Professor Gotshalk investigates physiological responses of athletes and the aging. His research interests are physiological responses to stress, musculoskeletal response to aging, and diminishment of musculoskeletal performance due to aging.
Assistant Professor Masuda’s research examines K-12 teaching practices, including student learning, the analyzing of student work, professional development and practitioner inquiry among colleagues.
Professor Morris researches pharmaceutical materials, dosage form design, and processing. His research is widely recognized for its contributions to modernizing dosage form development in the pharmaceutical industry.
Professor Sakai researched biofuels and salinity, and Hawai‘i P-20 agricultural education. His research in aroids, the plants of the arum family (Araceae) of which taro is a member, continued throughout his career.
Professor Emeritus Brown researches psychosocial stress and ethnic health disparities. His work grows out of interest in how humans, individually and in populations, adapt to environmental stress.
Associate Professor Arancon pioneered research in the utilization of earthworm-worked soil amendments, referred to as vermicomposts, in increasing the growth, flowering and yields of plants.
Themes of Professor Binder’s research have included time series analysis, the relation between chaos and theory of computation, and the study of siphons.
Professor Calton questions social and environmental performance in business firms. His research tackles conventional theoretical assumptions about firms and the need for managers to deliver profitability often at the expense of stakeholder relations.
Professor Fukushima investigates Japanese drama and Asian performance. Her research focuses on the use of comedies and the role of the comedians in wartime Japan, with attention to the Japanese military’s use of theatre as a tool of collaboration in wartime China.
Associate Professor Perreira recovers traditional Hawaiian oratory. His work has the potential to play a vital role in the overall revitalization of the Hawaiian language by providing another context for Hawaiian expression.