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JANCZAK, Don
Lecturer, Office Of The Dean
Email: djanczak@uwm.edu
Phone: (414)229-5315
Expertise: Pharmacology
Degrees: BS - Marquette University ; Pharmacy BS- University of Wisconsin College of Pharmacy ; PharmD - University of Illinois Chicago College of Pharmacy ; MS - Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety - Northwestern University

JASCUR, Pauline
Sr Student Serv Coord, Trio/Pre College
Email: pauline@uwm.edu
Phone: (414)229-4061

JAY, Gregory S.
Professor, English;
Email: gjay@uwm.edu
Phone: (414) 229-6327
Home Page: http://www.uwm.edu/People/gjay; www.cc.uwm.edu (Cultures and Communities Home Page)
Expertise: Multiculturalism in Literature and Society; Teaching About Race and Ethnicity; American Literary and Cultural Studies; Representations of Race in Film and Media; Whiteness Studies; Higher Education Curriculum Reform; Service Learning
Degrees: B.A., Literature, University of California at Santa Cruz; Ph.D., English, State University of New York at Buffalo

JEANSONNE, Glen
Professor, History
Email: gsj@uwm.edu
Phone: 837-6566
Home Page: http://hsitoryjeansonne.com
Expertise: Great Depression/Great Recession; 2012 presidential election; 2014 election,2016 election; Barack Obama, GOP primaries; Herbert Hoover; American conservatism, Franklin D. Roosevelt; national and world economy; wars and foreign policy in Middle East; 2016 presidential nomination; the ranking of U.S. presidents; American foreign policy; religion and politics, teaching college history; Writing biography; How to get a job in hard times; the Right in America; The American economy; Ronald Reagan; racism and anti-Semitism, Elvis Presley, American Religion, the Sexual Revolution, Republican and Democratic parties, American presidential elections, 1900-present; the 2007-present Great Recession; the Great Depression of the 1930s; the political and cultural history of the 1920s and 1930s; the stock market crash of 1929; National politics in the 20th century; national politics since 1945; Herbert Hoover's depression policies; Franklin D.Roosevelt and the Great Depression; Franklin D.Roosevelt and World War II; The War on Terror Since 9/11; the ranking of Presidents; Theodore Roosevelt; Woodrow Wilson; the Cold War; world trade; Ronald Reagan; international affairs and foreign policy; race relations, the period, 1933-1945; World War II; Huey Long; the Longs of Louisiana; anti-Semitism in America; religion, especially religious fundamentalism; New Age religion ;Southern politics, Movies about 20 century wars and how they shaped our memories of those wars,demagogues of the Great Depression including Huey Long, Father Charles Coughlin, and Dr. Francis Townsend; Republican politics; Democratic politics; American popular culture; the 1920s in America; Louisiana History; graduate education. Most recent books,Herbert Hoover, 1928-1933, Fighting Quaker, (2012); Elvis Presley: Reluctant Rebel (2011); Changing Times: The Life of Barack Obama (2009);A Time of Paradox: America, 1890-2004 (2006) Presidents Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter and each president and presidential campaign since Ronald Reagan; the national Republican and Democratic parties, the government debt crisis and government shutdown, the politics of Obamacare, likely presidential nominees in 2016, the value of a college education; religion; religion and the nuclear family; the Great Recession; to political and economic arguments over entitlements
Degrees: Poydras High School (Louisiana), Valedictorian, 1964; B.A. History, University of Louisiana, Lafayette,1968 (Salutatorian); M. A. History, Florida State University, 1969; Ph.D, History, Florida State University, 1973, Summa Cum Laude.

JESKE, Robert
Associate Professor, Anthropology
Email: jeske@uwm.edu
Phone: (414) 229-2424
Home Page: http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/ArchLab/
Expertise: North American archaeology, Native Americans, evolution of stone tools, human osteology, culture contact, forensic archaeology.
Degrees: B.A. Beloit College; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University

JOHNSON, Teresa S.
Associate Professor, Nursing
Email: tsj@uwm.edu
Phone: (414) 229-6231
Expertise: Pre- and postnatal, hospital & community based breastfeeding support, assessment of fetal and infant growth; infant body composition; promotion of healthy birth outcomes; prevention of fetal and infant morbidity and mortality; and elimination of disparities in birth outcomes.
Degrees: B.S., Washburn University; M.N., University of Kansas; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

JOHNSTON, Mark
Professor, Occupational Therapy
Email: johnsto@uwm.edu
Phone: (414)229-3616
Expertise: Evidence based practice, evidence review; physical and neurological outcomes research; traumatic brain injury, spinal injury, stroke; outcomes measurement
Degrees: Ph.D.

JOHNSTON, Tamara
Assoc Admin Prgm Spec, General
Email: johnstot@uwm.edu
Phone: (414)229-6282
Expertise: Museum Collection Care, Preservation & Digitization, Metadata, Art History
Degrees: MA in Museum Studies and American Art from the George Washington University

JOOSTEN, Tanya
Interim Director, UWM Learning Technology Center
Email: tjoosten@uwm.edu
Phone: (414) 229-5136 twitter @tjoosten
Home Page: http://www.tanyajoosten.com
Expertise: Blended and Online Teaching, Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Communication Technology, Virtual Worlds, Second Life, Web 2.0, Assessment and Evaluation, Survey Development, Performance Testing, Item and Exam Development, Technology Implementation, Educational Technologies, Clickers, Virtual Teams, Course Management System, D2L, Online Teaching, Social Presence, Hybrid Teaching, Communication, Public Speaking, Mediated Communication
Degrees: BA and MA, Communication, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee PhD ABD, Interdisciplinary (Communication, Management, Public Administration), Arizona State University

JORDAN, Jennifer
Associate Professor, Sociology
Email: jajordan@uwm.edu
Phone: (414) 229-5074
Expertise: Cities (primarily U.S. and European), sociology of food, urban sociology and urban change, monuments and memorials, community, globalization, Europe, Germany.
Degrees: B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz.; M.A., Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

JORDAN, John
Associate Professor, Communication
Email: jjordan@uwm.edu
Phone: (414) 229-5177
Home Page: http://www.uwm.edu/People/jjordan/
Expertise: Plastic surgery, Internet & new media studies, rhetoric (theory and criticism), television and film criticism, popular culture, postmodern theory.
Degrees: B.A., Drake University; M.A. and Ph.D., University of Georgia