2013 Notestein Seminars

  • What, Me Worry?: “Independence” as a Property of US Federal Statistical Agencies.
    February 26, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Robert Groves, Provost and Professor of Mathematics and Statistics and Sociology, Georgetown University
  • Refusing to Fail? Over-persistence, Under-persistence and the Gender Gap in Science.
    March 5, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Andrew Penner, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of California, Irvine
  • Epidemic Dynamics and Control of Acute Immunizing Infections.
    March 12, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Bryan Grenfell, Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University
  • Social Network Methods for Measuring Adult Mortality: Evidence from Brazil and Rwanda.
    April 9, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Dennis Feehan, PhD Candidate in Program in Population Studies, Princeton University
  • Pathways of Irregularity and Transnational Activities of Senegalese Migrants in Europe.
    April 16, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Erik Vickstrom, PhD Candidate in Sociology and Social Policy, Princeton University
  • The Reversal of the Gender Gap in Education and Trends in Marital Dissolution.
    April 23, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Christine Schwartz, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Katrina as a Turning Point: Long Term Trajectories of Recovery and Decline.
    April 30, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Mary Waters, Professor of Sociology, Harvard University
  • MAY7Undocumented and Uninsured: Children’s Immigration Status, Access to Healthcare, and Health.
    May 7, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Julia Gelatt, PhD Candidate in Sociology, Princeton University
  • Three Mini Seminars on Current OPR Faculty Research.
    September 24, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Douglas Massey and James Trussell, Princeton University
  • Going it Alone? A Smartphone Study of Social Connectivity and Job Searching After Prison.
    October 1, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Naomi Sugie, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Princeton University
  • Gender Essentialism and Low Fertility in Postindustrial Societies.
    October 15, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Mary Brinton, Professor of Sociology, Harvard University
    Orita-McCosh Lectureship. 
  • The Effect of Community Violence on Children's Cognitive Skills and Academic Performance.
    October 22, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Patrick Sharkey, Associate Professor of Sociology, New York University
  • Tiger Children in Old and New Immigrant Destinations: The Divergent Educational Experiences of Chinese Immigrant Youth in Spain, Italy and the U.S.
    November 5, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Jessica Yiu, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Princeton University
  • Infant Mortality Decline in Brazil: A Spatio-temporal Analysis.
    November 12, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Marcia Castro, Associate Professor of Demography, Harvard University
  • Obesity and Mortality: Challenges and Evidence.
    November 19, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Neil Mehta, Assistant Professor of Global Health, Emory University
  • The Effect of Receiving versus Being Denied a Wanted Abortion on Women’s Health and Wellbeing.
    November 26, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Diana Green Foster, Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, University of California, San Francisco
  • Fifty Years of Family Planning: New Lessons on Short and Long-Run Effects of Increasing Access to Contraception.
    December 3, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Martha Bailey, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Michigan
  • Trends in International Migration and the Current Discussion of Migration Issues at the United Nations.
    December 10, 2013 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    John Wilmoth, Director Population Division, United Nations & Professor of Demography, University of California, Berkeley