Professor Noelle Chesley talks with UWM Today about how our digital lives are deeply connected with our social experiences.
The Health Affairs online journal recently published the research article “Who Isn’t Using Patient Portals And Why? Evidence And Implications From A National Sample Of U.S. Adults” with Sociology’s Celeste Campos-Castillo as co-author, December 2018.
Daniel Bartholomay, Sociology Doctoral Dissertator, served as an academic expert for a discussion of the “Rainbow Wave” on WPR’s “The Morning Show” on September 27th.
UWM Sociology Professor Gordon Gauchat talks about the relationship between distrust in climate scientists and being skeptical of climate change and mitigation policies.
Noelle Chesley, Associate Professor of Sociology, along with UWM colleagues Anne Dressel, John Berges, and Helen Meier, discuss the lead exposure in the City of Milwaukee’s water system and how the city should solve the issue in the recent article “How City Should Solve Lead in Water” from Urban Milwaukee.