Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

CSDE End of the Year Recognitions

Posted: 6/2/2020 (CSDE Seminar Series)

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.

Certificate recipients include: Min Hwangbo (College of Education), Jessica Lapham (School of Social Work), Max McDonald (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance), Vedavati Patwardhan (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance), Kim Serry (School of Public Health), XiaXia Yang (Geography).

Recognitions for accomplishments: Michele Cadigan (Sociology), Erin Carll (Sociology), Baishaki Basu (Anthropology), Xinguang Fan (Sociology), Callie Freitag (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance), Delaney Glass (Anthropology), Yuan Hsiao (Sociology), Hitomi Kariya (School of Public Health), Alec Kennedy (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance), Kim Serry (School of Public Health), Sarah Stansfield (Anthropology), Esteban Valencia (School of Public Health), Hunter York (School of Public Health), Hilary Wething (Evans School of Public Policy & Governance).

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Date: 06/05/2020

Time: 12:30 - 1:30PM

Location: Virtual via Zoom