2019-2020 Funded Small Grants

  • “The Causal Effects of Long-Term Air Pollution Exposure.” Adriana Lleras-Muney (Dept. of Economics)
  • “Do Arrests Deter or Promote Offending.” Emily Weisburst (Dept. of Public Policy)  and Felipe Goncalves (Dept. of Economics)

2020-2021 Course Release Program

“Old-age Support and Fertility” Natalie Bau (Dept. of Public Policy)

“Information and Career Path Choice: Understanding Gender Difference in Advice Sought and Received” Melanie Wasserman (Anderson School of Management)

Certificate in Population Research

We are excited to announce a new CCPR initiative. We will award a Certificate in Population Research to CCPR Student Affiliates who meet all of the requirements.

Requirements

Application 

News

Dr. Michael Gaddis’ research on patterns of discrimination against people with names signaling race/ethnicity was featured in NBC News

January 18, 2022/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Natasha Quadlin will be a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation for 2022-2023

January 14, 2022/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Michael Gaddis was featured in the Business Insider

January 11, 2022/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Graeme Blair was featured in the UCLA Newsroom for his study on the effectiveness of community policing efforts in six developing countries.

January 10, 2022/by Denise Gonzalez

The New York Times interviewed Dr. Daniel Eisenberg, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of health policy and management, about mental health issues for college students during the pandemic.

January 7, 2022/by Denise Gonzalez

Discover interviewed Dr. Vickie Mays, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of health policy and management, about how to sustain a new positive, healthy habit.

January 3, 2022/by Denise Gonzalez

Congratulations to Dr. Jacob Foster for being awarded the Best Paper award at the NeurIPS 2021 Conference

December 10, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Corrina Moucheraud was featured in the Los Angeles Times

December 6, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Greg Pierce was featured in the Business Insider for his work on climate change

December 1, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Jennie Brand presented a briefing on “Recent Trends in California Migration” to the Office of Governor Gavin Newsom

November 15, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Adriana Lleras-Muney was awarded an R21 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the health impacts of long-run exposure to pollution based on evidence from military personnel

November 4, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Graeme Blair’s study on the impact of religious leaders on the reintegration of Boko Haram fighters into society was featured in the UCLA Newsroom

October 27, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Hiram Beltran Sanchez and Dr. Arturo Vargas Bustamante co-authored a study on EMS use that was featured in the UCLA Newsroom

October 27, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Arleen Brown’s study on vaccine hesitancy among people of color in Los Angeles was featured in the UCLA Newsroom

October 25, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Congratulations to CCPR faculty affiliate, Dr. Onyebuchi A. Arah, for being selected as the 2021 recipient of the American College of Epidemiology, “Outstanding Contributions to Epidemiology Award”

October 6, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Martha Bailey was featured in The Washington Post

October 5, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Congratulations to CCPR faculty affiliate, Dr. Anne Pebley, for being named a member of the National Academy of Sciences & National Research Council Committee on Population

October 3, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Vickie Mays was featured in The Guardian

September 16, 2021/by Denise Gonzalez

Dr. Jennie Brand was interviewed for a KQED story on unemployment and health

September 14, 2021/by Helpdesk GRE

Congratulations to CCPR alumna, Goleen Samari, for being a recipient of an NICHD K01 for her work on migration and birth outcomes

August 23, 2021/by Helpdesk GRE