Shobha Gurung

Professor of Sociology · Southern Utah University

Specializes in gender and labor, comparative family and community, migration, globalization, and transnationalism, and civic engagement.

Global Civic Citizenship Human Rights and Social Justice Gender and Labor Studies Immigrant, Migrant, and Refugee Community Gender and Society

Patrick Flavin, Ph.D.

Professor, Political Science · Baylor University

Dr. Flavin focuses on political inequality, the impact of politics and public policies on citizens’ quality of life, and state politics.

Politics Inequality State Politics Teachers' Unions and Politics Quality of Life

Rebecca Jacobsen

Associate Professor of Education Politics and Policy · Michigan State University

Associate Professor of Education Politics and Policy

Public Opinion Education Policy Accountability Public Policy Politics

Sabreena Ghaffar-Siddiqui

Professor, Sociologist & Researcher, DEI Expert · Sheridan College

DEI, Social Inequality; Immigration; Integration; Refugees; Racism; Islamophobia; Deviance; Radicalization; Terrorism; Hate Crimes.

Sociology Social Activism Politics Global Media and Culture Immigration and Ethnicity Immigration and Citizenship

Randall Curren

Professor of Philosophy · University of Rochester

Randall Curren is an ethicist who works across the boundaries of moral, political, legal, environmental, and educational philosophy.

Ethics of Sustainability Moral Psychology Ancient Greek Philosophy patriotic education

Rebecca Avalos

Instructor of Communication Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Lecturer of Communication Studies

Borders Nationalism Critical Rhetoric Critical Race Theory Rhetorical Criticism

Dayna Nadine Scott

Associate Professor · Osgoode Hall Law School of York University

Dr.Dayna Scott works in the areas of environmental law and policy; critical risk theory; environmental justice; and trade and globalization.

Environmental Law and Justice Gender and Environmental Health Toxic Substances Regulation Feminist Theory of the Body Pollution

Robin Coulter, Ph.D.

Department Head, Professor of Marketing · University of Connecticut

Professor Robin Coulter is an expert in consumer behavior issues with strategic marketing implications.

Visualization Consumer Research Numerical Cognition Branding Cross-Cultural Consumer Behavior

Dr Tahmineh Tayebi

Lecturer in Forensic Linguistics · Aston University

She is interested in online offensive and abusive language and other similar phenomena, such as cyberbullying, trolling and hate crime.

Language Aggression British Immigration Trolling Cyberbullying Citizenship Policy

Tim Brodhead

Senior Fellow (SiG National) · Social Innovation Generation (SiG)

A non-profit pioneer who continues working to create a more resilient society by enhancing inclusion, sustainability, and social innovation

Philanthropy Non-Profit Management Social Innovation Social Finance Sustainability

Ryan Outlaw

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

Ryan Outlaw is a management expert, focusing on information exchange within corporate contexts.

Trust Justice Information Exchange

Paul Kramer

Associate Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Expert in modern U. S. history, with an emphasis on transnational histories, American social thought and the politics of inequality.

Refugees Immigration U.S. History Foreign Policy

Emilie Townes

Dean of the Divinity School; E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of Womanist Ethics and Society · Vanderbilt University

An expert in Christian ethics, womanist theology and womanist perspectives on health care, economic justice, poetry and literary theory.

Theological Education Baptist Studies Cultural Theory and Studies African American Women and Religion Womanist Ethics

Russell Johnson

Associate Professor of Management · Michigan State University

Expert on psychology of the workplace, employee-management relationships, motivation, leadership

Emotion Personality Organizational Commitment Self-Regulation Research

Dana Elizabeth Weiner

Associate Professor, History Department · Wilfrid Laurier University

US Historian, expert on African American history, activism, debates over rights, citizenship in the US to 1880.

United States History US History Early US History 19th Century US History US Race

Deborah M. Weissman, J.D.

Reef C. Ivey II Distinguished Professor of Law, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Reef C. Ivey II Distinguished Professor of Law

Refugees Women's Issues Poverty Law - Legal Services Immigration and Citizenship Human Rights Civil Rights

Mark Miller

Professor of History · Southern Utah University

Specializing in Native American identity and citizenship, wars of independence, and the economic history of the American midwest

Mormon Plural Marriage U.S. Mexico Borderlands American West Environmental History American Indians

Timothy D. Golden

Professor, Lally School of Management; Area Head of Enterprise Management and Organization · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Leading researcher on remote work, telecommuting, telework, and the relationship between technology and managerial behaviors.

Work-At-Home Virtual Teams Virtual Work Telework Telecommuting

Carlos de la Torre

Director · University of Florida

De la Torre is an expert in Latin American populism from a global perspective and in racism and citizenship in Ecuador.

Racism and Citizenship in the Americas Populism Latin American Studies Democratization Authoritarianism

William Perez

Professor & Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion · Loyola Marymount University

Department of Educational Leadership and Administration

Immigration Status & Nationality Race and Ethnicity Diversity Social Identity Motivation