Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

Academic Year

Quarter

Date Title Speaker(s)
06/02/2017 End of Year Reception

CSDE Community

05/26/2017 From Payday Loans to Pawn Shops: Predatory Lending, the Unbanked, and Poor Health

Anjum Hajat, Department of Epidemiology, University of Washington

05/19/2017 Bacon Versus Brocoli: A Nuanced Look at the Contradictory Research on the Health Effects of Omniverious Versus Plant-Based Diets

Hilary Bethancourt, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

05/12/2017 Welfare Rules, Incentives, and Family Structure

Robert Moffitt, Department of Economics, Johns Hopkins University

05/05/2017 Population Dynamics, Poverty, and Policy

Robert Plotnick, Scott Allard, and Marieka Klawitter, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, UW

Jennifer Romich, School of Social Work, UW

04/21/2017 PAA Practice Session

Christine Leibbrand, Stastistics, UW

Lee Fiorio, Geography, UW

Jessica Godwin, Statistics, UW

04/14/2017 The Amish in the 21st Century

Elizabeth Cooksey, Department of Sociology, Ohio State University

04/07/2017 Trends in Voting in South Africa from 2003-2014

Barbara A. Anderson, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan

03/31/2017 Discerning Risk: How Cardiometabolic Macro-trends Make Well-being Invisible in Samoa

Jessica Hardin, Anthropology, Pacific University

03/10/2017 Demography Student Poster Session & Lightning Talks

Tiffany Pan – Anthropology
Does being breastfed in infancy influence women’s risk of preeclampsia?

Jagori Saha – Economics
Banking and Marriage Markets: Evidence from India’s Branch Licensing Policy

Lee Fiorio – Geography
Using Twitter Data to Estimate the Relationships between Short-term Mobility and Long-term Migration

Jessica Godwin – Statistics
Space-Time Estimation of Under-five Mortality Rates

Charles Lanfear – Sociology
Life-course Transitions

03/03/2017 When Sex and Gender Collide: The TransYouth Project

Kristina Olson, Department of Psychology, University of Washington

02/21/2017 Income Inequality and Health

Ichiro Kawachi, School of Public Health, Harvard University

02/17/2017 Lifespan and Healthspan: Past, Present, Promise

Eileen Crimmins, Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California

02/10/2017 What Can Biological Data Contribute to Population Research?

Dan Eisenberg, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

Lisa Jones-Engel, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

Callie Burt, Department of Sociology, University of Washington

 

02/03/2017 Do Recent Declines in U.S. Life Expectancy Signal Bad News for Healthy Life Expectancy?

Mark Hayward, Department of Sociology, University of Texas

01/27/2017 Research Funding and Subsequent Outcomes of Underrepresented Doctoral Students in STEM Fields

Benjamin Cerf, NWFSRDC, US Census

01/20/2017 Coupling Minimum Wage Hikes with Public Investments to Make Work Pay and Reduce Poverty

Heather Hill, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington

01/13/2017 Falling Behind: The Black-White Wealth Gap in Life Course Perspective

Alexandra (Sasha) Killewald, Department of Sociology, Harvard University

01/06/2017 From High School to College: Gender Immigrant Generation, and Race-Ethnicity

Charles Hirschman, Department of Sociology, University of Washington

Mark Long, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington

12/02/2016 Demography Student Poster Session & Lightning Talks
11/18/2016 How Does Big Data Contribute to Improved Demographic Knowledge?

Patrick Gerland, Chief of Mortality Section, Population Division, United Nations

Thomas LeGrand, Department of Demography, University of Montreal

Adrian Raftery, Department of Sociology & Department of Statistics, University of Washington

Emilio Zagheni, Department of Sociology & eSciences Institute, University of Washington

11/04/2016 Rooted or Stuck? The Causes and Consequences of American Mobility Decline

Brad Foster, Department of Sociology, University of Washington

10/28/2016 Race, Class, and Affirmative Action

Sigal Alon, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Tel Aviv University

10/21/2016 "They expect more from you" - Working-Class Transitions to Adulthood

Amy Bailey, Department of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago

10/14/2016 Healthy, wealthy, and wise? Exploring optimism bias in parent predictions about a child's future health and socioeconomic expectations.

Davene Wright, Department of Pediatrics, UW

10/07/2016 Welcome Reception