With a focus on immigration, Prof. Jacobson and has published numerous articles and chapters. She teaches on a variety of topics within the context of U.S. politics, including religion, state politics, and race.
In both his teaching and research, Prof. Jasinski has an emphasis on rhetorical criticism and public argument. His courses in communication studies cover topics such as rhetoric and the law, and political communication.
Prof. Johnson teaches a wide range of biology courses including: BIOL101 - Introduction to Biology, BIOL111 - Unity of Life, BIOL212 - Cell Biology, BIOL332 - Molecular Biology and Physiology of Plants, and BIOL361 - Biochemical Pathways/Processes.
In research, Prof. Johnson focuses on the history of the life sciences and the relationship between science and religion since the 17th century, with special interest in the naturalist tradition of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Prof. Johnson teaches law and legal studies in business. She has written extensively on the topic and has published monographs, articles, chapters, textbooks, and case studies.
Prof. Johnson is active in the sculpture community as an exhibiting artist in both group and solo exhibits. He teaches 2D/3D art studio classes, as well as Principles of 3D Design.