Interests:Physics and synthesis of low-dimensional systems; nanoelectromechanical systems; solid-state defect centers and qubits; quantum and nanoscale-based sensing and microscopy; photonics; microfluidics
Interests:Clinical, Adolescent Development and Mental Health, Mood Disorders, Sleep, Developmental Social and Affective Neuroscience, Family Processes, Digital Mental Health, Assessment and Intervention, Prevention Research
Interests:culture and development, culturally sustainable development, identity and community, political legitimation, multiple forms of modernity, primary field work in West Africa, secondary field work in Indonesia
Office Hours:Spring 2020: Monday and Friday: 11:00am-12:00pm via Skype
Affiliated Departments:European Studies, Judaic Studies Program
Interests:Ancient and medieval song culture, the birth of the novel, the Wandering Jew, Long Romanticism, Old Norse literature, the lyrical mode, Hans Christian Andersen, and notions of religiosity in the Danish Golden Age.
Additional Title:Supramolecular & Materials Chemistry; <a href='http://bradshaw-holzapfel-lab.uoregon.edu/endowed-professorship/'>Bradshaw and Holzapfel Research Professor in Transformational Science and Mathematics</a>
Interests:Interests: History and theory of the novel in Europe and the US, comparative modernism, contemporary fiction, visual culture, and creative writing, specifically literary nonfiction and fiction.
Office Hours:S20: M 12-1:30, W 12-1:30 (Students), T 12-1, R 11-12 (Instructors); M 12-1:30: Drop-In Office Hours on Zoom at https:\uoregon.zoom.us/my/emilysimnitt. W 12-1:30: Email, Canvas Chat. T 12-1, R 11-12: Drop-In Writing Instructor Hours on Zoom or by email.
Interests:digital rhetoric, multilingual writing spaces, first year writing
Office Hours:Spring 2020: Monday: 12:00-1:30pm and Wednesday: 12:00-3:00pm and by appointment, to connect send an email or text 541-337-2634
Interests:German language, culture, and pedagogy; Globalization and Global Engagement Issues; Study Abroad; Identity Discourses and Multiculturalism; Food Studies; Higher Education Organizational Leadership; Academic Residential Communities and Residential Life
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