844-2692; boudrmk@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Platelet physiology and pathophysiology, coagulation disorders, inherited bleeding disorders.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - CANCER
CURTIS BIRD (334-844-2707; birdric@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Molecular biology and cancer genetics.

WILLIAM BRAWNER (334-844-5045; brawnwr@auburn.edu) Ware Distinguished Professor, Clinical Sciences. Cancer treatment, radiology, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging.

JOHN HATHCOCK (334-844-5045; hathcjt@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Diagnostic radiology, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.

RALPH HENDERSON (334-844-4690; hendera@auburn.edu) Lowder Distinguished Professor, Clinical Sciences. Animal cancer, surgical oncology, surgical instruction, general surgery, reconstruction.

MARY LYNN HIGGINBOTHAM (334-844-4690; higgiml@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Oncology, tumor biology, melanoma, lymphoma, osteosarcoma.

ANNETTE SMITH (334-844-4690; smith30@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Internal medicine, oncology, hemangiosarcoma, thymoma, tumor angiogenesis, and intra-cavitary chemotherapy.

BRUCE SMITH (334-844-5951; smithbf@auburn.edu) Director, Molecular Medicine Program, Scott-Ritchey Research Center; Associate Professor of Pathobiology Molecular Genetics. Inherited diseases, muscular dystrophy, targeted delivery to muscle and tumors, gene therapy, and genetic vaccination/adjuvantation.

ELIZABETH WHITLEY (334-844-2797; mcraeee@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Pathobiology. Comparative oncology, pathology of cancer (all species).


VETERINARY MEDICINE - CATS AND DOGS
TODD AXLUND (334-844-4690; axluntw@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Neurology and neurosurgery.

ELLEN BEHREND (334-844-4690; behreen@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Endocrinology, small animal internal medicine.

JAMIE BELLAH (334-844-4690; bellajr@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Director, Southeastern Raptor Center. General soft tissue surgery, reconstructive surgery.

HARRY BOOTHE (334-844-4690; boothhw@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Soft tissue surgery, portosystemic shunts.

RAY DILLON (334-844-4690; dilloar@auburn.edu) Jack O. Rash Professor of Medicine, Clinical Sciences. Cardiopulmonary research, lung diseases, congestive heart failure.

DENNIS GOLDEN (334-844-4690; goldedl@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Internal medicine, gastrointestinal diseases.

RALPH HENDERSON (334-844-4690; hendera@auburn.edu) Lowder Distinguished Professor, Clinical Sciences. Animal cancer, surgical oncology, surgical instruction, general surgery, reconstruction.

MARY LYNN HIGGINBOTHAM (334-844-4690; higgiml@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Oncology, tumor biology, melanoma, lymphoma, osteosarcoma.

ROBERT KENNIS (334-844-4690; kennira@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Feline bacterial skin diseases, otitis, allergies, canine food allergy.

RONALD MONTGOMERY (334-844-4690; montgrd@auburn.edu) Chief of Surgery and Professor, Clinical Sciences. Small animal orthopedics, sports medicine, arthroscopy and physical rehabilitation; cruciate ligament injuries and artificial hips in dogs.

SARA-LOUISE NEWCOMER (334 844-4690;sln0005@auburn.edu) D.V.M., clinical instructor for the Small Animal Clinic.

STEPHEN SIMPSON (334-844-4690; simpss1@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Neurology and neurosurgery in small animals.

SARALYNN SMITH-CARR (334-844-4690; smiths3@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Internal medicine, small animal reproductive disease, hepatic disease, urinary tract disease, and feline infectious disease.

MARY TEFEND (334-844-4690; tefenmb@auburn.edu) Hill's® Clinical Instructor in Veterinary Critical Care Nursing, Clinical Sciences. Intensive care supervisor.

MICHAEL TILLSON (334-844-4690; tillsdm@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Kidney transplants, surgery.

DAVID WHITLEY (334-844-5045; whitlrd@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Veterinary ophthalmology, cataract surgery, corneal diseases and inherited eye diseases.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - CATTLE
KENNY BROCK (334-844-2663; brockkv@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Bovine viral diarrhea virus, infectious diseases of cattle; molecular virology; diagnostic microbiology.

ROBERT CARSON (334-844-4490; carsorl@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Cattle reproduction, embryo transfer, in vitro fertilization.

SUE DURAN (334-844-6722; duransh@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Large animal pharmacy, drug interactions, pharmacy law.

JULIE GARD (334-844-4490; waldrja@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Dairy, food animal theriogenology.

DAN GIVENS, (334-844-4950; givenmd@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences and Pathobiology. Food animal theriogenology, embryo transfer in cattle.

HUI-CHU LIN (334-844-4490, linhuic@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Anesthesiology.

HERRIS MAXWELL, (334-844-4490; maxwehs@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Food animal theriogenology, dairy.

DEBRA RUFFIN (334-844-4490; ruffidc@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Large animal internal medicine, infectious diseases in horses and cows, beef cattle vaccines, sheep, goats.

JAMES SARTIN (334-844-5515; sartijl@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Growth hormones and genetics in cattle.

DAVID STRINGFELLOW (334-844-2667; strinda@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. In vitro fertilization in cattle; embryo transfer; biohazard training.

JAMES WENZEL (334-844-4490; wenzejg@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Theriogenology, epidemiology; animal reproduction and production systems, clinical epidemiology, biosecurity, biohazard training.

DWIGHT WOLFE (334-844-4490; wolfedf@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Reproduction in cattle, urogenital surgery of farm animals, musculoskeletal disease and cattle injuries.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - DERMATOLOGY
ROBERT KENNIS (334-844-4690; kennira@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Feline bacterial skin diseases, otitis, allergies, canine food allergy.

JOHN MACDONALD (334-844-4690; macdojm@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Veterinary dermatology.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - DEVELOPMENT

DIANA CHILDERS (334-844-1274; milesdi@auburn.edu) Development Officer. Financial gifts, endowments, scholarship establishment, Centennial Club, memorial pavers.

SAM HENDRIX (334-844-1446; samhendrix@auburn.edu) Director of Development. Financial gifts, endowments, scholarship establishment, Centennial Club, memorial pavers.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - DETECTOR DOGS
PAUL WAGGONER, (334-844-4541; waggolp@auburn.edu) Director, Canine and Detection Research Institute. Use of canines for detection of hazardous materials.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - DENTISTRY
GARY BEARD (334-844-3699; beardgb@auburn.edu) Assistant Dean, Outreach. Dentistry, trends in veterinary medicine, college spokesperson.

JANET WELCH (334-844-4690; welchja@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Dental/oral surgery, fracture repair, orthopedic implants, bone healing.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - DIABETES
ROBERT JUDD (334-844-5416; juddrob@auburn.edu) Associate Professor and Boshell Chair in Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Researches new treatments for Type 2 diabetes mellitus.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - DNA RESEARCH
HENRY BAKER (334-844-5951; bakerhj@auburn.edu) Professor, Scott-Ritchey Research Center,, Pathobiology and Clinical Sciences. Molecular genetics; companion animal health.

NANCY COX (334-844-6197; coxnanc@auburn.edu) Director, Scott-Ritchey Research Center. Neuropathology, inherited metabolic diseases (mesenchymal stem cells and gene therapy), phage display for diagnosis of brain tumors.

BERNHARD KALTENBOECK (334-844-2665; kaltebe@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Infectious diseases, genetic research on Chlamydia.

BRUCE SMITH (334-844-5951; smithbf@auburn.edu) Director, Molecular Medicine Program, Scott-Ritchey Research Center; Associate Professor of Pathobiology Molecular Genetics. Inherited diseases, muscular dystrophy, targeted delivery to muscle and tumors, gene therapy, and genetic vaccination/adjuvantation.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE
REID HANSON (334-844-4490; hansorr@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Equine surgery, gastrointestinal disorders, osteoarthritis, equine critical care.


MARY TEFEND (334-844-4690; tefenmb@auburn.edu) Hill's® Clinical Instructor in Veterinary Critical Care Nursing, Clinical Sciences. Intensive care supervisor.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - FISH
EDWARD MORRISON (334-844-4427; morriee@auburn.edu) Head, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neurobiology of chemosensory systems, development and plasticity of olfactory neurons, disease transmission in the channel catfish.

JOE NEWTON (334-844-2732; newtojc@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Pathogenesis of bacterial diseases of fish.

KENNETH NUSBAUM (334-844-2693; nusbake@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Infectious and zoonotic diseases, DNA vaccination of fish, pathogenesis of disease in fish, veterinary public health.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - FOOD SAFETY
STUART PRICE (334-844-2673; pricesb@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Microbiology, researches food-borne bacterial pathogens that are transmitted to humans from animals.

VITALY VODYANOY (334-844-5405; vodyavi@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Sensory physiology, biophysics of odor detection, receptors, reconstitution of membrane associated macro-molecules, microscope development.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - HEART DISEASE
RAY DILLON (334-844-4690; dilloar@auburn.edu) Jack O. Rash Professor of Medicine, Clinical Sciences. Cardiopulmonary research, lung diseases, congestive heart failure.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - HORSES
FRED CALDWELL (334-844-4490; caldwfj@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Equine surgery.

SUE DURAN (334-844-6722; duransh@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Large animal pharmacy, drug interactions, pharmacy law.

REID HANSON (334-844-4490; hansorr@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Equine surgery, gastrointestinal disorders, osteoarthritis, equine critical care.

HUI-CHU LIN (334-844-4490, linhuic@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Anesthesiology.

ALESSANDRA PELLEGRINI (334-844-4490; passlth@auburn.edu) Visiting Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Internal medicine, foal intensive care.

AMELIA MUNSTERMAN (334-844-4490; munstas@auburn.edu) Instructor, Clinical Sciences. Emergency equine surgery.

DEBRA RUFFIN (334-844-4490; ruffidc@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Large animal internal medicine, infectious diseases in horses and cows, beef cattle vaccines, sheep, goats.

ALLISON STEWART (334-844 4490; stewaaj@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences. Equine internal medicine, neonatal intensive care, neurology, ultrasound.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - INFECTIOUS DISEASES
KENNY BROCK (334-844-2663; brockkv@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Bovine viral diarrhea virus, infectious diseases of cattle; molecular virology; diagnostic microbiology.

BOBBY BROWN (334-844-5667; brownbo@auburn.edu) Director, Lab Animal Health. Also Associate Executive Director of Animal Resources for Auburn University. Public health problems, zoonotic diseases, infectious diseases, syphilis, leprosy, malaria, hepatitis C, Ebola, monkeypox.

CALVIN JOHNSON (334-844-2687; johncal@auburn.edu) Head of Pathobiology. Veterinary anatomic pathology, HIV/AIDS in animal, feline immunodeficiency virus infection.

BERNHARD KALTENBOECK (334-844-2665; kaltebe@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Infectious diseases; genetic research on Chlamydia.

JOE NEWTON (334-844-2732; newtojc@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Pathogenesis of bacterial diseases of fish.

KENNETH NUSBAUM (334-844-2693; nusbake@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Infectious and zoonotic diseases, DNA vaccination of fish, pathogenesis of disease in fish, veterinary public health.

STUART PRICE (334-844-2673; pricesb@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Microbiology, researches food-borne bacterial pathogens that are transmitted to humans from animals.

ELIZABETH WELLES (334-844-2689; welleeg@auburn.edu) Director, Clinical Pathology Laboratory; Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Hematology, clinical chemistries, urinalysis, and cytology.

JIM WRIGHT (334-844-2670; wrighj3@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Pathobiology. Epidemiology of infectious diseases, transmission of vector-borne diseases, prevention and control of zoonoses, West Nile virus.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - LAB ANIMAL HEALTH
BOBBY BROWN (334-844-5667; brownbo@auburn.edu) Director, Lab Animal Health. Also Associate Executive Director of Animal Resources for Auburn University. Public health problems, zoonotic diseases, infectious diseases, syphilis, leprosy, malaria, hepatitis C, Ebola, monkeypox.

CARL PINKERT (334-844-3700; pinkeca@auburn.edu) Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies. Also professor in Pathobiology. Animal transgenesis, mitochondrial disease, stem cell research, animal reproductive physiology, graduate study programs.

PAT RYNDERS (334-844-5669; ryndepe@auburn.edu) Associate Director, Lab Animal Health. Also Board Member and Secretary of Lee County Humane Society.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

BRUCE SMITH (334-844-5951; smithbf@auburn.edu) Director, Molecular Medicine Program, Scott-Ritchey Research Center; Associate Professor of Pathobiology Molecular Genetics. Inherited diseases, muscular dystrophy, targeted delivery to muscle and tumors, gene therapy, and genetic vaccination/adjuvantation.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - NEUROSCIENCE
TODD AXLUND (334-844-4690; axluntw@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Neurology and neurosurgery.

ELAINE COLEMAN (334-844-6885; colemes@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Anatomy and neuroscience.

MISSY JOSEPHSON (334-844-5423; josepem@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neuroscience, olfactory system.

EDWARD MORRISON (334-844-4427; morriee@auburn.edu) Head, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neurobiology of chemosensory systems, development and plasticity of olfactory neurons, disease transmission in the channel catfish.

JAMES SARTIN (334-844-5515; sartijl@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Growth hormones and genetics in cattle.

STEPHEN SIMPSON (334-844-4690; simpss1@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Neurology and neurosurgery in small animals.

VITALY VODYANOY (334-844-5405; vodyavi@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Sensory physiology, biophysics of odor detection, receptors, reconstitution of membrane associated macro-molecules, microscope development.


VETERINARY MEDICINE
- OLFACTORY SYSTEMS
MISSY JOSEPHSON (334-844-5423; josepem@auburn.edu) Assistant Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neuroscience, olfactory system.

EDWARD MORRISON (334-844-4427; morriee@auburn.edu) Head, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Neurobiology of chemosensory systems, development and plasticity of olfactory neurons, disease transmission in the channel catfish.

VITALY VODYANOY (334-844-5405; vodyavi@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Sensory physiology, biophysics of odor detection, receptors, reconstitution of membrane associated macro-molecules, microscope development.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - OPHTHALMOLOGY
DAVID WHITLEY (334-844-5045; whitlrd@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Veterinary ophthalmology, cataract surgery, corneal diseases and inherited eye diseases.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - PHARMACOLOGY
DAWN BOOTHE (334-844-4427; boothdm@auburn.edu) Professor, Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology. Physiology, pharmacology, Director of Clinical Pharmacology Laboratory.

SUE DURAN (334-844-6722; duransh@auburn.edu) Professor, Clinical Sciences. Large animal pharmacy, drug interactions, pharmacy law.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - PARASITES
BYRON BLAGBURN (334-844-4539; blagbbl@auburn.edu) Distinguished University Professor, Pathobiology. Parasitology, flea control, heartworms and hookworm.

CHARLES HENDRIX (844-4539; hendrcm@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Parasite/host interactions, canine heartworm disease, veterinary written communication.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - POULTRY
SANDRA EWALD (334-844-2722; ewaldsj@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Immunogenetics of chickens, genetic resistance to disease.

FRED HOERR (334-844-4987; hoerrfj@auburn.edu) Director, State of Alabama Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories; Professor, Pathobiology. Diseases of poultry and other avian species.

HAROLDO TORO, (334-844-2662; torohar@auburn.edu) Professor, Pathobiology. Poultry diseases, viral diseases, etiology, synergistic effects between immunosuppressive and other viruses.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - RADIOLOGY
DEBRA BEARD (334-844-5045; bearddm@auburn.edu) Assistant Clinical Professor, Clinical Sciences. Ultrasonography, ultrasound, pet animals, diagnostic radiology, veterinary telemedicine.

JOHN HATHCOCK (334-844-5045; hathcjt@auburn.edu) Radiology Section Chief, Clinical Sciences. Diagnostic radiology, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - RAPTOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
MARIANNE MURPHY (334-844-6943; murphmr@auburn.edu) Educational Specialist, Southeastern Raptor Center. Raptor programs with hawks, falcons, eagles, etc. Trains AU's eagles.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - RESEARCH PROGRAMS

CARL PINKERT (334-844-3700; pinkeca@auburn.edu) Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies. Also professor in Pathobiology. Animal transgenesis, mitochondrial disease, stem cell research, animal reproductive physiology, graduate study programs.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - SPORTS MEDICINE

RONALD MONTGOMERY (334-844-4690; montgrd@auburn.edu), Chief of Surgery and Professor, Clinical Sciences. Small animal orthopedics, sports medicine, arthroscopy and physical rehabilitation; cruciate ligament injuries and artificial hips in dogs.

JAN STEISS (334-844-8505; steisje@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology. Canine physical therapy; neuromuscular disorders of companion animals, canine sports medicine.


VETERINARY MEDICINE - WOUND HEALING AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
STEVEN SWAIM (334-844-5951; swaimsf@auburn.edu) Professor Emeritus and Visiting Professor, Scott-Ritchey Research Center. Wound healing and reconstructive surgery.

JANET WELCH (334-844-4690; welchja@auburn.edu), Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences. Dental/oral surgery, fracture repair, orthopedic implants, bone healing.


VIOLENCE
JANICE CLIFFORD (334-844-5080, cliffje@auburn.edu). Assistant Professor, Criminology/Sociology. Can discuss most issues related to the Sociology of family and issues related to violence against women, victimization, family violence and violent crimes.

GREG PETTIT (334-844-3228; gpettit@auburn.edu) Professor. Can speak on parent-child interaction; familial influences on children's peer relationships; peer rejection and aggression.

CONNIE SALTS (334-844-4482; csalts@auburn.edu) Professor. Can speak on adolescent violence and other problem behaviors; marriage and family therapy and supervision.

ALEXANDER VAZSONYI (334-844-4091; avazsonyi@auburn.edu) Professor. Can speak on adolescent development and problem behaviors; delinquency etiology; school-work nexus; cross-national comparative methodology; youth violence prevention and program evaluation.


VOTING/REGISTRATION

CHRISTA DARYL SLATON (334-844-6123, slatocd@auburn.edu) Associate Dean for Educational Affairs, College of Liberal Arts Professor & Director. Elections Administration Program.


WATER POLLUTION/QUALITY
MARK BARNETT (334-844-6291; barnem4@auburn.edu) Professor, Civil Engineering. Areas of expertise: Water quality engineering and environmental remediation, with a particular focus on the fate and effect of metals and radionuclides in the environment; development; analysis and implementation of sustainable energy; resource; and environmental policy.

CLAUDE E. BOYD (334-844-4078; ceboyd@auburn.edu) Professor and Butler/Cunningham Eminent Scholar, Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures. Has expertise in environmental management of ponds and in aquaculture, international collaboration, food safety and risk analysis, water quality and waste management, environmental issues in Alabama, and restoration and best management practices for ponds and waterways. Also has worked extensively overseas with developing countries on fisheries and water quality issues.

LEE I. CHIBA (334-844-1560; lchiba@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Animal Sciences. Has expertise in nutritional systems for swine to increase reproductive efficiency, improved animal systems, and he can address water quality and waste management issues.

PRABHAKAR CLEMENT (334-844-6268; clemept@auburn.edu) Professor, Civil Engineering. Areas of expertise: Analysis of groundwater flow hydraulics; laboratory-scale visualization of porous media flow; optimization of environmental systems; erosion and sediment control.

JAMES E. HAIRSTON (334-844-3973; hairsje@auburn.edu) Extension Water Quality Scientist, Professor, Agronomy and Soils, and Alabama Water Program Coordinator for the National Water Program partnership between USDA-CSREES and the Land-Grant System. Serves as regional leader of drinking water and human health issues for the National Water Program. Has expertise in general agriculture and most aspects of water quality, water pollution, and pollution prevention. Can address most water-related issues and has developed a web site covering 103 water-related topics (http://www.auburn.edu/waterquality).

MIKE MACEINA (334-844-9319; mmaceina@auburn.edu) Professor, Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures. Has expertise in sport fish biology and management and water quality and can address such issues as the water wars and the ACT and ACF water compact proposals between Georgia and Alabama.

MARY S. MILLER-GOODMAN (334-844-3936; goodmms@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Agronomy and Soils. Has expertise in sustainable management strategies for livestock producers and biodiversity and productivity of grazed landscapes. She also can address issues related to livestock's impact on water quality, Alabama forage management, restoration and best management practices for cattle and livestock producers and small and family farms.

W. F. "FRANK" OWSLEY (334-844-1505; fowsley@auburn.edu) Extension Animal Scientist and Associate Professor, Animal Sciences. Has expertise in animal nutrition, animal welfare and behavior, manure management, nutrient management, animal production systems, small-scale animal production and swine management. Coordinator of Alabama's meat animal quality assurance programs (beef, pork, lamb, meat goat). Certified for on-farm odor and environmental assessments and a trainer/assessor for the Swine Welfare Assurance Program.

JOEY SHAW (334-844-3957; jnshaw@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Agronomy and Soils. Has expertise in the dynamics of soil contamination, water quality, waste management, remote sensing, and precision agriculture.

JEFF SIBLEY (334-844-3132; jsibley@auburn.edu) Alumni Professor, Horticulture. Has expertise in shade trees and other ornamental woody plants, particularly on how environmental influences affect landscape trees, urban issues related to the environment, water quality, waste management, soil conservation, and best management practices related to ornamental horticulture.

PUNEET SRIVASTAVA (334-844-7426; srivapu@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Biosystems Engineering. Areas of expertise: Effect of climate variability and change on water resources; monitoring and modeling of hydrologic and nonpoint pollutant transport and transformation processes; development and evaluation of best management practices for nonpoint source pollution control; Application of geographic information, global positioning, remote sensing, and neural network systems for water resource management; animal waste management.

KYUNG H. YOO (334-844-3532; khyoo@eng.auburn.edu) Professor, Biosystems Engineering. Has expertise in soil and water conservation, erosion control, water harvesting, hydrology, and programs to help developing countries.


WATER SUPPLY

CLAUDE E. BOYD (334-844-4078; ceboyd@auburn.edu) Professor and Butler/Cunningham Eminent Scholar, Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures. Has expertise in environmental management of ponds and in aquaculture, international collaboration, food safety and risk analysis, water quality and waste management, environmental issues in Alabama, and restoration and best management practices for ponds and waterways. Also has worked extensively overseas with developing countries on fisheries and water quality issues.

BILL DEUTSCH (334-844-9119; deutswg@auburn.edu), Director of the Alabama Water Watch Program; Research Fellow, College of Agriculture. Conducts a study with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management to reduce nutrient and sediment pollution in waterways such as Saugahatchee Creek, which flows through portions of Lee, Chambers, Macon and Tallapoosa counties in Alabama to the Tallapoosa River.

LARRY FILLMER (334-844-6142; fillmjl@auburn.edu) Director, AU Natural Resources Management & Development Institute, which includes the AU Bioenergy and Bioproducts Center and the AU Water Resources Center. Fillmer has more than 35 years experience in organizational management.

WILLIE HARPER (334-844-6260; harpewf@auburn.edu), Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering. Conducts research on how to improve the effectiveness of waster water treatment plants in removing synthetic chemicals, such residue from pharmaceutical products. One project includes stopping endocrine disruptors from traveling downstream where they can affect the development of fish.

DAVE WORLEY, (334-844-6980; worlesd@auburn.edu) Professor of Chemistry, College of Sciences and Mathematics. Developed N-halamine technology that is the basis for new in-home water filters that HaloSource Inc. recently introduced in India. Worley has received 30 patents in the course of discovering this process that binds chlorine or bromine atoms to the surface of materials, making the filters last longer.


WILDLIFE
DOYLE E. KEASAL (334-844-6398; keasade@auburn.edu) Extension Specialist, Environmental Education. Has expertise in providing environmental education training for educators in grades K-12. Trained facilitator for Project Learning Tree, Project WILD, Project WET, Aquatic WILD, Legacy educational programs, and the Discovering Our Heritage programs. Assists in planning outdoor classrooms and educational programs at schools and nature centers.


WIRELESS ENGINEERING
PRATHIMA AGRAWAL (334-844-2308; agrawpr@auburn.edu) Director, Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center (WEREC).


WOMEN'S ISSUES
JANICE CLIFFORD (334-844-5080, cliffje@auburn.edu) Associate Professor, Criminology/Sociology.  Can speak about various issues related to family and interpersonal relationships.

KIMBERLY D. GILL (334-844-5018; gillkid@auburn.edu) Associate Director of Women's Leadership Institute. Women in leadership positions-public and private, team building and conflict management in the workplace and mediation.

DONNA SOLLIE (334-844-3230; dsollie@auburn.edu) Assistant Provost, Women's Advancement. Can speak on gender in relationships; relationship processes and satisfaction; social support and social networks; friendships; transitions in close relationships during young adulthood.

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