Sociology Prof. Celeste Campos-Castillo along with Co-PI Prof. Linnea Laestadius from the Zilber School of Public Health will be conducting focus groups with a racially and ethnically diverse sample of adolescents to determine how best to design a chatbot. The… Read More
Read what Prof. Cary Costello had to say to USA Today about how bodies are framed as projects in social media today, in positive and in harmful ways.
Read the USA Today article.
“Religion has taken on a meaning such that even nonreligious people affiliate with it, because that meaning has become politicized,” O’Brien said.
Professor Cary Costello presents a talk on the manufacturing of sexual panics in order to deny rights to marginalized groups, focusing on the case of trans people.
Jennifer Jordan recently published a piece based on the research for her new book, and was also interviewed about it on the Good Beer Hunting podcast.
Daniel Bartholomay Ph.D. and UWM alumni from Sociology’s graduate program, has been chosen as this year’s Outstanding Faculty Speaker at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and gives a virtual talk about his research on November 11, 2020. Daniel shared the following message with his Sociology professors “This honor is in large part a result of the training and mentorship I received while at UWM, so I am excited to share this news with my alma mater!” We are very proud of Daniel’s recent successes!
Sociology Professor Celeste Campos-Castillo participates as the guest speaker on the WPR Radio station’s morning show
Sociology Professor Celeste Campos-Castillo participates as the guest speaker on the WPR Radio station’s morning show.
She discussed findings from her recent research on technology use during the COVID-19 pandemic, which appears in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, and The Journals of Gerontology: Series B.
Noelle’s 260 online course was selected as a model course through an initiative sponsored by the Online and Blended Teaching program.
In October 2019, UW-Milwaukee Professor Dr. Jennifer Jordan was interviewed at the Chicago History Museum for The Feast podcast. In the interview, she discusses her current book project about 19th-century hop growing and the central role that women played in the hop harvest.
In Conversation: Transgender Experiences and Artistic Expression
Milwaukee Art Museum Lubar Auditorium
700 N Art Museum Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Join Dr. Cary Gabriel Costello, Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of LGBT+ Studies at UW-Milwaukee, as he explores the relationship between transgender experiences and artistic expression. Dr. Costello’s talk will be followed by a Q&A with artists Jamie Nares and Ashley Altadonna.
Sponsored by Joseph Pabst
- Free for Members
- Free for Students
- Free with Museum admission