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Asian Population Association/NUS CFPR Webinar: Asian Families Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic August 5th, 2020
When: 08/06/2020

PAA2020 Webinar Series: Data Collection during the Pandemic August 5th, 2020
When: 08/18/2020 11.30 am EST

First PAA Applied Demography Conference August 5th, 2020
PERN Webinar: Starting and Scaling Effective Climate Change Conversations: Why Health Matters August 5th, 2020
When: 08/12/2020 11.00 am EST

Webinar: Understanding COVID-19 Data – What Decision Makers Need to Know August 5th, 2020
When: 08/06/2020 10.00 - 11.00 PDT

2020 Virtual Summer Institute on Climate Extremes and Climate and Environmental Equity August 4th, 2020
Demography Event

An annual event where faculty, scientists, graduate students, and invited speakers focus on how climate and our physical and human world interact. Each year a new topic, showcasing emerging knowledge and ways in which disciplines intersect, is examined. Always an opportunity for team building and for full discussion of the alternative ways that research can be brought to focus on the pressing questions of today.

Organized by Becky Alexander,

Community-based Approaches to Strengthening Economic Supports for Working Families (Announcement Number: MP-CPI-20-005). August 4th, 2020

Award Ceiling: $450,000; Award Floor: $300,000. Estimated Total: $2,000,000. Application Due Date: August 17, 2020, 6:00 PM ET. The Community-based Approaches to Strengthening Economic Supports for Working Families initiative will serve low-income working families disproportionately at risk for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), including racial and ethnic minority families. This initiative seeks to determine whether implementation of earned income tax credit (EITC) outreach and education activities in communities at higher risk for ACEs can result in (1) increased EITC receipt and (2) changes in risk and/or protective factors for ACEs.

15th Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health: “Protecting Migrants and Refugees During Pandemics” August 4th, 2020
Demography Event

The Health Initiative of the Americas at UC Berkeley is hosting its 15th Annual Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health which will take place virtually over 4 weeks in September. This year’s key topics include the impact of COVID-19 on migrants around the world, global migration history and patterns, global initiatives on migration and health, new immigration policies in the U.S., occupational health for migrants, and the relationship between climate change, migration and pandemics,

Job-Seeking in the Times of COVID-19: Real World, Beyond Higher Ed August 4th, 2020
Demography Event
When: 08/14/2020 11.30 am - 1.00 pm PST

This virtual panel discussion features seven Ph.D. demographers of color who are working outside of higher education. Panelists will share their career and life experiences. Join them for a sincere discussion of pivots, resilience, and hope. They are organizing this panel in response to feedback gathered at the 1st ever member-organized Demographers of Color & Allies Reception in April, and is the third DOC Job-Seeking in Times of Covid-19 event so far. This event will include all-group and break-out components.

Disarming and Defunding UW Police: What Does That Look Like? A Conversation for the University of Washington Community August 4th, 2020
Demography Event
When: 08/07/2020 12.00 - 1.30 pm PST

Hosted by the Faculty Council on Multicultural Affairs

Panelists: Gautham Reddy, Professor, Radiology; Brenda Williams, Senior Lecturer, School of Law; Thomas Locke, Graduate Student, Political Science; Angelica Chazaro, Assistant Professor, School of Law; Alexes Harris, Professor, Sociology; Leyla Salmassi, Professional Staff Organization; Edwin Lindo, Lecturer, School of Medicine

AUGUST 7, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM (PST)

Please use the following link to join the webinar on Zoom: