Baehler’s research focuses on the history of sexuality, citizenship, and culture in the United States after World War II. His current project examines the relationship between homelessness, the HIV/AIDS crisis, and the rollback of the liberal welfare state in the 1980s and 1990s.
A board-certified specialist, Bartlo is VP of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Academy of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy. She has an outpatient clinical practice within her specialty, and her research focuses on entry-level competencies and clinical practice guidelines.
Blask's research focuses on awareness training to increase positive reinforcement of functional communication. She has expertise working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Chasey teaches both law and management courses within the college of business. His professional and research interests include sports law and college athletics,
As a dually licensed psychologist and behavior analyst, DeRosa’s clinical and research interests include the treatment of challenging behaviors, acquisition of functional skills, and variables that affect treatment generalization and relapse among individuals with disabilities,
Eimiller’s clinical practice and past research focus on orthopedic physical therapy. She is certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), with a special interest in treating spinal-driven pain/dysfunction,
In her 20-year tenure at a large local CPA firm, Ervin specialized in accounting and auditing for healthcare and not-for-profit organizations. Ervin also held the role of CFO at a health plan management company. She serves on the finance committee at Explore & More Children’s Museum and the board of a local education foundation.
Hockwater has over 13 years of experience teaching in higher education. Her research interests include the effect of fitness and dance intervention on the Pediatric Balance Scale (PBS) for the adaptive youth population and the impact of myofascial release on heart rate variability.
Jennings’ research interests include the role of verbal behavior in learning, emergent behavior, and strategies to increase teaching efficiency. She is also interested in incorporating data science with behavior analysis.
Khan is a behavioral neuroscientist with a specialization in neuropsychopharmacology. Her research interests lie in studying the genetic and environmental variables that either predispose individuals to or protect them from affective disorders.
Menting-Wilson has fifteen years of practice experience in child welfare and juvenile justice. Her doctoral work centered on the use of restorative justice practices in public schools—one of her areas of continued research interest.
Mullick’s research interests in Inorganic Chemistry, Catalysis, and Material Science include research projects to develop sustainable catalytic protocols for synthesis of valuable chemicals by nanoscale materials. Her teaching focus is in General Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry.
Pane consults with staff and parents regarding the use of applied behavior analysis in public schools, community settings, and the home. Her research interests include teaching play and social skills to children with autism spectrum disorder.
Putney's research and interests include interdisciplinary curriculum development, literacy in the arts, and teaching multiculturalism. As the Field Experience Coordinator, Putney oversees data collection and secures field-based, practicum and student teaching assignments.
Sirianni teaches physical and computational chemistry. His research in theoretical and quantum chemistry focuses on understanding how chemical interactions direct metabolism for drug discovery.
Zelazny’s past research focused on personality psychopathology, PTSD, and psychometrics. His teaching primarily focuses on different types of mental illnesses and lifespan development.