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Jess Graham

Research officer, The University of Queensland

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Jess Hardley

Research Assistant in Criminology, The University of Melbourne
Dr Jess Hardley (she/her) is an intersectional feminist, embodiment and mobile media scholar. She holds a PhD in Media and Communication from RMIT University and a joint Research Master’s Degree in Gender Studies from Utrecht University and Central European University. Her research primarily focuses on smartphones, gendered experiences of urban space, and experiences of safety and risk. She has been researching and teaching across Media Studies, Digital Cultures, Internet Studies, Cultural Studies and Gender Studies for over a decade. She currently works as a Research Assistant in Criminology at The University of Melbourne on a project exploring victim-survivor experiences of street harassment.

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Jess Auerbach Jahajeeah

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town
Qualifications:
PhD Stanford Anthropology, MSc Oxford Forced Migration, BSocSci Hons-UCT

Expertise:
Angola, Mauritius, contemporary ethnography, inclusive innovation, higher education

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Jessa Rogers

First Nations Senior Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Jessa Rogers CF GAICD MAIATSIS is a Wiradjuri researcher, educator and board director with over fifteen years of teaching experience in schools and tertiary education. Jessa’s research focuses on Indigenous research methods and methodologies, and Indigenous peoples’ experiences of education.

Jessa holds positions of First Nations Senior Research Fellow, and Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Research (DECRA) Fellow (DE230100140) in the Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC) at QUT. She was the founding principal of Australia’s first boarding school for Indigenous young mothers and babies in Far North Queensland. She has been a Fulbright Scholar (Harvard University), a Churchill Fellow, and was awarded a National NAIDOC Award for her contributions to Indigenous girls’ education. Jessa’s research draws attention to the voices of Indigenous students, with a specific focus on Indigenous boarding school experiences in Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and mainland USA.

Jessa is the Managing Director of Baayi Consulting. She serves on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, St Philip's College (Alice Springs), the Wesley Mission Queensland Board, and the Pearson First Nations Advisory Board. Jessa is a member of the ACCAN Indigenous Advisory Group, and serves on the Aboriginal Australian Studies Journal Editorial Board, among other boards and committees.

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Jesse Boylan

Lecturer and PhD student, RMIT University
Jesse Boylan is an artist and writer living on Dja Dja Wurrung country in Central Victoria. They teach research-based approaches to documentary as a sessional lecturer within the School of Art at RMIT, and they are a PhD candidate researching the role of art in addressing slow climate emergencies and global atmospheric change. They have published several recent essays and articles and worked briefly as a journalist for the Inter Press Service in East Africa and Asia-Pacific, 2009-2010.

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Jesse Burkhardt

Associate Professor of Energy Economics, Colorado State University
Jesse Burkhardt, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University. His research interests include energy economics, air pollution, climate economics and industrial organization.

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Jesse Liu

Research Fellow in Physics, University of Cambridge
Junior Research Fellow in Physics at Trinity College and postdoctoral researcher at Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge.

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Jesse Porter

Research Assistant, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University
Jesse is a Research Assistant at Brock University, soon to start her PhD at the University of Toronto. Her research interests include gender equity and coaching and Safe Sport. Jesse has coached the University of Toronto Women's Lacrosse team for the past 5 years, as well a coaching the National Chinese Women's Lacrosse team and a variety of youth teams.

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Jesse Rhodes

Associate Professor, Political Science, UMass Amherst
My major areas of scholarly interest are social policy, voting rights policy, political parties, and the American presidency. I have published a book on the development of federal education policy - An Education in Politics: The Origin and Development of No Child Left Behind - with Cornell University Press, and am currently writing a book on the development of the Voting Rights Act since 1965. I have also published research on the politics of presidential rhetoric, the evolving relationship between the president and the parties, and the effects of state education reforms on parental attitudes and behavior.

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Jesse Tse

PhD Candidate at Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Melbourne
Jesse is a Research Assistant and PhD Candidate at Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences.

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Jesse Vermaire

Associate Professor, Institute of Environmental Science, Carleton University
Dr. Jesse Vermaire is an Associate Professor with the Institute of Environmental Science and cross-appointed with the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University. His research focuses on the long-term impacts of human activity on our freshwater resources including microplastic pollution of freshwater. His research is supported by grants from NSERC (Discovery, Engage, RTI, Strategic Project) and other federal and provincial programs such as (CFI, ORF, Northern Contaminants Program).

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Jesse J. Fleay

Republic Constitutional Scholar, Federalist, Co-Author of the Uluru Statement, University of Notre Dame Australia
Jesse J. Fleay is a leading Noongar constitutional academic, whose PhD at the University of Notre Dame explores the depth and meaning behind the Uluru Statement from the Heart, effective First Nations concepts of justice, and a model for an Australian republic.

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Jesse Josua Benjamin

Research Associate, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), Lancaster University
I'm a researcher integrating philosophy of technology and design. I make things (often relating to emerging technologies) and try to figure out how these may affect people and their world(s).

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Jessica Boxall

Public Health & Nutrition Research Fellow, University of Southampton
I have recently completed my Master's in Public Health & Nutrition, and now work as a Research Fellow on a global health study investigating the impact of climate change on food security and health in Ghana. Prior to this, I did my Bachelor's (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences.

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Jessica Faul

Research Associate Professor of Epidemiology, University of Michigan
Dr. Faul’s scholarly interests are at the intersection of epidemiology, biodemography, and aging. She is currently collaborating on a grant to identify gene-by-environment interactions and their influence on later life cognitive decline and is co-leading a study to characterize disparities in Alzheimer’s disease risk through analysis of polygenic risk and other epidemiologic factors. She is a co-investigator on the Health and Retirement Study and Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocol and has led the development of a workshop to train social scientists on the use of genomic data.

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Jessica Ford

Early Career Researcher in Television, Gender, Film and Media Studies, UNSW Australia

Jessica Ford is an early career researcher, tutor and casual lecturer at the School of the Arts & Media, UNSW. Jessica is also the Co-Founder of the Sydney Screen Studies Network. She lectures and tutors in film studies, media studies and gender studies and has published essays on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Community and Girls. Her research interests lie in contemporary American postnetwork television and television histories with a focus on gender and feminism.

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Jessica Geraghty

Senior Associate, Grattan Institute
Jessica is a Senior Associate in Grattan Institute’s Health Policy program. She previously worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia in various roles within the Economic Analysis, Payments Policy and Financial Markets departments.

Jessica holds a Master of International Economic Policy from Sciences Po and a Master of Science in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics.

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Jessica Hagen-Zanker

Senior Research Fellow, Overseas Development Institute
Jessica Hagen-Zanker is a Senior Research Fellow leading ODI’s migration research. Her research focuses on migration and development, migration decision-making, the links between migration and social protection, the humanitarian-development nexus as well as the analysis of social protection programmes and policies.

Jessica has designed and delivered numerous household surveys and has extensive mixed methods data collection experience in South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East, as well as expertise in systematic literature reviews. Jessica has advised numerous governments and international organisations and has led policy analysis and contributed to policy dialogue in high-, middle- and low-income countries, including the UK, India, Jordan and Nepal.

Jessica holds a PhD in Public Policy from Maastricht University. She is also a Global Fellow at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO).

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Jessica Harris

Lecturer Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith University
Jess is a proud Darkinjung woman who works as a Research Fellow and lecturer at Griffith University. Jess offers comprehensive experience working with multiple stakeholders within local and State governments and NGOs. She is a behavioural scientist with extensive experience delivering change on several social issues. Her current work focuses on designing, implementing, and evaluating campaigns across various social problems, focusing on health and well-being and environmental contexts. She uses quantitative and qualitative research to co-create, build, and engage with stakeholders. She has led projects to increase breakfast consumption for workplace institutions. She has managed projects for local councils that focus on koala and domestic dog interactions, with the program successfully decreasing koala mortalities by 40% (Leave It). Her work now focuses on health and wellbeing in both the Indigenous and Institutional space.

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Jessica Heim

PhD researcher, University of Southern Queensland
Jessica Heim is currently undertaking PhD studies on light pollution, megaconstellations, and ethics.

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Jessica Hines

Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Whitman College
I am a professor of medieval literature and culture at Whitman College, specializing in the study of religion and gender and sexuality. My public-facing work has been published by Ploughshares, and my academic work has appeared in Exemplaria, the Journal of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, and Religion & Literature, among other venues.

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Jessica Hughes

Senior Lecturer in Classical Studies, The Open University
Jessica Hughes is Senior Lecturer in Classical Studies at The Open University. Her research focuses on the cultural and religious history of the southern Italian region of Campania, especially the area around Vesuvius and the Campi Flegrei. She is interested in how the traces of Greco-Roman antiquity co-exist and intertwine with other elements of local history and geology, particularly the material culture and practices of vernacular Catholicism. In 2024 she has a British Academy/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship - during this year, she is writing a book about the Catholic Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary in the modern town of Pompeii, and its evolving relationship with the neighbouring archaeological excavations.

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Jessica Jones-Smith

Associate Professor of Health Systems and Population Health, Epidemiology, University of Washington
Dr. Jessica Jones-Smith investigates socioeconomic causes and correlates of obesity risk in both high- and low/middle-income countries. Past and current research pertains to income- and ethnicity-based health disparities in obesity; early life risk factors for obesity; and the nutrition transition and increasing obesity prevalence in low- and middle-income countries.

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Jessica Kean

Lecturer in Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
I am lecturer in Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney, specialising in gender, sexuality and intimacy. In my work with the Boys Studies research group I explore the relationship between boys and feminism (learn more at https://boysresearch.org/)

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Jessica Knapp

Lecturer in Ecology, Trinity College Dublin
Jessica Knapp is an ecologist interested in how our landscapes can best support biodiversity and ecosystem functions, particularly pollinators and pollination services.
Knapp completed her DPhil with Juliet Osborne at the University of Exeter before moving to Lund University, Sweden, where she worked as a Researcher. Now, at Trinity College in Dublin, Knapp works as an assistant professor in Ecology.
Impact-driven, Knapp enjoys transdisciplinary research, where her projects combine ecological and social sciences to understand the drivers and mitigators of biodiversity decline.

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Jessica Kruk

Lecturer in Indonesian Studies and Linguistics, The University of Western Australia
Jess Kruk completed a PhD in Linguistics in 2015 and is currently working as a lecturer in Indonesian Studies and Linguistics at UWA, research focuses on identifying and addressing the exclusion of marginalised people from social, economic, and cultural life in the Asia Pacific. Her current projects include an investigation of the languages and identities of ethnic Chinese minorities in Indonesia, an exploration of how extreme metal musicians in the Asia Pacific write 'metal' lyrics using non-English languages, reimagining, and reinvigorating Indonesian language teaching and enhancing language communication to fight prejudice in the general public.

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Jessica Lasky-Fink

Research Director of the People Lab, Harvard Kennedy School
Jessica Lasky-Fink is a Research Director of The People Lab. Much of her research focuses on using insights from behavioral science to improve the delivery of government services and programs, with a particular focus on the social safety net. Jessica holds a MA in International Economics and Development from Johns Hopkins SAIS, a BA in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego, and is currently a PhD Candidate in Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Jessica Mannette

Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, Saint Mary’s University
Jessica is an Anthropologist and has worked with non-profit service organizations serving community members experiencing food insecurity in New Zealand, and people living with HIV in Nova Scotia. She has also collaborated on work surrounding testing for sexually-transmitted and blood-born infections in Atlantic Canada. She is currently a Research Assistant at Saint Mary's University, and a Project Manager at the Canadian Center for Vaccinology; a collaboration of IWK Health, Nova Scotia Health Authority, and Dalhousie University, in Kjipuktuk (Halifax), Miꞌkmaꞌki (Nova Scotia).

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Jessica Mee

Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science, University of Worcester
Jessica is a Lecturer and Applied Sport Scientist who has research interests aligned to optimising athlete and occupational workers for competing and working in hot climates using novel, sustainable, accessible and effective strategies. She has a particular interest in understanding the additional challenges female endurance athletes may face associated with hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle. Jessica is a British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) accredited Sport Scientist has a range of experiences working with and preparing national and international level athletes for competition.

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Jessica Ray

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
Dr. Jessica Ray (she/her) is the Robert O. and Irene V. Sylvester Family endowed assistant professor in Water Resources within the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington.

Ray joined the University of Washington in January 2019. Previously, Ray was a Miller Institute Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley investigating low-cost engineered adsorbents for removal of trace contaminants in urban stormwater. This research was part of the NSF Reinventing the Nation's Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt) engineering research center at Berkeley.

Dr. Ray received her B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2009. Upon graduation, Ray remained at Washington University in St. Louis to obtain a M.S. degree (2010, funded by the NSF GK-12 Graduate Research Fellowship) and a Ph.D. in Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering (2015, funded by the EPA Students to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowship).

During her Ph.D., Ray employed surface chemistry techniques to investigate interfacial reactions of nanomaterials in water. At the University of Washington, Ray's research program utilizes a multidisciplinary platform that bridges materials science, and environmental and surface chemistry to increase urban water supply sustainability.

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Jessica Robichaud

PhD Student, Aquatic ecology, Carleton University
Jessica Robichaud is a graduate student at Carleton University. She completed her Master's degree studying the overwintering ecology of freshwater turtles in 2022, and is now pursing her PhD studying marine fish ecology in the Caribbean.

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Jessica Shipman

Senior lecturer, Flinders University
Jessica Shipman is a health sociologist from the UK with experience of research, teaching and advocacy in gender, health, and affirmative practice. Jessica’s main interests are gender, sexual health, families and relationships, and young people’s access to care and care transitions.

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Jessica Shuker

Initial Teacher Education Lecturer , University of Canterbury
ITE Lecturer, University of Canterbury

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Jessica Terruhn

Senior Research Fellow, University of Waikato
I am a sociologist with a research interest in racism and settler colonialism, especially at their intersections with housing and urban inequality and diversity. Over the past decade I have worked as a lead researcher on several multi-year research programmes. I am currently Senior Research Fellow on the WERO Working to End Racial Oppression research team.

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Jessica Trounstine

Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University
Jessica Trounstine earned her Ph.D. in Political Science from UC San Diego in 2004 and is a Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt University.

She previously served as the Foundation Board of Trustees Presidential Chair of Political Science at UC Merced and as assistant professor of politics and policy at Princeton University. She is the author of two award winning books, Segregation by Design: Local Politics and Inequality in American Cities (Cambridge University Press) and Political Monopolies in American Cities: The Rise and Fall of Bosses and Reformers (University of Chicago Press), and numerous articles and book chapters.

Professor Trounstine's work studies the process and quality of representation in American democracy. She is focused on the ways in which formal and informal local political institutions generate inequalities. Professor Trounstine's scholarship is mixed-method; reliant on historical analysis, case studies, experiments, and large-n quantitative analyses. She has served as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Justice, city governments, and various community organizations; and serves on numerous editorial and foundation boards.

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