Weekly Events, November 1-5, 2021

Monday, November 1

  • Population Health Sciences Seminar: “The Importance of Field Epidemiology and How it Is Used to Inform the COVID-19 Pandemic Response,” Hannah Kirking (U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
    12:00-1:00 pm (details)
  • Race and Ethnicity Workshop: “Getting Something to Eat in Jackson” Joseph Ewoodzie
    2:00-3:30 pm (details)
  • Joseph L. Krislov Labor Workshop (Economics): “Childcare Policy and Informal Care,” Joel McMurry (UW)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Tuesday, November 2

  • CDE DemSem: “Coordinated Markets, School-to-Work Linkages, and Labor Market Outcomes in the European Union,” Thomas DiPrete (Columbia University)
    12:15-1:30 pm (details; this session is in-person only)
  • Juli Plant Grainger Public Workshop (Economics): “The Work-Leisure Trade-off: Identifying the Heterogeneity,” Gizem Kosar (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Wednesday, November 3

  • Demography Training Seminar: Practice Job Talks Panel, Felix Elwert (UW)
    2:00-3:15 pm (details)
  • Statistics Seminar: “The HulC: Hull based Confidence Regions,” Arun Kuchibhotla
    11:00 am12:00 pm (details)

Thursday, November 4

  • Institute for Research on Poverty: ”
    Investigating Families: Child Protective Services and Precarious Motherhood,”
    Kelley Fong (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    12:15-1:30 pm (details)
  • Household Finance Research Seminar: TBD
    3:45-4:45 pm (details)
  • Juli Plant Grainger Macroeconomics Workshop (Economics): “Work from Home Before and After the COVID-19 Outbreak,” Alexander Bick (Arizona State University)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Friday, November 5

  • Interdisciplinary Training Program in Education Sciences: “Using Large Educational Data Sets to Understand Factors that Affect Student Success in STEM,” Timothy Nokes-Malach (University of Pittsburgh)
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)