The Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC) is a multidisciplinary community of scholars unified by a commitment to research that addresses the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations in the context of local and global inequalities and that informs policies affecting those populations. CPRC promotes research in four signature areas: children, youth, and families; gender, sexuality, health and HIV; immigration/migration; and urbanism. More
HIV Center Rounds: "State Policies & the Well-being of Latino Migrants" - April 23
Professor Jennifer Hirsch, Deputy Chair for Doctoral Studies in the Department of Sociomedical Sciences, will be presenting on the HIV Center Grand Rounds about State Policies and the Well-Being of Latino Migrants.
New Frontiers in Poverty Research Mini-Conference - May 21
Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC) and Columbia School of Social Work (CSSW) invite you to a mini-conference on "New Frontiers in Poverty Research" on Thursday, May 21 to launch CSSW's new Center on Poverty and Social Policy.
Fragile Families Work Group Seminar: Lauren Hale - "The Social Epidemiology of Sleep," April 16
Lauren Hale - "The Social Epidemiology of Sleep," Thurs. 04/16 12-1P CSSW 1109
Justice Working Group Seminar - April 17
Incarceration and Household Labor Supply with Morgan Wililams and Examining “Ban the Box”: Comments on Impact, Implications and Future Directions with Ronald Day.