Chris Osburn: Protecting Water Quality
Chris Osburn, an associate professor of marine science, studies the chemistry of lake ecosystems to gather information that policymakers can use to protect water quality.
Carla Fröhlich: Studying Stars to Understand Chemical Elements
Carla Fröhlich, an associate professor of physics, studies stars and supernovae to understand the origins of the elements that make up our world.
Elon Ison: Making Chemical Reactions More Efficient
Elon Ison, an associate professor of chemistry, designs catalysts that help scientists perform common chemical reactions more efficiently.
Jason Osborne: Understanding Sports Through Statistics
Jason Osborne, an associate professor of statistics, collects and analyzes data to help us understand the world around us — including the sports we watch and play.
Radmila Sazdanović: Exploring Math Through Art
Radmila Sazdanović, an assistant professor of mathematics, studies shapes and creates visualizations to help solve problems in math and science.
Dave Eggleston: Exploring the Bottom of the Ocean
Dave Eggleston, a professor of marine science, describes what it's like to go to the bottom of the ocean — and what scientific solutions the deep sea holds.
Eric Laber: Playing Games With Decision Making
Eric Laber, an associate professor of statistics, uses video games as a tool to help understand and improve decision-making patterns in medicine and other areas that affect our everyday lives.
Helena Mitasova: Visualizing the Impact of Landscape Changes
Helena Mitasova, a professor in the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Science and associate director of visualization in the Center for Geospatial Analytics, uses high-tech modeling tools to visualize effects of events like hurricanes on the landscape.
Divine Kumah: Improving Technologies at the Atomic Level
Divine Kumah, an assistant professor of physics, studies materials at the atomic level to create more efficient processes and technologies.