Center Fellows

Center Fellows

Ann K. Deakin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences; Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies in GIS
Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences; Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies in GIS
Scholarly Interest: boundaries, interactance & barriers to movement; GIS design & applications; map design; wayfinding & navigation
Area of Expertise: GIS, cartography, spatial analysis

Rich Goodman
Director Emeritus, Lifelong Learning-International Programs and Economic Development/Special Projects Consultant - Fredonia Technology Incubator
Scholarly Interest: Interpersonal and Intercultural Communication - Development and marketing of academic game simulations
Area of Expertise: International Business, Japanese Business Culture, Intercultural Communication (training and marketing related)

Richard Jankowski, Ph.D.
Professor, Political Science Department
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Scholarly Interest: Political institutions impact on economic development
Areas of Expertise: American Political Institutions; East Asian Political Economy

Michael P. Wilson, Ph.D.
Professor, Geosciences
Scholarly Interest: Interested in all aspects of earth surface processes, especially water resources hydrology, planning, development, history.
Area of Expertise: Expertise includes evolution of landscapes, source water assessments, waste site investigations, water pollution control, avoidance of parasites in water supplies, watershed planning, lake and reservoir evaluations, erosion control, snow hydrology, geologic mapping, environmental education, and work with volunteers.

Timothy D. Levonyan Radloff, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Scholarly Interest: Racial and ethnic relations; interracial contact, identity development, and the American Creed
Area of Expertise: Social Psychology, Sociological Theory, and Social Inequality

Emily Straus, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Scholarly Interest: My teaching and research interests lie in United States metropolitan history, the history of education, and the history of race.
Area of Expertise: I am currently working on a book manuscript, Race, Schools, and the Death of the Suburban Dream: Compton, California, 1933-2001, which explores my intersecting research interests.

Jonathan Titus, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Biology
Scholarly Interest: Botany, Ecology
Area of Expertise:Plant Ecology, Succession, and Invasive Species

Megan Urban, MFA
Associate Professor, Graphic Design
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