The Department of Sociology’s Noelle Chesley has teamed with Jake Luo, and W. Hobart Davies “to create TecHealth, an initiative that aims to harness and develop regional, inter-institutional and transdisciplinary research strength to solve problems at the intersection of health and technology.”
UWM Department of Sociology’s Noelle Chesley was quoted in the article “Wisconsin company holds ‘chip party’ to microchip workers.” Chesley stated that microchips and other body technologies are “the wave of the future.” The article (by Jeff Baenen) appeared in …
The research of the UWM Department of Sociology’s Noelle Chesley is highlighted on the new blog “Work in Progress: Sociology on the economy, work and inequality.” The theme of Professor Chesley’s research article is what the experiences of breadwinner workers tell us about work (and home).
In a recent article on the Huffington Post, Emily Peck writes about Associate Professor Noel Chesley’s research on stay-at-home fathers. The article is entitled “Only 6 American men were identified as stay-at-home dads in the 1970s. Today, It’s a different story”