May 29, 2018

CSDE Seminar Series

End-of-Year Reception

     When:  Friday, June 1, 2018 (12:30-1:30 PM)
     Where:  Peterson Room Allen Library (note venue change)

Please join us this Friday in recognizing the achievements of CSDE Fellows and Trainees. During the event, we'll award this year's certificates, acknowledge those moving on to great jobs and opportunities, recognize major achievements and awards, and welcome new fellows and trainees. Learn more about their accomplishments below, and celebrate another successful year with us at the End of Year Reception. CSDE Affiliates, trainees, staff and anyone interested in joining the CSDE community are welcome to attend.

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CSDE Research & Highlights

Michael Esposito, Christian Hess, Yuan Hsiao, Charles Lanfear, and Madison Leia Awarded CSDE’s Demographic Methods Certificate

We’re thrilled to announce that five students earned CSDE’s Demographic Methods Certificate in the 2017-18 academic year: Michael Esposito, Christian Hess, Yuan Hsiao, Charles Lanfear, and Madison Leia.

The CSDE Demographic Methods Graduate Certificate Program is the academic pathway to advanced population research at UW, with a curriculum that integrates a variety of disciplines and core demography, a professional development seminar series, a weekly research seminar, and opportunities for research collaboration with CSDE Faculty Affiliates.

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Kyle Crowder Examines Patterns of Segregation

As a whole, American metro areas have seen a decline in racial stratification since 1990 – yet some cities continue to defy this pattern. The Washington Post conducted an analysis to explore why, and they turned to CSDE Affiliate Kyle Crowder, Professor of Sociology, for context. He explained: “The separation of different racial and ethnic groups into separate social worlds means that members of different racial and ethnic groups have different lived experiences."

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Conferences & Calls for Papers



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