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Enilda Delgado

Sociology & Criminal Justice
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

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Enilda Delgado


Sociology & Criminal Justice

Specialty area(s)

Demography, Social Stratification, Social Statistics and Quantitative Research Methods

Current courses at UWL

SOC 110: The Social World
SOC 250: Social Research I
SOC 310: Social Stratification

SOC 320: Demography

SOC 405: Quantitative Social Research Seminar

SOC 420: Healthcare and Illness



2000- Ph.D., Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1994- M.S., Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1992- B.A., Sociology, University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana


Professional history

2009-Present: Professor
2005-2009: Associate Professor
2001-2005: Assistant Professor



Enilda Delgado, Sociology & Criminal Justice, presented "Assessing the Cost of an Undergraduate Education a Decade Later: Was it Worth It? " at Pacific Sociological Association on March 22 in San Diego, CA. This presentation was based on national longitudinal data from NCES, Baccalaureate & Beyond 2008 and 2018.

Submitted on: Mar. 27


Natalie Solverson, Institutional Research; Mark Morales, Political Science; Jo Arney and Timothy Dale, both Political Science, Public Admin; Betsy Morgan, Provost's office; Tesia Marshik, Psychology; and Enilda Delgado, Sociology; presented "Utilizing data and strategic planning to bring student success to scale" at AASCU Academic Affairs summer meeting on July 26 in Seattle, WA. UWL student Mark Morales joined Tim Dale and Jo Arney for the closing plenary, "Opportunities Disguised as Challenges: Student Success Past, Present, and Future" to a standing ovation.

Submitted on: Aug. 6, 2018