Fall 2017 Seminars

Fall 2017 Schedule

Fall 2017 Seminar Series Flyer

Monday, September 11
Inequality in Mortality: Evidence from the U.S. and Canada
Janet Currie, Economics, Princeton University
 
Monday, September 18
Building a Language for Expressing Spatial and Temporal Methods in a (Super)computer
Eric Shook, Geography, University of Minnesota
 
Monday, September 25
IPUMS NHGIS Progress and Plans: Enhancing U.S. Census Geographic Data
Jonathan Schroeder, Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota
Monday, October 2
The Effect of an Increase in Lead in the Water System on Fertility and Birth Outcomes: The Case of Flint, Michigan
David Slusky, Economics, University of Kansas
Monday, October 9
Using a Natural Experiment to Assess School Schedule Policies’ Influence on Adolescent ‘Sleep Debt’ and Body Weight
Rachel Widome, Epidemiology and Community Health, University of Minnesota
 
Monday, October 16
Mapping Prejudice: Racial Covenants and Housing Segregation in Minneapolis, 1900-1968
Kirsten Delegard, History, Augsburg College
 
Monday, October 23
Retiring to Portlandia? Rethinking Portland’s Migration of the Young and College-Educated
Jason Jurjevich, Geography, Portland State University
 
Monday, October 30
Lifespan and Healthspan: Past Trends and Future Prospects
Eileen Crimmins, Gerontology, University of Southern California
 
Monday, November 6
Using Geometry for Statistical Analysis of High-Dimensional Data
Singdhansu Chatterjee, Biostatistics, University of Minnesota
Monday, November 13
Surveying Physicians: An Update on the Art and Science of Physician Survey Research
Timothy Beebe, Health Services Research & Policy, University of Minnesota
 
Monday, November 20
The New Deal, Legislative Intent, and the First Public Housing Residents in New York City
Ryan Allen, Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
 
Monday, November 27
Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage in Post-Revolution China
Hao Dong, Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton University
 
Monday, December 4
National Trends in Parental HPV Vaccination Intentions and Reasons for Hesitancy, 2010-2015
Nicole Basta, Epidemiology and Community Health, University of Minnesota
 
Monday, December 11
Precarious Employment and Beauty Salon Professionals' Exposure to Toxic Chemicals
Susan Arnold, Environmental Health Sciences, University of Minnesota