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UNI experts available to discuss religion, terrorism and politics.

March 17, 2003
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Gwenne Culpepper, University Marketing & Public Relations, (319) 273-2761

Attitudes between groups

Helen Harton, associate professor, psychology, (319) 273-2235, 266-3971

She has conducted research on intergroup attitudes and prejudice.

Anthrax

Michael Walter, assistant professor, Department of Biology, (319) 273-6490, 266-9692

Crisis mentality

David Towle, director, Counseling Center, (319) 273-2676, 266-7686

Effects of the media/news criticism

Christopher Martin, associate professor, communication studies, (319) 273-2788,

277-2991

International Relations

Mike Hall, instructor, political science, (319) 273-3144

Islamic faith/religious organizations

Mohammed Fahmy, professor and local Islamic leader, (319) 273-6523, 277-7210,

504-4483

Kenneth Atkinson, assistant professor, philosophy and religion, (319) 273-6990,

266-0400

Betty DeBerg, head, philosophy and religion, (319) 273-6221, 277-5071

Mid-East politics

Dhirendra Vajpeyi, professor, Department of Political Science, (319) 273-2275,

266-2017

Mohammed Fahmy, professor and local Islamic leader, (319) 273-6523, 277-7210,

504-4483

Political aspects

Tom Rice, head, political science, (319) 273-7490, (319) 337-7336

Steven Lobell, associate professor, Department of Political Science, (319) 273-2647

Terrorism

Phil Mauceri, associate professor, political science (319) 273-2528

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