Jerome "Jay" Apt

Professor Emeritus · Carnegie Mellon University

Jay Apt is an emeritus professor at the Tepper School of Business and in the Department of Engineering and Public Policy.

Public Policy Physics Energy Risk Analysis Engineering

Erin Cassese

Professor, Political Science and International Relations · University of Delaware

Dr. Cassese explores the behavior of women as voters and candidates for political office in the United States.

Women Voters Elections Gender Stereotypes Political Psychology Public Opinion

Ashwini Tiwari, PhD

Assistant Professor of Behavioral Health · Augusta University

Public Health Psychiatry Health Behavior

Donna Lister

Professor of nursing/Advanced Practice Registered Nurse · Southern Utah University

Specializing in nursing education and educational processes, rural health and current issues in nursing and health care.

Leadership Teaching and Learning Nursing and Health Care Long Term Health Care Historical Evolution of Nursing

Rachel Parker

Assistant Professor of Arts Admin / Director of Arts Admin · Southern Utah University

Specializing in arts administration, grant writing, and leadership

Arts Administration Art Advocacy in Rural Communities Arts Education Rural Communities Leadership Leadership in the Arts

Soma Chaudhuri

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

Expert on: Development, Gender and Social Movements

South Asia Social Movements Development Violence Against Women Empowerment Programs

Charmion B. Rush

Associate Professor of Inclusive and Special Education · Western Carolina University

Charmion Rush's areas of research include culture relevant pedagogy, disproportionate representation, implicit bias and literacy practices.

Teacher Development Special Education Inclusion Disproportionate Representation Culture Relevant Pedagogy

Roger Thurow

Senior Fellow · The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

Pulitzer prize finalist with a wealth of experience writing about global food issues, hunger, poverty and international affairs

Africa Food Policy Agriculture Poverty Transmedia

Preston Green, J.D., Ed.D.

John and Maria Neag Professor of Urban Education · University of Connecticut

Professor focused on charter school regulation and industry oversight.

School Choice Educational Equity Industry Oversight Charter School Regulation Educational Leadership

Turner Goins

Professor · Western Carolina University

Turner Goins is a nationally known specialist in American Indian aging issues.

Public Health American Indian Aging Issues Gerontology

Jessica Kinsey

Director and Curator of the Southern Utah Museum of Art · Southern Utah University

Specializing in community outreach and engagement, museum exhibition curation, and collection management

Art as Architecture Experiential Learning - Arts Administration Community Outreach Through Arts K-12 Art Education Fine Art

Maya Israel

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Maya Israel researches how to support academically diverse learners’ meaningful engagement in computer science education.

Technology Integration Inclusive Education Computer Science Education Special Education Universal Design for Learning

Nancy Baker, Ph.D.

Trustee Emerit · Fielding Graduate University

Fielding Faculty Emerita and Public Trustee; and President of the Society for General Psychology (APA Div. 1)

Psychological Assessment Forensic Psychology Law and Ethics Multicultural Psychology Gender and Violence

Jeremy Everett, D.Min.

Founder and Executive Director, Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty · Baylor University

National voice on scalable solutions to end hunger through partnerships, research, innovative models and collaboration

Poverty Hunger Policy National Hunger Issues Food Insecurity Food Policy

Lynn Vartan

Professor of Music · Southern Utah University

Known for her dynamic athleticism and exciting energy on stage, Dr. Vartan brings that same passion for music into her classroom.

Percussion Music Drumline Conducting Percussion Pedagogy

Rebecca L. George

Instructor of Anthropology and Assistant Director of Forensic Anthropology Facilities · Western Carolina University

Rebecca L. George focuses on the utility of dental morphology and metrics to estimate population affinity within forensic anthropology.

Forensic Anthropology Dental Anthropology Osteology Skeletal Processing Bioarchaeology

Carrie Liu Currier

Associate Professor and Department Chair · Texas Christian University

Carrie Liu Currier writes on Asian politics and relations, with emphasis on China and Taiwan.

North Korea-China Relations Feminist Theory International relations of East Asia Politics of China Global Political Economy

Frank H. Wu

Distinguished Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Email: wuf@uchastings.edu | Phone: 415-565-4830 | Office: 390-200

Civic Engagement Volunteer Service Higher Education Administration Asian American Issues Civil Rights

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

Jennifer Tupper

Dean, Faculty of Education · University of Regina

Associate Professor and Dean of Education at the University of Regina specializing in anti-oppressive teaching and learning.

Education and social justice