John Dinan

Professor of Politics and International Affairs · Wake Forest University

Dinan studies federal and state policy-making and constitutional developments.

American Politics State Constitutionalism American Federalism American Political Development Congress and Legislative Studies

Kevan Jacobson

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice / Department Chair · Southern Utah University

Specializing in the principles of criminal responsibility and the constitutional system, law of armed conflict, and military justice

Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure Principles of the Constitutional System Remedies for Government Misconduct Military Justice Law of Armed Conflict

Zabrina Epps

Student Trustee · Fielding Graduate University

Human and Organizational Development; Fellow, Marie Fielder Center; Fielding Board of Trustees

Idea Generation Human and Organizational Development Governance Policymaking Inclusive Collaboration

Ulrike Malmendier

Professor · Edward J. and Mollie Arnold Professor of Finance | Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Law and Finance Contract Theory Behavioral Finance Corporate Finance Behavioral Economics

Matt Grossmann

Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research · Michigan State University

Matt Grossmann's expertise includes American politics, policymaking, interest groups, public policy, political parties and campaigns.

Political Science Gun Control Public Policy Analysis Politics National Elections

David Lynch

Professor, Social Science · Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Expertise: International relations and political economies, particularly trade, globalization and regional trade agreements

International Political Economy International Trade International Relations

Elaine Hyshka

Assistant Professor, School of Public Health · University of Alberta

Professor Hyshka is a health services and policy researcher focused on reducing the health, social, and economic costs of substance misuse.

Harm Reduction Opioids Cannabis Drug Policy Substance misuse

Tai Ming Cheung

Professor of International Relations & Director · UC San Diego

Tai Ming Cheung is a expert on Chinese and East Asian defense, innovation and national security affairs.

Defense Innovation Chinese Science, Technology and Innovation Chinese Political Economy Chinese and East Asian Security and Defense Policy Chinese Politics

Eric Houck, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy, School of Education · UNC at Chapel Hill

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy

Teacher Salary Teacher Quality Student Assignment Issues School Finance Policies State Funding Formulas

Douglas Bennett

Assistant Professor of Political Science / Provost Faculty Fellow · Southern Utah University

Dr. Bennett joined SUU after a successful career in D.C., specializing foreign commerce, trade, and product liability

Crisis Management for Corporations North American Free Trade Agreement Third Party Liability Insurance Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy U.S. Politics

Dr. Debra Whitman

Chief Public Policy Officer · AARP

Dr. Debra Whitman is an authority on aging issues with extensive experience in policymaking, research and the political process.

Public Policy Active Ageing Elder Abuse Retirement Human Rights

G. Michael Stathis

Professor of Political Science · Southern Utah University

Specializing in political science, international relations, and media portrayal of Islamic religion

Theories of International Relations Islamic State Fourth Gulf War International Conflict American Government

President Scott L Wyatt

President · Southern Utah University

A leader in higher education specializing in creating transformative learning experiences and achieving high-quality outcomes.

Organizational Changes in Higher Education Dual Enrollment in Higher Education Law Campaigns and Elections American National Government

Tiffany Muller Myrdahl

Urbanist and Feminist Geographer · Simon Fraser University

Specializes in equity and inclusion. Uses policy analysis and collaborative research with women and LGBTQ people to examine urban change.

Geographies of social difference (with an emphasis on gender and sexuality) Municipal Social Inclusion Policy Qualitative and Mixed Method Research Oral history methods for research and policymaking

Manley A. Begay, EdD

Public Trustee · Fielding Graduate University

Faculty member at Northern Arizona University where he teaches courses on nation-building, curriculum development, and Indigenous education

Indigenous Nation-Building Indigenous Education

Dr. Tom Long

Associate Professor, Politics & International Studies · University of Warwick

Tom’s expertise includes US-Latin American relations, Latin American foreign policy, North America, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.

Asymmetrical International Relations Latin American Foreign Policy International Relations Politics U.S.-Latin American Relations

David Barrett, PhD

Professor of Political Science | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

David Barrett, PhD, is a presidential historian and leading expert on the CIA’s relationship with presidents and Congress.

Political Science Presidential Decision Making Lyndon Baines Johnson The Central Intelligence Agency United States Presidents

Brett Frischmann, JD

Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business and Economics | Charles Widger School of Law · Villanova University

Brett Frischmann, JD, is a renowned scholar and expert in intellectual property, surveillance, internet law and net neutrality.

Autonomous Vehicles Net Neutrality Internet Law Infrastructure Information Law

Trenton Davis

Chair and Associate Professor of Public Administration · Georgia Southern University

Trenton Davis' research focuses on leadership and effective human resource management.

Leadership Organization Development and Behavior Public Administration Human Resource Management Local Government Management

Sheila Purcell

Director and Clinical Professor, Center for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: purcells@uchastings.edu / 415-581-8940 / Office 408-100

Alternative Dispute Resolution Alternative Dispute Resolution Policy Dispute System Design International Court Alternative Dispute Resolution

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