David Campbell, a political scientist, is associate dean for
social/human sciences in the College of Agricultural and
Environmental Sciences, University of California, Davis.
Campbell was raised in Tennessee and New Jersey, and received a
bachelor’s degree (1978) in political science from Westminster
College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. He holds a master’s
degree from The Ohio State University (1980) and a doctoral
degree from the University of Oregon (1984), both also in
Katherine Conger received her degree in Sociology from Iowa State
University in 1993. Her research focuses on the quality and
course of sibling relationships; interpersonal processes in
families emphasizing the linkages between family stress and
adolescent adjustment; and observational research methods.
Rand Conger received his degree in Sociology from the University
of Washington in 1976. His research focuses on social and
economic stress; life course development; family interaction
processes; and family research methods.
Deb Niemeier received her degree in Civil and Environmental
Engineering from the University of Washington in 1994. Her
research focuses on the impact of low income families’ access to
transport on jobs, healthcare, and schools.
Nicole Woolsey Biggart joined the Graduate School of Management
in 1981 as one of the School’s first faculty members. On June 1,
2010, she assumed the Chevron Chair in Energy Efficiency, which
directs the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center. She served as dean
of the Graduate School of Management from July 1, 2003, to June
30, 2009. She held the Jerome J. and Elsie Suran Chair in
Technology Management from 2002 to June 2010.