The Center is advised by dynamic and impactful researchers across disciplines. These thought leaders are committed to increasing moral understanding and to using science to transform society for the better.
Modupe Akinola is an Associate Professor of Management at Columbia Business School and an expert on how organizational demands affect an individual’s stress levels and performance.
Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi is an Assistant Professor in Psychology at the University of Virginia specializing in understanding why social group disparities persist.
Molly Crockett is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Yale specializing in neuroethics and impression formation.
Kate Klonick is a Professor of Law at St. John’s University specializing in the effect of technology on social norm enforcement.
Gordon Pennycook is an Assistant Professor of Behavioural Science at University of Regina and an expert on intuition and reason in decision-making and belief formation.
Juliana Schroeder is an Assistant Professor in the Management of Organizations group at Berkley Haas specializing in how people make inferences about other minds.
Molly Worthen is an Associate Professor of History at UNC specializing in North American religion and the culture wars, and a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times.