Catherine E. Hundleby

Associate Professor of Philosophy · University of Windsor

Feminist philosopher of argumentation and knowledge

Philosophy Critical Thinking Argumentation Scientific Knowledge Feminism

Judith Smetana

Professor of Psychology · University of Rochester

Smetana is an expert on adolescent-parent relationships, moral reasoning, and development in cultural contexts.

Teens and Self-Esteem Cultural Contexts Children's Moral and Social Reasoning Adolescent-Parent Relationships Parenting Beliefs

Michelle D. Miranda

Associate Professor, Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology · Farmingdale State College

Dr. Michelle Miranda teaches Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology. She has worked as a Criminalist with the NYC Police Dept.

Forensic Sciences Tattoos and Tattoo Inks Gunshot Residue and Shooting Reconstruction Microscopy Spectroscopic Techniques

Selmer Bringsjord

Director, Rensselaer AI & Reasoning Lab; Professor, Cognitive Science and Computer Science · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Expert in logic and philosophy, specializing in AI and reasoning

Artifical Intelligence Philosophical Foundations of AI Computational Economics AI Systems Formal Logic

Vincent Coletta

Professor of Physics · Loyola Marymount University

Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Physics Theoretical Physics Higher Education Teaching Physics Education Research

Orla Smyth LoPiccolo, M. Arch., P.Dip. (CM), CPHD, Architect

Associate Professor, Architecture and Construction Management · Farmingdale State College

Professor Orla Smyth LoPiccolo has over 10 years of public sector experience as an architect and a Community Development Project Supervisor.

Architectural Design Fundamentals Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Systems Materials and Methods of Construction Construction Design Site Design and Construction

Robert (Bob) Mayes

Professor · Georgia Southern University

Dr. Robert Mayes's research is focused on quantitative reasoning in STEM, and teaching mathematical modeling and problem solving .

Mathematical Modeling Development of STEM Education Programs STEM Education and Learning Quantitative Reasoning in STEM Interdisciplinary STEM

Robbie Nakatsu, Ph.D.

Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University

Crowdsourcing Information Technology Management Data Science Data Management Machine Learning

Kris Phillips

Assistant Professor of Philosophy · Southern Utah University

Specializing in epistemology, metaphysics, individual variation, and the philosophy of religion, mind, dance, and education

Pre-College Philosophy History of Modern Philosophy Logic Individual Variation Philosophy of Mind

Christopher Kaczor

Professor of Philosophy and Director, Ethics Program · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Bioethics Ethics Positive Psychology & Spirituality Catholic Church

Thomas Dietz

University Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Environmental Science and Policy (ESPP) · Michigan State University

Expert in climate change, human driving forces of environmental change, environmental values, environmental decision making

Ecology Environmental Policy Human driving forces of environmental change Climate Change

Lera Boroditsky

Associate Professor of Cognitive Science · UC San Diego

Lera Boroditsky's research focuses on the relationships between mind, world and language.

Linguistic Relativity Cognitive Psychology Linguistics Language and Cognition Cultural & Linguistic Diversity

Elsie Duff, NP, BScN, MEd, PhD

Faculty, School of Nursing, Collaborative Nurse Practitioner Program · Saskatchewan Polytechnic | Regina Campus

Advocates for nurses as a first point of access to healthcare.

Nurse practitioners Nurse Education Nursing Nurse Leadership Adult Education

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

Marina Krcmar

Professor of Communication · Wake Forest University

Krcmar is a leading expert on the effects of video games and television on children and adolescents.

Video Game Violence Effects of Video Game Violence on Children Video Game Violence Legislation Children and Television Baby Einstein

Laura Kray

Professor | The Ned and Carol Spieker Chair in Leadership | Faculty Director, Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Leading expert on gender in the workplace

Gender Bias Motivated Cognition Mindsets Groups and Teams Ethics and Morality

Prof. Chris Nugent

Professor of Biomedical Engineering · University of Ulster

Chris received a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Systems and DPhil in Biomedical Engineering both from the University of Ulster

Development and Evaluation Technologies Assisted Living Re-enablement Technology Adoption Modelling Health Innovation

E.J. Masicampo

Associate Professor of Psychology · Wake Forest University

Masicampo’s research focuses on willpower, goal setting, and the psychology behind resisting temptation.

Self-Control Willpower Goal Setting Plan Making Consciousess

Alison Carson, Ph.D.

Associate Provost for Academic Innovation and Design Thinking · Manhattanville College

Alison Carson is interested in the process of culture change and culture learning, particularly acculturation and immigration.

Immigration and Acculturation Communities of Practice and Situated Learning Cultural Psychology Culture Learning

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