I study how the various processes in the atmosphere conspire to establish climate, how these processes might be expected to control the way climate changes, and how the atmosphere will ultimately interact with the oceans and other components of Ea
Nicole teaches introductory and management accounting. Her current research interests are in the area of behavioural decision making in accounting, with a focus on decisions involving interactive groups and/or capital investment.
Gerhard Fischer is an Associate Professor in the School of Languages and Linguistics. He is a literary scholar and historian. He studied German and French literature and theatre studies in Germany and the United States where he received an M.A.
Susanne Schmeidl, a Fulbright Scholar, holds an MA (1989) and PhD (1995) in sociology from The Ohio State University (USA) and a 4-year Diploma in social work from a university of applied sciences in Germany.