Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

Each week, the CSDE Seminar Series brings top demographers from around the world to a classroom near you. These events boast free admission and a variety of formats–check out the sidebar to learn more about each!¬†For more information or to learn how you can get involved with the Seminar Series, please feel free to contact the Seminar Coordinator Matthew Hall.

The Next CSDE Seminar

There is no CSDE Seminar this week. Please see below for the full schedule of upcoming seminars.

Autumn 2018 Seminar Schedule

Date Title Speaker(s)
10/05/2018 Opening Reception

CSDE Community

10/12/2018 Beyond the Nuclear Family: Children and Shared Living Arrangements

Natasha Pilkauskas, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan

10/19/2018 Social Gradients in Gene Regulation in Nonhuman Primates

Jenny Tung, Department of Biology, Duke University

10/26/2018 Bayesian Propagation of Record Linkage Uncertainty into Population Size Estimation with Application to Human Rights Violations

Mauricio Sadinle, Department of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, UW

11/02/2018 UW Symposium on Family Planning, Contraception and Abortion

8:00 AM-2:30 PM PT
Walker-Ames Room in Kane Hall

Registration only

11/09/2018 Marking the 100th anniversary of the 1918 "Spanish" flu pandemic: Selective mortality and the impact on other diseases

Andrew Noymer, Department of Population Health & Disease Prevention, University of California, Irvine

11/16/2018 Symposium and Reception Honoring Professor Charles Hirschman - Looking Back to Find the Future: Reflections from Social Science for a Changing World
Featured speakers include:
Patrick Heuveline (UCLA), Maria-Giovanna Merli (Duke University), Alejandro Portes (Princeton University & University of Miami), Kenneth Prewitt (Columbia University), Marta Tienda (Princeton University)
11/30/2018 Children of Migrants in 21st Century China: Trends, Family, and Geography

Kam Wing Chan, Department of Geography, UW

12/07/2018 CSDE Lightning Talks and Poster Session

Benjamin Jones and Nicole Chartier, Linguistics
Neal Marquez, Sociology
Charles C Lanfear, Sociology
Daphne Liu, Statistics
Adrien Allorant, Global Health