This year's conference theme is: Connecting Time Use Research with Public Policies, Organizations and Society. Time-use research has the potential to inform key time use policies such as education schedules, mobility, equality policies, amongst many others. The 2021 IATUR conference wants to explore the connection between research, policy-making and societal changes. To that end, plenary sessions […]
Carlos Becerra (NWFSRDC)
The CUNY Institute for Demographic Research/CIDR will host NYRDC-Baruch Executive Director, Dr. Diane Gibson, NYRDC-Baruch Administrator, Dr. Shirley Liu, and RDC Researchers & CIDR Affiliates Dr. Yana Kucheva and Dr. Hongwei Xu in this CIDR RDC-Baruch Colloquium. The NYRDC-Baruch provides access to a range of restricted-use microdata sets for statistical analyses. This colloquium will introduce […]
Diana Greene Foster will discuss the context and findings of The Turnaway Study. The Turnaway Study answers the question, Does abortion hurt women? and the converse, What are the harms when women are unable to get a wanted abortion? Dr. Foster will review the challenges of studying abortion and what has happened in the absence […]
Due to COVID-19, FCSM will be held virtually. The 2021 FCSM Research and Policy Conference will focus on Trust as the Cornerstone of Federal Statistics and Evidence Building, and the role of the Federal Statistical System in data collection and outcomes research that supports evidence-based policy making. The conference provides a forum for experts and […]
Ali Sewell (Emory)
Kelly Musick, Professor and Department Chair of Policy Analysis and Management and Professor of Sociology, Cornell University. "State-level Gender Inequality and Couples' Relative Earnings Following Parenthood"
LaTonya Trotter (UW)
A PSC Brown Bag seminar. Dr. Malia Jones is an interdisciplinary researcher working at the intersection of infectious disease and social epidemiology, demography, and geography. She will discuss Science Communications in a Social Media Crisis: Lessons Learned from Dear Pandemic. She is an Associate Scientist in Health Geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Applied Population […]
Join the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) virtually on Thursday, November 18 and Friday, November 19, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, for the annual NIH Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (BSSR) Festival. Register to attend and view the festival agenda and speaker biographies: https://www.scgcorp.com/obssrfest2021/Registration The festival, hosted by […]
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