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CSDE Seminar: Prof. Asad Asad (Siting Surveillance: Deportation Threat and Institutional Involvement among Latinos across U.S. Counties)

Full seminar description Population Research Discovery Seminars Siting Surveillance: Deportation Threat and Institutional Involvement among Latinos across U.S. Counties Speaker: Asad Asad, Department of Sociology, Stanford University Research on surveillance and system avoidance predicts that individuals worried about state punishment are likely to avoid institutions that keep formal records. Although surveillance exists inside defined institutional […]

CSDE Seminar: Prof. Tyson Brown (Structural Racism and Health Stratification: A New Theory-Driven Empirical Approach)

Full seminar description Population Research Discovery Seminars Structural Racism and Health Stratification: A New Theory-Driven Empirical Approach Speaker: Tyson Brown, Department of Sociology, Duke University Structural Racism and Health Stratification: A New Theory-Driven Empirical Approac Tyson H. Brown is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Duke University, where he is the inaugural Presidential Fellow (2021-2022) […]

CIDR Seminar – Prof. Guillermo Yrizar Barbosa (Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla)

Zoom

CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR) Spring Seminar Series Prof. Guillermo Yrizar Barbosa of Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla will present a seminar: Lives in Containment: Human Rights Violations in Two Mexican Migration Detention Centers, 2020-2021 May 13, 2022, 2 PM - 3.30 PM via Zoom This event is open to public Please register here

Structural Racism and Rigorous Models of Social Inequity

In-person and Virtual Workshop Structural racism refers to the public and private policies, institutional practices, norms and cultural representations that inherently procure unequal freedom, opportunity, value, resources, advantage, restrictions, constraints, or disadvantage to individuals and populations according to their race/ethnicity both across the life course and between generations. The workshop is designed to identify and […]

An Integrated System of U.S. Household Income, Wealth, and Consumption Statistics to Inform Policy and Research Meeting #3

Virtual

This is the first public meeting of the Panel on An Integrated System of U.S. Household Income, Wealth, and Consumption Data and Statistics to Inform Policy and Research. This meeting will be virtual and will feature presentations by Sir Angus Deaton, Emmanuel Saez, Raj Chetty, and staff of relevant statistical agencies. The agenda is available […]

How Does Diversity Impact Science?

Virtual

Evidence shows that diverse, inclusive teams enhance creativity, innovation, and productivity in science. A group of renowned leaders will discuss the outcomes of scientific workforce diversity on creativity and innovation in science. Invited speakers will share their perspective on the benefits of scientific workforce diversity and highlight effective methods for measuring its impact, as well […]

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CVFS WEBINAR SERIES: Intergenerational Associations of Maternal Depression with First Birth Timing

Virtual

A 2021-2022 Chitwan Valley Family Study Webinar Series event. Emma Banchoff, PhD Student - Sociology, University of Michigan. Drawing on multiple CVFS datasets, this research presentation explores the intergenerational link between mental disorders and family formation, with a focus on mothers’ depression and daughters’ fertility behavior. There will be a Q&A session after the presentation. […]

CSDE Seminar: Prof. Michael Spencer (The impact of COVID-19 on Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander well-being)

Full seminar description Population Research Discovery Seminars The impact of COVID-19 on Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander well-being Speaker: Michael Spencer, School of Social Work, University of Washington This lecture focuses on the impact and response of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities to COVID-19 in Washington state. We define who NHPI are, why […]

CSDE Seminar: Prof. Raina Croff (Stepping Out of Your Cultural Zone: Gentrification, Aging in Place, and the SHARP Study)

Full seminar description Population Research Discovery Seminars Stepping Out of Your Cultural Zone: Gentrification, Aging in Place, and the SHARP Study Speaker: Raina Croff, Neurology, School of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University Black Americans are disproportionately vulnerable to gentrification and to cognitive decline, including Alzheimer?s disease, because of historical and ongoing systemic inequities. Dr. […]

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