Chancellor's Professor, Economics · UC Irvine
David Neumark is an American economist and a Chancellor's Professor of Economics at UC Irvine.
Health Economics Finance Gender Inequality in Relationships Economics Demographics
Senior Lecturer, Cognitive Science · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Neuroscientist with extensive research into body, brain, and mind relationships related to brain health, social cognition and emotions.
Brain Health Emotion Memory Neuroplasticity Well-Being
Professor of Egyptology · University of Bristol
Ancient Egypt, Egyptian tombs and naval history
Naval History of the 19th & 20th centuries Ancient Egypt Egyptian Amarna Period Egypt Archeology of Tombs
Director, Women's and Gender Studies Program · Mount Allison University
Expert in urban social issues, including gentrification, gender, and inequalities.
Gentrification/Displacement Gender Cities Urban Affairs Enviromental Justice
Morgan Distinguished Professor in Educational Innovations · UNC at Chapel Hill
Morgan Distinguished Professor in Educational Innovations, with focus on creativity, innovation, and learning.
Anthropology Sociology Psychology Pedagogy Ethnography and Participant Action Research
Professor of Operations Strategy · Aston University
Professor Tim Baines specialises in the realisation of competitive manufacturing operations.
Business Models Advanced Services Servitization Manufacturing Operations Strategy
Associate Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org / 415-581-8852 / Office 300-100
Corporate Law Transactional Lawyering Community Lawyering Clinical Education Critical Race Theory
Professor of Political Science and Director of the Skalny Center for Polish & Central European Studies · University of Rochester
Stone is known for his studies on international political economy, international relations, and Russian and European politics.
International Monetary Fund International Economics Multinational Corporations International relations and finance Russia and Eastern Europe
Clotilda Winter Professor of Education · Texas Christian University
Dr. Bauml focuses on early childhood/elementary teacher education and teacher decision-making, civic education, and social studies.
Qualitative Research Methods Teacher Knowledge and Beliefs iEngage - Civics Education Teacher Decision-Making Elementary Social Studies Education
Director and Professor · Michigan State University
Laura Reese is an expert in animal welfare policy, animals in the city, animal sheltering, local economic development
Local Economic Development Animals in the City Animal Welfare Policy Animal Sheltering
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Behavior · University of Connecticut
Professor Wagner is an expert in caterpillars, butterflies, moths, insect conservation, global insect decline
Butterflies and Moths Caterpillars Entomology Invasive Species Impacts Insects
Expert in coastal water health · Florida Gulf Coast University
Michael Parsons studies the causes of harmful algal blooms and how their toxins can impact marine and human lives.
Phytoplankton Ecology Coral Reef Ecology Ciguatera Outbreaks Coastal Water Health Plankton Ecosystems
Assistant Professor · Georgia Southern University
Steve Stewart is an expert in entrepreneurship and management.
Professor · Georgia Southern University
Professor Dowis research interests include behavioral and archival taxation
Archival Taxation Accounting Taxation Behavioral Taxation
Professor of Measurement and Quantitative Methods · Michigan State University
Kenneth A. Frank studies how roles and relationships among teachers affect classroom practices and school decision-making.
causal inference and education research methods Social networks among teachers and the impact of social dynamics in schools adolescent decision-making in social contexts
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Social Psychology · Wilfrid Laurier University
Expert in identity, time, memory, goals, inequality, and cultural norms
Social Psychology Self/Identity Well-Being Psychology of change and stability Psychology of time and space
Associate Professor of Geology · Southern Utah University
Specializing in volcanoes and understanding how and why magma accumulates in the Earth’s crust
Structural Geology Chemistry of Minerals Potential Natural Disasters in Southern Utah Potential Geological Hazards in Southern Utah Volcanology
Assistant Professor, School of Criminal Justice · Michigan State University
Jay Kennedy is an expert on employee theft with a particular focus on small and medium enterprises.
Occupational Deviance Business Ethics Product Counterfeiting Corporate Crime Organizational Deviance
Emeritus Professor · University of Connecticut
George Sugai, Ph.D., has expertise in positive behavior support in schools
Behavioral Sciences Function-based Behavior Support School and Classroom Behavior Management Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Applied Behavior Analysis
Assistant Professor · New Jersey Institute of Technology
Dr. Wohn studies the role of algorithms and social interactions in livestreaming, esports, gaming, and social media.
Algorithm and Society eSports Social Media Human-Computer Interaction