June 2, 2020

CSDE Seminar Series

CSDE End of the Year Recognitions

     When:  Friday, Jun 5, 2020 (12:30 - 1:30PM)
     Where:  Virtual via Zoom (Register with this link

As this, unusual, 2019-20 academic year draws to a close, we will take time to recognize our trainee community. CSDE Trainees are vital members contributing to our seminar series, participating in working groups, taking our courses, and contributing their talents and ideas to our entire research endeavor.  CSDE Trainees are what it’s all about for all of us! Because… where would we be without the next generation of population scientists?

Please join us in learning more about their accomplishments and celebrating them. We’ll be sharing ‘shout-outs’ for those who have completed CSDE Graduate Certificates in Demographic Methods, those who have completed major milestones and degrees, those with grants and publications, and those who have landed new positions where they are applying their population science training. CSDE Affiliates, Trainees, Staff, and anyone interested in joining the CSDE community are welcome to attend using the link above.

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CSDE Research & Highlights

“Antiracism work is all of our work” writes The UW Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMAD)

“George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. Three more Black lives snuffed out and lost to our world either at the hands of police or, in the case of Arbery, white racists being protected by local law enforcement. While we shouldn’t need it, these deaths serve as yet another reminder of the pervasiveness of racism and our failure to adequately address it.” – OMAD Letter on “Antiracism work is all of our work” 

CSDE stands in solidarity with members of the Black community. We acknowledge the pain, anger, and trauma the community is carrying and we are here to stand with you and amplify your voices. We aim to listen, learn, and work with you to provide the evidence that you need to right the wrongs. We will follow your lead and accept your guidance.

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Next PAA2020 COVID Webinar: Data Collection in Longitudinal Studies

Are you interested in doing empirical work on COVID-19? PAA2020’s next COVID webinar on Tuesday, June 23 10:00 – 11:30 AM will detail how six existing publicly available longitudinal studies are incorporating new measures to capture peoples’ experiences of the pandemic. Please register in advance with this link

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Urban@UW Relaunches Research Spark Grants

Urban@UW invites proposals from across all three UW campuses to pursue research interests in critical aspects of contemporary urban societies. The goal of this small grants program is to spark new and emerging urban research initiatives to scope out their mission and initial research, teaching, and engagement goals. Proposals may request up to $20,000. Urban@UW anticipates funding 2 projects. The application period opens June 15, 2020 and completed proposals are due by July 15, 2020.

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