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Director, Carolina Demography at the Carolina Population Center · UNC-Chapel Hill
Areas of expertise include population estimates & forecasts, postsecondary education, Census reapportionment & NC demographic trends.
William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School · UNC-Chapel Hill
Professor Johnson explores community and economic development and the effects of demographic changes on the U.S. workplace.
Associate Professor, Geography & Director, Center of Urban Studies · Texas Christian University
Professor Walker specializes in population geography, cities and suburbs and demographic data visualization
Professor of Sociology · Baylor University
Dr. Tolbert's areas of research include social stratification, social demography, rural sociology and quantitative applications.
Director of Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs and Professor of Management · The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
Entrepreneurship, wealth creation, venture capital, minority entrepreneurship, race and economics
Associate Professor · Michigan State University
I study the interplay of ethics and scientific evidence in population health, including race and migration issues and climate change issues.
Andrew Jackson Chair in American History; Professor of Law; Professor of Political Science; Professor of Sociology; Director, American Studies Program · Vanderbilt University
Expert in the history of American privacy, social security, big data, survey data and the public sphere.
Chief Strategy Officer · ElderCare Buddy
Credentialed Gerontologist and Professional Certified Marketer
Senior Lecturer, School of English · Birmingham City University
Islam Issa's research focuses primarily on the modern-day reception of Renaissance and Early Modern English literature in global contexts.
Assistant Professor of Organization & Management · Emory University, Goizueta Business School
Hall's research focuses on the influence of race, gender, and class-based implicit biases on interactions within the workplace.