Jurgen Grotz

Director · University of East Anglia

He is Director of the Institute for Volunteering Research. He is a social scientist and examines the significant benefits of volunteering.

Community Cohesion Benefits of Volunteering Volunteering Sinology Civic Participation

Professor Tina Miller

Professor of Sociology · Oxford Brookes University

Her research interests include family lives, intimate relationships, gender, parenthood, & reproductive health.

Gender Parenthood Families Transition into Stages of Family Life

Kevin Daniels

Professor of Organisational Behaviour · University of East Anglia

His expertise is in workplace health, employee well-being and safety at work.

Social Distancing in the Workplace Employee Well-being Psychology Workplace Health Safety at Work

Andrea Paras

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science · University of Guelph

Professor Andrea Paras specialises in the ethics of international humanitarianism, with a special interest in religion and politics.

Humanitarian Assistance Human Rights International Development International Affairs Religion Politics & Culture

Dr. Jean-Pierre Michel

Professor of Geriatric Medicine · Geneva University

Dr. Jean-Pierre Michel is a full Professor of Medicine at Geneva University Medical School and head of the geriatric ward

Vaccination Adult Vaccination Geriatric Medicine Public Palliative Medicine Vaccines 4 Life Program

Helen Fitzhugh

Senior Research Associate · University of East Anglia

She explores how good intentions are translated within organisations into action & if it is successful in creating positive change.

Policing Good Intentions Translated in Organisations Social Researcher Organisations and Social Value Creative Positive Change in Organisations

Teresa Scassa

Professor, Faculty of Law · University of Ottawa

Teresa Scassa is the Canada Research Chair in Information Law at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Common Law

Legal issues in Digital Cartography Citizen Science Intellectual Property Freedom of Expression Open Government

Peter Johnson

Director · Fairday Research Limited

New Thinking for Service Organisations

Organisations Service Provision Itsm

Dr Patrycja Rozbicka

Senior Lecturer · Aston University

Dr Rozbicka's works on interest groups in policy-making and live music industry regulation in the UK.

IR Aesthetics Regulation of Live Music Interest Groups Live Music Industry Brexit

Ali Bigdeli

Associate Professor (Reader) in Industrial Service Innovation · Aston University

Dr Ali Z. Bigdeli is an expert in servitization and advanced services in manufacturing.

Manufacturing Strategy Business Model Innovation Servitization Service Innovation Organisational Change

Sylvie Grosjean

Professeur Agrégée · Université d'Ottawa

Communication organisationnelle. Travaille sur l'implantation des systèmes d'information médicaux, la télémédecine et télésanté.

Organizational Communication Information and communication technology (ICT) Medical Information Systems Organizational Learning Collective decision-making

Dr Giles Birchley

Research Fellow in Population and Health Sciences · University of Bristol

Specialist in medical ethics with a core focus on the decision-making processes that impact children's treatment

Adult Decisions on Child Healthcare Health Law Bioethics Health Sciences Medical Ethics

Bill Maurer

Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Professor, Anthropology and Law · UC Irvine

Bill Maurer is an anthropologist and expert on money’s artifacts and technologies, from cowries to credit cards and cryptocurrencies.

Payments Industry Law Anthropology Cryptocurrencies Money and Finance

Lee Jarvis

Professor of International Politics · University of East Anglia

His global research explores terrorism, counterterrorism and cyber security.

Political Violence Counterterrorism International Politics Terrorism Cyber Security

Frank Barrett, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Creating learning organizations; improvisation and sustainability in organizations; appreciative inquiry as a positive mode of action.

Appreciative Inquiry Improvisation and Organizational Innovation Organizational Learning Spiritual Development Social Impact of Information Technology

Jeffrey Wasserstrom

Chancellor's Professor · UC Irvine

Jeffrey specializes in modern Chinese cultural history & world history, who has written on many contemporary as well as historical issues

Urban Globalization China Protest Gender

Laura Bowater

Professor of Microbiology Education and Engagement · University of East Anglia

Her interest is in antibiotic resistance and infection control – and the public understanding of science and health issues.

Biochemistry Science Communication Microbiology Antibiotic Resistance Microbial Biochemistry

Professor Sue Backhouse

Professor of Sport Psychology and Behavioural Nutrition · Leeds Beckett University

Her particular expertise is in athlete welfare, drug use in sport, why athletes dope, what makes athletes vulnerable to doping and more.

Whistleblowing Athlete Welfare Drug Use in Sport Doping Sports Integrity

Adrian Benfell

Associate Professor in Digital Business · University of East Anglia

He looks at how businesses can become more digital and how they can be transformed into more digital businesses.

Business Enterprise Resource Planning Digital Business Customer Relationship Management Software Development for Businesses

Dr. Jane Barratt

Secretary General · International Federation on Ageing

As Secretary General of the IFA Dr Barratt is an internationaly respected speaker on age related issues across the globe.

Fostering Healthy Ageing Healthy Ageing Public Policy and Advocacy Population Ageing Women's Rights