Experts List

Experts for: About UNCG

Andrew Brod

Senior Research Fellow, Center for Business & Economic Research
PhD University of Minnesota
(336) 707-6439, AndrewBrod@uncg.edu

  • UNCG and the Triad Economy
  • State of the U.S. & N.C. Economies
  • Regional Economic Development
  • Home Furnishings Industry
  • Manufacturing and the New Economy
  • International Trade, Trade Barriers, Dumping, Trade Agreements
  • Using the Dixon Hughes Goodman Triad Business Index
  • The Economics of Economic-Development Incentives
  • The Global Economy

Roberto E. Campo

Professor, International & Global Studies
Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD University of Pennsylvania
(336) 334-3311, recampo@uncg.edu

  • Internationalizing the campus and our 21st century students
  • Bringing Asian Studies to our students and the greater-Greensboro community
  • French Culture, History, Literature
  • Phi Beta Delta International Scholars Honor Society

Kimberly Cuny

Lecturer, Communication Studies
Director, University Speaking Center
MA The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 256-1346, kmcuny@uncg.edu

  • Storytelling
  • The University Speaking Center at UNCG

Nancy Doll

Director, Weatherspoon Art Museum
MA The University of Iowa
(336) 334-5770, nmdoll@uncg.edu

  • Collections & Programs of the Weatherspoon Art Museum
  • Censorship in the Arts
  • The Current State of Museums - Challenges, funding
  • Creativity

James Fisher

Professor & Department Head, Theatre
MFA The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 334-4112, ajfisher@uncg.edu

  • Topics Relating to Theater & Drama
  • American Film
  • The UNCG Theatre Program
  • Theatre Censorship

Keith Phelan Gorman

Head of Special Collections and University Archives, University Libraries
PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
(336) 334-3136, k_gorman@uncg.edu

  • Holdings in UNCG Special Collections and University Archives
  • The History of UNCG and Greensboro
  • Impact of Museums and Archives on History and Community Memory
  • Photographs and Monuments and their Role in Collective Memory

Robert Hansen

Professor, Theatre
PhD University of Minnesota
(336) 334-3186, rchansen@uncg.edu

  • Theatre & Theatre History
  • Programs in the College of Arts & Sciences

Daniel J. C. Herr

Professor & Department Chair, Nanoscience
Director, The JSNN-Gateway Nanomanufacturing Innovation Consortium
PhD University of California, Santa Cruz
(336) 285-2862, djherr@uncg.edu

  • Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, and Nanomaterials
  • Sustainable Manufacturing and Nanomanufacturing
  • Advanced Semiconductor Technologies
  • The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

Beth Ann Koelsch

Curator of the Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project, University Archives
MLS The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(336) 334-5838, bakoelsc@ung.edu

  • Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Histocial Project
  • Women in the U.S. Military

Thomas Kwapil

Associate Dean for Research, College of Arts & Sciences
Professor, Psychology
PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
(336) 256-0003, t_kwapil@uncg.edu

  • Schizophrenia
  • Research in the College Arts & Sciences

Erin Lawrimore

University Archivist, University Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives
MLIS University of Texas at Austin
(336) 256-4038, erlawrim@uncg.edu

  • University History
  • Archives and Archiving

Hannah Rose Mendoza

Assistant Professor, Interior Architecture
MFA Florida State University
(336) 256-0306, hrmendoz@uncg.edu

  • Design and Social Justice
  • The Global Studio Project
  • Women and Design
  • Minorities and Design

William M. Nelson

Professional Librarian & Cello Music Cataloger, University Libraries
MA University of York, England
(336) 334-5781, wmnelson@uncg.edu

  • Special Music Collections As Cultural Resources
  • The Largest Collection of Cello Music in the World: Why UNCG?
  • Cello & Classical Guitar

Fred Patrick

Director, Facilities Design & Construction
MS University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(336) 334-5269, fred_patrick@uncg.edu

  • Architecture at UNCG
  • Structural Engineering

Terri L. Shelton

Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development
Carol Jenkins Mattocks Distinguished Professor, Psychology
PhD Purdue University
(336) 256-0426, tlshelto@uncg.edu

  • Community and Economic Engagement Efforts at UNCG
  • The role of research in universities
  • Engaging in partnerships that bridge research, policy, and evidence-based practice
  • Capacity building of communities, youth, families, service providers, researchers, and policymakers to ensure the health and well-being of youth, families, and communities
  • Social emotional development of young children
  • Focused deterrence efforts to reduce violence

Bryan Toney

Associate Vice Chancellor for Economic Development and Corporate Engagement, Office of Research and Economic Development
MS Georgia Institute of Technology
(336) 256-1298, bctoney@uncg.edu

  • Role of UNCG in regional economic development
  • Growing the regional entrepreneurial ecosystem
  • Leveraging international talent from local colleges and universities