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Jens Ludwig

Jens Ludwig will present as part of UCLA's California Center for Policy and Research 2023-2024 Seminar Series.

Free

Measuring Disability in the Census Bureau: Policy Implications and Opportunities

Virtual

Both the current measure and the Census Bureau’s initial proposal rely on functional definitions of disability (e.g., the ability to see, hear, or walk) and exclude millions of Americans, including those with chronic illnesses, psychiatric disabilities, or conditions that affect them intermittently. Accurately estimating the number of disabled Americans is critical for informing public funding […]

CSDE Winter Lectures

Panel: Sameer Shah (UW), Karen Cheng (UW), Joan Casey (UW), Kris Ebi (UW)

Free

Brittany Chambers

Brittany Chambers will present as part of UCLA's California Center for Policy and Research 2023-2024 Seminar Series.

Free

Writing About Population Research for Non-scientists

Virtual

Have you ever wondered how to get your research into the hands of policymakers, or wished your findings were known by a wider audience? PRB and APC are organizing a webinar to highlight ways to expand the reach of your research by distilling your findings into messages and formats tailored for nontechnical audiences, including policymakers […]

Law Enforcement Use of Probabilistic Genotyping, Forensic DNA Phenotyping, and Forensic Investigative Genetic Genealogy Technologies: A Workshop (PUBLIC SESSION)

National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States

Please join us on March 13-14, 2024, for a two-day public workshop exploring law enforcement use of probabilistic genotyping, forensic DNA phenotyping, and forensic investigative genetic genealogy technologies. Presentations will explore how these technologies are currently being used by law enforcement, their accuracy and reliability, and key considerations around their application including: issues of disparate […]

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