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Current Faculty Research Fellows

The 2018-2019 Faculty Research Fellows are Jennifer BakerChris Day, Daniel Guttentag, Briana McGinnis, Brumby McLeod, Chris Mothorpe, Matt Nowlin, Richard Nunan, Jordan Ragusa, and Doug Walker.

Jennifer Baker

Jennifer Baker, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
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Research Area: virtue ethics, ancient ethical theories

Chris Day

Chris Day, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
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Research Area: international security, counterinsurgency, proxy warfare, and the institutional role of different armed state actors in Africa

Daniel Guttentag, Ph.D.

Daniel Guttentag, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Hospitality & Tourism Management
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Research Area: peer-to-peer lodging, volunteer tourism, market segmentation, and casino gambling behavior

Briana McGinnis, Ph.D.

Briana McGinnis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
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Research Area: political theory, public law, and citizenship

Brumby McLeod, Ph.D.

Brumby McLeod, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Hospitality & Tourism Management
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Research Area: commercial accommodation, accommodation tax policy, reservation systems and policies, and revenue managment

Chris Mothorpe

Chris Mothorpe, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Economics
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Research Area: urban economics focusing on the evaluation of spatial amenities and the impact of change in the level of or access to public goods

Matthew Nowlin

Matthew Nowlin, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
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Research Area: public policy, the policymaking process, environmental policy, and energy policy

Dr. Richard Nunan, Ph.D.

Richard Nunan, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy
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Research Area: philosophy of law, political philosophy, gender studies, and philosophy & film

Jordan Ragusa

Jordan Ragusa, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
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Research Area: the U.S. Congress, effect(s) of political parties, polarization, and legislative organization on roll-call behavior and the policymaking process

Doug Walker, Ph.D.

Doug Walker, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
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Research Area: the economics of gambling, applied microeconomics

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