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
CPRC Researchers' Study Featured in Washington Post
On December 31, 2014, The Washington Post extensively covered Professor Irv Garfinkel, Princeton Professor Sara McLanahan, and Postdoctoral Researcher Natasha Pilkauskas' study on recent trends of multiple generations living under one roof. The study was published in Demography in earlier in the year.
Fragile Families Work Group seminar - Dec. 11
Sarah James, "Genetic Sensitivity to Social Environment: Stress Reactivity Moderates the Relationship of Persistent Maternal Depression and Child Behavior"
CPRC Seminar - Dec. 4
Sean F. Reardon, "Recent Trends in the Relationship between Family, Income, Race and Academic Achievement""
Gender, Sexuality and Health Seminar - Nov. 19
Matthew Thomann, "Sexual Subjectivity, Violence and Belonging in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire"