Don’t Miss our DUPRI Spring 2021 Seminar Series
DUPRI Seminars will be held via Zoom, generally from 3:30 to 5:00 PM PM on Thursdays during the semester as indicated below. To obtain Zoom Link, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1/21/2021 Demography of Health and Aging Seminar (*) Ruth Wygle and Anna Hollerman, Predoctoral students Department of Sociology, TBD
1/28/2021 Jerome Reiter, Department Chair and Professor of Statistical Science, Duke University, “Providing Access to Confidential Research Data”
2/4/2020 Demography of Health and Aging Seminar (*), TBD
2/11/2021 Hedwig Lee, Professor of Sociology and Associate Director for the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and equity, Washington University in St. Louis, TBD.
2/18/2021 V. Joseph Hotz, Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Economics, Duke University, "The Add Health Parent Study: Overview & Initial Findings"
2/25/2021 Avshalom Caspi, Edward M. Arnett Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University, “Charting Mental Disorders from Childhood to Midlife”
3/4/2021 Allison Aiello, Professor of Epidemiology, the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, “Immune Response to Cytomegalovirus and Cognition in the Health and Retirement Study”
3/11/2021 Noreen Goldman, Hughes-Rogers Professor of Demography and Public Affairs, Harvard University and Theresa Andrasfay, PhD, Princeton University, “Racial and Ethnic Differentials in COVID-19 Mortality”
/18/2021 Emily Hannum, Professor of Sociology and Education, Associate Dean of Arts & Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, ”Educational System Consolidation: The Case of China’s Rural School Closure Initiative”
3/25/2021 Herbert Smith, Professor of Sociology, the University of Pennsylvania, “Population Aging: On the Future of a Delusion”
4/1/2021 Demography of Health and Aging seminar (*). Lindsay Xu, Predoctoral student, Department of Sociology, “Mate Preferences in Online Dating: Evidence from a Chinese Online Dating Website”
4/8/2021 Mario Small, Grafstein Family Professor of Sociology, Harvard University, “Financial Institutions, neighborhoods, and racial inequality.”
4/15/2021 Kenneth Ferraro, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, Director, Center on Aging and the Life Course, Purdue University, “Early Social Origins and Mediators of Biological Risks in Later Life”
(*) Demography of Health and Aging (DOHA) Seminars are predoctoral student led seminars