Dr. Stephanie Wilson is Applied Worldwide’s co-founder and Director of Research Services. She earned her Ph.D. in Sociology from Purdue University after first receiving her M.A. degree in Applied Sociology from the University of Northern Colorado (UNCO). She conducts research on health inequalities in the US and globally, writing about issues such as provider-patient interactions, pain assessment biases, social stigma, and intersectionality in healthcare. She has been teaching sociology at the college level for nearly a decade and loves empowering students with sociological knowledge and skills. She is currently an adjunct instructor at her alma mater, UNCO, where she is teaching classical and contemporary social theory courses online. Dr. Wilson is also a dance educator, choreographer, and performer and believes that art and travel are some of the best ways to learn about society. You can connect with her on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more from Dr. Wilson:
Health and Medicine
- Are we Worrying about Monkeypox Wrong?
- The Sociology of Health Care and Evidence-based Medicine
- What is the Social Construction of Health and Illness?
- Analysis of Sociology Jobs in the Healthcare Industry
- Implicit Bias And Pain: Results of One Sociological Study
- Reproductive Justice as the Only Way Forward
- Medical Sociology: Applying Sociology in Health
- External Threats and Social Solidarity in the Hospital
- Pelvic Pain meets Sociology in this Podcast Episode
- Online Sociology Assignments: Student-Centered Workbooks
- The Sociological Imagination and Thanksgiving
- Addressing Public Shaming in the Sociology Classroom
- Public Sociology Assignment: Blog Writing Best Practices
- What is Applied Sociology? History, Definition, and Jobs
- Applied Sociology Assignment: Strategic Planning Video
- The Sociology of Gender and How it can be Applied
- How the #FreeBritney Movement Exposes Institutional Flaws
- The Social Dilemma or The Capitalist Dilemma?
- Little Fires Everywhere: A Sociological Conversation
- A Virtual Dance Community Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Sociology and Dance: Reflections on Bartenieff Fundamentals
- The Glocalization of Something: UNESCO Creative Cities
- Seasonal Altruism Defined: Case of “The Christmas Spirit”
- The Sociology of Halloween: Urban Legends and Cannabis-infused Candy
- Public Trust in Research: An applied perspective
- Graduate Student Mental Health in Sociology
- Sociological Knowledge: Power and Emotional Labor
- The Sociological Imagination of Droughts: A Social History