TIP: Many universities compile their own faculty expert databases, listing their faculty researchers and their interest areas.
Try searching in a web search engine (e.g. Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, etc.) using and combining search terms like: 'research,' 'faculty,' 'expert,' 'database,' the name of the university, and 'site:.edu.' Example:
No matter where you find a source is listed, check them out. Do your due diligence so that you are not embarrassed later.
Run a Google search and a news clip search to look for any controversies, and also see what expert has said about your subject in the past to look for glaring inaccuracies or bias exhibited.
-- Content adapted from CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Research Center's Finding Experts guide.