- Gregory Wolniak
New York University
GREGORY WOLNIAK, PhD, is Director of the Center for Research on Higher Education Outcomes and a clinical associate professor of Higher Education at New York University. Dr. Wolniak’s scholarship and writing aim to advance our understanding of education in society and the role of the higher education system in influencing student access, opportunity, and development. A common theme in his scholarship is the examination of points of transition, including pathways into college, as well as socioeconomic and labor market outcomes that result from the college experience. Wolniak’s recent publications have appeared in the High School Journal (An Examination of the Moderating Effects of the High School Socioeconomic Context on College Enrollment, 2014, Vol. 97), Review of Higher Education (College Student Engagement and Early Career Earnings: Differences by Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Academic Preparation, 2013, Vol. 36), and Teachers College Record (College Student Pathways to the STEM Disciplines, 2013, Vol. 115).
- Panagiotis (Panos) Rekoutis
New York University
PANAGIOTIS (PANOS) REKOUTIS, PhD, has been working for two decades with children, adolescents, and young adults with various forms of developmental delays and learning difficulties in the United States and abroad. His scholarly work includes numerous lectures, presentations, and professional workshops, as well as teaching courses at New York University, Long Island University, and A.T Still University. Dr. Rekoutis is the co-founder of ReDiscoverKids, a private practice that focuses on the successful reframing of lifestyles and empowering disadvantaged individuals through clinical assessment, intervention, and consultation regardless of age or adversity. His research interest focuses on modalities of recovery and rebuilding contexts that can accommodate personal needs and goals for individuals with a variety of adversities. One of his recent publications includes: Rekoutis, P. A., (2013). Parents of Children with Autism: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AG & Co. KG, ISBN 13: 9783659144165.