Soil carbon; tropical forests; workplace climate; sexual harassment; bullying; diversity, equity and inclusion
Civil Society and Community Studies
Expert on P-12 Indigenous Education policy and practice, world language immersion education, Indigenous environmental stewardship, and Ojibwe/Potawatomi languages and culture.
Senior Farm to Institution Outreach Specialist, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems
Expert on linking local and regional foods with the cafeteria setting
Professor, Department of Labor Education
Expert specializing in labor unions, production standards, and labor/management relations in union environments.
Senior Research Associate; Wisconsin's Equity & Inclusion Laboratory
Expert on language and literacy development for students with dyslexia in special education, and the intersection of race, dyslexia and giftedness.
Director of WIDA Early Years
Expert in family engagement, language development, multicultural education, and professional learning.
Director, Grainger Engineering Design Innovation Lab
Professor, Counseling Psychology
Vocational psychologist and licensed health service psychologist with expertise in social class, career development, unemployment, and mental health treatment
Faculty, Emergency Medicine; Associate Director - UW Madison Global Health Institute
Works in the fields of global emergency care and global emergency health systems, with a focus on post-graduate medical education programs.
Expert on educational policy, racism & inequality in education, school district policy making and implementation, socio-political and economic contexts of public schools
Assistant Professor, Law School; Associate Director, East Asian Legal Studies Center
Expert on free speech implications of cancel-culture; police-community dialogues and legitimacy; self-governance implications of policing practices in poor communities; constitutional implications of a minority-majority society
Postdoctoral research associate, Center for Helthy Minds
Positive teacher and student development.
Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
Dr. Jung is a Learning Scientist focused on developing learner-centered training environments and studying how perceptions of the environment influence learning trajectories in medical education.