Alan Franck

Collections Manager · University of Florida

Alan Franck manages the Herbarium at the Florida Museum, which has around 500,000 specimens of plants, lichens and algae from worldwide.

Herbarium Medical Botany Nomenclature Plants Plant Diversity

Rodrigo Vargas

Professor, Ecosystem Ecology and Environmental Change · University of Delaware

Prof. Vargas’ work focuses on global environmental change, nature-based solutions, and environmental data science.

Climate Change Environmental Data Science Blue Carbon Nature-based Solutions Soil-Water-Plant-Atmosphere

Mariana Brussoni

Associate Professor · University of British Columbia

Brussoni's research focuses on child injury prevention, including risky play, parents' perspectives on safety, and Aboriginal injuries.

Injury Prevention Child Development Parenting Outdoor Play Higher Education

Marlene Schwartz, Ph.D.

Director, Rudd Center for Obesity & Food Policy (Principal Investigator); Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies · University of Connecticut

Dr. Schwartz specializes in school wellness and nutrition programs, and food insecurity.

Nutrition in Food Programs Food Insecurity Nutrition School Food Options

Erich Bublitz

Risk Management Expert

Experienced Risk Management Professional

Underwriting Insurance Security Assessments Risk Management

Marielaina Perrone DDS

Family, Cosmetic & Implant Dentist | Exceptional Dentist · Marielaina Perrone DDS

Family, Implant, and Cosmetic Dentist serving Las Vegas, Summerlin, and Henderson NV.

Oral Surgery Dental Implants Botox Dental Emergency Porcelain Crowns

Erin Baker

Distinguished Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering and Faculty Director of the Energy Transition Institute · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Erin Baker informs policymakers on energy technology in the face of climate change.

Sustainability equity Energy equity Environmental equity Energy Economics and Policy Wind Energy

Brian Kloeppel

Professor · Western Carolina University

Brian Kloeppel's scholarly interests include watershed ecology, carbon and water cycling, forest growth and dynamics.

Forest Growth and Dynamics Watershed Ecology Graduate Program Development Strategic Planning Biological Field Station Site Reviews and Planning

Jeanette Wyneken, Ph.D.

Professor · Florida Atlantic University

Jeanette Wyneken is an expert in vertebrate morphology, physiological ecology, behavioral ecology, and marine conservation biology.

Marine Conservation Biology Physiological Ecology Vertebrate Morphology Behavioral Ecology

Celine Manoosingh

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering · Georgia Southern University

Celine Manoosingh is an expert in Sustainability in the Built Environment and Thermal Performance of Building Materials.

Life Cycle Assessment & Costing Sustainability in the Built Environment Thermal Performance of Building Materials

Sara Seager

Professor of Planetary Science, Physics, and Aerospace Engineering · Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sara Seager is an astrophysicist and planetary scientist, and is an expert in theory, computation, and data analysis of exoplanets.

Exoplanet Habitable Zones Exoplanet Atmospheres Exoplanet Interior Composition

Sharon Collison

Clinical Instructor, Health Behavior and Nutrition Science · University of Delaware

Sharon Collison provides medical nutrition therapy (MNT) in University of Delware's Nutrition Clinic.

Weight/Health at Every Size Weight Management Sports Nutrition Healthy Aging Eating Disorders

Catherine Morris

Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Human & Social Development · University of Victoria

Catherine Morris is involved in education, research and advocacy on international human rights, peacebuilding and conflict resolution.

Thailand Higher Education Research Policy Analysis Cambodia

Jin-Won Kim

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Jin-Won Kim’s research focuses on the role of recreation, parks and tourism in the creation of active, healthy and sustainable communities.

Water-Based Recreation and Tourism Public Health and Quality of Life Environmental Justice Applications of Geospatial Technologies in Recreation Park and Tourism

Stacy Roberts

Lecturer · Augusta University

Stacy Roberts is an expert in salesmanship, sales marketing, principles of management, organizational behavior, and human resources.

Principles of Management Organizational Behavior Human Resources Marketing Salesmanship and Sales Marketing

Michael Vandenbergh

Professor of Law · Vanderbilt University

Expert in environmental law and how private industry can help slow climate change.

Environmental Law Corporate Environmental Behavior Carbon Emissions Organizational Culture Climate Change Research

Travis S. LaBlanc, P.E.

Senior Hydrology/Hydraulics Engineer · Global Water Experts

Hydraulic Structures Design and Construction

Stormwater Containment/Diversion Channel Design & Construction Spillway Drop Structure Design & Construction Discharge Piping Design & Construction Utility Relocation/Corridor Design & Construction Mine Waste/Industrial Structures Remediation Design & Construction

David Weintraub

Professor of Astronomy; Director of Undergraduate Studies; Director of Program in Communication of Science & Technology · Vanderbilt University

Expert in astrophysics who also writes about extraterrestrial life, human space travel and space colonization.

Space colonization Extraterrestrial life Mars colonization Mars Space travel

Jayme Radomski, P.E.

Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Jayme Radomski is an expert in fire suppression design and building construction.

Water Based Fire Protection Systems Design Project Management Building Mechanical Systems

Norman Beatty

M.D./Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Dr. Norman Beatty studies neglected tropical diseases, such as Chagas disease, Leishmaniasis, cysticercosis and snake envenomation.

Borreliosis Ehrlichiosis Tick-borne Diseases Snake Envenomation Leishmaniasis