Vlad Perju is director of the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy and a tenured Associate Professor at BC Law, where he has been teaching since 2007. His primary research and teaching interests include the law of the European Union, comparative constitutional law and theory, international and comparative law, and jurisprudence.
Peter Marino is the Director for the Center for Centers. He is responsible for the overall management of the Center for Centers which provides finance management, human resources, and administrative services to the Clough Center and other designated centers and institutes across the University. He holds a BA in Communication from Boston College.
Shaylonda Barton is the Internal Grants Manager for the Center for Centers. She manages the application and award processes, assists in managing grant resources, facilitates reports, and provides grant administrative services to the Clough Center.
Susan Dunn serves as the Fiscal & Operations Administrator to the Center for Centers. She provides fiscal, HR, and administrative support to the Clough Center and other designated centers and institutes. Dunn holds a BS from Salve Regina University.
Gaurie Pandey provides web and communications services to the Clough Center as the Web Design and Communications Specialist at the Center for Centers. She holds a BA in Art & Art History from the University of Toronto and an Associate Degree in Interactive Multimedia and Design from the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning.
Stephanie Querzoli is the Program and Events Manager for the Center for Centers. She provides event support to the Clough Center and other designated centers and institutes on campus. She holds a BS in Communications from Boston University.