Dr. Kate Coleman-Minahan’s collaborative research project, “Medication abortion among young people: A community-based participatory research study in four states”, has received substantial support from the Society of Family Planning Research… Continue Reading: Coleman-Minahan receives funding from Society of Family Planning Research
CUPC is proud of our affiliates’ forthcoming contributions at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America. Research will be presented representing each of CUPC’s five primary research areas… Continue Reading: CUPC well represented at 2021 Population Association of America conference
CUPC is very excited to introduce our newest affiliate Karen Bailey, an Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies. Dr. Bailey’s research interests include sustainable rural livelihoods, human health and well-being, climate… Continue Reading: New affiliate Karen Bailey studies health in Africa
Lots to celebrate in population research this time, from media coverage of unique research projects to early-career scientists receiving their first grants as PI’s, and a spotlight on UCDenver affiliate… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, March 19, 2021
Innovative research from CUPC affiliates Johannes Uhl and Stefan Leyk offer a birds-eye view of urban change across the continental U.S. from 1810 to 2015. The work offers a fascinating… Continue Reading: Can you see cities change?
In this edition, CUPC introduces a new surge of talented affiliates, a variety of Anschutz topics, such as media coverage on how light pollution may cause health issues for pregnant… Continue Reading: CUPC’s Bi-Weekly Highlights, March 5, 2021