Patrick Jung, Ph.D.

Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Patrick Jung's areas of focus include American history, German art history, and anthropology.

American History German Art History Cultural Anthropology American Indian History

Douglas Harris

Professor of Economics & Schleider Foundation Chair in Public Education · Tulane University

Douglas Harris' expertise lies in economics for education, teacher labor markets, productivity measurements and incentive design.

Economics of Education Incentive Design Teacher Labor Markets Productivity Measurement Test-Based Accountability

Stephen M. Williams, P.E., Ph.D.

Professor and Department Chair · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Steve Williams specializes in control systems, power electronics and electromechanical systems.

Curriculum Design Electromechanical Systems Control Systems Power Electronics Electrical Engineering

Melanie Szulczewski

Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Szulczewki's research focuses on soil science and environmental toxicology.

Earth and Environmental Studies Environmental Issues Climate Change Solar Cooking Soil Science

Emily A. Greenfield, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Social Work · Rutgers

Dr. Greenfield's research addresses how early life experiences matter for aging. She also studies age-friendly community change processes.

Ageing Life Course Human Development Social Services Theory Development Loneliness

David Berri

Professor of Economics · Southern Utah University

Specializing in evaluations of players and coaches in sports, gender issues in sports, and competitive balance in sports

Distrubution of Wealth and Power Unpaid Athletes in the NCAA NBA Salary Caps Sports Economics NCAA

Dorothy Agger-Gupta, PhD

Faculty Trustee & Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Working together for a more just and equitable world through education, imagination, technology, and art

Phenomenography & Action Research Organization Studies Online Gaming and Leadership Competencies Social Change & Women's Art Organizational Innovation & Transformative Change

Derek Riley, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Computer Science Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Derek Riley's is an expert in big data, artificial intelligence, computer modeling and simulation, and mobile computing/programming.

Process Modeling and Simulation Big Data Computer Science Software Engineering Algorithms

Christopher H. Raebel, P.E., S.E., Ph.D.

Professor, Department Chair · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Christopher Raebel focuses on robustness in structural systems with an emphasis on steel framed buildings.

Floor Vibrations Caused by Occupant Activities Structural Steel Framed Buildings Structural Systems Finite Element Analysis Experiment Testing

Lauren Beverung, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Lauren Beverung holds degrees in developmental psychology and human development & family sciences.

Research Methods Grief and Bereavement Child Development Psychology Parent-Child Relationships and Parenting

Kelly Ottman, Ph.D.

Professor · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Kelly Ottman is an expert in facilitation of boards, strategic planning, and leadership development and coaching.

Global Mindset Organizational Culture Mission, Values and Culture Alignment China/Asia and Cross-Cultural Understanding Adult Education

Janice Beecher

Director of the Institute of Public Utilities · Michigan State University

Expert in economic regulation and pricing of public utilities.

Academic journal management and research editing Environmental and resource policy and regulation Water industry structure, privatization, and pricing Theory and practice of public utility regulation Regulatory institutions, governance, policy, and ethics

William L. Andrews, Ph.D.

E. Maynard Adams Professor of English, Department of English and Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Dr. Andrews is an expert in African American literature, Southern literature and North American slave narratives.

Southern Literature American Literature to 1900 African American Literature Slavery Digital Humanities

Macary Marciniak, Pharm.D.

Clinical Associate Professor, Eshelman School of Pharmacy · UNC at Chapel Hill

Macary Marciniak's focus is in community pharmacy practice, specifically immunizations, medication therapy management, and self-care.

Pharmacology Pharmacotherapeutics Medication Therapy Management Self-Care Community Health

Matthew Kerbel, PhD

Professor of Political Science | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Matthew Kerbel, PhD, is the go-to source for stories about political communication.

Political Science Political Parties Presidency and Governorship American Government Media and Politics

James Kieselburg

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

Denise Barreto

Author, Managing Partner, Trainer and Speaker · Relationships Matter Now, LLC

Relationship Revolutionist - Changing the World, One Relationship at a Time

Relationships Marketing Leadership Customer Service Corporate Partnerships

Craig Burnett

Associate Professor of Political Science · Hofstra University

Professor Burnett's research focuses on state and local government, urban politics, political behavior, and electoral institutions

“Electoral Systems” Research Direct Democracy Political behavior Urban Politics American Politics

Linda Tropp

Professor of Social Psychology · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Linda Tropp's research looks at how people’s group membership effects how we see and experience our relationships with other people.

Responses to prejudice Social Psychology Intergroup Relations Intergroup Conflict Intergroup Interactions

Mohan V. Tatikonda

Professor of Operations Management · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Expert on issues of global competition, international trade, corporate strategy, manufacturing employment, & health care supply chains.

International Trade Lean Six Sigma Complex New Product and Service Development Start-Up Firms Supply Chain Management