Weekly Events, September 20-24

Monday, September 20

  • Politics, Culture, and Society Workshop: Jill Richardson
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)
  • Population Health Sciences Seminar: “21st Century Global Disease Burden: The Role of Anesthesia and Surgery,” K.A. Kelly McQueen (UW)
    12:00-1:00 pm (details)
  • Race and Ethnicity Workshop: discussion of the 2021 American Sociological Association Presidential Address by Aldon Morris
    2:00-3:30 pm (details)
  • Joseph L. Krislov Labor Workshop (Economics): “The Alpha Beta Gamma of the Labor Market,” Victoria Gregory (FRB St. Louis)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Tuesday, September 21

  • CDE DemSem: “Mass Education and Women’s Autonomy: Evidence from Latin America,” Daniela Urbina (University of Oxford)
    12:15-1:30 pm (virtual)
  • Juli Plant Grainger Public Workshop (Economics): “Evaluating Minimum Taxes and Tax Harmonization,” James Hines (Michigan)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Wednesday, September 22

  • La Follette School of Public Affairs Seminar Series: “Understanding Geographic Disparity in Mortality,” Jason Fletcher (UW)
    12:30-1:45 pm (details)
  • Demography Training Seminar: PAA Abstract Workshop Panel with Felix Elwert (UW), Michal Engelman (UW), Corina Mommaerts (UW)
    2:00-3:15 pm (details)
  • Statistics Seminar: “Projected Least Squares Quantum Tomography,” Jonas Kahn
    4:00-5:00 pm (details)

Thursday, September 23

  • Institute for Research on Poverty: “Housing Challenges Following Felony Conviction: Examining the Roles of Stigma and Discrimination,” Brielle Bryan (Rice)
    12:15-1:30 pm (details)
  • Development Economics Workshop (A&AE): “Economic Development In Stateless Nations: Lessons From South Sudan—And A Warning For Afghanistan,” Daniel Bromley (UW)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)
  • Household Finance Research Seminar: “Tax Incentives and Housing Decisions: Investigating Effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” Erik Hembre (University of Illinois-Chicago)
    3:45-4:45 pm (details)

Friday, September 24

  • Interdisciplinary Training Program in Education Sciences: “Engaging Policymakers: Best Practices From Those Who Study It and Do It,” Karen Bogenschneider (UW)
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)