The Office of Global Learning

GVF Member Listing

Global Virtual Faculty Program (GVF) engages a numer of academics and professionals around the world who partner with full time faculty at Fairleigh Dickinson University in teaching on line classes.

Diya Mohammed Daoud Abdo

 
Diya Mohammed Daoud Abdo

Dr. Abdo is currently an Assistant Professor (Tenure track) at Guilford College. She has teaching experience at The Arab Open University (Jordan), Al-Ahliyya Amman University (Jordan), University of Jordan, and Drew University where she taught various courses in Humanities, Literature and feminist studies.  

Dr.Abdo's dissertation on Moroccan sociologist and writer was awarded Drew's top award. She has published articles with one reading in a Harvard course.

Expertise
PhD. Literature, Drew University; M.A. English Literature, Drew University
Country
United States

Tomi Adeaga

 
Profile
Dr. Tomi Adeaga has traveled to and lived in 18 countries. He's currently Secretary of TRACALA United States of America, and has been member of various literature studies associations. He has published a large amount of scholarly journals as well as books.
Expertise
comparative literature of English/French/German and translation studies.
Country
Germany

Olga Antsyferova

 
Olga Antsyferova

Fulbright Scholar -1999/2000
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies - 2003

3 books published:

  1. Tales of Henry James: From Apprenticeship to matiruty (1998)
  2. Russian Context of American Quest for Realism (Henry James, William Dean Howells, Stephen Crane) (2000)
  3. The Self-Reflexive Dimensions of Henry James (2004)

Professor of Ivanovo State University.

Courses in Antique, Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Seminars in West European Literature from Middle Ages to 20th century.

Special courses in American Culture and in History of American Literature for students of the English Department. Consultations for undergraduates in term papers and advising graduates in writing their final-year projects in American and British literature.

Advisor in postgraduate studies.

Engaged in experiments with new educational and teaching technologies, including implementation of Internet and on-line projects in teaching American culture

  • The first project "Eurasian Cyberparallel: American Culture via Internet" http://www.ivanovo.ac.ru/cyberpar united eight universities of Russia and Ukraine.

  • The second project "Ivanovo-Wisconsin Exchange Project" http://www.ivanovo.ac.ru/iv-wis connected students of Ivanovo university with students of University of Wisconsin (Stout) for watching common history-based films, and then discuss them online. In 2006 “Ivanovo-New Jersey Exchange Project" (2006) replicated the same procedure between Ivanovo students and Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey). 

  • Next collaborative project was "Women's Studies Across Cultures" (Ivanovo-New Jersey) http://www.gig.org/gvc
Expertise
PhD. Philology, Moscow State University; PhD. American Literature, Saint Petersburg University
Country
Russian Federation

Shlomo Ariel

 
Shlomo Ariel
Director of Israeli Play Therapy institute; Lecturer, workshop leader in various Universities abroad. E.g. Netherlands, University of Illinois
Expertise
Ph.D. Clinical psychology,Yale University; Ph.D linguistics, London University
Country
Israel

Damyana Bakardzieva

 
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Expertise
PhD. Economics, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France; Interests in macro-& micro- economics
Country
Principality of Monaco

Susan Barnes

 
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Teaching faculty as Associate Professor at Department of communication; Media & Visual communication specialist
Expertise
Ph.D. NYU (School of education)
Country
USA

Clive Barstow

 
Clive Barstow
Currently working as Professor of Creative Arts and Head of School of Communications & Arts Edith Cowan University Australia. Experience in Fine Arts and Design; Art critic; Printmaking; 30yrs of professional practice as artist. International collections and exhibitions. Academic at several international institutions.
Expertise
Visual Arts, Indigenous arts, cross cultural identity.
Country
Australia

Nilufer Bharucha

 
Nilufer Bharucha
Teaching Faculty
Expertise
B.A. Hons. and M.A. English Literature;M.ED. in Teaching English Overseas
Country
India

Ann Cattanach

 
Profile
Teaching experience in Universities in UK, Malaysia, Netherlands and Singapore
Expertise
Play Therapist
Country
United Kingdom

Helene Cherrier

 
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Expertise
PhD. Marketing, University of Kansas; M.B.A. Emphasis: Marketing, Bryant College, Rhode Island
Country
Italy

Tomas A. Chuaqui

 
Tomas A. Chuaqui
Teaching experience as Professor in Political Science, Princeton University; Research Assistant in Finance and Statistics; Economist; CA; Publicist
Expertise
Ph.D. Politics, Princeton University
Country
Chile

Viorela D. Ciucur

 
Viorela D. Ciucur
Teaching experience as Professor in Piano; Chamber music recitals; Concerts with major orchestras; Musical tours in Europe and Canada
Expertise
Piano Performance; Ph.D. Musicology; Music Academy at Bucharest
Country
Romania

Richard S. Cranovsky

 
Richard S. Cranovsky

MD (1964, Cracow), Habilitation (1968 Cracow and 1976 Bern), Master of Public Health (1986 Houston).

Currently: senior independent scientist, lecturer and expert in Public Health and Health Services, RC-Consulting, Switzerland. Member of GLG Councils N.Y., Representative for Medicine and Public Health Initiative (US) in Europe.

Fluent in: English, French, German, Polish

Past activities/experience: former Head of Neuroradiology Dpt. in teaching hospitals in Cracow (PL), Aarau, Geneva and Lausanne (CH): Medical Director of Swiss Public Health Institute (1988-1995); expert for Swiss Cantonal and Federal Health Authorties (1988-2006);  Founding memeber of International Society for Technology Assessment in Health Care and its Secretary (1991-1993); Head of Swiss Health Care Management Program in Poland (1991-1995); expert for Council of Europe Div. Health (1998-2005) in matters of Guidelines, Patient Safety and Health Technology Assessment; Expert for Swiss Medical Association in Quality of Care (1995-2005); Member of Joint Commission International, Advisory Council for Europe (2006-2008);
Lecturer in Neuroradiology, Health Technology Assessment, Quality of Care and Patient Safety.

Author, contributor & editor of 5 books and 130 publications  in above mentioned fields.

Born in Poland; lives in Epalinges near Lausanne. Swiss citizen.

Expertise
Public Health, Health Services Research, Quality of Care, Patient Safety
Country
Switzerland

Ales Debeljak

 
Ales Debeljak

Senior Fulbright fellow at the University of California-Berkeley,  research fellow of the Institute of Advanced Study-Collegium Budapest, writing fellow at Civitella Ranieri Center and at Bogliasco Liguria Study Center for the Arts and Humanities. Debeljak published 12 books of cultural criticism and 7 books of poems in his native Slovenian. Translator and editor, he won several awards, including the Slovenian National Book Award and Chiqyu Poetry Prize (Tokyo). He was named Ambassador of Science of the Republic of Slovenia. His books have appeared in English, Japanese, German, Croatian, Serbian, Polish, Lithuanian, Romanian, Finish, Hungarian, Czech, Spanish, Slovak, Catalan, Macedonian, and Italian translation. Debeljak is a director of the Center for Cultural and Religious Studies at the University of Ljubljana. He’s recurring visiting professor at College d’Europe, Natolin-Warsaw, and in 2006/7, he was a Roberta Buffett Professor of International Studies at Northwestern University, Evanston-Chicago.

Expertise
Ph.D. Social Thought from Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, NY
Country
Slovenia

Linh Dinh

 
Linh Dinh
Has published short stories and poems which have appeared in Kenyon Review, American Poetry Review, Denver Review, Sonara Review and many others; he is also an Editor and Translator
Expertise
M.F.A. in Creative writing
Country
Italy

Kathleen Dudzinski

 
Profile
Director for Dolphin Communications Project; teaching experience in Natural history of vertebrates; worked as Consultant on dolphin documentary; experience in research work; Publicist
Expertise
Ph.D. Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences,Texas University
Country
USA

Ben Duncan

 
Ben Duncan
European Liason Offcier; Research executive; Account director at Hill & Knowlton Intl, Belgium; Consultant
Expertise
Law, LLM, University of Edinburg
Country
Belgium

Norval Edwards

 
Norval Edwards
Lecturer with interests in culture and nationalism, Caribbean cultural criticism and travel writing; Associate Editor at Journal of Caribbean Criticism
Expertise
Ph.D. English, York University at Toronto
Country
WestIndies

William Futter

 
Profile
Head of Divison of Pharmacy Practice and Administration at Rhodes University, Teaching experience in Social and Administrative Pharmacy since 1984; Interests in curriculum development, Management of Drug Supply and Drug Use
Expertise
B.Comm, M.Comm awarded as Cum Laude, Diploma in Public Administration; Pharmacy Education
Country
South Africa

James Gallagher

 
James Gallagher

Consultant; Retired detective; Teaching experience with University of London and University of Glasgow

Expertise
Homicide Investigation
Country
UK

S.James Gayton

 
S.James Gayton
Colonel S. James Gayton has been on the gound for Iraqi war and has been to Apghanistan as well as other strategic countries in the world. He's an experienced educator on philosophy and the ethics of war.
Expertise
philosophy and ethics of war
Country
USA

Kendell Geers

 
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Expertise
Art
Country
Belgium

Mark Jefferson Golding

 
Profile
Practicing Attorney in area of commercial law, banking and corporate finance; Founding Director of Dehring Bunting & Golding Limited; Experience as Advisor and Legal Counsel to Government and several major commercial investment and merchant banks
Expertise
MA Jurisprudence, Oxford University; Specialised in Law of Credit and Security, Mergers and Aquisations
Country
West Indies

Joaquin Gonzalez Ibanez

 
Profile
Dr. Joaquin Gonzalez Ibanez is Director of Human Rights Institute University Sergio Arboleda and Co-Dirctor of Universidad of Alfonza X's PhD Program on Law. He received Fulbright award for 2008 and has taken part in United Nations Development Program in Spain.
Expertise
Law
Country
Spain

Brahim Herbane

 
Profile
Teaching experience in area of Strategic Management, Crisis and Continuity Management, Risk Management; Has taught at Consejo Superior de Investigacious Cientificas at Madrid, University of Birmingham and University of Sheffield
Expertise
Risk Management; PhD. Strategic Management, Leicester De Montfort University; B.A. Business Management and Administration, Leeds University
Country
United Kingdom

Alexander C. Y. Huang

 
Profile
Teaching since 1994
Expertise
Ph.D. Comparitive Literature
Country
USA

Samer I. Asfour

 
Profile
Mr. Samer Asfour was appointed in 2008 as Commissionerfor Investor Services and Development at the Development Zone Commission. Before that, he was involved in Amman Commission a well as Greater Amman Municipality.
Expertise
economics, planning, business administration and management
Country
Jordan

Pompilia Ispas-Szabo

 
Profile
Master (1978-80) and Ph.D (1996-99) in Physical Chemistry from University of Bucharest (Romania).

Currently: Associate Professor at Universite' du Quebec; Senior Project Manager at Axcan Pharma Corp., Mont St-Hilaire (Quebec), Canada.

Past activities/experiences: Laboratory Supervisor for Medical Center, Health Ministry, Romania; Research Scientist at Universite' du Quebec; Director R&D at Smartrix Technologies Inc. (St-Laurent, Canada) and at Intelgenx inc. (St-Laurent, Canada).

Author and contributor of several journal articles; holder of several patents in the Chemistry-biochemistry field; invited speaker at various conferences and meetings.  


Expertise
Ph.D Physical Chemistry; Research Scientist and Associate Professor in Chemistry-biochemistry; Top management positions at Pharmaceutical corporations
Country
Canada

Narendra Jadhav

 
Profile
Work experience as Advisor to Executive Director for India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Bhutan at IMF
Expertise
M.A. Economics with Mathematical Economics and Econometrics, University of Bombay, India; PhD. Economics with International Economics and Econometrics, Indiana University, USA
Country
USA

Mario Jareb

 
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Expertise
WWII Propaganda Balkans; PhD., M.A. History
Country
Croatia

Fei Jiang

 
Profile
Currently working as Assistant Professor at Institute of Journalism and Communication teaching courses in International trade; involved with International Training programs; awarded with the 'Special award of Canadian studies 2005 program';Deputy Director and General Secretary for Center of World Media Studies that is engaged in Communication Theory, Intercultural Theorety and Post-colonial studies
Expertise
Bachelor Economics, Shanxi Normal University; Ph.D Literary Theory
Country
China

Mohja Kahf

 
Mohja Kahf
Mohja Kahf was born in Damascus, Syria, and came to the U.S. as a child. An associate professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Arkansas, she is the author of Western Representations of the Muslim Woman: From Termagant to Odalisque, and winner of an Arkansas Arts Council award. Her first book of poetry, E-mails from Scheherazad, was a finalist in the 2004 Paterson Poetry Prize.
Expertise
Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Rutgers, State University of NJ
Country
USA

Thomas Kennedy

 
Thomas Kennedy
Expertise
M.F.A., Ph.D
Country
Denmark

Kumar Ketkar

 
Kumar Ketkar
Currently working as Editor in chief for Lokmat group of Papers, Maharashtra, India
Expertise
Journalism and Political Science
Country
India

Ram Kishan

 
Profile
Teaching Experience as Adjunct professor with interests in Comparative politics and International studies courses on East and South Asia
Expertise
Political Science and International Studies
Country
USA

Karen Renee Latham

 
Profile
Work Experience in Web Design and Graphics Arts
Expertise
Computer Programming
Country
USA

John Lennard

 
John Lennard
John Lennard is Professor of British & American Literature at UWI-Mona in Kingston, Jamaica, and editor of the Genre Fiction Sightlines and Monographs series for Humanities E-Books LLP. He was born in Bristol, UK, and educated there, at Oxford, and in St Louis. He was a Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge 1991-8, and has taught for the Universities of London and Notre Dame, as well as on-line for Fairleigh Dickinson. His publications include But I Digress (Clarendon Press, 1991), The Poetry Handbook (OUP, 1995; 2/e 2005), The Drama Handbook (OUP, 2002), and a collection, Of Modern Dragons and other essays on Genre Fiction (HEB, 2007), as well as guides to work by Shakespeare, Nabokov, Paul Scott, Walter Mosley, Octavia Butler, Reginald Hill, Ian McDonald, and Tamora Pierce. An annotated edition of Ralph Thompson's prize-winning verse-novel View from Mount Diablo (2001) will be published by Peepal Tree Press and HEB early in 2009.
Expertise
MA, DPhil. (Oxon.), MA (Wash.U.)--English and American Literature. Punctuation History. Poetry. Genre Fiction.
Country
UK

Patsy Lewis

 
Profile
Published Books and Articles in area of International Relations and Contemporary History
Expertise
Ph.D. History, Cambridge University; B.A. Mass communications, UWI, Mona
Country
West Indies

Robert K. Logan

 
Profile
Working as Associate Professor since 1975
Expertise
B.Sc. Physics, MIT; PhD. Physics, MIT
Country
Canada

Jacob Lomranz

 
Jacob Lomranz
Jacob Lomranz was born in Germany and raised in China. Since1950, he lives and works in Israel and the United states.

In 1965 he received his B.A. in psychology and philosophy from the Tel-Aviv University and did his graduate work in psychology at Duke University, North Carolina, U.S.A., where he earned his Ph.D. in 1971.

  • He is a certified clinical psychologist and supervisor and did his clinical work in McLean Hospital in Boston.
  • He joined the faculty of the department of psychology at Tel-Aviv University where he presently serves as Professor of Psychology.
  • He serves on major university committees. Prof. Lomanz was the founder and director of the Neuropsychological Unit for Rehabilitation of severely head injured and the Director of the Clinical Psychology Program in the department of psychology.
  • He developed curriculum for the study of adulthood and aging, at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the university, established the Unit of Adulthood and Aging in the department of psychology and later was the founder and director of the Interdisciplinary Hercezg Research Institute of Aging in Tel-Aviv University, the first University based academic institute of its kind in Israel.
Prof. Lomranz was also the founder and director of a psychological service for the aged and their families in nursing homes of Mishan in Tel Aviv.

His areas of research interest and publications include: Research in Group Dynamics (also conducted Jewish – Arab conflict resolution groups). Effects of Trauma and Wars, specifically the long-term effects of he Holocaust; Studies in the areas of Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology; Narrative Studies and Life Reviews;  Adult Development, depression; Personality Theory, especially Personality and Adulthood; Mental Health in the Aged; The area of Creativity in the life span including issue of creativity in later age and the focus on creativity in everyday life; Based on cognitive postformal approaches, modernity and postmodern principles, he has developed a cogent personality interdisciplinary theory termed “Aintegration”, which is presently internationally researched. Prof. Lomranz has developed methods of psychological treatment for the elderly.

  • He served as chairman of the committee for the establishment of a graduate department of gerontology at Tel-Aviv University and developed a graduate program in Gerontology at Tel Aviv University. Prof. Lomranz serves as consultant to various organizations in Israel, Europe and America.
  • He is the head of the Frenkel Research Fund for Research on Holocaust Survivors at the Tel-Aviv University.
  • He is the recipient of many research grants, the author of three books and about one hundred scientific publications.
  • He has numerous appearances in the public media: the press, the radio and television. He served as visiting Professor in; Boston University; the University of California in San Francisco; and The Brookdale Research Institute at the City University of New York.
  • He also lectures and teaches at the Institute of Gerontology in Saint Joseph College. Prof. Lomranz served and serves as an officer and board member of many organizations including the council of the Israeli Psychological Association and Amcha– National Israeli Center for Psychological Support of  Survivors of the Holocaust and the Second Generation.
  • His record includes leading positions in the Israeli and European societies of Gerontology.
  • He served as the President of the Israeli Gerontological Society and its representative in the European region of the International Association of Gerontology.
  • He is program Director of Creative Aging in Eshel: The Association for the Planning and Development Services for the Aged in Israel, in the framework of which he attempts to promote a National Center for Creative Aging in Israel.
Expertise
Clinical and Social Psychology, clinical practicum; Teaching experience as Professor and Research Assistant
Country
Israel

Sunaina Lowe

 
Profile

Ms. Lowe is currently the Special Assistant to the Director of the Policy, Evaluation and Training Division of the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO). She joined the United Nations in 1985 as a Public Information Officer and has served in United Nations Headquarters in New York and Vienna. 

In addition, Ms. Lowe has worked in various field missions for the United Nations: in the former Yugoslavia (1998) as Political Advier to the Head of Mission, in Liberia (1995-1996) as a writer/editor in the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, and in South Africa (1994) as an electoral monitor and media liaison officer. She joined DPKO at Headquarters in 1996 and helped establish the Department's first self-evaluation capacity: the Lessons Learned Unit. She has also worked in peacekeeping training and policy analysis for peacekeeping. 

Before joining the United Nations, Ms. Lowe was a journalist and writer. She holds an M.A. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Ms. Lowe is a national of Jamaica.

Expertise
Peacekeeping, international relations
Country

Philip E. Lyon

 
Philip E. Lyon
Director of International Region. Involved in special education, administration, cultural awareness; Research in action research,working internationally
Expertise
International Education, Developmental Psychology, Administration, Special Education
Country
Sand

Amir Mahmood

 
Profile
Teaching experience as Senior Lecturer; Principal; Researcher and Consultant; Director for doctoral programs at University of Newcastle
Expertise
Ph.D. Economics
Country
Australia

Brenda Mallinson

 
Profile
Lecturer; Written articles; Experience with conducting workshops
Expertise
M.Sc. Information Systems Rhodes Uni-inprogress
Country
South Africa

Fomba Emmanuel Mbebeb

 
Fomba Emmanuel Mbebeb

Mr. Emmanuel Mbebeb Fomba holds a Masters degree in Industrial/Organisational Psychology from the University of Lagos in Nigeria, after graduate studies in the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon. He is currently a Lecturer of Psychology at the University of Dschang , Cameroon, and also a Visiting Lecturer to some Higher and Professional Institutions of Learning.Before joining the academics, had been very active in development circles, exploring the extended role of psychology in development processes. He strives for an inclusive science that is socially constructed on the indigenous knowledge system of the people.

 

 

Expertise
Reseach, course facilitation, training, development work, consultancy
Country
Cameroon

Russell John McDougall

 
Russell John McDougall
Senior lecturer working as Associate Professor with interests in Post-colonial and Global literature
Expertise
Ph.D. Queen's University, Ontario
Country
Australia

Ameena Meer

 
Profile
Has published short stories
Expertise
Country
USA

Samia Mehrez

 
Profile
Teaching as Associate Professor with work experience at Cornell University and American University
Expertise
Ph.D. Comparative Literature, UCLA
Country
Egypt

Elisabeth Mulder

 
Elisabeth Mulder
Fomer President of "Humanistisch Verbond" (= Humanist Association) of the Netherlands, former director of the National Association of Educationalists in the Netherlands, piano teacher, member of the village council for 8 years 
Expertise
ethics, humanism, humanist mental care, human rights, piano teaching
Country
Holland

Michael Mullin

 
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Expertise
Country
USA

Giovanni Arrieta Murillo

 
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Expertise
Country
Costa Rica

Serigne Ndiaye

 
Serigne Ndiaye
Resident Director at CIEE, Senegal; Teaching experience in several literature courses at Emory University, SUNY Albany, and the CIEE Study Center in Dakar. Currently teaches an intercultural communication course that draws from American student experiences during their semester in Senegal.
Expertise
PhD. Comparative Literature with focus on Postcolonial literature and theory
Country
Senegal

Jai Young Park

 
Profile

Education:
B.A., English, Arizona State University
Ph.D., English, Arizona State University

Professional Experiences:
TA and Instructor, Arizona State University
Deputy Vice-President, Chonbuk National University
Assistant Professor, English Education Department, Chonbuk National University

Academic Interest:
African American fiction, Post-colonial theory, English education

Expertise
African American Novel, Slave Narrative, Drama, Short Story and Women Writing; Ethnic and Twentieth Century American Fiction
Country
South Korea

Niti Sampat Patel

 
Niti Sampat Patel
English professor; Worked at and ran an independent non-profit organization; Publicist
Expertise
Ph.D. English Literature and Film, M.A. English Literature, Northeastern University of Boston
Country
India

Velma Pollard

 
Velma Pollard
Velma Pollard is a retired Senior Lecturer in Language Education in the Department of Educational Studies, Faculty of Arts and Education  of the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. Her major research interests have been Creole Languages of the Anglophone Caribbean, The  Language of Caribbean Literature and Caribbean Women’s Writing.  Articles in these areas appear in local and international journals. She has published  a handbook: From Jamaican Creole to Standard English-a handbook for teachers (1994,2003) and  a monograph: Dread Talk-the language of Rastafari (1994, 2000).

Pollard  is involved in Creative writing and has published poems and stories in regional and international journals and anthologies. She has a novel, two collections of short fiction and three books of poetry on the market. Her novella Karl won the Casa de las Americas  prize in 1992.
Expertise
Creative writing
Country
West Indies

Lawrence Pratt

 
Profile
Associate Director for Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development; work experience as Teaching faculty, Researcher and Global Consultant; Author; Published Books and Journals
Expertise
M.P.P.M. Production & Operation Management,Yale University; A.B. Economics, College of William & Mary at Virginia
Country
Costa Rica

Mirjana Radovic

 
Mirjana Radovic
Professor Mirjana Radovic Markovic  is currently head of fundamental scientific research and member of the managing board of the Institute of Economic Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia.  She is also chairperson of the scientific board of the Institute.  In addition, Professor Radovic Markovic is a member  and a director of  research in the field of entrepreneurship for the "Alumni Association Network," US, vice-president of the International College of Management and Technology (ICMT International), West Africa, program director of masters studies  in the field of entrepreneurship at Akamai University in the US, and quality assessor at Concepts College, London, UK.

Mirjana Radovic Markovic holds B. Sc (Hons.), M. Sc. and PhD Degrees in Economics, as well as Post Doctoral Studies in Multidisciplinary Studies (Economics, Psychology, Demographic & Ecology). Her research interests include the formation of entrepreneurial firms, managing growth, e-learnimg  and women entrepreneurship.

She is a full professor of Business Management and Entrepreneurship and has prepared and taught classes world wide such as "Women as Entrepreneurs", "Global Challenge", "Human Resource Management", "E-business", "Principles of Management", "Entrepreneurship" and "Organizational Behaviour".  Professor Radovic Markovic has been recognized  for her work in program development in entrepreneurship for women in a nomination for the Enterprising Woman / Global Summit of Women Award, 2006 by the President of Akamai University, Dr. Douglass Capogrossi .

She has written fourteen books and more than one hundred peer-reviewed journal articles.  Her new book is WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Theory, Practice and Flexible Approaches, published by Adonis & Abbey Publishers Ltd, 2009., London, UK.

Dr. Radovic Markovic is editor of the Journal of Business Economics and Management, Lithuania and the African Micro Journal of Entrepreneurship Research (AMJER), UK. Also, she is chair of the editorial board of the Journal of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Education (JWE) and the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Economic Analysis, Serbia.
Expertise
Entrepreneurship, Women in Business
Country
Serbia

Jubrai Rahil

 
Profile
Currently working as Director, Lead Discovery and Senior Research Scientist at MethylGene Inc.; teaching experience at Wesleyan University, University of Toronto and Bethlehem University in Israel
Expertise
PhD. Biochemistry, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT; Postdoctoral Biochemistry, Penn. State University; Fulbright Fellow Wesleyan University
Country
Canada

Sridhar Rajeswaran

 
Sridhar Rajeswaran
Sridhar Rajeswaran is Professor and Head, Department of English, K.S.K.V. University of Kachchh, Bhuj, India. His areas of critical concern are the poetry of W.B. Yeats and the Irish Women Revolutionaries, IModern ndian Drama in English, Tamil Cinema and Race-Class-Caste-Gender Issues. He is also a creative writer and his first collection of poems has been published in 2008.His poems are also available in Indian and Western journals and on the net. He was a Poet-in-Residence at the University of Dusseldorf, Germany in 2007. His plays have been presented over the All India Radio and have been published in a book form in 2008. His critical writings are available in monographs, jornals and anthologies.Professor Sridhar also has a joint research project on Women and Ageing with the University of Dusseldorf . He has lectured widely in India and Europe and presented papers at International Conferences. Additionally he has been connected with grassroot level work with battered women and female construction workers in India.
Expertise
Ph.D. Arts:English Major
Country
India

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro

 
Victor Rangel-Ribeiro

Award winning Indian novelist,settled in US. Member of editorial board, South Asian Review. Member. Authors Guild and American MENSA.

His published fiction includes the novel Tivolem (Milkweed), picked by Booklist as one of the twenty notable books of 1998, and Loving Ayesha, a short story collection (HarperCollins India, 2003). He is currently completing a second novel.

His nonfiction includes several books on classical music. He has copy edited close to 40 nonfiction manuscripts for the Free Press and other New York publishers, and was for some years a reader for the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press..

Expertise
English Literature, Colonial and Post-Colonial Literature in English Classical Music (the Baroque period, and Beethoven)
Country
USA

Bino A. Realuyo

 
Bino A. Realuyo
Educatory in literacy; Novelist; Editor; Fiction writer and poet
Expertise
B.A. International Relations, American University in Washington DC
Country
USA

Isabel Rimanoczy

 
Isabel Rimanoczy

Dr. Isabel Rimanoczy, Founder and Director of MINERAS, plays an active roles in Leadership in International Management LLC (LIM) both in Argentina and USA, and works as a legacy coach.

Expertise
legacy coach
Country
USA

Andrew Robinson

 
Andrew Robinson
Over twenty five (25) years as an information technology professional and software engineer, and over nineteen (19) years as an information security and assurance consultant.
  • President, Owner of NMI InfoSecurity Solutions
  • President, Chairman of Information Security Foundation
  • Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
  • Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP)
Expertise
Information technology governance, risk management, compliance, business resilience, information security, secure software engineering, and process automation.
Country
USA

Michael Anthony Rowe

 
Profile
Teaching faculty; Principal researcher at Home Office and has Police community and Race relations training
Expertise
Ph.D. University of Leicester
Country
United Kingdom

Birgit Schreiber

 
Birgit Schreiber
Teaching in Biological narratives; Biographical analysis of survivor stories
Expertise
Ph.D. Sociology; M.A. American Cultural Studies
Country
Germany

Ami Shak'ed

 
Profile
Treatment of sex dyfuctions; Sex counseling for physically disabled adults
Expertise
Psychotherapist
Country
Israel

Shridhar Shrimali

 
Profile
Lecturer
Expertise
Economics
Country
India

Jyoti Singh

 
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Expertise
Country
USA

K.B. Singh

 
Profile
Prof. Sigh is a professor of diplomacy and International Relations at Tribhuvan University, professor of International Law at NepalLaw College. Also took an active part in the United Nations, being delagate for the twenty-seventh session and Deputy Permanent Representitive of the Royal Nepalese Mission to the United Nations.
Expertise
diplomacy and international relations, international law
Country
Nepal

Christopher R. Stones

 
Christopher R. Stones
Christopher Stones matriculated with A levels (Associated Examinations Board) in 1970 and proceeded to Rhodes University where he enrolled for a BSc degree majoring in Psychology and Zoology, thereafter completing Honours and Master's degrees in Psychology for which he obtained distinctions. After obtaining his PhD in 1979, Professor Stones proceeded to the University of Cape Town to train, during 1981 and 1982, as a clinical psychologist. After completing his clinical internship he returned to Rhodes University to take up, again, a teaching post within the Department of Psychology. Professor Stones has taught in the areas of clinical, personality, social and research psychology and has published widely in these fields.

For more than 25 years, he has maintained an active private practice dealing mainly with adolescents and young adults as well as with families. For the past decade, he has been engaged with civil and criminal medico-legal psychological and forensic assessments for both plaintiff and defence.

Since the mid-1980s, Professor Stones has been a guest lecturer at several overseas universities including in the USA and the United Kingdom. He is also registered with the British Psychological Society as a Chartered Psychologist.

In 1987, he was awarded a 12-month post-doctoral St Aidan's College Fellowship (Durham University, in the United Kingdom). This was later augmented by a Fellowship offered by the Durham University Research Foundation and Society of Fellows. Upon completion of the Fellowship tenure, he accepted a bipartite position attached to Leeds University and the National Health Service as Principal Clinical Psychologist heading the regional
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Full Professor with interests in Social, Clinical and Abnormal Psychology. Also serve as a Consultant in the Head Office of a premier anti-fraud and corruption national agency. Additionally, serve as a Specialist Consultant to SABMiller (UK-based).
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South Africa

Yasuo Suzuki

 
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Senior Research Scientist at AIMS Lab, USA; Professor at Tokyo University
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Ph.D. Tokyo University
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Japan

Larbi Touaf

 
Larbi Touaf
Currently working as Professor of English at University Mohamed I Oujda in Morroco. Dr. Touaf is also an Academic Researcher and has published several books and articles.
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PhD. Literature, State University of New York, Buffalo; PhD. Literature, Universite Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV with distinction:"Tres Honorable"
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Morocco

Anna Varkonyi

 
Anna Varkonyi
Researcher, Journalist, Lecturer
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Environmental Ecology
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USA

L.N. Vijayaraghavan

 
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Work experience as Secretary (govt. of Tamil Nadu) and experience with World Bank, UNICEF, UNDP
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B.S.Commerce with Honors, University of Delhi; I.A.S (premier civil service in India)
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India

Eva Wang Lei

 
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China

Emily J. Yozell

 
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Private Law Practice concerning issues on Environment, Human Rights and Development
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Juris Doctor, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston; B.A. Latin American Studies, Yellow Springs, Ohio
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Costa Rica

Jasmin Zine

 
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Assistant Professor of Sociology at Wilfrid Laurier University, Experience in teaching at Graduate and Under-Graduate level, Research, Published Books and Journals
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B.A. (Honors); M.A. Sociology; PhD. Sociology, University of Toronto
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Canada

Ionat Zurr

 
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Australia
 

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