Richard Crago, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC:  Role of engineers in society; engineering ethics and sustainability.

JiaJia Dong,  Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Opinion and cooperation dynamics; evolution in social groups; rationality in decision making.

Christopher Ellis, Associate Professor of Political Science. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: American public opinion; Political representation and equality; Campus politics.

William R. Gruver, Howard I Scott Chair in Global Commerce, Strategy and Leadership, College of Management. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Ethics within the capital markets; leadership as a change agent.

Peter Mark Jansson, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Faculty Director of the Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Interdisciplinary issues of sustainability (environmental, social, economic), cosmology and natural law.

Michael Johnson-Cramer,  Associate Professor of Global Strategy & Ethics, Freeman College of Management. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Business and society; American constitutionalism and business values; business and human rights.

Alexander T. Riley, Professor of Sociology. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Social and political theory, history and sociology of political ideas and intellectuals, political sociology, American cultural and political history.

Alfred Kentigern Siewers, Associate Professor of English and Affiliate Faculty in Environmental Studies; William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion and Public Life, James Madison Program, Princeton. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Natural law in public rhetoric and literature; Christian poetics related to ideas of freedom and justice;  literary resistance to totalitarianism.

Jennifer Silva, Assistant Professor of Sociology. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Inequality and social mobility; political culture; narrative; transitions to adulthood.

Janice Traflet, Associate Professor, College of Management. Scholarly and Teaching Interests in BPALC: Evolving ideas of democratic capitalism; stock market history; history of the Cold War.