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Clow, Kenneth

Professor of Marketing
Biedenharn Endowed Chair of Business

Advertising
Marketing
Services marketing and operation
Small business development

Advertising
Marketing
Services marketing and operation
Small business development

Colvin, Lisa C.

Professor of Kinesiology
Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine

Childhood obesity: Louisiana’s obesity epidemic and how it affects individual's health and wellbeing; practical solutions for individuals, parents and schools

Childhood overweightness and obesity: discussion of the obesity epidemic, how it affects individual's health and well-being, practical solutions for individuals, parents and schools.

Eisenstadt, Robert

Director, Center for Business and Economic Research
Associate Professor of Economics

Economic forecasting
Urban/regional economics
Ecotourism/environmental ethics
General economics

Economic forecasting
Economic development
Ecotourism/environmental economics
General economics

Ensminger, Bobby

Associate Professor of Construction
Region 3 Director, Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad: benefits of participating; prepare teachers for successful competition
Project management

What is the Science Olympiad?

Evans, Emily

Assistant Professor
Clinical Pharmacist, LSUHSC Deptartment of Family Medicine
Shreveport, Louisiana
Certified Asthma Educator
Certified Disease Manager in Diabetes

Asthma education and pharmacotherapy
Diabetes education and pharmacotherapy
Women's health: menopause/HRT, contraception, pregnancy and lactation issues,
osteoporosis
Pain management

Asthma education and pharmacotherapy
Diabetes education and pharmacotherapy
Women's health (menopause/HRT, contraception, pregnancy and lactation issues, osteoporosis)

Greenlee, Diana M.

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Poverty Point. The archaeological site at Poverty Point State Historic Site is a magnificent earthen complex with five mounds, six concentric semi-elliptical ridges and a plaza that was built and occupied by Native Americans about 3500 years ago.

Poverty Point. The archaeological site at Poverty Point State Historic Site is a magnificent earthen complex with five mounds, six concentric semi-elliptical ridges and a plaza that was built and occupied by Native Americans about 3500 years ago.

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