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.
Winter 2019 Seminar Schedule
|Panel on Alcohol and Population Health
Emmanuela Gakidou, Professor, Health Metrics Sciences, Adjunct Professor, Global Health & Health Services, UW
|The Melting-Pot Problem? The Persistence and Convergence of Premigration Socioeconomic Status in the Age of Mass Migration
Peter Catron, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, UW
|Panel on the Health Risks of Climate Change
Kristie Ebi, Professor, Global Health & Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, UW
|Understanding the Correlation between Alzheimer’s Disease Polygenic Risk, Wealth, and the Composition of Wealth Holdings
Dean Lillard, Professor, Department of Human Sciences, Ohio State University
|Intermittent Labor Force Participation: a Source of Bias?: An Experimental Approach Examining Mechanisms and Types of Discrimination
Kate Weisshaar, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
|Psychological Stress and Accelerated Reproductive Aging over the Life Course: Implications for Health and Disease in Women
Maria Bleil, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Child Nursing, School of Nursing, UW
|What Lies Ahead: The Long-Term Impacts of Rising Disaster Costs on Social Inequality
James R Elliott, Professor, Department of Sociology, Rice University
|Leaning In to the ‘Third Shift’: Intensive Grandmothering and Family Inequality
Jennifer Utrata, Burkhardt Fellow, Visiting Affiliate at CSDE & Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Puget Sound
|Have U.S. States Contributed to the Growing Inequalities in Life Expectancy?
Jennifer Karas Montez, Professor, Sociology, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
|CSDE Lightning Talks and Poster Session
Erin Carll, Sociology