Aaron McCright

Professor and Chairperson, College of Social Science/Lyman Briggs College · Michigan State University

Dr. McCright specializes in environmental sociology, sociology of science and technology, and social movements.

Political Polarization Values and Sciences Climate Change Politics Climate Change Climate Change Denial

Deborah Bolnick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor · University of Connecticut

Dr. Bolnick is an expert on genetic ancestry testing and how sociopolitical forces & history shape human genomic diversity.

Native American Genetic Histories Genetic Ancestry Testing Human Biodiversity Anthropology Ancient DNA

Amanda Glaze

Assistant Professor · Georgia Southern University

Dr. Amanda Glaze's research centers on the intersections of science and society, specifically the acceptance and rejection of evolution.

Pre-Service Teacher Education Intersections of Science and Society Worldview Theory Evolution Education Conceptual Change

Robert Bird

Eversource Energy Chair in Business Ethics · University of Connecticut

Robert Bird is an expert in corporate compliance, employment law, legal strategy, business ethics, and corporate governance.

Corporate Governance Employment Law Business Law Corporate Compliance Business Ethics

Jula Hughes

Dean · Lakehead University

Professor Hughes researches in the areas of criminal law, comparative constitutional law and judicial ethics

Criminal Law Comparative Constitutional Law Judicial Ethics Labour Law Jurisprudence

James Young, MD

Executive Dean, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University; Chairman, Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute · Cleveland Clinic

Expert in Cleveland Clinic institute structure, model of care and medical student education

Institutes and the Model of Organizational Care The Evolution of Academic Medical Centers Modern American Medical School

Bill Mase

Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management · Georgia Southern University

Bill Mase has conducted studies and taught courses in public health, ethics and health policy.

Food Safety Evidence-Based Public Health Health Policy Ethics Epidemiology

Catherine E. Hundleby

Associate Professor of Philosophy · University of Windsor

Feminist philosopher of argumentation and knowledge

Philosophy Critical Thinking Argumentation Scientific Knowledge Feminism

Jeremy Kees

Professor of Marketing & Business Law; Chair in Business; Faculty Director of the Center for Marketing & Consumer Insights | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University

Jeremy Kees, PhD, is an expert in marketing and public policy issues, advertising framing effects and risk.

Business Consumer Insight Public Policy and Consumer Welfare Consumer Psychology Risk

Dr. Luis M. Gutierrez Robledo

Director General · National Institute of Geriatrics, National Institute of Health

Dr. Gutiérrez is a Mexican scholar trained in France in geriatric medicine and the biology of aging

Vaccination Public Health Health Policy Geriatric Medicine Adult Vaccination

David L. Faigman

Chancellor & Dean | John F. Digardi Distinguished Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contact: faigmand@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4700 Office 300-200

Constitutional Law Scientific Methods for Lawyers Science Policy Scientific Evidence Peer Review; Expert Testimony

Rob DeConto

Professor and Co-Director of the School of Earth and Sustainability · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Rob DeConto is one of the world's leading experts on modeling polar ice sheets, sea level rise and ocean response to climate change.

Ice Sheets and Sea Level Antarctica Glaciology Climatology Earth System Modeling

Bruno Takahashi

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

Bruno Takahashi's research interests include media coverage of environmental affairs and the links between media and policy.

Risk Communication Environment Journalism Environmental Communication Science Communication Environmental Behaviors

Tom Mills

Lecturer in Sociology and Policy · Aston University

Tom Mills is a sociologist with an interest in media and communications, elite institutions and networks, and the use of digital methods.

Corporate Power Elites BBC Impartiality Sociology Media Communications

Nancy D. Campbell

Professor and Department Head, Science and Technology Studies (STS) · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Focuses on the history of science, technology, and medicine as it relates to drug policy and the social significance of drugs

Opioid Crisis Harm Reduction Opioid Overdose History of Science & Medicine Gender & Addiction

Michael C. Slattery

Professor and Chair, Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies · Texas Christian University

Mike has worked in diverse landscapes ranging from the Namib Desert in southern Africa to the cloud forests of Costa Rica.

Mercury Contamination from Coal-fired Power Plants Wind Research Rhino Conservation Human Impact to Coastal Plains, Rivers and Sediment Pathways

Harry Reis

Professor of Psychology and Dean's Professor in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering · University of Rochester

Professor Harry Reis' research interests involve social interaction and close relationships.

Marriage and Close Relationships Health and Psychological Well Being Social interaction Intimacy Emotion Regulation

Lyndsay V. Rhodes, Ph.D.

Expert in cellular, molecular and cancer biology · Florida Gulf Coast University

Lyndsay Rhodes' research focuses on understanding breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Research Natural Compounds Cancer Biology Molecular Biology Stem Cell (Adult)

Prof., Dr. Mike Martin

Managing Director and Professor for Gerontopsychology and Gerontology · Institute of Gerontology and Dynamics of Healthy Aging - University of Zurich

Dr. Mike Martin is professor for the Psychology of Aging and for Gerontology at University of Zurich.

Middle Adulthood Social Development In Old Age Cognitive Ageing Resources and Skills in Everyday Life Lifespan Development

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