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D’Arcy Becker

D’Arcy Becker

My teaching interests include financial accounting, auditing, and fraud investigation; my research interests include intrinsic motivation, auditor’s decision making, student ethics, and IFRS. I am a Certified Public Accountant, Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (1994-present).

Education
  • Ph.D., UW-Madison
  • M.B.A., UW-Madison
  • B.B.A., UW-Madison
Academic Appointments
  • Professor and department chair, Department of Accounting and Finance, UW-Eau Claire
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Becker, D., & Lacktorin-Revier, S. (2008). The impact of electronic tax return filing on tax compliance. Proceedings of the Midwest Association for Information Systems.

Becker, D., & Ulstad, I. C. (2007). Gender differences in student ethics: Are females really more ethical? Plagiary, 2(3), 1-19.

Becker, D., & Rundall, J. (2006). Teaching American business practices in China: Chinese students’ reactions to U.S. examples. National Accounting Journal, 8(2), 97-101.

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Melissa Bonstead-Bruns

My areas of interest include the impact of service-learning on student learning and civic engagement; service-learning as a tool for accomplishing the goals of the First-Year Experience course; and assessment of the effectiveness of traditional versus nontraditional semester projects in promoting student interest and learning. Other research interests include gender and work, particularly as they relate to the wage gap and occupational segregation; and educational inequality as manifest in the college recruitment process.

Education
  • Ph.D., Sociology, University of Iowa, 2000
  • M.A., University of Iowa, 1992
  • B.A., Wartburg College, 1989
Academic Appointments
  • Associate professor and department chair, Department of Sociology, UW-Eau Claire
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Bonstead-Bruns, M. (2006). Sociology of work. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), The Blackwell encyclopedia of sociology, Cambridge, UK: Blackwell.

Bonstead-Bruns, M. (2003). Public perceptions of gendered skills as they relate to occupational role assignments, Wisconsin Sociological Association and Minnesota Sociologists joint meetings.

Bonstead-Bruns, M. (2002). Review of the book Understanding, race, class, gender, and sexuality: A conceptual framework, by L. Weber. Teaching Sociology 30(2), 260-261.

Bonstead-Bruns, M., & Dunn, H. (2002). Presentations of vignette study of gender and work issues. Midwest Sociological Society meetings.

Bonstead-Bruns, M.; Cooper, E., Vacha, A., & Albert, A. (undergraduate students) (ongoing). Construction of a survey investigating the role of family in the career choices made by men and women.

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Rodolfo G. Buiser

Rodolfo G. Buiser

My research interests include HIV replication, specifically the roles of reverse transcriptase and integrase.

Education
  • Postdoctoral studies, Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals, Ann Arbor, MI, 1993-1995
  • M.S. & Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1993
  • B.S., Allegheny College, 1988
Academic Appointments
  • Assistant professor, Department of Biology, UW-Eau Claire
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Bourgaize, D., Jewell, T. R., & Buiser, R. G. (2000). Biotechnology: Demystifying the concepts. Benjamin Cummings-Addison/Wesley/Longman.

Buiser, R. G., Bambara, R. A., & Fay, P. J. (1993). Reverse transcriptase pausing promotes internal strand transfers. Biochimica et Biophysica Act 20-30.

Buiser, R. G., DeStefano, J. J., Mallaber, L. M., Fay, P. J., & Bambara, R. A. (1991). Requirements for the catalysis of strand transfer synthesis by retroviral DNA polymerases. Journal of Biological Chemistry 266, 13103-13109.

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Oscar B. Chamberlain

My areas of special interest include U.S. Constitutional History and Antebellum United States. I am the director of "Making Americans, Making America: Community, Citizenship, and the Constitution" a program funded by a Teaching American History grant from the U.S. Department of Education. It is a partnership between eight Cooperative Educational Service Agency districts, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire history department, and the Chippewa Valley Museum.

Education
  • Ph.D., University of South Carolina
  • M.A., Texas Tech University
  • B.A., North Texas State University
Academic Appointments
  • Senior lecturer/grant director, Department of History, UW-Eau Claire, 1997
  • Instructor, Department of History, UW-Barron County

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Maria DaCosta

My areas of research interest include China's economic reform, and East and Southeast Asian economic development.

Education
  • Ph.D., Northeastern University, 1987
  • M.S., Economic Policy and Planning, Northeastern University, 1980
  • Undergraduate education: Licenciatura, University of Oporto, Portugal, 1978
Academic Appointments
  • Professor, Department of Economics, UW-Eau Claire, 1989
  • Visiting professor, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 1995-1996
  • Visiting professor, Southern Denmark Business School, Denmark, spring 1995
  • Visiting professor, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China, spring 1993 and fall 1991
  • Assistant professor, Western New England College, 1988-1989
  • Lecturer, Northeastern University, 1982-1988
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

DaCosta, M.; Fennig, R. (undergraduate student) (2010, April). The importance of industry clusters in local economic development: The case of Eau Claire, UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

DaCosta, M. (2007, fall). Review of the book Economic reform in China, 1979-2003: The marketization of labor and state enterprises, by E. F. Larus. China Review International, 14(2), 499-501.

DaCosta, M. (2006, fall). Review of the book Exchange rates under the East Asian dollar: Living with conflicted virtue, by R. McKinnon. China Review International, 13(2), 489-491.

DaCoasta, M., & Ji, J. (2004, August). Rural-urban economic disparities among China's elderly. European Regional Science Association Annual Meeting.

DaCosta, M.; Zeng, X. (undergraduate student) (2008, April). Foreign direct Investment flow and intra-region trade in East Asian countries: The use of gravity model. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

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Monty Ernst

Monty Ernst

Monty Ernst teaches Introduction to College Writing, Introduction to Literature, The Short Story, Drama, American Literature (1865-1945), American Literature (1945-Present), and courses in the honors program. A native of Racine, he received his B.A. from UW-Parkside, then completed his M.A. at Marquette University.

He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Toledo, with a concentration in American literature (1837-1947) and a minor in labor history. Monty's dissertation explored examples of forced closure and utopian endings in naturalist novels such as Germinal, The Octopus, The Jungle, and Native Son to suggest that such a genre is formally and ideologically unable to construct an oppositional alternative to the logic and rhetoric of a developing and increasingly dominant market capitalism. He also showed how Theodore Dreiser's major novels evade such pitfalls by highlighting the limitations of formal constructs themselves. He has published on Dreiser, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Dos Passos, Ken Kesey, and Tim O'Brien.

Before coming to UW-Eau Claire to 2002, Monty taught at Marquette University, the University of Toledo, Utah State University, Fairfield University, and St. Norbert College. From 2003 until 2008, he served as the research coordinator for the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program on campus.

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Martha J. Fay

My primary teaching and research interests focus on how interpersonal communication functions to achieve organizational goals, and includes such areas as informal communication, leadership, and identity/identification processes. I am currently working on projects related to remote workers, organizational identification, transformational leadership and conflict, and family communication patterns. Having worked professionally in business management, marketing communication, and strategic planning, and also owning and operating two businesses, I am especially driven to combine theory and practice in my teaching, such that both students and their employing organizations realize maximum benefit from the educational experience.

Education
  • Ph.D., Ohio State University
  • M.A., University of Dayton
  • B.A., Kent State University
Academic Appointments
  • Assistant professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, UW-Eau Claire
  • Adjunct faculty, Northland College
  • Independent instructor, Ohio State University
  • Teaching associate, Ohio State University
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Fay, M.; Northey, K., Rohe, M., Howard, S., Smith, L., & Riedel, A. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). The silencing effect of uncertainty: Communication apprehension and organizational change. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Fay, M.; Porter, B., Hayes, Z., Hill, J., Jacobson, H., & Kirt, M. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Relationship satisfaction, friendship, and Facebook use. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Fay, M.; Smith, A., Kress, J., Simmons, B., Halvorson, K., & Keister, A. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). The effect of family communication patterns in the family of origin on the amount of self-disclosure in employee to employee communication. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Fay, M.; Wee, C., Bruggeman, L., Knight, A., Enkhtungalag, C., & Matthews, K. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Refugee communication and acculturation. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Fay, M. J. (2008). From business to academe: Balancing lessons from both worlds. In S. Morreale & P. Arneson (Eds.), NCA student handbook.

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LaNette Flunker

Activities coordinator, Center for Health and Aging Services Excellence (CHAASE)

Practicum coordinator, Health Care Administration Program

Department of Management and Marketing

Education
  • M.B.A., University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
  • B.S., Health Care Administration, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Teaching Interests
  • Health care administration
  • Sales and business-to-business marketing
Research Interests
  • Senior and long-term care
  • Sales education
  • Technology and education

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Sheril Gilberstadt

My teaching interests include accounting principles. I am a licensed Certified Public Accountant in Minnesota, and licensed to practice law in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Education
  • J.D., William Mitchell College of Law – St. Paul, MN.
  • B.S.B.A., University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.
Academic Appointments
  • Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance, UW-Eau Claire

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Jeffrey A. Goodman

Jeffrey A. Goodman

My research interests include social stigma, prejudice and discrimination, small group processes, and social influence.

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Maine

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant professor, Department of Psychology, UW-Eau Claire, 2008
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Goodman, J. A., Alexander, M. G., Chizhik, A. W., Chizhik, E. W., & Eidelman, S. (2010) Indirect influence and divergent thinking as a function of member status and task structure in small groups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40 (7), 1184-1199.

Goodman, J. A.; Becker, J., Erickson, L., & Greelis-Vanlanigham, D. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Stigma acknowledgement: Why and when is it an effective social strategy, UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

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Robert A. Greene

My research interests include Aristotle, the philosophy and psychology of language, and second-language acquisition. I am currently working on several manuscripts in these fields that I hope to publish.

Education

  • Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Colorado
  • B.A., Columbia University

Academic Appointments

  • Senior lecturer, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies and Continuing Education Extension, UW-Eau Claire
  • University of Colorado-Denver
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of Texas at El Paso
  • El Paso Community College
  • Centro de Lenguas of the Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez
  • Mount Senario College
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Greene, R. (1999), The death and life of philosophy. South Bend, IN: St. Augustine's Press.

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Cynthia Hofacker

Cynthia Hofacker

My goal as an educator and a researcher is to help improve lives through communication. How we interact with friends, family, and coworkers, and how we participate as citizens and producers and consumers of messages impact our quality of life. My recent research has focused on how to communicate more effectively in online discussion forums and projects.

Education
  • M.S.T., UW-Eau Claire
  • B.S., UW-Eau Claire
Academic Appointments
  • Instructor and program manager-budget, UW-Eau Claire College of Business
  • Senior lecturer, Business Communication, UW-Eau Claire

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Mary F. Hoffman

Mary F. Hoffman

My goal as a teacher and researcher is to help improve lives through communication. How we interact with friends, family, and coworkers, and how we participate as citizens, as well as producers and consumers of mediated messages have a daily impact on our quality of life. My recent research has focused on how organizations and individuals use communication to negotiate the meaning and practice of work-life balance.

Education
  • Ph.D., Communication Studies, University of Kansas, 2000
  • M.A., Communication, Colorado State University
  • B.A., Communication, Winona State University
Academic Appointments
  • Associate professor and chair, Department of Communication and Journalism, UW-Eau Claire
  • Director of graduate studies, Department of Communication Studies, Texas State University-San Marcos, 2000-2008
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Hoffman, M.; Koch, P., Rudnick, J., Meixner, K., & Olstad, L. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Broadcasting the closet: Influence of television consumption on attitudes toward homosexuality. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Hoffman, M.; Nelson, A., Wilson, J., Sarkkinen, S., Arnold, J., & Biren, M. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Perceptions of communication behaviors of Generation Y. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Hoffman, M.; Williams, B., Forsberg, C., Markham, M., & Lochner, A. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Communication networks in event planning. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Hoffman, M.; Schultz, N., Fredman, A., & Bainbridge, A. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Communicative experiences of female church leaders. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Hoffman, M. F., & Ford, D. J. (2009). Organizational rhetoric: Situations and strategies. Sage Publications.

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Jianjun Ji

Jianjun Ji

My areas of research include Chinese elderly studies, life satisfaction, demographic transition, marital quality, determinants of marital life satisfaction, and China's population problems and policy.

Education
  • Ph.D., Sociology, Mississippi State University, 2001
Academic Appointments
  • Associate professor, Department of Sociology, UW-Eau Claire, 2001
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Ji, J.; Manning, N. (undergraduate student) (2009, April). Rural Chinese elderly: Demographic characteristics and their impact on socioeconomic status, Annual Meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society.

Ji, J. (2006). Assessing the life-satisfaction of the Chinese rural elderly. American Review of China Studies, 6.

Ji, J., & Norling, A. M. (2004). Sexual satisfaction of married urban Chinese. Journal of Developing Societies, 20(1-2), 21-38.

DaCoasta, M., & Ji, J. (2004, August). Rural-urban economic disparities among China's elderly. European Regional Science Association Annual Meeting.

Ji, J., Rich, S. L., & Xu, X. (2002). Determinants of family life satisfaction in reforming urban China. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 43(2),169-191.

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Joline Morrison

Joline Morrison

I teach a variety of courses in computer programming and database and web development. I have written or coauthored eight textbooks on database and web programming. I like to collaborate with undergraduate students on research projects involving software and database development. I also enjoy developing websites and managing student teams in developing websites for nonprofit organizations. My research interests include database and web-based database system development, knowledge management, and group support systems.

Education
  • Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Arizona, 1992
    (Major: MIS; Minor: Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • B.S., Engineering, University of Wyoming, 1980
Academic Appointments
  • Associate professor, Department of Computer Science, UW-Eau Claire
  • Assistant and associate professor, Department of Management Information Systems, UW-Eau Claire
  • Assistant professor, Department of Management Science, University of Iowa
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Heidke, N., Komiskey, M., Morrison, J., & Morrison, M. (2009, April). Assessing the effectiveness of the model view controller architecture for creating web applications. Midwest Instructional and Computing Symposium.

Holt, B., Komiskey, L., Morrison, J., & Morrison, M. (2009, April). A peer review system to enhance collaborative learning. Midwest Instructional and Computing Symposium.

Morrison, J., & Morrison, M. (2006). Creating SQL Server 2005 Applications with Visual Studio. Prentice Hall.

Morrison, J., Morrison, M., & Conrad, R. (2005). Guide to oracle 10g (5th ed.). Course Technology.

Morrison, J., & Morrison, M. (2002). Database-driven web sites (2nd ed.). Course Technology.

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Vanissa B. Murphy

Vanissa B. Murphy

My research projects regarding interdisciplinary lessons in general music, teacher recruitment and retention, as well as reflective inquiry in action research projects, resulted in presentations at national Music Educators conferences, Wisconsin Music Educators conferences, and the Innovations in Music Teacher Education Symposium. I serve as the Wisconsin Music Educators Association state coordinator of the Mentoring and Professional Development Project; state chair of the college/university area of the Wisconsin Music Educators Association; and the National Association for Music Education: MENC chair of the Wisconsin Society for Music Teacher Education.

Education
  • Ph.D., University of North Texas
  • M.M., University of Kentucky
  • B.M., Middle Tennessee State University
Academic Appointments
  • Professor, Department of Music; Coordinator of Music Education, UW-Eau Claire

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Geoffrey D. Peterson

Geoffrey D. Peterson

My current research interests include a wide range of projects in political science. I was trained as an election and political behavior specialist at the University of Iowa. I find most of my research ideas come from the intersection of political science and psychology, my two undergraduate majors. One of my three fields in graduate school was statistics and methodology, so I tend to focus on quantitative research using polls, election results, and experimental data.

My current projects include the causes of voter roll-off, American Indian voting, late-night talk show politics, the impact of televised debates, committees in the Senate, and cross-national incumbency rates. I am also a VERY strong supporter of student-faculty collaborative research at UW-Eau Claire. I have participated in over a dozen collaborative projects with students, and I am always looking for new ideas and collaborators!

Education
  • Ph.D., Political Science, University of Iowa, 1998
  • M.A., Political Science, University of Iowa, 1993
  • B.A., Political Science and Psychology, Moorhead State University, 1992
Academic Appointments
  • Associate professor, Departments of Political Science and American Indian Studies, UW-Eau Claire
  • Assistant professor, Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Selected Publications, Presentations, and Research

Peterson, G. D. (2006). The party or the people? Examining the causes of rising Republican support among southern whites. Journal of Political Marketing.

Peterson, G. D., & Kerbaugh, S. (2005). Dazed and confused: Public opinion on the imperial presidency. Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference.

Peterson, G. D., & Kerbaugh, S. (2004). Caesar or Nero? Public opinion and the imperial presidency. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.

Peterson, G. D., & Rasmusson, M. (2004). Understanding the impact of supra-national organizations on voting. Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference.

Wrighton, J. M., & Peterson, G. D. (2003). A test of ideological bias in House subcommittees, 1979-2000. Congress and the Presidency, 30(3).

Garrett, T. M., & Peterson, G. D. (2000). You get yours, I’ll get mine: A policy analysis of faculty salaries in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Politics, 9.

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Jim Phillips

I teach general, physical, and environmental chemistry, and maintain an active research program focused mainly on fundamental aspects of molecular structure.

Education
  • Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, University of Minnesota, 1996
  • B.A., Chemistry, Middlebury College, Vermont, 1991
Academic Appointments
  • Professor, Department of Chemistry, UW-Eau Claire
  • NOAA Postdoctoral Fellow in Climate and Global Change, University of Colorado Chemistry Department and the Chemical Kinetics Group at the National Center for Atmospheric Research
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Phillips, J.; Helminiak, H. M., & Knauf, R. R. (undergraduate students) (2010, April). Condensed-phase effects on the structural properties of RF'BF3 complexes. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Phillips, J.; Wrass, J. P. (undergraduate student) (2010, April).Structural properties of the acetonitrile–boron trichloride complex via low temperature IR spectroscopy and computations. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Phillips, J.; Kroenenberg, K., Rhode, J., Schinke, E., & Gallery, T. (undergraduate students) (ongoing). National Science Foundation Research in Undergraduate Institutions grant, 2007. The research will be enhanced by ongoing collaborations with chemists at the University of Minnesota and the Kodak Corporation.

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Nancy Hanson Rasmussen

My teaching interests include diversity and leadership; my research interests include diversity issues, education pedagogy, and leadership studies. I am a Certified Peer Reviewer-QM, Quality Matters (2009-present).

Education
  • Ed.D., University of St. Thomas
  • M.B.A., UW-Eau Claire
  • B.S., UW-La Crosse
Academic Appointments
  • Lecturer, Department of Management and Marketing, UW-Eau Claire
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Hanson-Rasmussen, N. (2010). Reasonable yet misunderstood: The complexities of accommodation and disability in the workplace. Leadership and Organizational Management Journal, 4, 24.

Hanson-Rasmussen, N., Schneider, K., & Peters, D. (2010). Status of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 20 years after passage, Wisconsin Public Radio, Eau Claire, WI.

Hanson-Rasmussen, N., & Samples, K. (2010). Opportunities, barriers and best practice: Employment of workers with limited English proficiency in western Wisconsin, Master of Business Administration Association International Conference.

Hanson-Rasmussen, N., (2008). Gender diversity in business. Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), Eau Claire, WI.

Hanson-Rasmussen, N., & Schneider, K. (2008). Increasing opportunities for your business through disability accommodation. Continuing Education, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Hanson-Rasmussen, N. (2008). Different plays, same script: Accommodation and disability in the workplace, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, MN.

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Nicole Schultz

Nicole Schultz

My areas of special interest include organizational communication, work/life balance, the Family and Medical Leave Act, managing generational differences, communication training, and women's/feminist studies.

Education
  • Ph.D., Communication Studies and Women's Studies, Bowling Green State University, 2007
  • M.A., Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2004
  • B.A., Winona State University, 2002
Academic Appointments
  • Assistant professor, Department of Communication and Journalism, UW-Eau Claire
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Schultz, N.; Amys, E. (undergraduate student) (2009, April). Look Mom I'm all grown-up! A third-wave feminist perspective on work-life balance. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Schultz, N.; Baisley, S., Hanson, R., Mabie, G., Manich, B., & Laughren, D. (undergraduate students) (2009, April). Tuned in to politics: A correlation between music preference and political affiliation. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Schultz, N.; Rezin, B., Smith, B., Bell, A., Brogden, M., Treichel, B., Scivally, D., & McMahon, A. (undergraduate students) (2009, April). Communicating stress. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

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Paul Thomas

Paul Thomas

My research interests include numerical simulation of processes in planetary science.

Education
  • Ph.D., Monash University, Australia, 1986
  • B.Sc., Wollongong University, Australia, 1982
Academic Appointments
  • Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, UW-Eau Claire
Selected Publications, Presentations, or Research

Thomas, P.; Bauer, A. (undergraduate student) (2010, August). Determining the mass of Saturn’s satellite Daphnis. Journal of Undergraduate Research in Physics.

Thomas, P.; Bauer, A. (undergraduate student) (2008, October). Ghost imaging using a pseudothermal light source. Symposium on Undergraduate Research, Rochester, NY.

Thomas, P.; Cummings, B., Thompson, C., & Henke, S. (undergraduate students) (2007, April). Devolatilization of Kuiper Belt objects via collision. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

Thomas, P.; Henke, S. (undergraduate student) (2006, April). Hydrocode simulations of impacts in the outer solar system. National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Thomas, P.; Kane, J., Kincaid, D., Henke, S., & Otto, C. (undergraduate students) (2007, February). A thermal model of the crust of Saturn’s satellite Enceladus. Undergraduate Research Projects in Computational Science and Engineering, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Costa Mesa, CA.

Thomas, P.; Otto, C., Kincaid, D., Henke, S. F., & Kane, J. (undergraduate students) (2006, April). Modeling subsurface melt-through events in the oceans of Europa. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day.

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