Associate professor, communication arts
Expert on children and media, pro-social/educational TV, media use among older adults
Professor and Chair, Department of Life Sciences Communication
Expert on media, science and policy; science and social media; public understanding of science; risk communication; science and fake news
Taylor-Bascom Chair in Science Communication and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Life Sciences Communication
Expert on public opinion, science emerging technologies, new media and politics
Professor emerita, communication arts; director, Center for Communication Research
Expert on the psychological impact of the media on the emotions and thoughts of children and adults
Professor, psychology and psychiatry
Expert on identification of risk factors for psychotic disorders, especially schizophrenia, as well as media and mental illness
Professor emeritus, telecommunications, professional development and applied studies
Telecommunications policy, Internet utilization, cable television regulation, media industries
Professor emerita, journalism and mass communication
Expert on public understanding of science, particularly the role of mass media science, environment and health messages in serving as a catalyst for knowledge gain.
James E. Burgess Chair in Journalism Ethics; Director, Center for Journalism Ethics; Associate Professor
Expert in media ethics, journalism, strategic communication/marketing, First Amendment, free expression, emerging technologies, social media
Assistant professor, journalism and mass communication
Expert on effects of exposure to media violence, with a focus on children's reactions
Professor, educational psychology
Expert on social development, social transitions, and social media use during adolescence and young adulthood.
Professor of Genetics
Expert on cell division in animal cells, characterized the midbody (new organelle), uses scientific art for outreach, social media and science engagement expert
Professor, media and cultural studies, communication arts
Expert on contemporary television, audiences, comedy and convergence
Faculty associate, journalism and mass communication
Expert in visual storytelling, broadcast and print news reporting, writing for media, audio storytelling and podcasting.
Emeritus lecturer, Life Sciences Communication
Expert on the media, the role of journalism in public policy debate, public relations and its role in public dialogue
Assistant professor of English
Research covers rhetoric and digital culture, Wikipedia, networked software, blogging and wikis
Faculty associate and director of undergraduate studies, life sciences communication
Expert on digital communication strategies, social media, Twitter marketing strategy, web design
Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Expert on elections, media, American politics, polarization, political communication, political behavior, public opinion, religion and politics, redistricting
Expert within media studies on race/ethnicity and activism
Assistant professor, journalism & mass communication
Expert on new media and fact-checking in journalism and politics
Professor, School of Journalism & Mass Communication; Faculty Affiliate, Department of Political Science
Expert on foreign interference on digital media, election integrity, political campaigns/political advertising on digital media, microtargeting, data-driven politics
Associate Professor of Pediatrics; Director, MD-MPH Dual-Degree Program; Medical Director, Physician Assistant Program
Expert on early literacy in children, child health advocacy, public health and medical education.
Professor, computer sciences
Expert on data management, now called big data. Also, an entrepreneur.
Senior Marketing Manager, WIDA at WCER in the School of Education
Expert on strategic communications, national conferences, public relations, marketing, and military radio and TV broadcasting.
Clinical professor, consumer science, School of Human Ecology
Expert on how we try to buy happiness, find meaning & seek success. Purpose, thriving, wellness & well-being for Millennials, Gen Z, men/women, couples, families.
Professor and director undergraduate studies, life sciences communication
Specializes in visual media communication, how neuroscience supports interdisciplinary theories of visual imagery and impact on media messages, audiences.
Associate professor, English; Faculty Affiliate, Center for Culture, History, and Environment
Expert on Shakespeare, the history of papermaking, and the environmental history of books
Assistant Professor, French & Italian Department
Expert on West African, French, and Hollywood cinemas.
Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Former journalist, current professor of global media ethics. Focuses on the safety of journalists in the field.
Assistant Professor of English
I study the relationship between popular culture and radical social movements.
Assistant Scientist, Department of Psychology
Expert on stereotyping, prejudice, and implicit bias — how the brain's learning processes perpetuate them, and evidence-based interventions to overcome them
Assistant professor, Public Affairs and Agricultural and Applied Economics
Expert on development economics, with a focus on agricultural technology adoption, social networks, political economy, and the role of beliefs and learning in shaping decision-making.
Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication
Expert on the intersection between science and society
PhD Candidate, Department of Communication Arts, Program in Media and Cultural Studies
Expert on American comic books and the American comic book industry
Conference Programming Chair & Faculty Associate: Learning Design, Development, & Innovation
An internationally-recognized speaker and author on quality in technology-enhanced education, especially copyright, evaluation of teaching practice, academic integrity, and accessibility/universal design for learning.
Assistant Professor, Department of Gender & Women's Studies
Expert on disability, blackness, and gender in contemporary American literature, media and culture
Paul and Renate Madsen Professor of Scandinavian Studies
Hygge, Scandinavian Culture and Politics, literature, autofiction, Hans Christian Andersen, Karl Ove Knausgaard
Head of Marketing & Communications for Ebling Library; Curator of Rare Books & Special Collections
Public Historian/Librarian who recently installed an exhibition on WW1 & the Pandemic of 1918. Knowledgeable about national & UW experience with 1918 Pandemic.
Evjue Centenniel Professor
Expert on media coverage of social protest, media effects on public opinion, and strategy communication campaigns.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Expert on how people make economic decisions and how economic decisions reproduce inequality.
Assistant Professor, Life Sciences Communication
Expert on visual communications of science, environment and agriculture; public opinion; audience psychology