2017 Notestein Seminars

  • Exploring the Role of High School Friends in the Transition to College.
    February 21, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Zitsi Mirakhur, PhD Candidate, Population and Social Policy Programs, Princeton University
  • Drivers of Infectious Disease Dynamics: Childhood Infections in Mexico.
    March 7, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Ayesha Mahmud, PhD Candidate Population and Social Policy Programs, Princeton University
  • MAR14Leveraging Social Media Data to Estimate Migration.
    March 14, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Emilio Zagheni, Assistant Professor Sociology, University of Washington
    Seminar cancelled
  • The Prospective Study of Discrimination Stress and Physiologic Reactivity.
    April 4, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Bridget Goosby, Associate Professor Sociology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    Seminar cancelled
  • Sampling Immigrants from Their Social Networks -- Innovations and Applications.
    April 18, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Maria-Giovanna Merli, Professor Public Policy and Global Health, Duke Sanford School of Public Policy
  • Adolescent Sleep Duration and Early Adult Socioeconomic Status.
    September 19, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Sarah James, PhD Candidate, Sociology
  • Networks of Student Mobility in Baltimore City and its Inner Suburbs.
    September 26, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Julia Burdick-Will, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University
  • Extended Family and Reproductive Success: Comparative Evidence from East Asian Household Registration Data, 1678-1945.
    October 3, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Hao Dong, Postdoc, Center on Contemporary China
  • Biosocial Pathways to Health Inequities: How Racial Discrimination Matters.
    November 7, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Bridget Goosby, Professor of Sociology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Colorism and Classism Confounded: Perceptions of Discrimination in Latin America.
    December 5, 2017 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Angela Dixon, PhD Candidate, Sociology