Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill
Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights
Mescal Swaim Ferguson Distinguished Professor, Eshelman School of Pharmacy · UNC at Chapel Hill
Kabanov has conducted pioneering research that has considerably influenced current ideas and approaches in drug delivery and nanomedicine.
Professor of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations · Hofstra University
Prof. Zook is an award-winning journalist and author who covers social justice, race, and gender issues in media and politics.
Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University
Patrick Markey, PhD, is an expert on how violent video games affect behavior and relationship issues.
Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University
Rory Kramer, PhD, is an expert on racial inequality, race and education, police use of force and segregation and the physical environment.
Professor of Sociology and Anthropology · University of Mary Washington
Dr. Gable is an expert on museum studies, heritage, and the religion and politics of West Africa and of Outer Island Indonesia.
Associate Provost for Academic Initiatives · Wake Forest University
Chavis’ experience as an Assistant U.S. Attorney informs her expertise on hate crimes, police accountability, and criminal justice reform.
Thomas W. Tusher Professor in Global Business | Faculty Director, Tusher Center for The Management of Intellectual Capital · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
International authority on industrial organizations and technological change, antitrust policy, and intellectual property
Joe Shoong Chair of Business | Associate Professor · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Identifying and explaining skills and shortcomings in people's social, economic, moral, and political judgments