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Topic: Macroeconomic impacts on business and economy
Vladimir Dashkeev, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
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Topics: Business Ethics, Corporate Responsibility. Moral and Political Philosophy
Jeffrey Smith, Professor, Management, Boeing Frank Shrontz Chair of Professional Ethics
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Topic: Impact on healthcare systems
Erin Vernon, PhD, assistant professor of Economics
Topics: Role of COVID in political advertising; marketing through a crisis
Matt Isaac, PhD, associate professor of Marketing.
Jennifer Hong, assistant professor of Marketing
Topic: Behavior of financial markets including the EU
Werner De Bondt, PhD, visiting professor of Finance
Topics: Mental health issues, mental health counseling services, mental health care, gender-based violence, domestic violence
Kristi A. Lee, Ph.D., LMHCA, NCC, Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Department of Leadership and Professional Studies, College of Education
Topics: nursing homes, elder care
Michael Huggins, PhDc, EdD, APRN, FAANP, Associate Professor, Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Track Lead
Topics: community health, homelessness, public health, community assessment, program planning and implementation, maternal/infant health and lactation, health care issues of vulnerable populations in particularly related to immigration.
Lauren Valk Lawson, DNP, RN, Assistant Professor
Elizabeth M. Gabzdyl, DNP, MSN, Assistant Professor, Certified Nurse Midwifery
Topics: Remote learning student teaching components, synchronous and asynchronous teaching such as online discussion, lesson analysis similar to students edTPA exam for certification, and analysis of lesson interactions to support language development
Patricia Venegas-Weber, PhD, assistant clinical professor, Master’s in Teaching Program
Topic: Developing remote learning courses for higher education
Trish Thomas Henley, PhD, Associate Dean; Special Assistant to the Provost, Graduate Education; Interim Director, Digital Technology & Cultures, School of New and Continuing Studies
Topics: Study abroad and international students
Gina Lopardo, director, Education Abroad
Dale Watanabe, director, International Student Center
Topic: Career engagement and preparation for students
Hilary Flanagan, executive director, Career Engagement Office
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