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Impact of Technology and Digital Media on Child and Adolescent Development and Mental Health

Neuroscience Center Building 6001 Executive Blvd., Rockville, MD, United States

The goal of this meeting, hosted by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the National Institute on Mental Health, is to discuss the current state of and future directions for research on the positive and negative effects of technology and digital media (TDM) on the development and mental health outcomes […]

COSSA’s 2024 Social Science Advocacy Day

Washington, DC Washington, DC, United States

COSSA’s tenth annual Social Science Advocacy Day will be taking place on April 8-9, 2024, in Washington, DC. Advocacy Day brings together social and behavioral scientists and science advocates from across the country to engage with policymakers in Congress about issues important to our community, such as federal funding. Participants will be teamed up with […]

CIDR Seminar Series

Please join us on Tuesday April 9 for our last Seminar of the Spring 2024 series. Note that both the time, 2-3 pm, and the day, Tuesday, differ from CIDR's regular seminar schedule. This seminar is co-sponsored with the Columbia Population Research Center. A Framework for Understanding the Climate-Related Health Vulnerabilities of Older Adults and […]


Penn-CHOP ECHO: Applying causal inference methods to address pressing questions in environmental children’s health


Key Takeaways:  This presentation will showcase the Penn-CHOP ECHO pregnancy cohort site, highlighting its rich cohort profile characterized by a diverse participant base and robust community partnerships. We will explore cutting-edge causal inference methodologies that enable us to tackle solution-oriented questions about the influence of both macro- and micro-environmental factors. By drawing parallels with other […]

CSDE Spring Lectures

Population Association of America Annual Meeting: Practice Talks (UW CSDE Trainees)


Pathways to Climate Justice: In and Through Research

Climate change is inherently unequal, disproportionately affecting communities that have contributed the least to global emissions. Climate change also exacerbates existing inequities created by historical systemic forces of exclusion, while also creating new inequities and challenges. Mitigation and adaptation policies must address these dynamics in equitable, inclusive ways to be successful. How can we drive […]

AI Day for Federal Statistics: CNSTAT Public Event

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

IN-PERSON PUBLIC EVENT The Committee on National Statistics, the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology, the Interagency Council on Statistical Policy, and the National Institute of Statistical Sciences are working together to organize an AI Day to be conducted on May 2, 2024, in which the implications of AI for federal statistical agencies will be explored, […]

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