Division ofMarketing & Communications

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If you are a member of the news media feel free to contact faculty members directly. Our faculty members are ready and able to assist in providing their expertise in breaking news items, as well as enterprise stories.

If you are having trouble tracking down a faculty member or finding an expert on a given topic contact Marketing & Communications at ucom@plu.edu or by phone at 253-535-7436.

Adoption, history of

African Art

African history and culture

American childhoods and families, history of

Astronomy

Biological conservation

Body image

British politics

Canadian politics

Christianity, history of

Classroom management

Diet and exercise

e-commerce

East Africa

East-west literary/cultural influence studies

Eating disorders

Ecology of mammals

Economics

Employment issues

Environmental Literature

Environmental Writing

Ethiopia

European politics

Exercise and health

Family business

Galapagos Islands

Gay-lesbian issues in America

Global Education

Health Economics

Holocaust

Inclusion

International relations

Kenya

Learning disabilities

Living with geological hazards

Marketing strategy

Meeting facilitation (from focus groups to board strategies)

Medieval Christianity in Rome

Modern Chinese literature

Modern Europe

Modern Germany

Nanofabrication

NW Coast Cultures

Northwest Coast Native American cultures

Organic Chemistry

Orphanages, history of

Prehistoric archaeology

Remedial reading grades 3-8

Sealed adoption records controversy

Shakespeare

Sports psychology

Sustainable development

Technology in business

  • Albers, James - Faculty fellow, School of Business

Thin film deposition

Tropical Ecology

Vacuum techniques

Western Civilization

Women in sports