Chesley has identified four possible problems with automated hiring systems, and also has some possible solutions that may address some of their potential harms. Automation and the Great Resignation: Sociologist takes on hiring systems
Sociology’s Associate Prof. Cary Costello has been nominated for the 2021 Dr. PB Poorman Award for Outstanding Achievement on behalf of LGBTQ+People. Click here for more information about the Dr. P.B. Poorman Award.
Sociology Prof. Celeste Campos-Castillo and School of Public Health Prof. Linnea Laestadius receive funding for their new project
Together with a team of UWM students, Associate Professors Celeste Campos-Castillo and Linnea Laestadius are going to start a youth advisory board to 1) gather their input on developing research projects studying the impact of artificial intelligence (e.g., chat bots,… Read More
Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of LGBTQ+ Studies interviewed for an article on LGBTQ+ experiences during the pandemic
“Everyone has a tendency to avoid dealing with difficult issues, and in the U.S., a favored tactic for avoidance is staying busy. It is socially lauded for us to work long hours, leaving us limited time for personal lives that… Read More
Associate Professor Noelle Chesley to Sit on Panel: Using Data Wisely to Help Communities of Color: What you Need to Know
Friday, October 15th, 2021 12:00-1:00pm Zoom (Register Here) Download the PDF flyer for more information.
Professor Emeritus William Vélez has been honored with the 2020 American Sociological Association Latina/o Section Julian Samora Sociology Distinguished Career Award
Professor Emeritus William Vélez has been honored with the 2020 American Sociological Association Latina/o Section Julian Samora Sociology Distinguished Career Award. Click here for more information.