Associate Professor, School of Engineering, Computing & Construction Management
Jim Brunnhoeffer joined the faculty of Roger Williams University in 2005 after completing a 20+ year career as a U.S. Army officer in the Corps of Engineers with assignments in SouthEast Asia, Europe and the U.S. While at RWU, his main research activities have been investigation of the combined sewer system of Newport, RI, personal body armor for the individual, dismounted soldier, the economics of instituting a grass watering system from well feeds, and computer alogorithms to support instruction administration.
Associate Professor of Economics
Matthew Gregg is an Associate Professor of Economics at Roger Williams University, where he began as an Assistant Professor in 2005. Matt’s research focuses on economic history, applied econometrics, economic development, and, in particular, American Indian economic history.
Associate Professor of Economics, Mario J. Gabelli School of Business
Rupayan Gupta is Associate Professor of Economics at Roger Williams University, RI. His areas of expertise are Public Economics, Political Economy, and the Economics of Conflict. His research includes designing international institutions for global security, analysis of conflict in disputed regions, and the study of global remittance patterns.
Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management
Nicole Martino is an Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering, Computing, and Construction Management at Roger Williams University. Her academic areas of specialty include structural analysis and design of concrete and steel structures.
Engineering Program Coordinator and Professor, Engineering
Linda Ann Riley, Ph.D., is the Engineering Program Coordinator and Professor of Engineering for the School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management at Roger Williams University (RWU). Previously, she held the position of Associate Department Head for the Department of Industrial Engineering at New Mexico State University (NMSU). In addition, she served as the founder and Director of the Advanced Modeling and Simulation Laboratory at NMSU and Director of a university-wide economic development research center funded by the Department of Commerce.