Date: Friday, 12/2/16
Time: 12:30-1:30 pm PST
Location: Green A, Research Commons
Allen Library South
Note: Refreshments will be served
Come meet eight of 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.
Lee Fiorio - Geography
Urban Sprawl and Neighborhood Racial Change: Patterns of Racial and Ethnic ‘Sprawl’ Amid Growing Diversity, 1990 to 2010
JiYoung Kang - Social Work
The Effect of Paid Maternity Leave on Low-income Families’ Welfare Use
Savannah Larimore - Sociology
Is Race in the Eye of the Beholder?: Using Interviewer Recorded Race to Assess the Relationship between Self-Identified Race, Observed Race, and Health
Christine Leibbrand - Sociology
The Benefits and Costs of Internal Migration by Race and Gender: Improving Opportunities or Widening the Gap?
Kathleen Moore - Public Policy and Governance
Rental Market Discrimination & the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Michelle O'Brien - Sociology
Weak Institutions and International Migration After Armed Conflict
Rob Tennyson - Anthropology
Does Early Life Pathogen Exposure Modify the Link between Psychosocial Stress and Telomere Length in the Philippines?
María Vignau Loría - Sociology
The Health of Returned Migrants in Mexico
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