Experts in Subject: Pedagogy

Activism and religion, American religious history, Church and state, History, Humanities, Occult religions, Pedagogy, Religion, Religion and science

Erika Dyson

Erika W. Dyson, PhD, specializes in American religious history, with an emphasis on science and religion. Dyson examines topics such as the interfaces between occult religions and technologies; intersections between social-change activism and religion; and American religious history. She teaches courses on American religious culture; activism, social justice and religion; the history of science and […]

Asymmetric catalysis, Chemistry, Education, Organometallics, Pedagogy

Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson conducts research in the field of asymmetric catalysis and organometallic coordination chemistry. His research group studies the conversion of straight chain organic molecules (aminoallenes) into nitrogen containing rings (pyrrolidines). These products and their synthesis are of potential interest for medical applications, as many pharmaceuticals have these nitrogen containing rings. The undergraduate students in […]

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