James A. Anderson is the Dean for the Division of Undergraduate Studies and directs the Teaching Excellence Initiative for faculty at North Carolina State University. He has recently published one of the few handbooks for the formal assessment of diversity in higher education.
Richard W. Bishop is a Senior Consultant in the Applied Sciences Group of Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Inc. and a graduate student at the University of West Florida. His academic interest is culture and its influence on learning.
William T. Geary is Associate Professor of Business Administration at the College of William and Mary. His research interests include accounting education, behavioral accounting, and health care.
Robert L. Hewitt is Associate Professor of Social Work and Field Practicum Coordinator at Shippensburg University. He has published and presented a number of articles and papers on issues concerning adolescence, family models, family policy issues, and direct social work practice.
Leslie K. Hickcox is an Associate Faculty in the departments of Communication, Human Studies, and Learning Assessment at Marylhurst College. She has designed and implemented programs in higher and adult education since 1975 and has presented learning style workshops throughout the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.