Tag politics, government, public policy
Director, Center for Patient Partnerships; Distinguished Clinical Professor, Law School
Expert on issues related to consumer health advocacy, health care policy advocacy and interdisciplinary health care education.
Associate director, Global Health Institute, Director, 4W Initiative, Distinguised Faculty Associate, SOHE
Global health expert focusing on women, children and highly vulnerable populations. Works to improve quality of health and social services from a human rights perspective.
Assistant Professor, Social Work, Asian American Studies
Expert on social movements, race and ethnicity, immigrants and refugees, English Learners, American political institutions, Hmong Americans
Professor, School of Social Work
Expert on the economic resources, sociodemographic characteristics, and public policies affecting parental behaviors and child and family well-being
Senior Marketing Manager, WIDA at WCER in the School of Education
Expert on strategic communications, national conferences, public relations, marketing, and military radio and TV broadcasting.
Senior associate, COWS; Managing director, Mayors Innovation Project
I work with local government to implement innovative policy that promotes the high road of sustainability, equity and democracy.
Assistant professor, law
Expert on administrative law, state and local government law, executive power, federalism, and the U.S. Supreme Court
Booth Fowler Associate Professor, political science
Expert on Congress, money in politics, and political parties.
Asst. professor, Educational Policy Studies; affiliate, Gender & Women's Studies/Latin American, Caribbean, Iberian
Expert on gender equity and feminism and on philanthropy and corporate social responsibility in the fields of education and international development
Assistant Professor, Civil Society & Community Studies
Expert on school lunch workers, history of the U.S. National School Lunch Program, farm-to-school programs, and food work as a form of care work.
Strategist, Information Technology
Subject matter expert on information technology, cybersecurity, and cyber issues; Army Cyber Operations Officer and intelligence professional; former Navy Information Warfare Officer
Professor, marketing; Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr. Chair in Marketing Research
Expert on branding, consumer behavior, advertising, social class and consumption, and institutional responses by marketers to social disruption such as wars, recessions, oil spills,
Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Former journalist, current professor of global media ethics. Focuses on the safety of journalists in the field.
Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; Associate Director, Wisconsin National Primate Research Center
Study the interplay of genetics, immunology, and viral pathogenesis. Focus on HIV/AIDS and novel viral pathogen emergence in human populations.
Journalism and Mass Communication, Sociology (affiliated)
Lew Friedland studies the role of civil society in democracy and how our social relations and cleavages affect our politics.
Assistant professor, Civil Society and Community Studies, School of Human Ecology; affiliate faculty, Urban and Regional
Expert on community based planning, urban development, governance, and cultural spaces in working class communities
Juli Plant Grainger Professor of Economics
Expert on macroeconomics, monetary policy, tax policy, and the Wisconsin economy. Can comment on national and state-level economic policy.
Assistant Professor of Law
Expert on the Supreme Court, the federal judicial system, and political/election law (including voting rights and campaign finance)
Lee Rainwater Distinguished Professor of Public Affairs and Economics, Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
Expert on social and economic mobility across generations; inequality of income, consumption and wealth; and poverty in national and cross-national contexts.
Asistant Professor, Planning & Landscape Architecture; Extension Specialist, Local Government Center
Expert on local government fiscal stress, local government revenues, local government services, and community wellbeing
Assistant Professor of English
I study the relationship between popular culture and radical social movements.
UW-Madison Office of Cybersecurity
Expert on Cybersecurity education, training, awareness, and policy
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Botany
Specialist in the anatomy and function of wood, forensic wood science, and forensic botany
Director, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Vilas Research Professor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, and Director, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, University of Wisconsin – Madison.
A. W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Research in the Humanities
Expert on the past and present of space technology and space junk, history of gender and technology, planetary analogs
Clinical Professor; Director, Post Graduate Psychiatry Program
Psychiatric advanced practice registered nurse; frequent state and national policy advisor on opioids, nursing scope of practice, and access to mental healthcare
Assistant professor, Public Affairs and Agricultural and Applied Economics
Expert on development economics, with a focus on agricultural technology adoption, social networks, political economy, and the role of beliefs and learning in shaping decision-making.
Director, UniverCity Alliance
Expert about university/community partnerships, with an emphasis on K-12 schools, including place-based anchor institution partnership development and how to assess their impact
Public health nurse with expertise in the health effects of climate change, climate justice, public health, public health nursing, health impact assessment, community engagement,
Conference Programming Chair & Faculty Associate: Learning Design, Development, & Innovation
An internationally-recognized speaker and author on quality in technology-enhanced education, especially copyright, evaluation of teaching practice, academic integrity, and accessibility/universal design for learning.
Associate Director, Center for East Asian Studies
Expert on U.S.-Korean relations, U.S.-East Asian relations, and American foreign policy
Postdoctoral Fellow in History
Expert on U.S.-Israel relations, American evangelicalism, and U.S. foreign policy.
Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH) Group Director
Paula’s areas of research and practice focus on topics of health equity and health equity capacity building, collective community action, power building, and health in
PhD Candidate, Sociology, Center for Demography and Ecology
Expert on the Demographic Consequences of U.S. Manufacturing Decline
Assistant Professor and John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Chair, Department of History
Expert on housing segregation, cities, suburbs, and race in the U.S.
Assistant Professor, Gender and Women's Studies and Asian American Studies
Expert on LGBTQ and Asian American politics and cultural production.
Associate Professor of urban planning, Dept. of Planning and Landscape Architecture
I study housing policy, affordable housing, local government finance, and land use.
Assistant Professor, Population Health Sciences
How public policies can improve outcomes for vulnerable patients, including impacts on insurance coverage and incidence, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic conditions.
Foley & Lardner-Bascom Professor of Law
Expert on U.S. Constitutional Law and history, and the constitutional implications of American politics; procedural and evidence law