This year’s Jane Menken Distinguished Lecture in Population Studies was held on January 19th, 2023. A globally influential figure in studies of human fertility and reproductive health, Jane Menken is… Continue Reading: Jane Menken Distinguished Lecture in Population Studies
Each year, CUPC awards pilot grants to faculty affiliates. These SEED grants are supported by the center’s NICHD grant, in hopes that the projects will blossom into an externally-sponsored proposal.… Continue Reading: Presenting the 2022 SEED Projects!
The new year starts out strong, with a newly published PRB article on young Americans facing higher dearth rates than other affluent countries, a new NSF funded grant on migration… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, Jan 21, 2022
What better way to close out 2021 than with a 2-yr. birthday celebration of CUPC Highlights! Absolutely PACKED full of recent affiliate achievements — who says a 2-yr. pandemic slowed… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, Dec 10, 2021
This edition covers ALOT of news and accomplishments — honors, published papers, major conference successes, invited talks, and a super-duper THANK YOU for making our “CUPC Day” such a success!… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, Nov 12, 2021
This edition punctuates the coming of CUPC DAY, including a full schedule! Also, a plethora of accomplishments during this very busy time of year: from a team receiving a 3.6M… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, Oct 29, 2021
Big news of CUPC Director Lori Hunter accepting new position as IBS Director, Notre Dame article spotlights African work of anthropologist Terry McCabe, a close-up on reforming solitary confinement in… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, Oct 15, 2021