November 19, 2019

CSDE Seminar Series

Author Meets Critics – Places in Need: The Changing Geography of Poverty

     When:  Friday, Nov 22, 2019 (12:30 - 1:30 PM)
     Where:  121 Raitt Hall

This Friday, the CSDE seminar will feature a discussion of Scott W. Allard’s book, Places in Need: The Changing Geography of Poverty. Allard, a Professor of Social Policy at the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, will discuss the book with fellow Evans School faculty members, Mark Long and Laura Evans, and Bellevue City Demographer Dr. Katherine Neese. Allard, Long and Neese are CSDE Affiliate Faculty. Prof. Allard will summarize the main findings of the book, and Prof. Long, Prof. Evans, and Dr. Neese helping to contextualize the book and identify the questions it raises for future research, from each of their perspectives.

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CSDE Workshops

CSDE Workshops on GIS, R, and Stata

CSDE is offering workshops on the topics below, each designed to complement formal course instruction. Click on any workshop to learn more and register:

To inquire about workshops or request a session on a topic, contact Christine Leibbrand

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CSDE Research & Highlights

UW and CSDE Researchers Lead The Dog Aging Project

Calling all dogs and their humans! Researchers leading the Dog Aging Project, including CSDE Affiliate and Professor in the UW Department of Pathology and Department of Biology Daniel Promislow (project co-director), and CSDE’s Science Core Director Matt Dunbar (project data and analysis core director), need a group of 10,000 dogs to study how scientists can improve the life expectancy and quality of life for canines—this is largest-ever study done on aging among canines. 

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CSDE Early Career Women Faculty of Color Working Group Updates

The CSDE Early Career Women Faculty of Color Working Group created by CSDE Affiliate and Assistant Professor in the UW School of Social Work Jane Lee, met for their first gathering on November 1st.

The working group’s gathering was a success—the participants, who all represented diverse disciplines, discussed ideas for future meetings, potential collaborations for projects, and overlap in their respective research and academic areas. The participants also appreciated the working group as a space to share their similar experiences in academia as early career women of color. 

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