advancing the study of unidentified aerospace phenomena through interdisciplinary dialogue
Finding Pathways Forward Through Interdisciplinary Dialogue
The Society for UAP Studies is firmly committed to bringing together thinkers, ideas, and research from both the humanities and from STEM. We believe that only when scientific and humanistic pursuits keep close company will there be true progress on the most difficult of problems humanity faces. The UAP phenomenon is no different — it especially benefits from having a plurality of minds engaged in disciplined debate.
Our Advisory Board reflects this vision.
Our Board of Advisors works closely with the President of the Society and its Board of Directors. The function of the Advisory Board is to ensure that the Society is steered in an academically and empirically responsible direction, consistent with its overarching mission and goals.
Greg Eghigian, Ph.D.
Prof. of History & Bioethics
Penn State University
Kevin H. Knuth, Ph.D.
Prof. of Physics
State University of New York, Albany | UAPx
Erling Strand, Ph.D.
Prof. of Computer Science & Communications
Østfold University College, Norway
Beatriz Villarroel, Ph.D.
Nordic Institute of Physics, Sweden
Stephen Finley, Ph.D.
Inaugural Chair & Assoc. Prof. of African and African American Studies
Louisiana State University
Tim Murithi, Ph.D.
Extradordinary Prof. of African Studies
University of Free State, South Africa | ICER
Massimo Teodorani, Ph.D.
Galileo Project | SCU
Wesley Watters, Ph.D.
Assoc. Prof. & Chair of Astronomy
Wellesley College | Galileo Project
Professeur certifié d'arts plastiques
Ministere de l'education nationale et de la Jeunesse, rectorat de l'académie de Reims
Filipe Nascimento, Ph.D.
Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Research Fellow
University College London, U.K.
Michael E. Zimmerman, Ph.D.
Prof. Emeritus of Philosophy
University of Colorado, Boulder