Abigail Ortiz

Psychiatrist · The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre and Mood Disorders Center of Ottawa, UOHS

Dr. Ortiz’s research focuses on understanding mood regulation using mathematics

Mood Disorders Bipolar Disorder Mood regulation Pharmacotherapy Nonlinear methods in Psychiatry

Najwa al-Qattan

Emeritus Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

The Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Muslim Court Jews and Christians under Islam The First World War

Keith Sawyer, M.A, Ph.D.

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

Dr. Mike Martin

Managing Director and Professor for Gerontopsychology and Gerontology · Institute of Gerontology and Dynamics of Healthy Aging - University of Zurich

Dr. Mike Martin is professor for the Psychology of Aging and for Gerontology at University of Zurich.

Middle Adulthood Social Development In Old Age Cognitive Ageing Resources and Skills in Everyday Life Lifespan Development

Gretchen Helmke

Professor of Political Science · University of Rochester

Professor Helmke's research focuses on democratic political institutions, rule of law, and Latin American politics.

Institutional crises in Latin America Rule of Law Democratic Political Institutions Latin American Politics

Aaron Bodoh-Creed

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

Psychology and Economics Industrial Organization Economics Market Design

Marc Gallicchio, PhD

Professor and Chair of History | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Marc Gallicchio, PhD, is an expert on World War II, U.S. foreign relations, East Asia, modern military history and modern U.S. history.

History Modern Military History U.S. Foreign Policy Modern U.S. History World War II

Greg Waymire

Asa Griggs Candler Chair and Professor in Accounting · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

The spontaneous emergence of accounting standards through knowledge sharing Accountability and language as mechanisms to produce trust in economic exchange Underpinnings of the FASB's conceptual framework The role of accounting in periods of economic crisis The emergence of U.S. information intermediaries in the pre-SEC Era

Michael R. Foy

Professor of Psychology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Biological Psychology Hormone Action On Brain Eeg Recording and Analysis Neurobiology Behavioral Neuroscience

Karen Sedatole

Interim John H. Harland Dean; Goizueta Advisory Board Term Professor of Accounting · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Executive Compensation Performance Evaluation Reward Systems Performance Measures Interorganizational Collaboration

Alexander Schwarzman

Dean of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences · Augusta University

Dean Schwarzmann is a nationally-recognized expert in cybersecurity of voting technology, computer science, and distributed systems.

Distributed Systems Computer Science Research and Education Cybersecurity of Voting Technology

Emilie Townes

Dean of the Divinity School; E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of Womanist Ethics and Society · Vanderbilt University

An expert in Christian ethics, womanist theology and womanist perspectives on health care, economic justice, poetry and literary theory.

Theological Education Baptist Studies Cultural Theory and Studies African American Women and Religion Womanist Ethics

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

Margaret A. Cramer, PhD, ABPP

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Psychodynamics; PTSD and substance abuse; Women, trauma and addiction.

History and Systems of Psychology Theories of Personality Psychopathology Health Psychology Psychoanalytic and Neoanalytic Theory and Psychotherapy

David J. Hardy

Professor of Psychology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Visual Attention Neuropsychology Information Processing

Dr. Bob Drost

Assistant Professor · Michigan State University

Robert Drost's research and teaching focus specifically emphasizes Science Communication and Natural Hazard warning.

Tornado Warning Systems Tornados

Pere Santamaria

Professor, Department of Microbiology, Immunology & Infectious Diseases · Diabetes Canada

Looking at the immunogenetics and immunopathogenesis of autoimmune disorders, with a particular focus on type 1 diabetes.

Therapeutic Intervention Autoimmune Diseases Type 1 Diabetes Immunogenetics

Helen Harris, Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Diana R. Garland School of Social Work · Baylor University

Expert on grief and social relations, redefining the intersection of loss and religiosity

Grief and Cognition in Children Grief and Cognition in Adults Trauma Loss and Grief Current Applications of the Work of Alan Keith-Lucas Faith and Adoption

Kylo-Patrick Hart

Chair of Film, Television, and Digital Media and Professor Film, Television and Digital Media · Texas Christian University

Kylo-Patrick R. Hart teaches courses in film and television history, theory and criticism; film screenwriting; and queer media studies.

Stardom Popular Culture International Cinemas Masculinity and Sexual Orientation in Film and Entertainment Media Representations of HIV/AIDS

John Friedlander

University Professor · University of Toronto, Department of Mathematics

John Friedlander's research focuses on analytic number theory.

Analytic Number Theory Theory of Prime Numbers L-functions