Associate Dean of Research, Public Engagement, and Faculty Development
Parks is a clinical psychologist and lawyer who researches fraternities as well as the relationship between race, bias, and the law.
Expert Areas: Unconscious Bias | Social Science | Racism | Psychology | HBCU | Greek Life | Fraternal Networks | Empirical Research | Cognitive Psychology | Civil Rights | Black Fraternities | Bias | Civil Procedure | Clinical Psychology | Criminal Justice | Fraternities | Forensic Psychology | Hazing | Jury Selection | Race Law | Social Justice | Sororities
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Pauca has combined his professional research and personal passion to improve the lives of people all over the world.
Expert Areas: Hyperspectral and LiDAR image analysis | Human-computer interfaces for disabilities | Mobile and pervasive devices | Computer Science Education | STEM and entrepreneurship | Pitt Hopkins Syndrome | Non-profit organization development | Parenting a Child with Special Needs
Associate Professor of Communication
Preim’s research focuses on connecting supportive interactions with cortisol recovery following a stressful experience.
Expert Areas: Dyadic stress and coping | Emotional support | Features of supportive communication | Physiological responses to supportive communications | Stress recovery | Emotional recovery
Director of Innocence and Justice Clinic
Rabil is an experienced advocate for the wrongfully convicted whose work led to the release and exoneration of Darryl Hunt.
Expert Areas: Trial Advocacy | Criminal Procedure | Litigation | Criminal Law | Wrongful Convictions | Innocence and Justice | Criminal Justice | Incarceration | Social Justice | Capital Defender | Racial Justice | Criminal Investigation
Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Economics
Regan focuses on issues facing the working poor, including how the inability to afford insurance protection affects decision-making.
Expert Areas: Poverty & Public Policy | Gentrification | Risk & Insurance | Economic Development | Local Communities | Income Inequality
Professor of Communication
Rogan is an internationally recognized expert on both international and domestic terrorism and hostage negotiation.
Expert Areas: Terrorism | Hostage Negotiations | Author Identification | Communication and Conflict | Crisis Negotiation | Counterterrorism | Interpersonal Communication
Professor of Law
Shapiro uses his expertise in administrative procedure to explain how and why politics, policy, and law impact regulatory decision-making.
Expert Areas: Crisis Management | Risk Regulation | Public Law | OSHA | Government Regulation | Energy Law | Administrative Law | Administrative Procedure | Regulatory Policy | Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill | Environmental Law | Health and Safety Protections | Occupational Safety and Health Administration | Regulation | Safety Recalls
Professor of Political Science & Director of the Latin American and Latino Studies Program
Siavelis' research currently focuses on electoral politics in Latin America, specifically candidate selection.
Expert Areas: Latin American Politics | Political Recruitment and Candidate Selection | U.S. Immigration | International Political Economy | Interamerican Relations | Democratic Institutional Design
Director of the Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability and Professor of Biology
Silman has been a leader in the sustainability movement since beginning his doctoral research more than 20 years ago.
Expert Areas: Tropical Ecology | Tropical Biodiversity | Community Ecology | Plant Evolution | Plant Ecology | Techniques in Mathematical Biology | Advanced Ecology | Sustainability | Climate Change
Professor of Sociology
Simon has conducted groundbreaking research regarding the impact of parenthood on adults’ happiness and health.
Expert Areas: Social Relationships and Health | Parenthood and Happiness | Gender Emotion and Mental Health | Women and Depression | Romantic Relationships
Wake Forest University’s Office of Communications and External Relations operates a fully equipped, professional television and radio studio to connect faculty members and campus newsmakers with global news media.
WFU News and Communications
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
AULA Blog (Center for Latin American & Latino Studies)