Lyndsay Green

Sociologist · Independent

Lyndsay Green is a sociologist and researcher who has spent her career helping people use communications technologies for learning

Sociology Communication Retirement Education Aging and Elderly Parenting and Technology

Marilyn Pease

Assistant Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Marilyn Pease is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Economics and Public Policy (BEPP).

Dynamic Games Search Theory Industrial Organization Labor Economics

Carolyn Loeb

Associate Professor Emerita · Michigan State University

Her current research includes postwar and post-reunification redevelopment, public art, and civic space in Berlin.

Berlin Redevelopment Women and Art U.S. and European Art and Architecture Modern and Contemporary Art and Architectural History Public Art

Rebecca Tippett, Ph.D.

Director, Carolina Demography at the Carolina Population Center · UNC-Chapel Hill

Areas of expertise include population estimates & forecasts, postsecondary education, Census reapportionment & NC demographic trends.

Reapportionment Higher Education Population Estimates and Forecasts School Enrollment Projections Indicators of Economic Well-Being

Claire Smrekar

Associate Professor of Leadership, Policy and Organizations · Vanderbilt University

An expert who studies K-12 school choice, charters, magnet schools, vouchers, private schools and segregation.

Education Policy Desegregation Charter School Education Demographic trends in schools School Choice

Robert C. Schober

Co-Founder · Circuit Seed

Robert C. Schober is an expert in integrated circuit design

Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) Complementary Current Field Effect Transistor (CiFET) RF Analog Desings CMOS Mixed Signal

Bethany Berger, J.D.

Professor of Law · University of Connecticut

Professor of Law with a focus on federal Indian law and property law.

Legal History Property Law Tribal Law Litigation and Policy Federal Indian Law

Dr Oscar Berglund

Lecturer in International Public and Social Policy · University of Bristol

Assessing the legal boundaries of protest movements and civil unrest

Austerity Extinction Rebellion Green Movements Civil Disturbance Protests

Scott Imberman

Professor · Michigan State University

Education expert and economist, focusing on policy issues in K-12 and higher education

Autism Spectrum Disorder Teacher Incentives Education Policy Economics of Education School Choice

James A. Wilcox

Professor of the Graduate School · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Credit Union Failures And Losses Small Business Lending Bank mergers and acquisitions Banking Business Conditions

Anuj Kumar

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Anuj Kumar’s research is focused on understanding how information technology affects the behavior of organizations and individuals.

How Online Product Recommendations Affects Customer Demand How Technology Can Be Used to Remedy Societal Problems Technology Enabled Multi-channel Business Operations Information Systems and Operations Management Business Value of Information Technology

Elaine Hyshka

Assistant Professor, School of Public Health · University of Alberta

Professor Hyshka is a health services and policy researcher focused on reducing the health, social, and economic costs of substance misuse.

Harm Reduction Opioids Cannabis Drug Policy Substance misuse

Thomas Smith

Professor in the Practice of Finance · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Cultural Economics Economics of the Arts Economics of Sports Economics of Religion Urban and Real Estate Economics

Reed Walker

Associate Professor | Transamerica Chair in Business Strategy · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Energy and Environmental Economics Labor Economics Public Economics

Kathy D. Geller, PhD

Program Director, Human and Organizational Development | School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

A Scholar/Practitioner….Learning and Organization Effectiveness: Sustainable Leadership, Adult Development and Transformative Learning

Transformative Learning Transnational Leadership Leadership Development Adaptive Leadership Adult Development

Regula (Reggie) Modlich

Urban Planner · Toronto Women's City Alliance

Urban planner, focusing on gender issues, active in the Toronto Women's City Alliance

Community Outreach Women's Rights Equality Rights Sociology Institutional Development

Sara Kintzle

Deputy Director of the Center for Innovation and Research Research Associate Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Sara Kintzle studies the experiences of individuals who have served in the military, and the transition from active duty to civilian life.

Military Transition Military Social Work Education National Guard Military Social Work Sexual Trauma in the Military

Christina DeJong

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice · Michigan State University

Dr. DeJong can discuss gender, sexuality and crime; violence against women; sexual assault; genocide; and other criminal justice issues.

Gender, Sexuality, and Justice Genocide Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Hate Crimes Violence Against Women

Ronald Stein

Author · PTS Advance

To educate the public to be more energy literate.

Solar and Wind Energy Fossil Fuels Emissions and Chemistry of Air Pollutants electricity industry Renewable and Sustainable Biofuels

Gary McGill

Director/Professor/Senior Associate Dean · University of Florida

Gary McGill is an expert in federal income taxes, international taxes and accounting for income taxes.

Taxation Business Accounting International Tax‎ Federal Income Tax