Henry Brady

Henry Brady

Professor of political science and public policy, dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy

Areas of expertise: Elections, politics, government.

Jack Citrin

Jack Citrin

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: U.S. politics, public opinion and elections. The Jack Citrin Center for Public Opinion Research conducts research on important long-term issues facing California and the nation.

Steven Fish

Steven Fish

Political science professor

Politics in Russia, Central Asia, Eurasia and Eastern Europe.

Bruce Fuller

Bruce Fuller

Professor of education and public policy in the Graduate School of Education

Areas of expertise: education and public policy, diverse forms of schooling such as charter schools, early learning, socialization of Latino children.

Jack Glaser

Jack Glaser

Professor

Areas of expertise: Social psychology; criminal justice, including police "implicit bias" and police reform; political psychology; stereotyping; prejudice and discrimination. Author of "Suspect Race: Causes & Consequences of Racial Profiling" (Oxford University Press, 2014).

Patrick Gonzalez

Patrick Gonzalez

Associate Adjunct Professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management

Climate change, forest ecology, wildfire, national parks, ecosystem carbon, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

George Lakoff

George Lakoff

Emeritus professor of linguistics and cognitive science, director of the Center for the Neural Mind and Society

Areas of expertise: language and conceptual systems, research into metaphorical thought and how thought is embodied.

Jane McAlevey

Jane McAlevey

senior policy fellow, Center for Labor Research and Education

An author and scholar of the labor movement, with lengthy experience as an organizer. She is the author of "Raising Expectations and Raising Hell" (Verso Books, 2012); "No Shortcuts - Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age" (Oxford University Press, 2016): and "A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organizing, and the Fight for Democracy" (Ecco Press, 2020).

Michael Nacht

Michael Nacht

Thomas and Alison Schneider Professor of Public Policy

Areas of expertise: international relations and public policy, national security policy, public management.

john a. powell

john a. powell

Professor of Law and of African American Studies, Director of Othering and Belonging Institute

Civil rights, racism, poverty, inequality, democracy.

Eric Schickler

Eric Schickler

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: Congress, American political development, political parties.

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.

Philip  Stark

Philip Stark

Professor of statistics

Areas of interest: ballot integrity, auditing results of close elections; adjustments to the census, overcount and errors in the census, and inferences from large data sets.

Laura Stoker

Laura Stoker

Professor of political science

Expertise: American politics, political behavior, political psychology, public opinion, voting and elections.

Steven  Weber

Steven Weber

Professor of political science, School of Information

Areas of expertise: International politics and business; the information economy; cybersecurity; behavioral economics in Information systems.