Weekly News, February 13th, 2024

Be sure to join us tomorrow, February 14th, 12pm, for our next BrownBag Talk of the semester with Magali Barbieri, a joint researcher here in the Department of Demography at UC Berkeley and at the French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) in Paris, France. Dr. Barbieri will present “The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Socioeconomic Disparities in Mortality […]

Weekly News, February 5, 2024

Our Spring 2024 Brown Bag Seminar Series kicks off this Wednesday, February 7th, 12pm, with Aliya Saperstein, Professor of Sociology, Stanford University, who will present, “The Fluidity of Demographic Categories: Challenges and Opportunities.” Event details are here. Check our Events Calendar for the spring semester schedule.  The deadline to submit to the 119th Annual Meeting […]

Weekly News, January 30, 2024

Registration is now open for Economic Consequences of Negative Population Growth, a mini-conference co-sponsored by BPC and CEDA. This part-day event will bring together panelists and participants to discuss what economic research can tell us about the consequences of shrinking population size. The event will be held at the Seaborg Room in the Faculty Club on campus, from 12pm-4:30pm, on February 9th. Panelists include Chad Jones, […]

Weekly News, December 19, 2023

The Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA) is issuing a new call for pilot research proposals for academic year 2024‐2025, continuing its long‐standing NIA‐funded pilot grant program to support promising new research. We are seeking proposals in areas related to demography and economics of aging, especially those aligned with CEDA’s signature themes:  […]

Weekly News, December 5, 2023

On Wednesday, December 6th, please join us for our last Brown Bag of the semester with Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, who will present “What We Do, and Don’t, Learn from Black/White Mortality Disparities.” This talk is at 12pm, 310 Social Sciences Building. Zoom option. Zoom ID: 985 2901 0198. Passcode DEMOG_BB Abstract: Black Americans live, on average, […]

Weekly News, November 28, 2023

On Wednesday, November 29th, we welcome to our Brown Bag Seminar Series Jenna Nobles, who will present her research entitled, “Demography Before Birth: The Social Origins of Population Patterns.”  Jenna Nobles is a professor of Sociology and Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She studies the implications of migration systems for sending and receiving communities, […]

Weekly News, November 20, 2023

This week we take a holiday pause from our brownbag seminar series, but be sure to join us next Wednesday, November 29th, as we host Jenna Nobles, who will present, “Demography Before Birth: The Social Origins of Population Patterns.” More details to follow.  The Population Reference Bureau (PRB), in collaboration with the Association of Population Centers (APC), is working to […]

Weekly News, November 13, 2023

This week we give a warm welcome to Audrey Dorélien, Associate Professor of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, to give a talk at our brownbag seminar on Wednesday, November 15, at 12pm PST. Audrey will present her research on “Using Remotely Sensed Data to Study in Utero Health Shocks […]

Weekly News, November 6, 2023

This week, in lieu of our typical brownbag seminar on Wednesday, instead we are hosting a bonus talk tomorrow, Tuesday, November 7, with Diana Greene Foster. Her talk will be 12-1pm in 310 Social Sciences Building. The title of her talk is: “Studying the Consequences of Abortion Access in Nepal.”  Read the abstract for her […]

Weekly News, October 30, 2023

Please join us this Wednesday, November 1, at 12pm PST, for our next Brown Bag Seminar of the Fall 2023 semester, with Maria-Elena Young, Assistant Professor of Public Health at the University of California, Merced. Maria-Elena will present her research on “Immigrant Policy Exclusions and the Health of Latinx and Asian Immigrants in California.” 310 Social Sciences Building. Event details here.  Zoom […]