Priyank Apora works to improve systems to reach social and environmental goals, such as good health, reduced poverty, clean water and energy
Nonprofit OperationsOperations AnalysisSocially reponsible operationsHeath care operationsSustainable Operations
M. V. Lee Badgett is one of the world’s leading experts on the economics of same-sex marriage.
Economics of Sexual Orientation and Same-Sex MarriageGay MarriageLGBT InclusionLabor EconomicsSame-sex Couples
Erin Baker informs policymakers on energy technology in the face of climate change.
Wind TurbinesEnvironmental Decision-MakingWind EnergyIndustrial EngineeringEnergy Economics and Policy
Whitney Battle-Baptiste's research focuses on how the intersection of race, gender, class and sexuality look through an archaeological lens.
ArchaeologyBlack Feminist TheoryHeritage StudiesAfrican Studies
Genny Beemyn is an expert on the lives of transgender college students and on trans-inclusive policies and practices on college campuses.
Transgender Law and PolicyLGBTQ EqualityTransgender Mental Health Trans YouthTransgender College StudentsTransgender Issues
David Boutt's research focuses on how water becomes groundwater and the sub-surface processes that impact it along its journey.
DroughtHydrogeologyGroundwater Recharge ProcessesGroundwaterWaterPaleo HydrologyGroundwater HydrologyWatershed Hydrology
Bethany Bradley studies the interactions between invasive species, land use and climate change.
Invasive Plant SpeciesInvasive Plant IssueInvasion EcologyClimate Change AdaptationClimate ChangeBiogeographySpatial EcologyInvasive Plants
Laura Briggs is an expert on transnational and transracial adoption and on the U.S. history of taking children for political ends.
Transnational AdoptionReproduction PoliticsAdoptionChild Separation
Julie Brigham-Grette is an internationally-renowned expert on climate evolution in the Arctic.
Polar climateArctic ScienceClimate ChangeSedimentologyGlaciologyStratigraphyGeological MappingChronology of Geologic SystemsArcticPolar Science
Michelle Budig's research includes labor market inequalities, wage penalties for caregiving, work-family policy, and nonstandard employment.
Motherhood PenaltyQuantitative MethodsSelf-EmploymentWork and Family PolicyGender and Family Status Inequality in Labor Markets