Tricia Jenkins

Professor · Texas Christian University

Tricia Jenkins is an expert in the US government's relationship to Hollywood, critical media theories, and media genres.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Television and Film Genres Hollywood and the CIA Russian Trolls International Film Festivals

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

Mark Lukasiewicz

Dean, The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication · Hofstra University

Dean Lukasiewicz is a veteran producer, journalist, and media executive. Before joining Hofstra, he was SVP of specials at NBC News.

news platforms news industry Broadcast News Digital Media Media Ethics

Christopher A. Cooper

Madison Distinguished Professor of Political Science & Public Affairs and Director of the Haire Institute for Public Policy · Western Carolina University

Christopher A. Cooper's research is on N.C. politics, southern politics, political behavior and behavioral public administration.

Election Administration Public Administration Southern Politics American Politics Parties, Campaigns and Elections

Erica Frantz

Assistant professor of political science · Michigan State University

Expert in dictatorships, autocratic rule, authoritarian politics, world conflict

Development Democratization Authoritarian Politics Conflict

Mia Moody-Ramirez, Ph.D.

Professor · Baylor University

Dr. Moody-Ramirez is a nationally known expert on mass media representations of minorities, women and other underrepresented groups

Race, Class, and Culture Pop Culture New Media Writing for Media Markets Historical Stereotypes in Social Media

Michael P. Lynch, Ph.D.

Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Philosophy · University of Connecticut

Dr. Lynch's research focuses on truth and fake news.

Information Technology and Knowledge Democracy and Public Discourse Fake News Truth

Kimberly West-Faulcon

Professor of Law · Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University

James P. Bradley Chair in Constitutional Law

Impeachment Constitutional Law

Richard A. Wilson, Ph.D.

Gladstein Distinguished Chair of Human Rights and Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor · University of Connecticut

Dr. Wilson is an expert on hate speech and incitement on social media.

Human Rights Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Anthropology Human rights trials International Human Rights

Walter Isaacson

University Professor · Tulane University

Walter Isaacson is the chair emeritus of Teach for America and has been the chairman and CEO of CNN and the editor of TIME magazine.

News Media American History History

Christine Kelleher Palus, PhD

Dean of College of Professional Studies; Professor of Public Administration · Villanova University

Christine Palus, PhD, is an expert on adult education, urban politics and policy, state-level public administration and women in politics.

Adult Education Public Administration and Management Urban Politics American Government State and Local Politics

Steven Sheffrin

Professor of Economics · Tulane University

Steven Sheffrin’s research is focused on property taxation, state corporate taxation, tax fairness and compliance.

Tax Compliance Economics Policy-Oriented ISsues Property Taxation Tax Fairness

Michael S. Rogers

Senior Advisor, Washington, D.C. · Brunswick Group

Michael Rogers advises in the areas of cyber security, privacy, geopolitics, technology and intelligence as well as crisis management.

National Security Crisis Management Telecommuncations Cyber Security Intelligence and Counter Intelligence

Jessica Levinson

Clinical Professor of Law · Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University

Director of Loyola Law School's Public Service Institute

Election Law Constitutional Law Impeachment Legislative Process

Laura Briggs

Professor of Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Laura Briggs is an expert on U.S. and international reproductive politics, child welfare policy and transnational and transracial adoption.

Transnational Adoption Reproduction Politics Adoption Child Separation

Mitchell Lovett

Associate Professor of Marketing · University of Rochester

Mitchell Lovett applies and develops quantitative methods to study marketing problems.

Political Advertising Social Media Listening Online and Offline Word-of-Mouth Targeted Advertising Quantitative Marketing

Anita Williams Woolley

Associate Professor · Carnegie Mellon University

Anita Williams Woolley is an organizational psychologist who studies team collaboration in the workplace and collective intelligence.

Remote Work Team Collaboration Collective Intelligence Organizational Psychology Cognitive Style

Brian Mittendorf

Chair | Department of Accounting and MIS · The Ohio State University

Expert in nonprofit accounting and financial management

Accounting in supply chain management Incentive contracting Nonprofit Organizations Competitive Strategy Accounting

Mary Bennett

Director of the Micheal O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service · Southern Utah University

Specializing in U.S. campaigns and elections, government relations, and public policy and advocacy

Utah Political Candidates Utah Legislative Body Political Communication Congressional Campaigns Regulatory Policy for Financial Industries

Lorynn Divita, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Apparel Design and Merchandising · Baylor University

Dr. Divita's areas of research are fashion forecasting and trend contagion; and textile, apparel and retailing industry topics.

Retailing Fashion Merchandising Apparel Textile Sciences Fashion Forecasting