Asa Palley

Assistant Professor of Decision and Information Technologies · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Asa Palley is an expert in the areas of decision analysis, the wisdom of crowds, and judgment and decision making.

Wisdom of Crowds Decision Analysis Judgment and Decision Making

Ken Catania

Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences · Vanderbilt University

Expert on sensory systems' impact on animal behavior, particularly naked mole rats, star-nosed moles, cockroaches and eels.

spatial maps rodents Biological Sciences neural processing mammals

David Bader

Distinguished Professor, Computer Science · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Interests lie at the intersection of data science & high-performance computing, with applications in cybersecurity

Computational Genomics Applications in Cybersecurity Data Science High-Performance Computing Massive-Scale Analytics

Mary Anne Trasciatti

Professor of Rhetoric and Public Advocacy · Hofstra University

Dr. Trasciatti is the Director of Labor Studies. She also studies the role of public protest in social advocacy and building community.

Persuasion Women's Studies Public Space and Public Expression Triangle Shirt Factory Fire Public Protest

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

Patrick J. Martin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Dr. Martin's research applies control theory and artificial intelligence to enable the safe deployment of distributed autonomous systems.

Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence for Autonomous Systems Robotics and Automation Cyber Physical Systems Autonomy

Gary Troia

Associate Professor of Special Education · Michigan State University

Expert in education, specializing in teaching writing to students with and without disabilities, methods for evaluating writing performance

Learning Disabilities Elementary and Secondary Writing Instruction Writing Assessment and Measurement

Johnathan O'Neill

Chair, History · Georgia Southern University

Johnathan O'Neill researches constitutionalism and American conservatism in the twentieth century, with emphasis on legal history.

U.S. Constitutional History American Constitutional and Legal History American Political Thought Legal History of the U.S.

Stephen J. Andriole, PhD

Thomas G. Labrecque Professor of Business Technology | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University

Stephen J. Andriole, PhD, is an expert in emerging technologies and business technology strategy

Emerging Technology Trends Technology Adoption Virtual & Augmented Reality Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Social Media Analytics

Jeff Greene

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of Graduate Studies Professor of Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Using the science of learning to help people be better consumers of information.

Learning with Computers/Technology Learning Technology Digital Literacy Self-Regulated Learning Behaviors

Xiao-Jun Zhang

Professor | Michael Chetkovich Chair in Accounting | Distinguished Teaching Fellow · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Accounting and Finance Financial Statement Analysis Asset Pricing

Patricia Marin

Assistant Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education · Michigan State University

Higher education policy expert, focusing on issues of inclusion and equity for underrepresented students

College Access Affirmative Action Diversity in Higher Education

Zabrina Epps

Student Trustee · Fielding Graduate University

Human and Organizational Development; Fellow, Marie Fielder Center; Fielding Board of Trustees

Idea Generation Human and Organizational Development Governance Policymaking Inclusive Collaboration

Peter Koch, PhD

Assistant Professor of Philosophy · Villanova University

Peter Koch, Ph.D., is an expert in philosophical issues of biomedical and clinical ethics related to patient well-being, harm and disease.

Harm Brain Death Euthanasia Philosophy of Disability Philosophy of Disease

Hayden Wimmer

Associate Professor, Department of Information Technology · Georgia Southern University

Hayden Wimmer is an expert in Information Systems based in data mining and artificial intelligence applied to financial data.

Financial Data Data Mining Information Systems Artificial Intelligence

Aaron Bodoh-Creed

Assistant Professor · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Psychology and Economics Industrial Organization Economics Market Design

Sarah Rees

Director, Cyber Workforce Academy · Augusta University

The Cyber Workforce Academy offers training for state and local government information security professionals

Information Assurance Satellite Communications Voip Network Administration Computer Security

Thomas LaVeist

Dean of Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine · Tulane University

Dean Thomas LaVeist's areas of expertise include U.S. health and social policy and the role of race in health research.

Health disparities by race and ethnicity Vaccine Hesitancy Public Health Social Determinants of Health Health Policy

Vanessa Downing, Ph.D

Director of the Center for WorkLife Wellbeing · ChristianaCare

Vanessa Downing, Ph.D, is the director of the ChristianaCare Center for WorkLife Wellbeing.

Work Life Integration Vicarious Trauma Resilience and Mental Health Healthcare Worker Wellbeing Wellbeing

Karen Lincoln

Associate Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Dr. Lincoln's research focuses on stress, aging, and mental health disparities

Alzheimer Disease Minority Health Social Networks African American Families Social Work