Roosevelt University Faculty Experts

Roosevelt expert can discuss changing abortion landscape and its impact on families

As changes to abortion policies sweep U.S. states, pitting sides staunchly against one another, a Roosevelt University professor can weigh in on factors shaping the debate, including rhetoric, discourse and legal history. Marjorie Jolles, a Roosevelt University associate professor of women’s and gender studies, has studied changing attitudes and political tactics on abortion since the…

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Coping with Teacher Shortages: Roosevelt expert can discuss policies and solutions

Recent state and national studies show that teacher shortages are a growing issue, particularly in schools serving diverse student populations. Tom Philion, a veteran English educator and dean of the College of Education at Roosevelt University, is an expert on developing new policies and programs for addressing workforce shortages in schools in Chicago and beyond….

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Roosevelt University’s faculty political experts available for media

As local elections take place, Roosevelt University faculty members are always available to speak on a variety of timely topics related to elections and the political environment in general. Our experts include: Ralph Martire, Arthur Rubloff Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration Ralph Martire is the Rubloff Endowed Professor of Public Policy at Roosevelt…

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Roosevelt University faculty experts on taxes available for media

As Tax Day deadlines for filing state and federal taxes approach every year, and financial legislature continues to affect businesses locally and nationally, faculty members from Roosevelt University’s Heller College of Business are available to provide tips and answer questions regarding tax filings, refunds, and more. Roosevelt University experts include: Jefferson Haskins, adjunct professor, accounting…

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Roosevelt University faculty experts available to share views on immigration topics

As the many issues regarding U.S. immigration continue to percolate, Roosevelt University can make available experts who can inform varying facets of the debate. Roosevelt University experts include: Priscilla Archibald, associate professor, Spanish and coordinator, Hispanic Studies History of immigration to the U.S. Literature of immigrant communities Citizenship Bethany Barratt, professor of political science Human…

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Roosevelt University environmental experts available for media

As environmental legislature passes through government, and discussions of environmental sustainability and more take place locally and nationally, members of the Roosevelt University faculty are available to speak on a variety of timely topics related to events like Earth Day, the environment and sustainability. Roosevelt University experts include: Bethany Barratt, professor, political science Politics of…

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