Paul Humphreys

Professor Emeritus of Music · Loyola Marymount University

Professor Emeritus of Music, World Music

Music Ethnomusicology Music and Religion Comparative Music Theory

Chris Keller

Lecturer of Journalism · Loyola Marymount University

Journalism Javascript Data Analysis Python Programming

Kholoud Al-Qubbaj

Associate Professor of Humanities · Southern Utah University

Specializing in diversity and inclusion in higher education, transnationalism, and middle eastern studies

Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education English as A Second Language Diversity and Inclusion in Utah Global Diversity Social Justice

Patrick Button

Assistant Professor · Tulane University

Patrick Button's research is focused on quantifying discrimination, primarily in labor markets.

LGBT Discrimination Film Tax Incentives Retirement Age Discrimination Hiring Discrimination

Andrew Finch

Associate Professor of the Practice, Department of Human and Organizational Development; Core Faculty, Human Development Counseling · Vanderbilt University

An expert who specializes in recovery high schools, substance use disorders, teen addiction and school counseling.

Addiction and mental health counseling Alcoholism Substance Abuse and Addiction Teen Addiction Drug Abuse

Christopher Meyer

Associate Professor · Baylor University

Experienced speaker in all areas of negotiation and motivation in an organizational context

Negotiation Motivation

Mike Lincoln

EVP Business Development · Lillibridge Healthcare Services Inc.

Sought after speaker on driving healthcare industry innovation, reconciling growth with capital, and enhancing the customer experience.

Customer Experience Go-To-Market Strategies Evolution in Healthcare Delivery Healthcare Financial Debt Capital Markets

Marcello Canuto

Professor and Director of the Middle American Research Institute · Tulane University

Marcello Canuto researches integrative mechanisms that the ancient Maya used to build and maintain a socio-politically complex society.

Ancient Maya Anthropology Mesoamerica Archaeological Remote Sensing Socio-Political Complexity

Neil Maher

Professor · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Neil Maher studies environmental and political history in the 20th century, urban history and the history of environmental justice.

Environmental History History of Environmental Justice 20th Century US Environmental and Political History US History Urban History

John Sabo

Director · Tulane ByWater Institute; Professor, Department of River-Coastal Science and Engineering, Tulane University

Sabo is an expert in river ecology and water resources.

River Food Web Ecology Fisheries Freshwater Sustainability River ecology

Virginia Hughes

Associate Professor, Medical & Molecular Sciences · University of Delaware

Prof. Hughes has a background in public policy and biomedical research.

Transfusion Medicine Hematology Hemostasis Public Policy Statistics

Rubén Martínez

Professor of English and Fletcher Jones Chair in Literature & Writing · Loyola Marymount University

Professor of English and Fletcher Jones Chair in Literature & Writing at Loyola Marymount University

Journalism Mixed-Genre Writing Post-Colonial Literatures and Diaspora

Douglas J. Casa, Ph.D.

CEO-Korey Stringer Institute, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, Department of Kinesiology · University of Connecticut

Focused on prevention of sudden death in sport, exertional heat stroke, wearable technologies, hydration, and performance in the heat

Elite Atheletes Hydration/Dehydration Fluid-Electrolyte Balance Exertional Heat Illnesses Wearable Technologies

Kyle Walker

Associate Professor and Chair · Texas Christian University

Professor Walker specializes in population geography, cities and suburbs and demographic data visualization

Demographic Data Visualization Population Geography Data Analysis and Visualization Cities and Suburbs

Jack Downey

John Henry Newman Professor of Roman Catholic Studies, Professor of Religion and Classics · University of Rochester

Downey studies self-immolation as reistance, forms of protest, Roman Catholicism

Civil Disobedience Social Justice Christianity Roman Catholicism self-immolation

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

Scott Munro

Department Chair, Professor of Engineering · Southern Utah University

Specializing in aerocoustics flow sound interaction and induced vibrations, propagation, and aerospace technologies

Thermocouples Hot-wire Anemometers Compressible Flow Viscous Flow Vibration Measurements and Instrumentation

J. Aaron Johnson, PhD

Director of the Institute of Public and Preventive Health and Professor of Psychology · Augusta University

For two decades, J. Aaron Johnson's research has focused on evidence-based practices, primarily in substance use prevention.

Alcohol Screening Brief Interventions Treatment of Substance Use Disorders Opioid Epidemic

Biplab Datta, PhD

Assistant Professor, Institute of Public and Preventive Health and in the Department of Population Health Sciences · Augusta University

Dr. Datta’s research explores the niche areas in the junction of public health and economics.

Global Health Health Economics Non-Communicable Diseases Healthcare Financing Socioeconomic Determinants of Health

Fernando Guerra

Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Chicana/o Latina/o Studies and Director of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Political Science Chicana/o Latina/o Studies Electoral Politics Public Opinion Research Los Angeles Politics