Kathleen DuVal, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Kathleen DuVal’s research focuses on early America, particularly cross-cultural relations on North American borderlands.

American History Cross Cultural Relations in American History Native North America American Women's History Colonial America

Eric Freedman

Professor of Law · Hofstra University

Professor Freedman focuses on constitutional law and history, as well as the death penalty and habeas corpus

Constitutional Law First Amendment Law Death Penalty

Leonard Haynes, PhD

Former Trustee · Fielding Graduate University

International higher education; public diplomacy; appointed Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary, U.S. Department of Education in 2017

Nonprofits Public Speaking Higher Education Community Outreach Grants

Daniel Holland, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Disability rights in transitioning parts of the world; health care policy; neuropsychology; rehabilitation psychology

Clinical Neuropsychology Biological Bases of Behavior Clinical Health Psychology Rehabilitation Psychology Disability Rights

Peter Coclanis, Ph.D., M.Phil., M.A.

Distinguished Professor; Director, Global Research Institute, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D · UNC-Chapel Hill

Albert R. Newsome Professor Professor and Director of the Global Research Institute

Southern Economy Asian Studies Globalization Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods Economic Development

Erin Devlin

Assistant Professor of History and American Sciences · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Devlin focuses on race, public memory, and social justice

American Studies Social Justice Race Public Memory American History

Vincas Steponaitis, Ph.D.

Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences; and Secretary of the Faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill · UNC at Chapel Hill

Precolonial Indian cultures of the American South, origins of political centralization, ancient art styles, analysis of ancient ceramics.

Pre-Colonial Indian cultures of the American South Studies of ancient art styles Analysis of ancient ceramics Digital publications in archaeology Chiefdoms

Ryan S. King, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology · Baylor University

Dr. King is a Professor of Biology and Directory of the Graduate Program in Biology at Baylor University.

Freshwater science to inform policy Community and ecosystem ecology Numeric water-quality criteria Ecological thresholds Streams and rivers

Kyle Golding

Partner and Chief Strategic Idealist · The Golding Group

Strategic Idealist for The Golding Group

Marketing Advertising Campaign Management Strategic Planning

Rosanna Perotti

Professor, Department of Political Science · Hofstra University

Professor Perotti's expertise is in American politics, including Congress, elections and political parties.

American Politics Congress Media and Politics American Political Parties American Elections

Robert Bryce

Senior Fellow · The Manhattan Institute

One of America’s most prominent energy journalists, a dynamic public speaker, and a regular commentator on national television.

Energy Green Energy Technology Oil and Gas

Kelly Welch, PhD

Professor of Sociology and Criminology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Kelly Welch, PhD, is an expert on racial and ethnic profiling, racial disparities in school discipline and public punitiveness toward crime.

Criminology Racial Profiling School-to-Prison Pipeline Race and Justice Social Justice

Angela Stuesse

Associate Professor · UNC-Chapel Hill

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Stuesse can discuss immigrant labor and food chain workers – especially in the U.S. meat industry.

Immigration Immigrant labor Labor The South Immigrant

Kholoud Al-Qubbaj

Associate Professor of Humanities · Southern Utah University

Specializing in diversity and inclusion in higher education, transnationalism, and middle eastern studies

Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education English as A Second Language Diversity and Inclusion in Utah Global Diversity Social Justice

Neelanjana Banerjee

Lecturer of Asian and Asian American Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Neelanjana Banerjee is an expert in Asian American arts, and Asian Pacific American and Asian diasporic literature.

Asian Pacific American and Asian Diasporic Literature American American Arts Creative Writing Third World Studies

Jennifer Kaiser

Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering · Georgia Tech - COE

Jennifer Kaiser examines the formation of air pollutants, with a focus on the emissions and chemistry of volatile organic compounds.

Development of Air Quality Monitoring Strategies Interactions of Biogenic and Anthropogenic Emissions Emissions and Chemistry of Air Pollutants Global Chemistry-Transport Modeling

Yvonne Yaz, Ph.D.

Professor, Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Yvonne Yaz's areas of interest include actuarial science and applied mathematics.

Stochastic Control Systems Actuarial Science Applied Mathematics Nonlinear Systems

Tracie Kirkland

Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work Department of Nursing · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Adult and pediatric nurse practitioner

Occupational Health Retail Health Pediatrics Hydration and Glucose Regulation Corporate Health

Denny Ryman

Dean, School of Health Sciences · Farmingdale State College

Dr. Denny G.Ryman is Dean of the Theresa Patnode Santmann School of Health Sciences at Farmingdale State College

Infectious Disease, Including Hepatitis and Legionella Bioterrorism Distance Education Handicapped Students in the Health Science Fields Cancer Tumor Markers (Blood Tests That Can Detect Various Forms of Cancer)

My (Myla) Bui, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Marketing, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University

Neuroplasticity Social Marketing Public Policies Promoting Consumer Wellness Nutritional Labeling Healthcare Management & Innovation