Creative Director, Writer, Curator, Consultant, Researcher · Middlebrook Prize Winners
Visual Culture & Theory Curating Filmmaking Environmental Humanities Contemporary Literature
Lecturer of Classics and Archaeology · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Professor of Biogeography and Spatial Ecology in the Department of Environmental Conservation · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Bethany Bradley studies the interactions between invasive species, land use and climate change.
Invasive Plant Species Invasive Plant Issue Invasion Ecology Climate Change Adaptation Climate Change
Associate Professor of Sport Management and Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Nefertiti Walker's research centers on sports culture and developing diverse and inclusive cultures in sports and other organizations.
Gender in organizations Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation in Intercollegiate Sports Sports Culture Organizational Diversity and inclusion Women & Leadership in Sport Organizations
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
Tatishe M. Nteta
Associate Professor of Political Science / Director of UMass Poll · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Tatishe Nteta's research lies at the intersection of the politics of race and ethnicity, public opinion, and political behavior.
Political Polls American Politics Politics and Political Analysis Race Culture and Ethnicity Polling
David Julian McClements
Distinguished Professor of Food Science · University of Massachusetts Amherst
D. Julian McClements is the most highly cited food scientist in the world, known for his leading research on plant-based food.
Plant-based Food Food Science Food Nanotechnology Food Architecture
Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Richard Peltier's research looks at how poor air quality affects human health.
Air Quality Aerosol filtration Face Masks Environmental Health Air Pollution and Health
Instructor · Loyola Marymount University
Executive Director of Development and Government Relations · Southern Utah University
Specializing in legislative and regulatory policy, arts and non-profit management, and fund-raising in higher education
Non-Profit Administration Fund-raising in Higher Education Utah Politics Utah Legislative Body Utah Government Relations
Todd Robert Petersen
Professor of English · Southern Utah University
Specializing in formal structures of visual storytelling, creative writing, film theory, and aesthetics
Traditional and Contemporary Models of Successful Writing Creative Writing Techniques Coming-of-Age Storytelling Project-Based Learning in HIgher Education Project Management
CEO and Chief Experience Architect · The Estuary, LLC
Passionately exploring the convergence of social media, storytelling, big data and emerging tech in marketing and digital entertainment
Transmedia Storytelling Digital Narratives: Co-Created Storyworld Communities Social Media Analytics Big Data Narrative Gamification
Professor of Religion · Hofstra University
The Monsignor Thomas J. Hartman Chair in Catholic Studies at Hofstra University
Religion and Popular Culture Religion and Sports Pope Francis Independent Catholics Roman Catholics
Assistant Curator · University of Florida
Megan Ennes supports science interests using family museum programming, professional development and climate change communication research.
Civic Engagement for the Environment Climate Change Education Family Science Museum Education Science Career Aspirations
Professor of Graphic Design, College of Communication and Fine Arts · Loyola Marymount University
Professor of Graphic Design
Typography Adobe Creative Suite Concept Development Product Design User Experience
Assistant Professor · University of Florida
Jacque Micieli-Voutsinas is a critical museum studies scholar with expertise on 9/11 memory and landscapes of terrorism, broadly defined.
Post-9/11 Heritage Debates Museum Studies Memory and Geopolitics 9/11 Memorial Landscapes Cultural Heritage at Sites of Terrorism
Curator/Associate Chair · University of Florida
David Blackburn is an evolutionary biologist specializing in amphibians at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
New Species Anatomy Evolution Amphibians Frogs
Director and Distinguished Professor · University of Florida
Bruce MacFadden is a distinguished professor and paleontologist at the Florida Museum.
Fossil Vertebrates Paleobiology Paleontology Stable Isotopes Vertebrate Paleontology
Assistant Professor · University of Mary Washington
Professor Henry is an expert on historic preservation, currently focusing on the history of Fredericksburg, VA.
Vernacular Architecture Historic Preservation Architectural History Urban Planning Architecture
Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering
James Kieselburg is an expert in museum collections and exhibition management, sociology of work, photography and the art of industry.
Photography Art of Industry Museum Management and Leadership Sociology of Work Graphic Design