Suzanne Bianchi is Recipient of Distinguished Career Award, Family Section, American Sociological Association
At the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in New York last week, Suzanne Bianchi received the Distinguished Career Award from the Family Section. The award recognizes Suzanne’s outstanding contributions to family sociology through her research, teaching, professional service, and mentoring. [...]
Stata 13 SE/MP now available for usage on the CCPR Windows Terminal Server (TS1) starting July 9th. New features and additions can be found on the Stata site here: http://www.stata.com/stata13/
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Gilbert Gee named editor, Journal of Health & Social Behavior Gilbert Gee, a faculty associate in the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and associate professor of Community Health Sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, is the incoming editor of the Journal of Health & Social Behavior, published by the American Sociological [...]
Iddo Tavory, a graduate of our program and now an assistant professor at the New School for Social Research, was in today’s morning radio in WYNC on social ties among Hassidic Jews, together with Colin Jerolmack from NYU! Visit the following link for more information:
Yool Choi has received an American Educational Research Association (AERA) dissertation grant. More information about this program is available at: http://www.aera.net/ProfessionalOpportunitiesFunding/FundingOpportunities/AERAGrantsProgram/DissertationGrants/tabid/12812/Default.aspx
Lianna Hartmour has won a Greater Good Science Center Gratitude Dissertation Award. More information about this UC Berkeley-based program can be found at http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/expandinggratitude/dissertation_research_awards.
Recent UCLA Ph.D. Jaeeun Kim has won the [...]
Annie Fehrenbacher has just won the Elizabeth Blackwell, MD Award from the Center for the Study of Women for her paper ?The Evolution of a Gendered Politics of Trauma: Challenging the Depiction of Rape: A Fate Worse Than Death?
Great Work Annie!
Jennie E. Brand and Juli Simon Thomas have a chapter “Causal Effect Heterogeneity” in the volume called the Handbook of Causal Analysis for Social Research (Stephen L. Morgan ed., Springer Series.), which will be released sometime in May 2013.
Congratulations to Jennie and Juli!
Danielle Wondra won an outstanding poster award for her recent presentation at the Population Association of America (PAA) annual meetings, held last week in New Orleans.
Danielle’s poster was titled “Understanding Men’s Fertility Preferences and Intentions: The Effects of Race, Class and Sexuality.”
At the recent Annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Los Angeles, the Population Specialty Group gave the Lifetime Achievement Award to Bill Clark in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of population geography though research, teaching, professional services, and mentoring.