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Jackson School shares Calendar of Events October 7th, 2022
Demography Event

The Jackson School has shared a series of events! Check out this weeks events such as “Waging Peacce in View Nam | US Soldiers & Veterans Who Opposed The War: exhibit and student essay contest” in the Suzzalo Library!

Tenure Track Faculty Position, Health and Illness October 7th, 2022
Where: Rowan University- New Jersey, United States

Department of Sociology at Rowan University seeks Tenure Track Faculty position specializing in Health and Illness

Assistant Professor in Rural Sociology October 7th, 2022
Where: Puerto Rico

Position available at University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez

Data Science Career Fair October 7th, 2022
When: 11:30AM - 4:30PM
Where: University of Washington, Husky Union Building (HUB)

The Data Science Career Fair will be held Thursday, October 20th in the Husky Union Building (HUB) Ballroom to connect UW graduate students, postdocs, and undergraduates working in data science with companies seeking new talent.

College of Environment to Host Doug Walker On Climate Crisis October 7th, 2022
Demography Event
When: 10/18/2022 6:30
Where: Town Hall, Seattle- Forum

school of environment

Join the University of Washington College of the Environment’s 2022 Doug Walker Lecture as they explore these topics aon relationship building, community, and the power we share when we act together to address the environmental crisis with environmental advocate and educator Jamie Stroble ’10. This live discussion will be moderated by Maya Tolstoy, Maggie Walker Dean of the UW College of the Environment.

CBE Research Restart Funding October 7th, 2022
Where: University of Washington

The application for the second cycle of research funding for the CBE Research Restart Fund is available on October 1st,2022. This funding opportunity is created to help rebuild research momentum that has been disrupted during COVID-19. Proposals may request awards between $1,000-$5,000. Interested parties should apply soon for this great opportunity!

CSDE Seminar (Panel: Climate and Health, Washington 2022 Report) October 3rd, 2022
Where: In-Person in 101 Hans Rosling Building, Virtually via zoom, register here

ann bostrom, jeremy hess, howard frumkin, mark vossler

When: October 7, 2022


Where: In-Person in 101 Hans Rosling Building

Virtually via zoom, register here

Join the editors of the Climate and Health/Washington 2022: A Special Report on Impacts and Solutions, Drs. Howard Frumkin, and Mark Vossler (Eds) and published by the Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility for a discussion with Professor Jeremy Hess and moderated by Ann Bostrom and Peter Catron.

CSDE Workshop- Introduction to R October 3rd, 2022
When: 10/06/2022 12:00-2:00 PM
Where: SAV 117

Introduction to R

  • Date & Time: Thursday, Oct. 6 @ 12:00PM–2:00PM
  • Location: SAV 117
  • Instructor: Jessica Godwin
Computational Demography Working Group (CDWG) Autumn 2022 Schedule October 3rd, 2022

The Computational Demography Working Group (CDWG) at the University of Washington meets weekly to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussions of digital and computational approaches to demographic research. The workshop features a range of paper presentations, methods demonstrations, software tutorials and professional development. The CDWG is sponsored by the Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology (CSDE), the eScience Institute and OBSSR T32 Grant #1T32HD101442-01. We welcome anyone with interest in computational demography (broadly defined).This Fall we will split CDWG between Brown Bag (sign up link above) with open sign up/proposal for research presentation,

CSDE Affiliate Trotter’s New Book Receives Award! October 3rd, 2022
CSDE Research

CSDE Affiliate LaTonya Trotter receives an award from the British Sociological Association’s Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize. The prize is awarded to the book for making the “most significant contribution to medical sociology/sociology of health and illness” in 2022. The prize announcement can be found here! Let’s congratulate Dr. Trotter on this amazing achievement!