CUPC Seminar line-up for Spring 2020

UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE, ALL TALKS TAKE PLACE
12.00 – 1.00 PM IN IBS 155. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED.

Monday, January 13th.
Jon Samet, Colorado School of Public Health.
“‘Burning Down the House’ The Death of Evidence and the Environment.
Co-sponsored by Health & Society and Problem Behavior & Positive Youth Development Programs.

Monday, January 27th.
David Pyrooz, CU – Boulder (CUPC affiliate).
Competing for Control: Gangs and the Social Order of Prisons.
Co-sponsored by Problem Behavior & Positive Youth Development Program.

Monday, February 3rd.
Mara Goldman, CU – Boulder (CUPC affiliate).
Gender, Environment and Development: From Tanzania to South India.
Co-sponsored by Environment & Society Program.

Monday, February 10th.
Katie Genadek, U.S. Census Bureau.
The Decennial Census Digitization and Linkage Project.

Monday, March 2nd, transmitted into IBS 155 from UC Denver via videoconferencing.
Rachel Kimbro, Rice University.
Flooded: Chronic Disaster, Mothering, and Curated Community.”
Sponsored by the University of Colorado at Denver.

Friday, March 13th, 4 – 5 PM, IBS 155.
Del Elliot, CU – Boulder.
DISTINGUISHED JESSOR LECTURE. Evidence-Based Programs and Practices: Assessing the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice System Interventions.” Sponsored by Health & Society Program.

Thursday, April 2, 12.30 – 2.00 PM, Ketchum 1B40.
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, University of Minnesota.
The Distribution of Infection in the Early 20th Century United States — And Why It Might Still Matter Today.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Health & Society Program.

Monday, April 13th.
Practice PAA talks.
Co-sponsored by Pop-Health Working Group & Interdisciplinary Training in the Social Sciences