Speakers are available to speak at community and club events as part of the Hughes Center’s outreach to the public. Speakers can be reached through email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current members of the Speakers Bureau and their areas of expertise include:
- Dr. Michael Busler, associate professor of Business Studies: government budget process; interpreting economic data; national health insurance; relationship between economics and politics.
- Dr. Ron Caplan, associate professor of Public Health: health care policy reform and public health issues.
- Dr. Jamie Cromartie, associate professor of Entomology: protecting biodiversity and water in South Jersey; ecological restoration in South Jersey.
- Daniel J. Douglas, director of the Hughes Center: campaigns and elections; politics and the political system; state and local government; communications and technology in government and politics.
- Dr. Elizabeth Elmore, professor of Economics: rethinking aging and the use of an aging workforce.
- Dr. Reza Ghorashi, professor of Economics: Afghanistan; the Persian Gulf; Iraq War vs. U.S. – Iran Relations; and globalization.
- Dr. Patrick Hossay, associate professor of Sustainability: climate change; sustainable communities; planning.
- Audrey Wolfson Latourette, J.D., Distinguished Professor of Business Law: ethical and legal implications of plagiarism; sex discrimination in the legal profession; copyright implications for higher education.
- Dr. Lewis Leitner, dean of the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies:
strategic thinking and leadership for an unimaginable future; leadership essentials for high performance; becoming a learning organization; making the full commitment to service quality; Is America in Decline?
- Dr. Israel Posner, executive director, Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism: training issues and professional development (especially in the gaming industry); gaming industry employees and issues that concern them.
- Sharon Schulman, chief executive officer, External Affairs and Institutional Research: campaigns and elections; state and local government; communications in government and politics.
- Linda Wharton, J.D., associate professor of Political Science: constitutional law; civil rights; civil liberties; the U.S. Supreme Court; reproductive rights; women’s status within the law.