October 16, 2018

CSDE Seminar Series

Social Gradients in Gene Regulation in Nonhuman Primates

     When:  Friday, Oct 19, 2018 (12:30-1:30 PM)
     Where:  121 Raitt Hall

Jenny Tung, Department of Biology, Duke University

In social species, including our own, interactions with other members of the same species powerfully shape the environment that animals face each day. These interactions mediate the evolutionary costs and benefits of group living, and also contribute to social gradients in health. Here, I will present our recent research on the impact of social interactions at the molecular and organismal levels. 

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Jenny Tung

CSDE Research & Highlights

Alexes Harris to speak at Be The Match and Why Race Matters UW Event

CSDE Affiliate Alexes Harris, Professor of Sociology, has helped organize and will serve on the panel of UW upcoming event “Be The Match and Why Race Matters”, the first event of its kind on a university campus.

The event will include panelists exploring the role race plays in medicine and the essential need for multiethnic transplant donors worldwide. It will also include a free screening of the documentary Mixed Match and  panel discussion with filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns.

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Mary Kay Gugerty is Winner of 2018 Terry McAdam Book Award

CSDE congratulates affiliate Mary Kay Gugerty, Professor in Nonprofit Management at the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at UW, and Dean Karlan, Professor of Economics at Northwestern, winners of the Terry McAdam Book Award for their co-authored book The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-Fit Evidence for the Social Sector.

The Terry McAdam Book Award Committee reviews books published in the nonprofit sector and highlights the very best thinking in management, governance, and capacity building.

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