Dr. Philip Hulbig
Phil Hulbig M.Ed., Ph.D., has over 30 years’ experience developing/running special education programs for at-risk students. He is a Professor at The Program for the Advancement of Learning at Curry College and researches metacognition, human development and problem-solving.
Dr. Ahmad Jamshid Safi
Ahmad Jamshid Safi is an Afghan research scholar and Ph.D. candidate in the field of strategic management. Mr. Safi has more than 8 years of progressive experience in managing and being a part of educational programs/projects with INGOs, National academic institutions. He has been teaching management sciences in various national and international academic institutions since 2012. Mr. Safi has attended many international academic events with remarkable achievements.
Ms. Thanyanuch Tantikul
Thanyanuch Tantikul has over ten years of experience as a Thai criminal justice lawyer and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Her research focuses on inequality, sentencing culture, and lived experience in the criminal justice system.
Ms. Rola Yousef
The applicant is a Ph.D. candidate in Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Human Sciences at the Catholic University of Portugal and obtained her MA degree at the University of Greenwich, UK. She has long-standing professional experience in marketing communication and political communication with a particular focus on the Middle East. Her research interests include cyberculture, cyber activism, feminism, political communication, surveillance culture, social transformation, and Middle Eastern studies. Her current research addresses online activism and women journalists’ engagement in political and religious communication in the Middle East.
Mr. Adil Ahmad Mughal
Adil Ahmadis a researcher in Financial Economics & Mathematics – of their philosophical aesthetic mainly. An auto-didactic but reluctant philosopher; an economist who is desperate to be recognized as a mathematician
Ms. Swami Carolina Antolinez Vasquez
Lawyer and professional in international relations from Universidad Santo Tomás in Colombia. Erasmus Mundus master’s degree fellow in transnational migration
Dr. Thomas J Ward
SERVES AS PRESIDENT OF UNIFICATION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN NEW YORK CITY AND AS PROFESSOR OF PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES THERE
Thomas J. Ward serves as President of Unification Theological Seminary in New York City and as Professor of Peace and Development Studies there. Prior to his current role, he served for eighteen years as Dean of the University of Bridgeport’s College of Public and International Affairs where he taught graduate courses on Culture and Development, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Political and Economic Integration.
Dr. Ward has lived and worked in the United States, Europe, Latin America and East Asia. He lectures in English, French and Spanish, and has a working knowledge of several other European and Asian languages. In 2008 he was appointed to serve as a member of the Connecticut Department of Higher Education’s Policy Advisory Council on International Education and served in that role until 2011.
Ward’s writings and research have been published in the Washington Times, World and I Magazine, the International Journal of World Peace, East Asia Quarterly, Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, the Journal of Unification Studies, Paragon House, New World Encyclopedia, and E-International Relations. He is a member of several academic honor societies including Phi Beta Kappa and has been a Fulbright Scholar, a Taiwan Foreign Ministry Research Fellow, and a guest lecturer at the Academy of Social Science in Beijing and at Academia Sinica’s Institute of Modern History in Taipei.
Dr. Ward has been author, co-author or editor of more than ten books including Development, Social Justice, and Civil Society: An Introduction to the Political Economy of NGOs (Paragon 2004); March to Moscow—The Role of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon in the Collapse of Communism (Paragon 2005), Park Statue Politics: World War II Comfort Women Memorials in the United States (E-International Relations 2019).
Dr. Madhuparna Gupta
INSTRUCTOR AT THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY
Madhuparna Gupta is currently an Instructor at the Department of International Development Studies, Saint Mary’s University, Canada. She received her Ph.D. in International Relations from Jadavpur University, India, and served as Assistant Professor of Political Science for thirteen years in India.
Dr. Robert Lake
Dr. Robert Lake is with the Department of Sport Science at Douglas College, Canada. His research focuses on social and historical issues in sport, particularly tennis. He has authored/edited several books, including A Social History of Tennis in Britain (Routledge, 2015) and The Routledge Handbook of Tennis (Routledge, 2019). He is serving as President of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport in 2021/22.
Dr. Sami Abdullah Hamdi
Sami Hamdi is an assistant professor at the English Language Institute- Jazan University, Saudi Arabia. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Linguistics from the University of New Mexico-USA. Dr. Hamdi’s research interests include critical discourse studies/analysis, text analytics, and intellectual security.
Ms. Vidya Suresh
Vidya Suresh is a graduate student in Computer Sciences and Engineering at Amrita Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri Campus, India.
MSC. Aleksejs Jelisejevs
Aleksejs Jelisejevs, PhD Candidate in Law Science of Turība University, Riga (Latvia), lawyer whose professional length of practice service is 25 years (including eight years as a sworn advocate). Subject of current scientific research is issues with legal protection of consumers’ rights when banks close accounts unilaterally.
Ms. Rong Yuan
Rong Yuan is originally from Beijing, China. She’s currently a Master’s student in International Affairs following the Global Security Track at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. She is passionate about research on global governance, development, and public communication. Her latest research is on MSF’s communication strategy during the 2017-2018 cholera outbreak in Yemen.