ADVANCE BU PI
Professor of Sociology and Anthropology
Jackie Hogan is professor of sociology and anthropology and chair of the Asian Studies program at Bradley. She also teaches courses in the Women’s Studies program, and contributes to the University’s Study Abroad program in Sydney, Australia, and to Bradley’s Body Project, a collaborative effort by Bradley faculty, students and staff to promote healthy body image and combat eating disorders.
ADVANCE BU Co-Pl (Cultural Change)
Associate Dean of Curriculum and Faculty Excellence and Professor
Sherri Morris studies carbon cycling in terrestrial systems. Her research currently examines alterations to carbon and nitrogen dynamics as a consequence of land-use change. Her research program has involved more than 45 undergraduates, plus numerous high school students and K-12 educators, as research interns, providing them opportunities to experience a breadth of scientific approaches and to connect with a diversity of researchers. She serves on the editorial board for two journals and is past president of the Soil Ecology Society.
A&A Team Leader
Psychology Department Chair, Director of Honors Program
Professor Hermann received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology at The Ohio State University in 2002. After teaching as a visiting professor at Kalamazoo College for a year, Professor Hermann taught for several years at Willamette University before joining the Bradley University Psychology Department in 2008.
IDEAS Team Leader
Senior Associate Dean
Sarah Glover teaches courses in Medieval Art, Northern Renaissance Art, Art Criticism and Gender in Art. She has published on a wide range of topics from the Marian Miracle Cycle at Eton College to the motif of the Vagina Dentata in contemporary American visual culture. Her current research focuses on the use of Medieval and Renaissance art in the fashion industry and digital textile design.
TPR Review & Revision Team Leader
Interim Chair of Management and Leadership
Matthew O’Brien has been a member of the Marketing faculty at Bradley University since 2004. He is currently a Professor of Marketing. Prior to joining Bradley University, Dr. O’Brien also served on the faculty at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. Dr. O’Brien has been named a Fulbright Scholar for 2011 where he travelled to Kobe, Japan and served on the faculty at Kobe University.
FARR Teeam Leader
CTEL Executive Director, Associate Professor, Psychology
Timothy Koeltzow is broadly interested in all things psychology and likes to teach a variety of courses within the department, with specialized training in the neurosciences. Between 2000 and 2003, Timothy served as a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Neurobiology, Pharmacology and Physiology at The University of Chicago. During this time, he received an Individual Post-Doctoral NRSA from NIDA, published research findings on the relationship between locomotor activation and cocaine-seeking behavior during acquisition and reinstatement of operant cocaine self-administration, and found time to get a master’s degree in professional counseling. Since arriving at Bradley, I have been deeply honored to receive the Bradley University First Year Faculty Award (2007) and the Caterpillar Inc. Faculty Achievement Award for Teaching (2009).