April 18, 2017

CSDE Seminar Series

Next Population Science Insights: PAA Practice Session

     When:  Friday, Apr 21, 2017 (12:30 - 1:30 PM)
     Where:  University of Washington, Raitt 121

The 2017 Population Association of America meeting is just around the corner, and CSDE’s speakers are primed to practice their presentations in front of an audience.

Presentation Topics

  • Christine Leibbrand – “Great Migration’s Great Return? An Examination of Second-Generation Return Migration to the South”
  • Lee Fiorio – “Sprawl and Neighborhood Change: Patterns of ‘White Flight’ Amid Growing Neighborhood-Level Racial Diversity, 1990 to 2010”
  • Jessica Godwin – "Probabilistic Population Projections for Countries with Generalized HIV/AIDS Epidemics"
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CSDE Research & Highlights

CSDE at PAA 2017

At the upcoming 2017 PAA meeting, 33 CSDE Fellows, Trainees, and Affiliates are scheduled to participate as presenters, chairs, and discussants. Our scholars tackle a wide range of demographic issues, represented in the varied presentations listed here. Stop by the sessions below to support your colleagues!

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William Zumeta Unpacks Study on Higher Education Costs

William Zumeta, CSDE Affiliate and Professor of Public Policy at UW, recently spoke with chronicle.com about an education study he co-authored. The report, which aimed to evaluate how costs between private and public universities impact graduation rates, found that states may be able to grant more degrees by adding small incentives to private institutions. You can read more about the study and the debate it’s sparked in the full story below.

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James Gregory Discusses Post-Election Activism and Divisions with KUOW

James Gregory, CSDE Affiliate and UW Professor of History, was recently interviewed by Seattle’s KUOW Radio about public responses to the 2016 election. The level of political activism ushered in by Donald Trump’s election hasn’t been seen in around 157 years, Gregory says. He points out a number of parallels to and divergences from the most similar scenarios from our country’s past. You can read or listen to the full interview below.

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