CU Population Center

Institute of Behavioral Science

Working Groups

Our interdisciplinary research groups meet regularly to review and provide feedback on ongoing projects, explore novel topics, and develop new collaborations.

Colorado Fertility Project Working Group

The Colorado Fertility Project working group brings together an interdisciplinary group of researchers interested in the demography of fertility and reproductive health. The group meets weekly to discuss active team projects. At other times, the group provides a forum for affiliates doing reproductive health work to solicit feedback on projects at various stages of development.

Dynamic Working Group Series

CUPC affiliates can start their own working groups with seed funding from CUPC through a competitive process. Priority is given to working groups that cut across CUPC’s primary research areas, address innovative or timely population topics, span CU institutions, and/or engage population researchers from other institutions in the Rocky Mountain West. 

Health and Society Working Group

The Health and Society working group is an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students who convene to share work and discuss topics related to the social, economic, behavioral, and biological determinants of health. 

Writing Groups

CUPC affiliates host writing groups throughout the year. If you are interested in joining one or starting a new one, please reach out to