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Backen-Andersen, Katherine
Administrative Secretary
(701) 231-7634
Balog, Robert
Assistant Professor, ECE Dept
(979) 862-4985
Barga, Jennifer
Disability and STEM Support Specialist (Ability Advisor)
Barron, Darcy
NSF AAPF postdoctoral research fellow
Bartels, Ludwig
Professor of Chemistry
(951) 827-2041
Bashir, Rashid
Professor, Engineering
(217) 333-3097
Basom, Jeanne
REU Coordinator, Materials Science Institute
(541) 346-4307
Bautz, Sabine
Administrator NanoLive
Beauregard, Tracy
Student Support Services Specialist
(704) 687-7183
Bell, Alayne
The AREMA Educational Foundation Program Manager
Berry, Carlotta
Bescher, Theresa
Administrative Assistant
765 494-0945
Beyah, Raheem
Associate Professor, CS / ECE
(404) 931-3255
Billiar, Kristen
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
(508) 831-5384
Bolden-Tiller, Olga
Professor, Department of Agricultural and Environmental Science
(334) 727-8403
Boll, Jan
Professor, Biological and Agricultural Engineering
(509) 335-4767
Brachman, Ron
Director of the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute
Broadbridge, Christine
Professor of Physics
(203) 392-6461
Bryce, Renee
Professor of Computer Science
Burger, Arnold
Professor, Physics, Nanosciences IGERT, Director, Materials Science & Application Lab
(615) 329-8516
Butler-Purry, Karen
Project Director, TAMUS LSAMP
(979) 847-9048
Byrne, Mark
(334) 844-2862

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Training Program in Integrative Developmental Process

The Develop- mental Training Grant in Integrative Develop- mental Process is focused on understanding mechanisms of change in human development and provides training in cutting-edge multimodal methods in computational analyses, and modeling and in theoretical approaches that integrate multiple levels of analysis in the study of development. The program supports 3 postdoctoral and 5 predoctoral trainees in a broader community of 18 research laboratories.  Click here to learn more and apply!

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