CUPC Seminar Line-up, Spring 2023

Unless indicated otherwise, all talks take place from NOON – 1:00 PM
Attend in-person @ Institute of Behavioral Science, Rm. 155-A or virtually

Thursday, January 19, 2023 @ 3:30 pm
MENKEN Distinguished Lecture in Population Studies
Deborah Balk, Professor, Baruch College; Director, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research
Confronting the Rising Tide: Population Exposure, Change and Prospects in Low-lying Coastal Areas
Unique Zoom link:
Reception immediately following the presentation @ the Koenig Alumni Center

Monday, March 13
Katrina Walsemann Univ. of Maryland, Maryland Population Research Center, and School of Public Policy
Title: How Educational Inequities in the U.S. South Pre and Post Brown Shape the Cognitive Status of Black and White Adults

Monday, March 20
Aubrey Limburg, U.S. Census Bureau, Enhancing Health Data Pgm, CU Boulder PhD Alumnus
Title: Enhancing the study of racial/ethnic disparities in health: A project linking Medicaid and Census Bureau data

Monday, April 3
Laura Vargas, CU Denver – Anschutz Medical Campus, Psychiatry
Title: Mental health and trauma exposure among recent Latinx immigrant adults

CANCELLED: Monday, April 10
Erin Kelly, CU Denver – CO School of Public Health, Injury & Violence Prevention Center
Title: Contextual Risk Factors Associated with Youth Suicides in the U.S.

Monday, April 17
Scott Ortman, Director, Center for Collaborative Synthesis in Archaeology, IBS / Assoc. Professor
Title: Connecting the Past and Present of Inequality through Archaeology

CUPC Seminar Line-up, Fall 2022

Unless indicated otherwise, all talks take place from
NOON – 1:00 PM: attend in-person @ Institute of Behavioral Science, Rm. 155-A

Monday, August 29
Katie Massey-Combs, CU Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence
Understanding and Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health of Youth with Child Welfare Involvement.

Monday, September 19
Amanda Carrico, CU Environmental Studies
Who are the Climate Migrants? Investigating the Moderating Role of Social Networks and Livelihoods on Climate-Induced Mobility in Bangladesh.

Monday, November 14
Mara Goldman, CU Environment and Society/International Development
Covid-19 and Conservation/Tourism: Lessons learned from dryland communities in East and Southern Africa

Monday, November 28
Karen Bailey, CU Environmental Studies
Investigating the Role of Equity and Sense of Place in Climate Adaptation.

CUPC Seminar Line-Up, Spring 2022

Unless indicated otherwise, all talks take place from
12:00 – 1:00 PM via Zoom

Zoom link:
Password: email

Monday, February 14
Morteza Karimzadeh, CU Geography
Short-Term Forecasting of COVID-19 Using Spatiotemporal Machine Learning

Monday, February 28
David Cook-Martín, CU Sociology
Bound by Time: A Critical Appraisal of Temporary Migrant Labor Schemes in Australia, Canada, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates

CUPC Seminar line-up, Fall 2021

Unless indicated otherwise, all talks take place from
12:00 – 1:00 PM via Zoom

Zoom link:
email for password

Monday, September 13
Taylor Jaworski, CU Boulder Economics
The Economic Geography of Environmental Regulation

Monday, October 4
Cyrus Hester, PostDoc Research Assoc., Institute of Behavioral Science
What Can High Resolution Data Tell Us About Urban-Rural Mortality Disparities Among Coloradans?

Monday, October 18
Dylan Connor, Arizona State University
The Changing Populations and Economic Fortunes of Small Places in the United States

Thursday, October 28, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Melinda Mills, University of Oxford, IGSS Conference Keynote
Why the social sciences and genetics need each other

Monday, November 29
Priyanka de Souza, UC Denver, College of Architecture and Planning
Making Air Quality Count: Low-cost Sensors, Public Health and Urban Planning

Thursday, December 9
Leslie Root, PostDoc Research Assoc., Institute of Behavioral Science, Colorado Fertility Project
Subnational fertility rates with US administrative data

CUPC Seminar Line-Up, Spring 2021

Unless indicated otherwise, all talks take place from
12.00 – 1.00 PM via zoom.
Zoom link:
email for password.

Monday, February 1st
Bertha Alicia Bermúdez Tapia and Arielle Milkman
Hostile Terrain 94 Workshop
Please note that Registration for this event is required so that the workshop leaders can plan accordingly. Please RSVP by Friday January 29.
Co-sponsored By: CU Population Center, Latin American Studies Center (LASC).

Monday, March 1st
Sam Trejo University of Wisconsin
Learning From Flint: The Health and Social Effects of the Flint Water Crisis on Educational Outcomes
Sponsored By: Health and Society Program

Friday, March 5th 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Registration Required:
Dr. Delbert Elliott
Jessor Lecture: “Assessing the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice System Interventions”
Sponsored By: Problem Behavior and Positive Youth Development ProgramHealth and Society Program

Monday, March 22nd
Johannes Uhl
Leveraging multi-source spatial data to characterize long-term evolution of settlement and population distributions across the North American rural-urban continuum
Sponsored By: CU Population Center

Monday, April 5th
David Pellow University of California, Santa Barbara
Exploring and Expanding Environmental Justice Conflicts from the Community to the Carceral System
Zoom link: – email for password.
Sponsored By: Natural Hazards Center

Monday, April 12th
IBS Graduate Students
IBS Speaker Series: Population Association of America (PAA) Practice Talks
Sponsored By: CU Population Center

Monday, April 19th
Courtney Cogburn Columbia
Conceptual and Methodological Innovation in Assessing Racism and Health
Sponsored By: CU Population Center

CUPC Seminar Line-up, Fall 2019

Unless indicated otherwise, all talks will take place Mondays 12.00 – 1.00 PM in IBS 155. Lunch served.

September 23rd 

Fernando Briones, INSTAAR, University of Colorado – Boulder.

” Lessons from 2017 Hurricane Season in Dominica and Puerto Rico: an approach from Zero Order Responders (ZORs).”

Co-sponsored by Natural Hazards Center.

October 7th

Joshua Wassink, Office of Population Research, Princeton University.

“The New System of Mexican Migration.”

Co-sponsored by Colorado Immigration Scholars Network.

October 14th

Andrea Velasquez, Economics Department, University of Colorado – Denver.

“Unintended Consequences of Immigration Enforcement: Personal Services and High-Skilled Women’s Work.”

Co-sponsored by Colorado Immigration Scholars Network.

November 4th

Robert McKnown, Economics Department & International Affairs Program,

“Population Pressures: Effects of Aging in the Japanese Macroeconomy.”

University of Colorado – Boulder.

November 11th

Dalton Conley, Department of Sociology, Princeton University.

“Using Genetics for Non-Genetic Social Science.”

Co-sponsored by Health & Society Program &
Department of Sociology.

November 18th

Andrew Johnson, CU Libraries, University of Colorado – Boulder.

“Open Science: Overcoming (Some) Barriers to Practice.”

Co-sponsored by the Institute of Behavioral Science.

December 2nd

Jani Little, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado – Boulder.

“Federal Statistical Research Data Centers: Capabilities, Resources, and Procedures.”

Co-sponsored by the Institute of Behavioral Science.

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