The George Washington University has a number of experts from the Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD) available to discuss various education topics. Not sure where to begin? We can help you:
Dr. Ryan Watkins studies artifical intelligence (AI) and education, ethics and AI, and the improvement of learning with technology. In addition, he is interested in privacy issues with educational technology and the policies and ethical guidelines/framworks for AI applications in schools.
Dr. Dwayne Kwaysee Wright is assistant professor of higher education administration. His research and social activism seek to advance educational opportunity and equity for all students, particularly those historically oppressed and marginalized in American society. He can discuss how identity affects the experience in higher education. His areas of empirical research interest include access, diversity, and equity policies for underserved populations in higher education; the use and influence of social science research in/on law; undergraduate and professional Multicultural Greek Life; and critical race theory & critical pedagogy in post-secondary education. His legal research interest focuses primarily on education law, First Amendment jurisprudence and American equal protection theory.