Michelle Pardee

Clinical Associate Professor Dr. Michelle Pardee is a certified family nurse practitioner who brings her clinical expertise with at-risk youth and young adults to her clinical projects and teaching.  Her focus on trauma-informed care frames her clinical projects to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to improve patient outcomes.  

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Mari Kira

Assistant Research Scientist Throughout my career, my research has focused on the question: “How do people grow at work?”. On conceptual and practical levels, I’ve been interested in learning more about how work can have positive psychological consequences in terms of enriched and deeper self-definitions and worldviews. Drawing from personality, positive, and organizational psychology, I […]

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Seth Guikema Seth Guikema

Professor, Department of Industrial & Operations Engineering Human trafficking is a relatively new area of research for me. I had been conducting research on natural hazards, community resilience, infrastructure, and issues of inequities in urban spaces. As I learned more about human trafficking, particularly sex trafficking, and the relative paucity of quantitative analysis in this area […]

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