professor of English 205/348-8508 firstname.lastname@example.org Literature of the Vietnam War, American literature, war literature, English
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Ronald Reagan Endowed Chair in Broadcasting 205/348-6350 email@example.com The Olympics; ratings and demographics in sports media; identity issues (gender, race, etc.) in sports media; popular communication; consumer behavior for television, radio, Internet, etc.
director of Moundville Archaeological Park 205/371-2234 (o) firstname.lastname@example.org.
dean, College of Human Environmental Sciences 205/348-6150 (o) email@example.com Personal finance, Personal financial planning, Consumerism, Shopping and budgeting, Holidays, Holiday budgeting, Family financial planning, Best use of credit, Kids and allowance, Holiday debt traps, Consumer issues/customer service
professor of dance 205/348-2894 (o), 205/349-2039 (h) Carter was awarded the National Outstanding Doctoral and Research Universities Professor of the Year award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 13, 2001.
associate professor of human development and family studies 205/348-8151 (o), 205/333-5964 (h) firstname.lastname@example.org Children who are bullies, Children in divorced families, Children’s health, Helping adolescents make decisions about wearing makeup, Dating, Corporal punishment
assistant professor, art and art history 205/348-6458 email@example.com
assistant professor, New College and music 205/348-9928 firstname.lastname@example.org
associate professor of history and director of graduate studies 205/348-1862 (o) email@example.com Southern history since 1865, U.S. women’s history, Alabama women and alcohol during Prohibition, 1920s popular culture in the South, Women and family life in the South in the 1920s
associate professor of theater 205/348-3842 or 205/348-5283 firstname.lastname@example.org a regional theatre designer working throughout the Southeast, Fitch’s interests include: corporate and industrial trade shows, drawing and drafting for the theater, trade journals and shows.
Associate provost for administration 205/348-6304 (o) email@example.com Gender, Online news, Sports, Media effects
professor and chair, philosophy department firstname.lastname@example.org 205/348-1912 Hestevold’s primary research interests involve analytic metaphysics in particular, problems involving time and identity. He is also interested in the nature of mercy, pity and other concepts related to moral psychology.
associate professor of religious studies and Aaron Aronov chair of Judaic Studies 205/348-0473 email@example.com Jacobs’ primary research foci are in Biblical Studies, translation and interpretation, including the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
associate professor, advertising and public relations firstname.lastname@example.org 205/348-7706 How brands use sporting events as advertising and PR platforms to reach consumers and drive brand sales; controversial consumer issues in advertising management; advertising strategies and techniques; how various media are used by advertisers; changes in media policies related to advertising; media pricing; mass media and society
professor of human nutrition 205/348-8128 (o), 205/348-6157 (o), 205/333-1141 (h) email@example.com Children’s health, Children’s nutrition, Food, Cereals, Beverages, Breakfast cereals, Sugar in beverages, Halloween, Candy and healthy holiday treats
professor of English, creative writing 205/348-5526 firstname.lastname@example.org
associate professor of music education 205/348-1430 email@example.com
director of graduate program, direct of graduate internships, department of communication studies firstname.lastname@example.org 205/348-8072
professor and coordinator, MFA in the Book Arts program, School of Library and Information Studies 205/348-1525 email@example.com Creating limited edition, handmade books
associate professor, American studies 205/348-0069 firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate professor, School of Library and Information Studies 205/348-1518 email@example.com
associate and Foster-EBSCO endowed professor, School of Library and Information Studies 205/348-1518 firstname.lastname@example.org
professor of human nutrition 205/348-4706 (o), 205/348-6157 (o), 205/553-5744 (h) email@example.com Zinc supplements and pregnancy outcomes, Food