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Prof. Ferrari's current research includes work on the moral and security aspects of geoengineering in response to climate change. She teaches courses in applied ethics and international relations.
In addition to teaching classes on comparative politics and Asian politics and political economy, Prof. Fields has written a book and co-authored several textbooks.
Prof. Fischer is a scholar and teacher of global health policy and systems, with a regional focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
A historian of science and technology, Prof. Fisher researches the history and philosophy of electricity, chemistry, and their related technologies, particularly experimentation, instrumentation, and science education.
Both Prof. Fortmann's research and teaching focus on international sustainable development and environmental economics. She teaches both introductory and upper-level economics classes.
Prof. Fox-Dobbs's research investigates a variety of environmental and paleoecological inquiries by utilizing biogeochemical techniques. She teaches geology and environmental science/policy classes.
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