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Flora Lu

Flora Lu

Provost, Colleges Nine and Ten, Professor, Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies Department, College Nine, John R. Lewis College

Areas of expertise: Environmental Studies, Community-based Research, Conservation, Diversity, Environmental Justice, Indigenous Peoples, Intellectual Property, Latin American and Latino Studies, Social Justice, Sustainability


Biography, Education and Training

Flora received her A.B. in Human Biology with honors from Stanford University in 1993 and Ph.D. in Ecology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1999. A National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, UNC Royster Society Fellow, Lang Post-doctoral Fellow at Stanford University, and Stanford Distinguished Alumni Scholar, she studies the interrelationships between human societies and the natural environment with a geographic emphasis in the Neotropics. More recently, she is interested in conducting research more l... more »

Regina Day Langhout

Regina Day Langhout

Professor, Area Head, Social Psychology, Associate Editor, American Journal of Community Psychology

Psychology Department

Areas of expertise: Community-based Research, Discrimination and Inequality, Ethnography, Psychology, Youth Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Illinois,Urbana-Champaign B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz

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Sylvanna Falcón

Associate Professor


Areas of expertise: Human Rights, Activism, Border Studies, Community-based Research, Violence and Violence Prevention, Women's Studies, Feminist Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies, Sociology, International and Global Affairs


Biography, Education and Training

I am the 2024 president-elect of the Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS). I an on the faculty of the Department of Latin American and Latino/a Studies at UC Santa Cruz. I am also the founder and director of UC Santa Cruz's Human Rights Investigations Lab for the Americas.


Areas of expertise: American Studies, Community-based Research, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Intellectual Property, Public Art


Biography, Education and Training

Jon holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, a Masters in Anthropology from Portland State University, a Masters in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Bachelors in Journalism from the University of Nebraska.

Ronald David Glass

Ronald David Glass

Professor of Philosophy of Education

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Critical Theory, Philosophy, Education, Ethics, Epistemology, Democracy, Community-based Research, Discrimination and Inequality, School Reform and School Policy


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. Stanford University; Philosophy of Education M.A. Stanford University; Philosophy C.Phil. University of California, Berkeley; Philosophy of Education Ed.M. Harvard University B.A. Harvard University; cum laude, History and Science Professor Glass is a Professor of Philosophy of Education. He currently investigates the ethical issues raised by justice-oriented collaborative research methodologies, and has long focused his philosophic work on education as a practice of freedom, id... more »

Rebecca A London

Rebecca A London

Professor of Sociology and Faculty Director Campus + Community

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Schools and Academic Achievement, Community-based Research, Health and Wellness, School Reform and School Policy, Youth Studies, Sociology


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. Human Development and Social Policy, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, 1996 M.A. Economics, Northwestern University, 1994

Chris Benner

Chris Benner

Professor, Dorothy E. Everett Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship Chair, Director, Everett Program for Technology and Social Change, Director, Institute for Social Transformation

Environmental Studies Department, Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Urban studies, Labor and Social Movements, Sociology, Environmental Justice, Globalization, Community-based Research, Science and Technology, Social Justice, Political Economy of Development, Activism


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Chris Benner is the Dorothy E. Everett Chair in Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship, and a Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.  He currently directs the Everett Program for Technology and Social Change and the Institute for Social Transformation.  His research examines the relationships between technological change, regional development, and the structure of economic opportunity, focusing on regional labor markets... more »


Areas of expertise: Activism, African Diaspora, Agroecology and Agriculture, Climate Change, Community Studies, Colonialism, Community-based Research, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Justice, Environmental Studies, Indigenous Peoples, International Development, Latin American and Latino Studies, Marxism, Social Justice, Sustainability, Tropical Forest


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Juli Hazlewood is an Intercultural Geographer and activist, researcher, writer, and educator from Indiana (USA). She is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Roots & Routes IC, an organization dedicated to facilitating the sharing of cultural ways of knowing and compassion between diverse cultures en route to responsibly stewarding a flourishing living world.  For over two decades she has lived and walked with the Chachi, Awá, and Afro-descendant communities of Ecuador’s Pacific Northwes... more »

Amy Argenal

Amy Argenal

Assistant Teaching Professor of Community-Engaged Research and Learning

Sociology Department

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