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Leo Carroll

Research interest in policing, punishment and corrections, criminal justice policy.
Areas of expertise: criminals, criminology, ethnic relations, jail, law, legal, prison, race relations, services

Kathleen Castro

A fisheries researcher with Rhode Island Sea Grant, she is a leader in the study of lobster shell disease and lobster ecology.
Areas of expertise: environment, fisheries management, lobster shell disease, lobsters, ocean, shellfish

Bongsup Cho

Dr. Cho has studied the effects of environmental toxins such as cigarette smoke, diesel fumes, and charred meat on DNA mutation as potential triggers for cancer for more than 20 years.
Areas of expertise: cancer, cigarettes, dna damage and repair, genes, genetics, medicine, therapy

Emily Clapham

With a focus on motivation and physical activity for young children, Clapham has helped re-shape physical education in Rhode Island. She works closely with Special Olympics Rhode Island and other groups to add more substance to her adapted physical education courses, instructing University students how to work hands-on with students who have various disabilities.
Areas of expertise: adaptive physical education, kinesiology, science, wellness, youth exercise and nutrition

Dwight Coleman

Director of the Inner Space Center, he coordinates the technology involved in surveying underwater archaeological sites.
Areas of expertise: archaeology, ocean exploration, science, seafloor, technology

Donald Cunnigen

Expertise in the area of white southern liberalism and the American civil rights movement. Recently spoke at Harlem Book Fair on The Obama Administration’s Early Years: A Critique, based on a new book he co-edited, Race in the Age of Obama.
Areas of expertise: politics, race and ethnic relations, racism, social history, social inequity, social movements