Richard McGrath

Professor · Georgia Southern University

Professor McGrath researches immigration, consumer survey methodology, and applied microeconomics

Applied Microeconomics Immigration Public Finance Tourism Survey Methodology

Leisha DeHart-Davis, Ph.D.

Professor of Public Administration Government · UNC-Chapel Hill

Leisha DeHart-Davis is a professor in the Master of Public Administration Program in the School of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Employee Voice Emotional Labor Organizational Development Employee Morale Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Eileen Abel

Clinical Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Dr. Abel is an expert in the areas of domestic violence/intimate partner violence, HIV/AIDS, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Hiv/Aids Practice Evaluation Social Work Education Intimate Partner Violence Domestic Violence

Kelly Ylitalo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Public Health · Baylor University

An expert in Physical Functioning, Obesity and Diabetes, Survey Methodology, and Physical Activity.

Physical Activity Obesity and Diabetes Physical Functioning Survey Methodology

Brianne Gilbert

Associate Director; Senior Lecturer · Loyola Marymount University

Center for the Study of Los Angeles

Los Angeles Social Science Research Public Opinion Research Survey Methodology Geospatial Data Mapping

Dr. Lucie Vidovićová

Lecturer · Masaryk University

Long-term research interests include the sociology of ageing, age discrimination, active ageing, and social exclusion

Ageing Population Ageing Survey Methodology and Data Analysis Social & Sociological Analysis Demography and Population Studies

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

Kathleen Mullan Harris, Ph.D.

James Haar Distinguished Professor, Sociology; Faculty Fellow at Carolina Population Center · UNC-Chapel Hill

Areas of expertise: Social Demography; Population Health; Family, Poverty, & Public Policy; Data Collection & Research Design.

Family, Poverty and Social Policy Social Inequality Health Disparities