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Prof. Barkin is a cultural anthropologist whose research focuses on Southeast Asia and how it is represented in media and through study abroad. He directs the annual LIASE Southeast Asia Symposium.
With research in planetary astronomy, space technology, and the solar system, Prof. Bates teaches and presents widely on space exploration, the search for alien life, and astronomical phenomena.
Teaching both at the undergraduate level and in the M.A.T. program, Prof. Beck specializes in social studies and language arts instruction in secondary curriculum.
Prof. Beezer's research focuses primarily on graph theory, but includes combinatorics, as well. He teaches courses in cryptography, algebra, calculus, and combinatorics.
Prof. Belot's research focuses on 19th-century French literature and culture, French science fiction (bande dessin?e), and Darwinism in literature.
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