April 10, 2018

CSDE Seminar Series

Panel on Youth Violence

     When:  Friday, Apr 13, 2018 (12:30-1:30 PM)
     Where:  121 Raitt Hall


  • “Social Disadvantage, Cognitive Schemas, and Propensities to Violence: An Evolutionary Developmental Perspective” — Affiliate Callie Burt
  • “Youth and Gun Violence: Can We Save Lives?” — Affiliate Ali Rowhani-Rahbar
  • “Risk and protective factors, and effective prevention programs for youth violence: Next Steps” — Affiliate Richard Catalano, Jr
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CSDE Workshops

CSDE Grant Writing Summer Program

CSDE is developing its first annual summer grant writing program – a chance for you to learn more about NIH grant-writing and to workshop your proposal with other participants and with experienced senior faculty. Writing a grant in isolation can be mystifying—instead, we aim to create a group experience that is still hard work, but which will be supportive, fun, productive, and ultimately rewarding.


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CSDE Research & Highlights

CSDE Welcomes New Affiliates

CSDE’s Executive Committee is pleased to welcome ten new affiliates! These affiliates bring a wealth of knowledge and unique approaches that enhances our community of demographers and collectively advances population science. We look forward to supporting each of them as they pursue their research. You can learn more about their individual research interests by visiting their affiliate pages, linked below.

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Ali Rowhani-Rahbar appointed Bartely Dobb Professor for the Study and Prevention of Violence

Congratulations to Affiliate Ali Rowhani-Rahbar, who was recently appointed to the Bartley Dobb Professorship for the Study and Prevention of Violence.  The current holder of this professorship is fellow Affiliate Richard Catalano. Established in 1997, this five-year endowment funds an appointed University of Washington (UW) faculty member for their work in the study and prevention of violence through resolution of conflict.

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Team Up with Data Visualization Students to Advance Your Research

More than 80 students are currently studying Data Visualization in CSE 512, and will spend the latter half of the quarter developing final projects. Each year, many of the best projects result from partnerships with researchers across campus.

If you have a data analysis or communication challenges that you’d like to see visualization students address and are willing to provide the student with a bit on guidance, submit your proposal below.

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CSDE at PAA 2018

At the upcoming 2018 PAA meeting, 39 CSDE Fellows, Trainees, and Affiliates are scheduled to participate as presenters, chairs, and discussants. Our scholars tackle a wide range of demographic issues, represented in the varied presentations listed below. 

In addition, CSDE is pleased to host a reception at Denver Dazzle Jazz Club on April 27th from 6-9pm. CSDE fellows, students, affiliates, alumni, supporters, and friends are invited to join us for drinks and light fare. View the invite here - and we hope to see you there!

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CSDE Collaborates on the McCabe & Heerwig Policy Brief

CSDE recently collaborated with Jennifer Heerwig, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Stony Brook University, and Brian McCabe, Associate Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University and Visiting Scholar a University of Washington, on a policy brief that assesses the impact of Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program. This policy brief is a foray into a new area for CSDE.

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Demography Events

Conferences & Calls for Papers



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