Jonathan Miller is a professor and chair in the Department of Geology at the College of Science. His research interests include understanding the behavior of volcanoes, how magma systems work, their subterranean magnetic underpinnings, as well as the interactions of tectonics and magmatism. He has worked in diverse areas of the Western United States on both ancient (Sierra Nevada, North Cascades, Mojave Desert) and active systems (Coso, Mono Craters). He holds a doctoral degree in geology from the University of North Carolina.
Katherine Wilkinson is a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. She runs a neurophysiology research lab focused on understanding how your body senses muscle movement, a sense essential for normal movement and balance, which is perturbed in many diseases. Wilkinson holds a doctoral degree in biomedical sciences from the University of California, San Diego. She is also the current chair of the American Physiological Society’s Science Policy Committee.
Sheryl Ehrman is the dean of the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering. She holds a doctoral degree in chemical engineering (in the major field of aerosol science and technology and the minor field of atmospheric science) from the University of California, Los Angeles.