The University of Colorado Population Center (CUPC) would like to invite you to this year’s Jane Menken Distinguished Lecture in Population Studies, sponsored by CUPC and the Institute of Behavioral Science (IBS). See flyer.
Jane Menken is a Distinguished Research Professor Emerita and Past Director of IBS. She has been tremendously influential on the global scale in studies of human fertility and reproductive health. A recent profile by A&S Magazine can be found here [colorado.edu].
We hold this distinguished lecture every two years and are thrilled to announce that this upcoming talk will be offered by Dr. Deborah Balk, of City University of New York. The title of her lecture is “Confronting the Rising Tide: Population Exposure, Change and Prospects in Low-lying Coastal Areas”.
The presentation is Thursday, January 19th, beginning at 3:30 pm at IBS, Room 155A. You can also join via Zoom – see flyer.
A reception will immediately follow, held at the fabulous Koenig Alumni Center, across the street from IBS. Enjoy catered hors de’ouvres and beverages (alcohol/non-alcohol).
The day before the lecture, Dr. Deborah Balk will also be giving a seminar talk at IBS Wed, Jan. 18 at 2 pm. See this flyer for details.
note: parking on campus, especially near the IBS building, can be difficult. Check the CU Parking Services website [colorado.edu] for information and a campus map.
We hope you can join us in celebration for these enlightening events, including the reception!
Questions? E-mail us.