The CU Population Center (CUPC) at the University of Colorado Boulder is currently recruiting two postdoctoral fellows with expertise in population-environment research, to start August 2020. The initial term of… Continue Reading: Job Openings for Post Docs in Environmental Demography and Quantitative Historical/Demographic Research
CUPC has been well-represented at this week’s meeting of the Interdisciplinary Association of Population Health Science in Seattle. Presentations included: Minority-owned small businesses and employer-sponsored health insurance Melanie K. Tran, (CU Denver),… Continue Reading: CUPC affiliates present research at the IAPHS meetings in Seattle
Average birth weights in the United States declined substantially during the 1990s and 2000s and have not recovered to the birth weight levels prior to the declines. Newly funded research… Continue Reading: Study on the consequences of rising rates of C-sections and labor inductions receives NIH support
(Affiliates marked in boldface). Argys, LM & SL Averett. 2019. “The Effect of Family Size on Educational Attainment: New Evidence from China’s One-child Policy.” Journal of Demographic Economics. 85(1): 21-42.… Continue Reading: Recent affiliate publications (Sept. 2019).
There is a shortage of research focused on small rural places and CUPC affiliates Lori Hunter, Myron Gutmann, Stefan Leyk and Arizona State’s Dylan Connor are embarking on a nationwide… Continue Reading: CUPC research on well-being in small town America receives NIH funding
It is well-known that major health disparities exist between race-ethnic groups -and between men and women in some circumstances- due not only to differences in the capacity of groups to… Continue Reading: Kim Truong-Vu searches for the source of disparities in use of HPV vaccine.