Jessica Calarco

Jessica (Jess) Calarco is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Calarco has published three books: Negotiating Opportunities: How the Middle Class Secures Advantages in School, A Field Guide to Grad School: …

Tony Chambers

Over 40 years of teaching, researching, and leading college student development initiatives in the US and Canada. Extensive professional work focusing on student well-being and flourishing. Professor Emeritus from the University of Toronto, and current …

Claire Erickson

Claire Erickson is a graduate student in the Neuroscience and Public Policy Program. She focuses on modifiable factors of Alzheimer’s disease. Claire hopes to integrate her background in Alzheimer’s research with a career in aging …

Angela Flickinger

Angela Flickinger is the Outreach Program Manager for Healthy Eating and Active Living within the Institute of Health and Well-being with UW-Madison, Division of Extension. Prior to this role, Flickinger was a Professor in the …

Mel Freitag

Dr. Mel Freitag (she/her) is the Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training and Innovation at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Freitag serves as a leader and consultant in curriculum development, programming, strategic planning and engaging …

Carey Gleason

Dr. Gleason is a clinical neuropsychologist and Alzheimer’s disease researcher. She leads the Inclusion of Under-Represented Groups Core of the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center and is a firm believer that diversity makes for better …

LB Klein

LB Klein’s (they/them or she/her) research focuses on gender-based violence (GBV;e.g., sexual assault/harassment, intimate partner violence, stalking, and anti-queer/trans harassment) prevention, survivor advocacy, and LGBTQ+ health. In one line of research, they are developing, adapting, …

Maria Mora Pinzon

Dr. Mora Pinzon is assistant professor in the division of geriatrics and gerontology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Her research program focuses on health services research in dementia care, …

Katherine (Kate) Phelps

Dr. Kate Phelps is a lecturer in Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. They have a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Their teaching and research interests and areas of …

Lisa Steinkamp

Dr. Steinkamp has a Bachelor’s degree in human biology, a Master’s degree in physical therapy, an MBA, and a PhD in educational leadership and policy analysis. Her PT interests are in sports medicine, but her …

Jess Waggoner

Jess Waggoner is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Gender & Women’s Studies and English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Waggoner’s research and teaching interests span U.S. literature and culture, feminist disability studies, queer …

Tova Walsh

Dr. Tova Walsh focuses on parenting in children’s earliest years of life, with the goal of supporting the health and well-being of often-overlooked populations of parents and their young children. Her research centers on support …

Earlise Ward

Earlise Ward conducts community-based clinical research focused on older African American women’s mental health. Her research examines their beliefs about mental illness, whether these beliefs may serve as barriers to seeking mental health services, and …

Cody Wenthur

Dr. Cody Wenthur is an innovative, translational investigator in psychopharmacology who has been on the UW–Madison faculty since 2018. His work is focused on improving our understanding of the basis for beneficial and detrimental effects …