Our interdisciplinary research groups meet weekly to review and provide comment on ongoing projects, papers, and areas of study. All graduate students, faculty, and post docs who study in the below areas of focus are welcome.
The Population and Health working group is an interdisciplinary research group that meets every other Friday, typically to review and provide comment on ongoing projects and papers. All graduate students, faculty, and post-docs who study population and/or health are welcome. For more information, please visit the Population and Health working group’s webpage at the Department of Sociology.
Please contact Ryan for more information.
Facilitated by Scott Ortman
This working group consists of archaeologists, economists, and urban scientists at CU Boulder and other institutions who meet regularly to advance research on paleodemographic methods and agglomeration effects. Publications from the working group are available at www.colorado.edu/socialreactors, and they welcome inquiries from graduate students, postdocs, and faculty who are interested in collaborating.
Please contact Scott for more information
An interdisciplinary group of scholars who approach reproductive health from a population perspective, including studies of the impacts of contraception and abortion policy, adolescent reproductive health, fertility, and other topics.
Please contact Amanda for more information
Population Health Workshop
An interdisciplinary workshop series that meets biweekly and gives students and post-docs an opportunity to learn about population health topics. It provides a space to share ideas, working papers, proposals, and research in progress with faculty.
Contact Sociology GRA student organizer Luke Novak to get connected!
mailing list: pophealthworkshop@lists.
Workshop series on criminology topics
Contact David Pyrooz for more information!
For support and focused writing time – consider organizing one. We’re happy to help and can provide funds for snacks or other small expenses.
Recent Working Groups
Below are some of the recent activities and working groups held at CUPC. If you are interested in any of them, feel free to contact the facilitators.
Environmental Demography and Hazards
Facilitated by Stefan Leyk, Colleen Reid, and Lori Hunter
Migration and Population Distribution
Facilitated by Fernando Riosmena and Lori Hunter
Cross-Cutting Big Data Interest Group
Facilitated by Myron Gutmann, Brian Keegan, and F. Riosmena