Martha Ginn, PhD

Professor · Augusta University

Dr. Martha Ginn is a political expert on the judicial process, constitutional law and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Politics Judicial Politics The U.S. Supreme Court Constitutional Law Polling

Kris Phillips

Associate Professor of Philosophy · Southern Utah University

Specializing in epistemology, metaphysics, individual variation, and the philosophy of religion, mind, dance, and education

Metaphilosophy Philosophy of Religion Epistemology Philosophy of Dance Philosophy of Education

Jonathan Oberlander, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair of Social Medicine & Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management · UNC at Chapel Hill

Jonathan Oberlander is professor and chair of Social Medicine and professor of Health Policy & Management.

Political Science Social Medicine Health Care Policy Health Care Politics Healthcare Reform

Laura June Davis

Assistant Professor of History · Southern Utah University

Specializing in gender history in the United States, Davis is an expert on women in the military

United States Naval History Women in the Military Gender History in the United States Women's Studies Social Studies Education

Gregory Heyworth

Associate Professor of English and Textual Science; Director, Lazarus Project · University of Rochester

Gregory Heyworth is a textual scientist who works on new ways to read ancient manuscripts and maps using spectral imaging technology.

Ancient Maps Ancient Manuscripts

Scott Thorp

Associate Vice President for Research / Chair, Depart of Art and Design · Augusta University

At Augusta University, Scott Thorp seeks to create a creative community around a nationally ranked art and design department.

User-Centered Design Concept Development Contemporary Art Digital Photography Creativity Research

Luis Ricardo Fraga

Director, Institute for Latino Studies; Acting Chair, Department of Political Science · University of Notre Dame

Luis Ricardo Fraga specializes in race, education, ethnicity, and Latino politics, as well as immigration, urban and voting rights policy.

Latino Politics Politics of Race Politics of Ethnicity Urban Politics Educational Policy

Timothy Matovina

Chair, Department of Theology · University of Notre Dame

Timothy Matovina works in the area of theology and culture, with specialization in U.S. Catholic and U.S. Latino theology and religion.

Catholic Church Latino Theology Catholic History in the American Southwest Mexico's Guadalupe Tradition

Benjamin Steere

Associate Professor · Western Carolina University

Ben Steere's primary areas of interest for research and teaching include Southeastern archaeology and Cherokee archaeology.

Indigenous archaeology Household Anthropology Cherokee Archaeology Archaeology of Eastern North America Household Archaeology

Matthew Daugherty

Assistant Professor · UC San Diego

Evolution of host-pathogen interactions; innate antiviral immunity; how SARS-CoV-2 & other viruses enter the human population

Evolutionary Genomics Innate Immunity Virology Host-Pathogen Interactions

Carrie Jo Bucklin

Assistant Professor of Biology · Southern Utah University

Dr. Bucklin is a Co-PI for SEAS Your Tomorrow and specializes in marine research in the Virgin Islands

Ecosystems of Sourthern Utah Mechanisms of Living Systems Debris in the Virgin Islands Biology Biology Education

Dr Virginie Grzelczyk

Reader/Associate Professor in International Relations · Aston University

Dr Grzelczyk's research focuses on security relationships over the Korean Peninsula and especially about North Korea.

Korean Peninsula Northeast Asia Politics Politics of North Korea Foreign Policy Towards North Korea North Korea

Jane Landers

Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Expert on digital archives and the history of Colonial Latin America, slavery, early American black history.

Africa Colonial Latin America Caribbean History Comparative Slave Systems The Atlantic World

Mimi Ito

Professor in Residence Informatics · UC Irvine

Mizuko Ito is a cultural anthropologist of technology use, focusing on children and youth's changing relationships to media.

Media and Communications Anthropology Children/Video Games Technology

Sharon Austin

Professor · University of Florida

Sharon Wright Austin’s teaching and research interests are in American government, urban politics and African American politics.

Southern Politics African American Politics Urban Politics

Jaci Clement

CEO & Executive Director; Podcast Host, FMC Fast Chat · Fair Media Council

American Media Scholar

News Media Relations Public Speaking Publishing

Ethan Zuckerman

Associate Professor of Public Policy, Communication and Information · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Ethan Zuckerman's work focuses on building alternatives to the commercial internet.

Social Media Governance Technology and Social Change Digital Public Infrastructure Online Community Governance Social Media

Candice Odgers

Professor Psychological Science · UC Irvine

Candice Odgers is a developmental psychologist who studies adolescents’ mental health and development.

Early Adversity Quantitative Psychology Social Inequality Technology and Young People Digital Inequality

Mark Miller

Professor of History · Southern Utah University

Specializing in Native American identity and citizenship, wars of independence, and the economic history of the American midwest

Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Twentieth Century U.S. History Environmental History American West U.S. Mexico Borderlands

Joshua Waldman

CEO and Founder · Career Enlightenment

Author of Job Searching With Social Media For Dummies | Speaker | VP Communications

Social Media Blogger Outreach