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Prof. Kapalczynski's research interests include investments, financial markets/institutions, and corporate governance. She teaches financial management, international finance, and personal finance classes.

Since 2015, Prof. Kashiwa has been a strong advocate for a larger professional role in occupational therapy for suicide prevention.

Prof. Kelley's research focuses on early modern French women writers.  She enjoys teaching all levels from her first-year seminar on the French Revolution, to French language classes through senior-level seminars.

Known for pushing students to think outside the box, Prof. Kendall practiced law before completing his Ph.D. and taking up teaching, specializing in international relations.

Prof. Kessel's current research is about rape culture and sexual consent; her past research focused on democratic education. Her classes cover a range of topics in political theory, including race, democracy, freedom, intersectionality, and liberalism.