Michael O'Neal

Michael E. O’Neal is Senior Research Fellow at Island Resources Foundation, an organization with offices in Washington, D.C. and the Caribbean, whose central mission is to assist small islands to meet the challenges of social, economic and institutional growth while protecting and enhancing their environments. An anthropologist by training, Dr. O’Neal served as third President of the H. L. Stoutt Community College (British Virgin Islands), having previously also served as Vice...

Rosalba Nieto-Calleja

Arqlga. Rosalba Nieto Calleja, se ha dedicado los últimos 20 años a investigar los datos arqueológicos del Centro de México y de Palenque, Chiapas, México.  

Covadonga Prieto

Covadonga Lamar Prieto specializes in Sociolinguistics of the Spanish in the US. Her corpus-based research deals with Historical Spanish in California, with a focus on language change, dialectology and bilingualism. She is currently working on a book length project on the sociolinguistic situation of Spanish in Nineteenth-Century California. As she is also interested in the contemporary consequences of historical language contact, she leads two young projects, both UCR-funded: “Emotional...

Brian Strahl

Dr. Brian D. Strahl is an experienced research scientist in the field of chromatin biology and gene regulation, and currently conducts research and teaches at the University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Medicine.  Dr. Strahl initiated his lab at UNC at 2001, where he has published a wide number of significant studies into the function of histone post-translational modifications while also teaching and mentoring aspiring scientists who work in his laboratory. 

After earning an...


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