Weekly Events, September 27-October 1

Monday, September 27

  • Politics, Culture, and Society Workshop: David Skalinder
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)
  • Population Health Sciences Seminar: “Recent Findings and Results from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin: Tracking Social Determinants of Health and COVID-19 in a Statewide Sample,” Amy Schultz and SHOW Students (UW)
    12:00-1:00 pm (details)
  • Race and Ethnicity Workshop: “Did Elijah Muhammad’s Message To the Black Man Uplift Adherents? The Treatment Effects of Membership In The Nation of Islam,” Gregory Price
    2:00-3:30 pm (details)
  • Joseph L. Krislov Labor Workshop (Economics): “A Structural Meta-Analysis of Welfare-to-Work Programs and Their Impacts on Children,” Joseph Mullins (University of Minnesota)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Tuesday, September 28

  • CDE DemSem: “Connecting Demography and Epidemiology: Spatial Studies in New York, New Jersey and Boston,” Dustin Duncan (Columbia University), Co-sponsored by the Center for Demography of Health and Aging
    12:15-1:30 pm (details)
  • Juli Plant Grainger Public Workshop (Economics): “Selection in Disability Insurance,” Adibah Abdulhadi (UW)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Wednesday, September 29

  • Applied Economics Workshop (Agricultural & Applied Economics): Practice job talk, “Timing of SNAP Disbursement and Crime Incidence in the United States,” Licheng Xu (UW)
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)
  • La Follette School of Public Affairs Seminar Series: “Towards Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence: Harnessing AI to Improve Human Decision-Making,” Chenhao Tan (University of Chicago)
    12:30-1:45 pm (details)
  • Demography Training Seminar: “Publishing as Process,” Felix Elwert (UW)
    2:00-3:15 pm (details)
  • Statistics Seminar: “Geospatial Modeling of COVID-19 Spread Using Human Mobility Big Data,” Song Gao
    4:00-5:00 pm (details)

Thursday, September 30

  • Institute for Research on Poverty: “A Roadmap for States to Build an Effective Prenatal-to-3 System of Care,” Cynthia Osborne (University of Texas at Austin)
    12:15-1:30 pm (details)
  • Development Economics Workshop (Agricultural & Applied Economics): Practice job talk, “The Presource Curse: Anticipation, Disappointment, and Governance after Oil Discoveries,” Erik Katovich (UW)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)
  • Household Finance Research Seminar: “Survey Evidence of Racial Disparities in the Impact of COVID-19,” Omer Ali (Duke)
    3:45-4:45 pm (details)

Friday, October 1

  • Interdisciplinary Training Program in Education Sciences: “Partnerships in Times of Transition: Challenges and Opportunities,” Carl Frederick (Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction), Annalee Good (Wisconsin Center for Education Research), and Beth Vaade (Madison Metropolitan School District)
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)