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Shireen Hassim

Canada150 Research Chair in Gender and African Politics and Visiting Professor, WiSER Wits University, Carleton University
Professor Shireen Hassim is a Canada150 Research Chair in Gender and African Politics, Carleton University and Visiting Professor, WiSER Wits University.
She has written and edited several books, including No Shortcuts to Power: African Women in Politics and Policy Making (Zed Books, 2003) and Go Home or Die Here: Violence, Xenophobia, and the Reinvention of Difference in South Africa (Wits University Press, 2008) and The ANC Women’s League (Ohio University Press, 2014). Her book Women’s Organizations and Democracy in South Africa: Contesting Authority (University of Wisconsin Press, 2006) won the Victoria Shuck Award from the American Political Science Association. Her most recent book is

Hassim obtained her PhD from York University (Canada). She is a member of the Academy of Science of South Africa and an elected member of its ASSAf Council.

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Shireen Kanji

Professor of Work and Organisation, Brunel University London
Shireen joined Brunel University London in September 2019. She was previously Reader in Work and Organisation at the University of Birmingham, Senior Lecturer at the School of Management at the University of Leicester and the University of Basel in Switzerland. She had worked for seven years as a Lecturer and Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology at the University of Cambridge. She obtained a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics, an MSc in Development Economics from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Social Policy from the London School of Economics. Prior to working in academia, Shireen had a career in international finance.

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Shireen Sindi

Associate Professor, Center for Alzheimer Research, Karolinska Institutet
Shireen Sindi, PhD is Associate Professor (Docent) at Karolinska Institute, Center for Alzheimer Research, Division of Clinical Geriatrics, Department of Neurobiology Care Sciences and Society, Sweden. She investigates the intricate relationships between sleep disturbances, stress, and sex differences across the spectrum from normal aging to Alzheimer’s disease. She also examines multi-system biological mechanisms contributing to cognitive decline and dementia risk factors and explores the impacts of multidomain lifestyle interventions encompassing diet, exercise, cognitive training, and vascular/metabolic risk management on cognition and sleep including underlying mechanisms such as telomere length and the gut microbiome. In addition to research, she is actively involved in supervising and mentoring students and postdocs at various levels at several institutes (Karolinska Institute, Imperial College London, Stockholm University, University of Eastern Finland), and takes on various leadership roles, such as Chair for Junior Faculty and Chair for National Junior Faculty, Leader of the Sex and Gender Work Group at the Center for Alzheimer Research, and Leader of the International Work Group on Sex and Gender for World Wide FINGERS

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Shirin Dora

Lecturer, Computer Science, Loughborough University
Shirin Dora is currently a Lecturer in Computer Science in the Department of Computer Science at Loughborough University. He completed his PhD from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore on the topic of developing biologically plausible learning approaches for spiking neural networks. During his PhD, he developed a keen interest in the mechanisms of perception and cognition in the brain.

This led him to pursue a post-doctoral research in computational neuroscience at the cognitive and systems neuroscience group at the University of Amsterdam. In his postdoctoral research, he collaborated with experimentalists in building deep biologically plausible models of perception and multisensory integration in the brain. From October, 2019 to September, 2021, he was a Lecturer of Data Analytics in the Intelligent Systems Research Centre at Ulster University in United Kingdom.

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Shirin Malekpour

Associate Professor in Sustainable Development Governance, Monash University
Shirin Malekpour is a social scientist with expertise in strategic planning and governance for sustainable development. She has been Chief Investigator in multiple transdisciplinary research projects focusing on infrastructure planning, transformative adaptation, futures thinking, scenario planning under deep uncertainty, collaborative governance and localising the SDGs.

In 2020, Shirin was appointed by the UN Secretary-General to a scientific advisory role and as one of the 15 members of the Independent Group of Scientists tasked with writing the 2023 Global Sustainable Development Report. In 2018, she was recognised as one of the top 25 young scientists in the world in the field of sustainable development and received the international Green Talents award.

She is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of City Climate Policy and Economy – flagship publication of the C40 initiative. She also co-leads a working group on sub-national SDG implementation in the Earth Systems Governance Network. Shirin has an interdisciplinary background and has previously worked as a civil engineer in large urban water infrastructure projects in Africa and the Middle East.

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Shirli Kopelman

Professor of Management & Organizations, University of Michigan
Shirli Kopelman is a negotiation researcher and educator at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Kopelman has been featured in media outlets such as Businessweek, Fortune, and Harvard Business Review and honored with outstanding teaching and prestigious research awards for work published in distinguished academic journals.

Kopelman’s framework, introduced in the book Negotiating Genuinely: Being Yourself in Business, enables drawing on personal strengths to be simultaneously collaborative and assertive, lead with emotions, enhance creativity, and align with one’s moral compass to achieve goals and maximize economic profits in an environmentally sustainable way, while fostering well-being.

Kopelman holds a PhD in Management and Organizations and an MS in Organization Behavior from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, is Past President of the International Association for Conflict Management, and former Faculty Director of Research and Practice at the Center for Positive Organizations.

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Shital Thekdi

Associate Professor of Analytics and Operations, University of Richmond
Shital Thekdi is an Associate Professor of Analytics & Operations in the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond. She has earned a Ph.D. in Systems & Information Engineering at the University of Virginia; and has earned an M.S.E. and B.S.E. in Industrial & Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan. She teaches courses in analytics and decision-making. Her research focuses on risk analysis and management in operations.

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Shoba Ittyipe

Associate Professor, Mathematics & Computing, Mount Royal University
Shoba Ittyipe is an associate professor at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta. Her expertise lies in developing innovative techniques to extract meaningful insights from complex datasets. Her work also extends beyond traditional data analysis to foster inclusive environments and advance equity in the computing field, addressing barriers and promoting diversity in the field of computing.

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Shobita Parthasarathy

My research focuses on the comparative politics of emerging science and technology, particularly genetics and biotechnology. My first book, Building Genetic Medicine: Breast Cancer, Technology, and the Comparative Politics of Health Care (MIT Press, 2007). Its findings influenced the 2013 US Supreme Court case focused on the patentability of human genes. I am a faculty affiliate of UM's Science, Technology, and Society Program.

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Shola Adenekan

Associate Professor of African Literature, Ghent University
I am the author of the book African Literature in the Digital Age and the principal investigator for YorubaPrint – a Starting Grant project funded by the European Research Council. I am currently an associate professor of African literature at the Faculty of Art & Philosophy, Ghent University. I am attached to the Department of Language and Culture, within the African Studies group.

I was previously an assistant professor of literary and cultural analysis at the University of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. I also recently held a diaspora fellowship at the English Department, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana, which was funded by Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (Codesria). I have a PhD in African studies from the University of Birmingham, UK (2012), and after my PhD, I worked at the University of Leeds (UK), University of Bayreuth (Germany) and University of Bremen (Germany).

Back in 2001, I trained as a journalist at the University of Westminster, London, UK, after which I had various stints as a journalist with BBC News Online, the Christian Science Monitor (USA), The Guardian (UK), The Independent (UK), and a few other news media outfits. I am also currently the publishing editor of an online magazine – The New Black magazine.

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Shona Bettany

Professor of Marketing, School of Business, Education and Law, University of Huddersfield
I am a Professor of Marketing with 20+ years experience of marketing teaching, research and enterprise. I have published and presented internationally over that time on consumer research and consumer trends but my research skills are transferable across a range of contexts and questions that require an in-depth qualitative answer. I am a consumer ethnographer, focussing on consumer culture in all its guises but more specifically on material-semiotic approaches to consumption. These approaches have illuminated such topics as gender and sexuality, consumer resilience, contemporary family consumption and animal-human relations. I have completed funded research projects for ESRC, Leverhulme, and Innovate UK. My publications can be read in Sociology, European Journal of Marketing, Gender, Work and Organisation, Marketing Letters, Journal of Business Research, Marketing Theory, Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, Consumption, Markets and Culture, Advances in Consumer Research, and Journal of Marketing Management.

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Shona Murray

PhD candidate, The University of Western Australia
Shona Murray is a marine ecologist and PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia. Her research focuses on investigating the spatial ecology of sharks with the ultimate aim of informing more effective management practices.

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Shontavia Johnson

Shontavia Johnson joined the Drake University Law School faculty in 2010 and was named the Kern Family Chair in Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Intellectual Property Law Center in 2016. She teaches Introduction to Intellectual Property, Trademark and Unfair Competition Law, Internet Law, Entertainment Law, and Property Law. Named one of the Top 40 Young Lawyers in the US by the American Bar Association, Shontavia was recently placed on the prestigious Fulbright Specialist roster and named a 2016 A. Leon Higginbotham Fellow by the American Arbitration Association.

Shontavia’s research focuses on intellectual property law, entrepreneurship, and innovation, and includes such topics as the protectability and reach of unregistered trademarks used on the Internet, the impact of the America Invents Act on startups and entrepreneurs, the role of the Thirteenth Amendment when permanent tattoos embody commercial trademarks, and viral meme trademarks. Her publications have appeared in the Berkeley Technology Law Review, the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, and the Arkansas Law Review. Shontavia has taught intellectual property law to students in the U.S. and abroad and served as a consultant to both startups and large corporations.

In 2014, Shontavia’s article, Trademark Territoriality in Cyberspace: An Internet Framework for Common Law Trademarks, was awarded the International Trademark Association Ladas Memorial Award, a competition that identifies the best article in the world on a trademark law topic. That same year, her article, Memetic Theory, Trademarks & the Viral Meme Mark, won third place in the competition. Shontavia has received the Iowa Organization of Women Attorneys Gertrude Rush Award, the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics Outstanding Alumnus Award, and the Jackie Robinson Foundation 42 Under 40 Alumni Award. In 2013, Shontavia was also named one of 40 Lawyers Under 40 by the National Bar Association and IMPACT.

Shontavia is also the founder and managing attorney of Jackson Johnson LLC, a boutique law firm serving entrepreneurs and entertainers. She frequently counsels clients in all areas of intellectual property law and consults with clients on entrepreneurial growth and development. She is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and a licensed mediator and arbitrator.

Shontavia received a B.S. in Biosystems Engineering from Clemson University, where she was a Palmetto Fellows Scholar, Coca-Cola Clemson Scholar, and a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholar. She received her J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law, where she was associate editor of the Arkansas Law Review and a member of the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court team. While in law school, she was named a Vincent W. Foster Scholar, Jim G. Ferguson Scholar, and Harold Flowers Law Society Scholar, and she also served as a judicial extern to Judge Jimm Larry Hendren of the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas. Shontavia also studied international law and comparative constitutional law at the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Shoohb Alassadi

Casual academic, University of Sydney
As a Bachelor of Pharmacy graduate, I explored various roles, including working as a Public Health Officer. Alongside my pharmacy background, I gained valuable insights into health systems and policy. Presently, I'm a postgraduate research student at the University of Sydney, while also undertaking roles as a Casual Academic; lab demonstrator, and tutor for the Pharmaceutical Science units of study.

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Shreyas Sen

Elmore Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
Shreyas Sen is Elmore Chair Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering in Purdue University and the Founder and CTO of Ixana. His current research interests span mixed-signal circuits/systems and electromagnetics for the Internet of Bodies (IoB) and Hardware Security. He has authored/co-authored 3 book chapters, over 200 journal and conference paper and has 20 patents granted/pending. Dr. Sen serves as the Director of the Center for Internet of Bodies (C-IoB) at Purdue. His work has been covered by 250+ news releases worldwide, invited appearance on TEDx Indianapolis, multiple Television shows (CNBC, NASDAQ live) and podcasts. Dr. Sen is a recipient of the 2018 MIT TR35 India Award, 2022 Georgia Tech 40 Under 40 Award, NSF CAREER Award 2020, AFOSR Young Investigator Award 2016, NSF CISE CRII Award 2017, Intel Outstanding Researcher Award 2020, Google Faculty Research Award 2017, Purdue CoE Early Career Research Award 2021, Intel Labs Quality Award 2012 for industrywide impact on USB-C type, Intel Ph.D. Fellowship 2010, IEEE Microwave Fellowship 2008, GSRC Margarida Jacome Best Research Award 2007, and nine best paper awards including IEEE CICC 2019, 2021 and in IEEE HOST 2017-2020, for four consecutive years. Dr. Sen's work was chosen as one of the top-10 papers in the Hardware Security field (TopPicks 2019). He serves/has served as an Associate Editor for IEEE Solid States Circuits Letters (SSC-L), Nature Scientific Reports, Frontiers in Electronics, IEEE Design & Test, and TPC member of ISSCC, CICC, CCS, DAC, IMS, DATE, ISLPED, ICCAD, among others. Dr. Sen is a Senior Member of IEEE.

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Shu Zhang

Research Fellow in Nutritional Epidemiology, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology
For the past 9 years, I've worked as a nutritional epidemiologist specializing in aging-related research. A major focus of my work has been studying how nutrition can help prevent diseases like dementia and frailty that severely diminish quality of life for older adults. While I examine the nutritional benefits of specific foods, I'm also very interested in understanding the overall health impacts of entire dietary patterns.

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Shubham Mishra

PhD dandidate, faculty of geo-information science and earth observation, University of Twente
I am an urban planner trained at the International Institute of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC, now part of University of Twente), the Netherlands and School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), Delhi. I also hold a Master’s degree in Geography from the University of Delhi. My interest lies in exploring landscapes – both built and natural – to link the present to the past. Most recently, it has translated into GIS mapping and designing of a tree database around the Humayun’s Tomb Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site for Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) in New Delhi. In the past, he has provided planning/GIS support to Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the World Bank, and NGOs such Centre for Urban and Regional Excellence (CURE) and Forum for Organized Resource Conservation and Enhancement (FORCE) on issues centered on sustainable urban habitat. He plans to delve deeper into the use of digital technologies to visually depict the varied narratives that have and continue to make the urban.

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Shukla Poddar

Senior Research Fellow, School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering, UNSW Sydney
Shukla is a post-doctoral research fellow and will be working on an ARENA project of advanced O&M modelling. Her research focuses on understanding the implications of extreme weather events on energy generation, exploring synergy between wind and solar technology, modelling future PV module degradation rates.

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Shukri F. Mohamed

Associate Research Scientist, African Population and Health Research Center
Dr Shukri Mohamed is a public health specialist with experience in global health epidemiology. She has over 15 years’ experience in research, project planning and management, and has four years of clinical pharmacy practice experience. She also has strong skills in proposal writing, project management, project implementation, data quality assurance, data analysis and scientific writing. Dr Mohamed has authored over 65 peer reviewed publications. She attained PhD from the University of Warwick, a Masters in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the University Of Maryland School Of Pharmacy. Her areas of interest include include non-communicable disease prevention and control with an emphasis on cardiovascular disease, health systems research and translating research to policy and action. Dr Mohamed has served on a number of expert/technical working group such as the technical working group on non-communicable diseases prevention policies and the Kenya Cancer Research track group. Dr. Mohamed also successfully coordinated the first ever special issue on data from WHO STEPS survey for Kenya.

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Shuo Gao

PhD Candidate, Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science, University of Oxford
I am a post-growth economist broadly focused on themes of ecological compensation, no net loss/net gain, environmental and conservation psychology, social justice, and human well-being. I am particularly interested in (i) improving the effectiveness of incentive-based conservation instruments such as payment for ecosystem services and biodiversity offsetting, (ii) developing conservation strategies that can lead to the desired outcomes from both nature and people perspectives, and (iii) understanding the socio-psychological mechanisms behind human attitude and behaviour towards the environment.

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Shurlee Swain

Professor of Humanities, Australian Catholic University
Shurlee Swain is a social historian who has researched extensively in areas relating to treatment of women and children in the past.

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Shuye Yu

Research scientist, University of Oxford
Shuye Yu joined the Health Economic Research Centre at the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, as a researcher in 2023. Shuye is currently working on several projects aiming to conduct economic evaluations on different interventions for child anxiety.

Before starting at HERC, Shuye worked as a lecturer at the University of Groningen, where he also received his PhD degree in Economics. His PhD research focused on the health impacts of flexible working arrangements. Shuye obtained his MSc in Economics at UCL and MSc in Health Economics at the University of York.

Shuye’s research interests lie in applied microeconomics with a focus on health, labour, population and household topics.

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Sian Beynon-jones

Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of York
Siân Beynon-Jones is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology. She discovered sociology via an undergraduate degree in Molecular Genetics, during which she became frustrated with conversations that positioned proteins as the sole agents of social change. After graduating in 2003, she undertook a taught MSc in Science and Technology studies at the University of Edinburgh, which allowed her to pursue her interest in the sociology of scientific and medical knowledge-making. Following this degree she was awarded an ESRC PhD studentship at Edinburgh (2005-2009). Her doctoral research explored how expertise is constructed by Scottish health professionals who are involved in abortion provision, and considered the implications of this for women who seek to end their pregnancies.

Career
Siân first joined the department in 2009 as a Research Fellow, working with Nik Brown on an EU FP7 project concerning the dynamics of policy-making about xenotransplantation. In 2011 she was awarded a three year Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship at York to develop her research around experiences with abortion provision, focussing in particular on the meaning(s) of ‘time’ and ‘timing’ in this context. Siân took up a permanent post in the department in 2014 as an Anniversary Research Lecturer and has continued to explore temporality, law and reproduction through a range of funded research projects.

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Sian Moore

Sian Moore is Professor in Employment Relations and Human Resource Management and Director of the Centre for Research on Work and Employment (CREW) at the University of Greenwich. She is co-Editor in Chief of Work in the Global Economy published by Bristol University Press and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. Her work focusses upon gender and class.

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Sian Waters

Honorary Research Fellow, Durham University
I am a conservation social scientist with a focus on human-primate interactions.

I am also the Vice Chair of IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group Section for Human-Primate Interactions & Director of Barbary Macaque Awareness & Conservation.

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Siavash Farazmand

PhD student, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering, Concordia University
I'm a PhD student specializing in recommendation systems and their pivotal role within on-demand transit systems, particularly in suburban regions.

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Sibel Oktay

Assistant Professor of Political Science and Global Studies, University of Illinois at Springfield

Sibel Oktay's research focuses on the foreign policy decision-making and behavior of coalition governments, primarily in Europe. Other research interests include political leadership and voting behavior within the context of democratic foreign policy, as well as Turkish-EU relations. Her work employs qualitative and quantitative methodologies, particularly comparative case studies, events data and content analysis. Oktay received her Ph.D. and M.A. in Political Science from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. She also holds an M.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Social and Political Sciences from Sabanci University in Istanbul, Turkey. She was a visiting pre-doctoral fellow at Northwestern University’s Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies between 2012 and 2014. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Journal of European Public Policy and European Political Science. She is the 2013 winner of the Foreign Policy Analysis Section’s Alexander George Award and has been serving for the section as an officer-at-large since 2015.

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Sibonokuhle Ndlovu

Lecturer, University of Johannesburg
I hold a PhD in inclusive education, and my research focus is disability and gender. I am a lecturer at the University of Johannesburg, at Ali Mazrui Centre of higher education.

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Sibulelo Qhogwana

Senior lecturer, University of Johannesburg
Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, particularly interested in social justice, minorities, and corrections.

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Sibusiso Zuma

Researcher, University of South Africa
Doctor of Literature and Philosophy in Health Studies. Senior Lecturer in Health Services Management previously worked in public health services as a Chief Director Clinical Support Services and Technical Advisor for Primary Health Care to South African Government. Research Area is Health System Strengthening and Quality of Care.

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Siddhant Pusdekar

Graduate Researcher in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota
I have a Masters in Neuroscience from King's College London, 2 years of research experience at the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, and have been pursuing a PhD in Ecology from the University of Minnesota since 2018. Here, I have worked with my advisor Paloma Gonzalez-Bellido on several projects centered on visually driven hunting behavior in invertebrates

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Sidney Shapiro

Frank U. Fletcher Chair in Law, Wake Forest University
I've written ten books, contributed chapters to sixteen additional books, authored or co-authored over fifty-five articles. I am also the Vice-President and founding member of the Center for Progressive Reform (CPR), a nonprofit research and advocacy organization,Before coming to Wake Forest, I taught at the University of Kansas where I was a distinguished professor. I have also been a distinguished visitor at Oxford University, University of Padua, the law schools at the University of Texas and the University of North Carolina, and the School for Policy and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), University of Indiana, Bloomington.

My latest book, coauthored by Joseph Tomain Dean Emeritus and Wilbert and Helen Ziegler Professor of Law in the University of Cincinnati College of Law, is How Government Built America, forthcoming from Cambridge University Press in June, 2024.

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Sidney Robert Stacey

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University & Chair Suicide Prevention Community Council of Hamilton, McMaster University
I have held senior management roles in academic health institutions, community hospitals, research institutes and universities in Ontario. I am a Fellow of the Canadian College of Health Care Leaders and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. I received the Innovation Award from the University of Toronto, Institute for Health Policy Management and Evaluation for my work in launching the Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board and the Order of Hamilton for advancing suicide prevention initiatives for our city. I was also awarded the Kim Harper Service Award by The Hamilton Academy of Medicine for city-wide suicide prevention work.

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Sien van der Plank

Senior Research Fellow, University of Southampton
Sien van der Plank is currently a Senior Research Fellow within the School of Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Southampton. She has researched environmental management across conservation, political, mining and hazard contexts since 2014. She has been a member of staff in Geography and Environmental Science since 2020.

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Sifiso Ndlovu

Lecturer of Political Science, University of Mpumalanga
Sifiso Ndlovu is political science lecturer at the University of Mpumalanga. She previously held a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Studies (JIAS)-University of Johannesburg and Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI). Her PhD project at the University of the Witwatersrand broadly examined intersections and divergences in the articulations of belonging to ethnic identity and nation-building in post-apartheid South Africa in the culturally heterogeneous KwaMhlanga region. She also holds MA in political studies, an honours degree in political studies and a BA in political studies and sociology, all from the University of the Witwatersrand. Her research interests include ethnic identities, particularly Ndebele ethnicity, the state in Africa, African politics, public policy, democratisation, social justice and the politics of nation-building, belonging and citizenship. She has published journal articles and book chapters on Ndebele material culture, the politics of belonging and nation-building. She has received academic awards and scholarships, including the Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa doctoral fellowship, University of the Witwatersrand’s Council Postgraduate Merit Scholarship, National Research Foundation (NRF) bursary, and University of the Witwatersrand’s Postgraduate Merit Award Doctoral Scholarship.

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