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Areas of expertise: Human Computer Interaction, Social Networks, Cognitive Science, Digital Media, Health and Wellness


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., St. Andrews University, Scotland B.A., University of Cambridge, England M.A. University of Cambridge, England  

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

Linda MacDonald Glenn

Linda MacDonald Glenn

Founding Director, Center for Applied Values and Ethics in Advanced Technologies (CAVEAT), Continuing Lecturer

Crown College

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Linda MacDonald Glenn

lmglenn@ucsc.edu

802-999-8678


Areas of expertise: Ethics, Law and Policy, Science and Technology, Health and Wellness, Philosophy of Mind, Animal-Human Relationships, Environmental Justice, Social Justice, Women's Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Linda MacDonald Glenn, JD, LLM, is an ethicist, futurist, educator and attorney-at-law with over 30 years of experience in private and public sectors across multiple industries including exponential technology, healthcare, government, education, business ethics and futures forecasting. She is an internationally renowned thought leader, keynote speaker, writer, seminar developer/presenter, with a large body of published work in peer reviewed journals. She is frequently quoted in the media fo... more »

Matt Sparke

Matt Sparke

Professor, Co-Director of Global and Community Health

Politics Department, Global & Community Health

Areas of expertise: Capitalism, Globalization, Border Studies, Critical Theory, Health and Wellness, Disease and Immunity, Death/Mortality Studies, Discrimination and Inequality, International and Global Affairs, Political Economy of Development


Biography, Education and Training

Matt Sparke is a Professor of Politics at UCSC. He was was born in Tonbridge, England in 1967. He was educated at a state comprehensive school in Tunbridge Wells, then at the University of Oxford (where David Harvey was his main mentor), and then at the University of British Columbia (where Derek Gregory was his PhD advisor). He joined the faculty in International Studies and Geography at the University of Washington in 1995.  After 22 years in Seattle, he move... more »

Jaimie Morse

Jaimie Morse

Assistant Professor

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Sociology, Legal Studies, Science and Technology, Health and Wellness, Human Rights


Biography, Education and Training

2018-19. Postdoctoral Associate in Global Health, Yale University   2018. Ph.D. Department of Sociology, Northwestern University   2006. M.P.H. Department of Community Health Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles   1998. B.A. Departments of Political Science and Economics, University of California, Berkeley  

Alicia R. Riley

Alicia R. Riley

Assistant Professor & Core Faculty in Global and Community Health Program

Sociology Department, Latin American & Latino Studies

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https://campusdirectory.ucsc.edu/detail.php?&uid=ariley3


Areas of expertise: Health and Wellness, Discrimination and Inequality, Death/Mortality Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Postdoctoral Scholar, Department Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UC San Francisco PhD in Sociology, University of Chicago MA in Sociology, University of Chicago MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MA in Latin American Studies, Stanford University BA w/ Honors in Human Biology, Stanford University

Danny Rahal

Danny Rahal

Assistant Professor

Psychology Department

Areas of expertise: Health and Wellness, Child and Adolescent Development


Biography, Education and Training

Danny Rahal is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department and an affiliate of the interdisciplinary Global and Community Health Program. Dr. Rahal completed his undergraduate training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in psychology and biochemistry under the mentorship of Drs. Beth Kurtz-Costes and Vanessa Volpe (currently at NC State University). He received additional training from Dr. Stephen Porges’ lab, primarily under Dr. Greg Lewis. Dr. Rahal then completed... more »


Areas of expertise: Health and Wellness, Microbiology, Disease and Immunity


Biography, Education and Training

I conduct evidence-based and policy-relevant research to advance programs that promote nutrition and environmental justice in low-resource settings. Using a Developmental Origins of Health and Disease framework, my research focuses on the role of the exposome in the biological embedding of childhood adversity. Major areas of my research include early childhood nutrition, water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions, environmental enteric dysfunction, infectious diseases, stress physiology, ... more »

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