Associate Professor of Sociology
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
Contact 864-671-6772 or firstname.lastname@example.org
William Haller is an associate professor of sociology. He also is a professor for the policy studies Ph.D. program. He teaches courses in globalization and social change, social stratification, and methods of social research. His primary research interests include international migration, social stratification, and labor markets. He additionally serves as a faculty affiliate for Princeton University’s Center for Migration and Development and as the editor of Population Review.
For more information, see his College Profile.
William’s current research focuses on public health issues pertaining to the Spanish-speaking immigrant population. He is currently conducting research on outreach efforts to extend health care coverage and services to Upstate South Carolina’s growing Hispanic communities. His health research interests are particularly to improve the cross-cultural communication issues central to patient adherence to early stage type 2 diabetes treatment.
Disparities, Race, Ethnicity, Immigration, Assimilation, Culture, Demography, Public Health, Population Health