William Armaline is the founder of the Human Rights Minor Program, Director of the Human Rights Institute, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences [SISS] at San José State University. His formal training and professional experience spans sociology, education, and human rights. Dr. Armaline’s interests, applied work, and scholarly publications address social problems as they relate to political economy, environmental sustainability, human rights, racism and anti-racist action, critical pedagogy and transformative education, inequality and youth, mass incarceration, and drug policy reform. Please follow him and all things Human Rights at SJSU on the HRI website (www.sjsu.edu/hri) and on Twitter (@SJSUHumanRights).
Stan Malos is a professor of management, specializing in human resource management in the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business. He holds a law degree from UCLA and doctoral degree from Purdue University. His teaching and research include employment discrimination, professional career mobility and related legal issues.
Meghna Virick is a professor of business specializing in human resource management. She holds a doctoral degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in HR management/organizational behavior. Virick worked in HR at multiple organizations for six years before returning to academia. Her research focuses on unemployment/underemployment and gender and race related issues in HR practices, such as talent and succession planning. Her focus on diversity emphasizes issues that affect women and older workers.