October 18, 2016

CSDE Seminar Series

CSDE Alumni Lecture: Amy Bailey

     When:  Friday, Oct 21, 2016 (12:30 - 1:30 PM PST)
     Where:  University of Washington, 121 Raitt Hall

“They expect more from you” – Working-Class Transitions to Adulthood

This project examines an understudied topic at the intersection of life course and social mobility research: the transition to adulthood among working class youth. In an era when family wage jobs that do not require a college degree–jobs like those that many of their parents hold–are disappearing, how do working class adolescents navigate the array of options available to them, and make decisions about what to do once they leave high school?

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CSDE Workshops

Introduction to Graphics in R

     When:  Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 (10:30 AM - 12:30 PM PST)
     Where:  University of Washington, Savery 121

CSDE is offering a two hour workshop on using the basic graphics package in R (https://www.r-project.org/).  It assumes prior experience with R.

Thursday October 27, 2016
10:30am – 12:30pm
Savery 121

Visit the link below to register!

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CSDE Research & Highlights

Call for Submissions: CSDE Trainee Special Seminar on Dec 2 – Lightning Talks & Posters

CSDE invites its trainees to submit a project abstract for this Fall’s Trainee Lightning Talks and Poster Session, as part of the CSDE Seminar series “Next Population Science Insights.” Selected trainees will introduce their project via lightning talks and continue the conversation over posters.

Proposals are due October 28, 2016

This is a great opportunity to showcase your research to an excitingly diverse set of colleagues from across the university, make new connections with scholars working in similar areas,

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CSDE Big Data To Knowledge (BD2K) Predoctoral Graduate Fellowships

CSDE announces two 12-month fellowships funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as part of the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative. The fellowships are the result of a partnership between CSDE, CSSS and the eScience institute. The BD2K fellowship program is designed to provide integrated training in three core areas essential for future advances in demographic research: demography, statistics (and machine learning), and computing (programming, data management, etc). The goal of this initiative is to prepare a new generation of population scientists who are well versed in data science,

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