William Schwab

William Schwab is a professor of sociology and the former dean of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville.  Schwab has conducted research on topics such as Urban change on the neighborhood level, Rural health care and development, Developing graduate programs and training in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) in Jordan, Applying CRM to economic development of sustainable tourism in Northern Jordan. Schwab has also published numerous documents and books to only mention “Right to DREAM: Immigration Reform and America’s Future,” which explores key issues surrounding the bipartisan legislation known as the DREAM Act. Personal stories of undocumented youth are woven throughout the book, which advocates for the economic, political and social benefits of the DREAM Act that would bring undocumented youth out of the shadows and into the mainstream of society.