March 7, 2017

CSDE Seminar Series

Next Population Science Insights: Demography Student Lightning Talks & Poster Session

     When:  Friday, Mar 10, 2017 (12:30 - 1:30 PM PT)
     Where:  University of Washington, Green A, Research Commons Allen Library South

Come meet CSDE’s Graduate Students and learn about their cutting-edge research and latest demographic insights. The newest members of UW’s population science community are eager to connect their work across disciplines and to translate their findings for basic and applied research impact. Scheduled presenters are listed below. You can view posters from our last session here.

Tiffany PanDoes being breastfed in infancy influence women’s risk of preeclampsia?

Jagori SahaBanking and Marriage Markets: Evidence from India's Branch Licensing Policy

Lee FiorioUsing Twitter Data to Estimate the Relationships between Short-term Mobility and Long-term Migration

Jessica GodwinSpace-Time Estimation of Under-five Mortality Rates

Charles LanfearLife-course Transitions 

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CSDE Research & Highlights

Charles Hirschman Explores the Economic Impact of Immigration

CSDE Affiliate and UW Professor of Sociology Charles Hirschman joined other researchers and officials in studying how immigration impacts the US economy. The resulting National Academy of Sciences report, The Economic and Fiscal Consequences of Immigration, sheds light on the gap between perceived and actual costs of immigrants. The panel’s work has spread throughout media channels in the wake of recent political debates over immigration reform–the New York Times weighs in on the findings with this opinion piece,

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Donald Chi Discusses Impact of Dental Care on Population Health

Donald Chi, CSDE Affiliate and Associate Professor of Dentistry at UW, recently wrote an editorial for the Washington Post discussing the importance of dental care in overall population health. Chi outlines the medical importance of regular, thorough dental check-ins and treatments and makes a strong case for their continued coverage in proposed healthcare plans. You can read the full article below.

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Conferences & Calls for Papers



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