Gianluca De Leo, PhD

Chair of the Department of Health Management, Economics and Policy · Augusta University

Dr. Gianluca De Leo is a leading expert on using technology, such as virtual reality and e-health, in public health and health care.

Telemedicine Augmented Reality Health Technology Biotechnology Public Health

Stephen M. Strader, PhD

Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Stephen Strader, PhD, is an expert on the interaction of climate change, natural hazards, and society.

Tornadoes Geographic Information Systems Natural Hazards Hazards and Society Severe Weather

Judith H. Katz, Ed.D.

Trustee Emerit · Fielding Graduate University

Thought leader, practitioner, educator, and strategist for more than 40 years in organization development, inclusion, and strategic change.

Organization Development White Awareness Inclusion Covert Processes Strategic Change

Jim Sullivan, Ph.D.

Executive Director · Florida Atlantic University

Jim Sullivan is an expert in biological and physical mechanisms controlling the spatial-temporal dynamics of plankton populations.

Sampling Instrumentation Harmful Algal Bloom Dynamics Spatial-temporal Dynamics of Plankton Bioluminescence in the Ocean

Kalim Shah

Associate Professor, Energy and Environmental Policy · University of Delaware

Dr. Shah studies public policy, governance and institutional analysis for sustainable development in small islands and economies.

Public Policy Environment, Social, Governance (ESG) Institutional Transformation Small Island Developing States Energy Security and Transition

Janine Certo

Assistant Professor of Language and Literacy · Michigan State University

Janine Certo is a poet and associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University.

Italian American Studies Poetry Arts-Based Educational Research

Monica Escaleras, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director of the Business and Economics Polling Initiative · Florida Atlantic University

Monica Escaleras is an expert in natural disasters and political economy.

Decentralization Business Administration Business and Economics Polling Natural Disasters Political Economy

Leah Newman, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Leah Newman's research interests include industrial engineering and engineering education.

Ergonomics and Inclusive Design Research Engineering Industrial Engineering Data Analysis

Shalini Kesar

Professor of Information Systems · Southern Utah University

Specializing in management of electronic commerce, gender equality in computing, and disaster recovery

Women in Computing & IT Technology Disaster Recovery Gender gap in STEM Fields Electronic Governance Network Administration

Stephen Hamilton

Professor of Ecosystem Ecology and Biogeochemistry · Michigan State University

Expert in ecosystem ecology and biogeochemistry, with particular attention to aquatic environments

Wetlands, Streams, Lakes and Watersheds Acquatic Environments Ecosystem Ecology Biogeochemistry Agricultural Ecology

Joan B. Rose

Homer Nowlin Chair in Water Research, Dept of Fisheries and Wildlife · Michigan State University

International expert in water and public health microbiology, studies viruses, source tracking and protozoa in water with new tools.

Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Microbial Source Tracking Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Public Health Microbiology Environmental Virology

Herman Knopf

Senior Research Scientist · University of Florida

Herman Knopf researches child care accessibility and parent selection of child care.

Early Childhood Education

Dennis Shelden

Director, Center for Architecture Science and Ecology (CASE) · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Co-Director of the Institute for Energy, the Built Environment, and Smart Systems (EBESS) and leading expert on dynamic building systems.

Cloud Based Building Systems Generative Modelling Built Environments Smart Systems Open Data Over the Web

Steven Lazarus, Ph.D.

Professor | Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences · Florida Tech

Dr. Lazarus' research interests include data assimilation, electrical phenomena such as gigantic jets, and wind/wave interactions.

Climate Change Hurricanes Wind and Waves Data Assimilation Gigantic Jets

Vivian Loftness

University Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Vivian Loftness is an internationally renowned researcher, author and educator with 30+ years in environmental design and sustainability.

Changing Nature of Work Environmental Quality Environmental Design Sustainability Energy

Efstathios Michaelides

W.A. "Tex" Moncrief, Jr. Founding Chair of Engineering · Texas Christian University

Professor Michaelides focuses on lifetime of fossil fuel resources, alternative energy, geothermal energy and nanofluids.

Multiphase Flow Nanofluids Alternative Energy Fossil Fuels Geothermal Energy

Amanda M. Grannas, PhD

Vice Provost for Research; Professor, Department of Chemistry · Villanova University

Amanda Grannas, PhD in an expert in the study of snow and ice photochemistry, and the fate of organic pollutants in the Arctic.

Climate Change Environmental Chemistry Atmospheric Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Snow and Ice Chemistry

Michael Nowatkowski, PhD

Associate Professor · Augusta University

A leading cybersecurity expert available to discuss online security, ransomware, and device security topics.

Hardware and Embedded Systems Cellular and Mobile Technology Defensive Cyber Operations Cyber Operations Education TCP/IP Protocol Analysis

Sascha Usenko B.S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Environmental Science. Director, Environmental Science Graduate Program · Baylor University

Dr. Usenko is the Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Director, Environmental Science Graduate Program at Baylor University.

Anthropogenic Contaminants Spatial and Temporal Scales The Transformation and Bioavailability of Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic Chemicals in the Environment Environmental Forensic Chemistry Identifying Unique Chemical Fingerprints

Howard Mielke

Research Professor · Tulane University

Professor Mielke focuses on the urban environment and its chemical impact on human health and disease.

Lead Poisoning Environmental Signaling Human Health Urban Environments Disease