Prakash Dheeriya, Ph.D. Title: Professor of Finance Department: Finance and Accounting Areas of Expertise Finance, Financial Planning, Stock Markets-International Professional Background Dr. Dheeriya has taught finance at all levels for over 25 years. His popular series of children's books, Finance for Kidz, explains complicated financial concepts through children's stories. Dheeriya speaks at professional conferences, rotary clubs, practitioner conferences and academic conferences on various financial topics. Education Ph. D. Finance, University of North Texas (1987) M.M.S. Finance, University of Bombay B.Com., University of Bombay Languages English, Sindhi, ... Read More
Directory of CSUDH Experts
California State University, Dominguez Hills has exceptional scholars and educators who are among the most distinguished experts in their fields. The CSUDH Experts Guide is an online resource and tool that identifies faculty, administrators, and staff who offer special knowledge, informed opinions, and noteworthy perspectives on current and unique topics, and who are willing to speak with journalists.
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Susan Einbinder, Ph.D. Title: Associate Professor Department: Social Work Areas of Expertise Social Work, Diversity, Child Welfare, Family Issues, Mental Health, Multiculturalism, Multicultural Issues, Poverty, Unemployment, Public Administration, Public Policy, Women’s Issues, Welfare. Professional Background Dr. Einbinder has published research in peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Children and Poverty and Journal of Interdisciplinary Research. She has substantive research and scholarship in poverty measurement, poverty reduction, social policy, improving research instruction for graduate students, and building a research infrastructure for the social work ... Read More
Nancy Erbe, J.D., L.L.M. Title: Professor Department: Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding Areas of Expertise Conflict Resolution, Crime, Criminal Justice, Cross Cultural Collaboration, Peace Building, Cultural & Linguistic Diversity, Literacy Learning, Distance Learning, Diversity, Education, Cooperative Learning, Education, Multicultural Competencies, Gangs, Interdisciplinary Studies, Labor Relations, Legal Writing, Multiculturalism, Multicultural Issues, Negotiation, Conflict Management & Peacebuilding, Special Education, Women’s Issues. Professor Erbe is the author of Approaches to Managing Organizational Diversity and Innovation (IGI Global, 2014), ... Read More
M.C. Kate Esposito, Ph.D. Title: Professor Department: Special Education Areas of Expertise Bilingual Education, Bullying, Children’s Issues, Disability Issues, Education, Education Reform, Special Education, Teacher Education. Professional Background Dr. Esposito conducts and publishes research in the areas of teacher preparation, bullying, inclusion, inclusive practices for diverse learners, and multi-tiered systems of intervention. She has conducted workshops in the areas of bullying, inclusion, response to intervention, and complying with special education law. She worked in K-12 schools for more than a decade and holds multiple subject and mild/moderate teaching ... Read More
Paul Fornelli, Ed.D. Title: Assistant Professor Department: Communications Areas of Expertise Digital Media Production, Historical/Cultural Impact of Media, Organizational Leadership, and Social Media Use in Nonprofit Organizations Professional Background Fornelli doctorate dissertation study in organizational leadership focused on the use of social media in nonprofit organizations, which have published in both a business and academic journals. He owns the production company, Blatant Image Group, specializing in live event production and marketing promotions. Fornelli’s most recent work was a documentary on the Manzanar Internment Camp, “And Then They Came For Us,” produced in ... Read More