Co-hosted by CDE and the Center for Demography of Health and Aging, the weekly Demography Training Seminar augments affiliates’ professional skills, including those related to research communication, data management, analysis, and visualization, among many others. The series is largely targeted at the Center’s doctoral students and affiliated postdoctoral fellows, but certain sessions (e.g., new statistical methods, new computing tools) are also targeted to and attended by faculty. The series is designed to be flexible, so that training on new ideas and tools can be brought to the demography community quickly.
Led by Michal Engelman, the Demography Training Seminar usually meets on Wednesdays from 2:00 to 3:15 p.m. in 8417 Social Sciences and is open to all.
Spring 2019 Schedule
A downloadable electronic calendar file is available here.
Wednesday, February 6: The Academic Job Market: What Do Hiring Committees Look For? Jason Fletcher (public affairs; sociology) and Christine Schwartz (sociology)
Wednesday, February 13: Job Market Tips for International Students, Chaeyoon Lim and Alberto Palloni (sociology)
Wednesday, February 20: Research Ethics Case Studies, Michal Engelman (sociology)
Monday, February 27: Regression Diagnostics, Mark Banghart (SSCC)
Wednesday, March 6: Media Relations and Communications Strategies, Veronic Rueckert and Eric Hamilton (university communications)
Wednesday, March 13: PAA practice talk
Wednesday, March 20: No seminar
Wednesday, March 27: PAA practice talks
Wednesday, April 3: PAA practice talks
Wednesday, April 10: No seminar
Wednesday, April 17: Introducing the UW Survey Center, Nora Cate Schaeffer (sociology; UW Survey Center)
Wednesday, April 24: Embodying Landscapes of Violence: Impacts of Conflict- and Displacement-related Stressors on Women’s Health at the Thai-Burma Border, Stephanie Koning
Wednesday, May 1: Information Design and Presentation Best Practices, James R. Carey (Davis)