Below is a list of current Visiting Professors. View a list of former Visiting Professors.
Visiting Professor of the Practice of Race and Ethnicity, CSREA and the School of Public Health, Brown University
Ronald Aubert is Visiting Professor of the Practice of Race and Ethnicity, CSREA and The School of Public Health. He is also a Faculty Director of the Presidential Scholars Program at Brown University. Prior to joining Brown he worked as Director of Research Strategy in the Data Generation and Observational Studies group at Bayer Healthcare, LLC; Chief Science Officer and lead scientist for Research and Evaluation Analytics, LLC; Vice President of Advanced Analytics in Medco Health Solutions’ Department of Advanced Clinical Services and Research; Senior Health Care Analyst at the Aetna Center for Health Care Research; and a Commander for the U.S. Public Health Service, Chief of the Epidemiology Section, Division of Diabetes Translation at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Visiting Scholar in Race and Ethnicity, Associate Professor in the English Department at Wayne State University
Sarika Chandra specializes in the areas of Twentieth and Twenty-First Century American Studies, Globalization Studies, Race and Ethnic Studies with emphasis on Comparative Racialization, Im/Migration, Imperialism, Critical Theory, Environmental and Food Politics. She is the author of Dislocalism: The Crisis of Globalization and the Remobilizing of Americanism.
Visiting Scholar in Race and Ethnicity in America, CSREA
Ester Trujillo is a professor of Latin American and Latino studies at DePaul University in Chicago. She is an interdisciplinary scholar of Central American immigrant integration with a broad interest in race and ethnicity, youth, and media production. Her current book project Becoming Salvi: Crafting Ethnic Identity in the Salvadoran Diaspora examines the processes that inform the development of ethno-racial identity among Salvadorans in Southern California.