Caniglia was a full time economics professor at Franklin & Marshall from 1982 to 1999 at which time he joined the administration. His current role as Vice President for Planning includes, in addition to the obvious planning work for F&M, researching and implementing policies regarding access, success, demonstrating the values of a liberal arts education, and how students make decisions regarding attending a college or university.
Nabil Al-Najjar is the John L. and Helen Kellog Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences and Chair of the MEDS department. His research focuses on game theory and decision making under ambiguity. More recently, he studied collective decisions in environments with fundamental or scientific uncertainty (such as uncertainties about climate change, medical treatments, and national security). He designed and taught programs for the leadership of the FBI, and medical organizations such as the American Orthopedic Association and the Radiology Leadership Institute.
Aldo Rustichini is Professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota. He is Fellow of the Econometric Society, and member of the Game Theory Council. He is associate Editor in several international Journals (Journal of Mathematical Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, PLOS One). He is coordinating and directing research groups in the USA, in UK (University of Cambridge) and Italy (Bocconi University). His research interests are in Game Theory, Decision Theory, Experimental Economics and Neuroeconomics.