The Call for Papers for the 27th International Population Conference to be held in Busan, Korea on August 26-31, 2013 went out by mail to all IUSSP members in May. If you did not get your copy in the mail you can consult the Call for Papers on the Conference website. You can also download the full list of sessions with sessions cross-listed in more than one theme, so even if you do have a copy of the call for papers you may want to check the list with cross-listed sessions.
The Call for Papers for the PAA 2013 Annual meeting has been finalized. A PDF version and other instructions can be found at http://paa2013.princeton.edu in the "Reference Documents" section. To see the sessions organized by topics please click on the Sessions by Topic link on the toolbar. The website is now ready to accept submissions of papers and posters for the annual meeting. If you are new to the process, please read the detailed instructions in the first page of the Call for Papers PDF.
Alp-Pop brings together scholars interested in population issues across several disciplines, among them demography, economics, and sociology. The conference emphasizes empirical rigor and innovation over a given topic or geographical area, and meets the challenges of interdisciplinary and international audiences. Submissions are particularly welcome on topics concerning: population, families, and the welfare state; population and economic development/institutions; finance and population issues. Alp-Pop scholars confer both formally and informally.
Réseau Espérance de Vie en Santé (REVES), the international network on health expectancies and the disablement process, invites you to submit abstracts for the network’s 25th meeting at the University of Texas at Austin, May 27, 2013 – May 29, 2013. The deadline for submitting abstracts is February 15, 2013.
Registration is now officially open for this year's Population Association of America (PAA) Annual Meeting, which will be taking place April 11-13 in New Orleans. Are you a DuPRI student that is interested in attending? Let us help!
The International Conference on Family Planning organizers invite abstracts on cutting edge research and program results directed at enabling individuals in the world, especially in low-income areas, to achieve their contraceptive and reproductive intentions. Of particular interest are abstracts on research demonstrating how family planning benefits and advances the health and wealth of people and nations and on high impact or best practices of family planning programs and service delivery models.
With support from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development and the Population Association of America, the Institute of Behavioral Science and University of Colorado Population Center are hosting the 4th annual Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference. The goal of this conference is to showcase behavioral and molecular genetic studies that enhance demographic and social scientific inquiry. Researchers from any of the biological or social sciences are encouraged to participate.
Are you ready for an opportunity to meet and discuss grant issues with NIH policy officers, grants management, review and program officials, and NIH senior leadership…all in a central location?
Would you like the opportunity to network over the course of 2 days with grants administrators, researchers, students, financial officials, and grant writers from around the world?
Dr. George Gopen's workshop presents ideas that have changed participants' writing habits permanently, often resulting in improved grant-writing and publication** success.
Conference Series on Aging in the Americas (CAA) is aimed at utilizing research to augment knowledge about dimensions of healthful aging for people of Hispanic and Latin American descent and fostering emerging scholars in the field.