Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

CSDE Lightning Talks and Poster Session

CSDE Lightning Talks and Poster Session

Kathy Jung, PhD Student, Economics
Nicole Kovski, PhD Student, Public Policy
Hannah Lee, PhD Student, Sociology
Claire Rothschild, Doctoral Candidate, Epidemiology
Esteban Valencia, MPH Student, Epidemiology and Public Health
Hunter York, MPH Student, Global Health

12/06/2019
12:30-1:30 PM PT
Green A - Research Commons in Allen Library South

Come meet CSDE’s graduate students, who will share their cutting-edge research and latest demographic insights.  These early-career members of UW’s population science community are eager to connect their work across disciplines, and translate their findings for basic and applied research impact.

Kathy Jung
PhD Student, Department of Economics
Title: Spatial Search Friction and Allocative Efficiency in the Free-floating Car-sharing Industry 

Nicole Kovski
PhD Student, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance
CSDE Trainee
Affiliated with the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center
Title: A National Investigation of State Earned Income Tax Credits and Rates of Child Maltreatment Reports, 2004-2016

Hannah Lee
PhD Student, Department of Sociology
CSDE Trainee
Title: Understanding neighborhood patterns across Asian ethnic groups and immigrant destinations

Claire Rothschild
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Epidemiology
CSDE Trainee
Affiliated with the Kenya Research and Training Center, Global WACh
Title: Utility of remotely enrolling women into a mobile messaging platform for contraceptive research in Kenya

Esteban Valencia
MPH (with Concentration in Maternal & Child Health) Student, Department of Epidemiology
CSDE Trainee
Affiliated with the Center of Excellence in Maternal & Child Health
Title: Informal Caregiving during Young Adulthood and Its Impact on Behavioral Health

Hunter York,
MPH Student, Department of Global Health
CSDE Trainee and  Fellow
Title: Within-Cohort and Between-Cohort Educational Inequality and Wealth Inequality at Varying Levels of Spatial Granularity as Predictors of Contraceptive Use in 37 Low- and Middle- Income Countries