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Seminars and Speakers

CPC Seminars take place on Fridays at 12:00pm in person in MVR 2250 (unless otherwise noted). 

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CPC Seminars | Spring 2024

Richard Alba (March 15) will present Does Assimilation Still Matter? 

Orly Clerge (March 22) Youth, Race & Mobility in the 21st Century: A Focus on Black Millennials.

Orsola Torrisi (April 12) will present Family Dynamics in Armed Violence & Conflict: A Focus on Reproductive Health & Contraception.

Laura Lindberg (April 26) will present Stigma, Sensitivity, & Surveys: Measuring Abortion Post-Dobbs.

Megan Hyland (May 3) will present the first CPC Honorary Student Colloquium on The Role of State & Federal Policies in the Health Care Experiences of Older Adults.

N. Meltem Daysal (May 17) will present Antidepressant Use & School Performance: Evidence from Danish Administrative Data.



Center for Aging and Policy Studies (CAPS) Seminars

The Center for Aging and Policy Studies (CAPS) is a consortium between Syracuse University, the Cornell Population Center, and the School of Public Health of the University at Albany.

CAPS Events

CAPS-CPC Methodology Workshop (February 2, 12:00pm – 1:30pm) Featuring Coady Wing presenting Getting Started with Event Study Designs: Basic Concepts and New Innovations. Zoom only: LINK

Diego Alburez-Gutierrez (March 8, 12:00pm – 1:00pm). CAPS Seminar. Projections of Human Kinship for All Countries. Zoom only: LINK

CAPS-CPR Data Users Conference on U.S. State Policies, Population Health, and Aging. (May 21, 9:00am – 5:00pm). Strasser Legacy Room, 220 Eggers Hall, Syracuse University.


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Archived CPC Seminars

CPC Seminars | Fall 2023

Henrik Kleven (MONDAY September 18) will present Micro vs Macro Labor Supply Elasticities: The Role of Dynamic Returns to Effort at 423 ILR Conference Center.

Ravaris Moore (September 22) will present on work Police Shootings, Civilian Crime Reporting Delays, and Changing Implicit Sentiment Toward Police at 102 Mann Library.

Luca Maria Pesando (September 29) will present Dynamics of School Expansion and Sociocultural Changes in Inter-Caste Marriage in India

Dan Bouk (October 20) will present Democracy’s Data: The Hidden Stories in the U.S. Census and How to Read Them at 396 Statler Hall.

CPC Seminars | Spring 2023

Elizabeth Martin (February 17) will present Sheltered from the Storm? Political Environment and Economic Insecurity in US States, 1999-2019.

A. Nicole Kreisberg (March 24) will present TBD.

CPC Seminars | Fall 2022

Krystale Littlejohn (September 23) will present Just Get on the Pill: The Uneven Burden of Reproductive Politics

Bryan Sykes (October 14) will present on work TBA

Jeremy Fiel (October 21) will present Opportunity Seeking across Segregated Schools: Unintended Effects of Automatic Admission Policies on High School Segregation

Siwei Cheng (November 4) will present The Geography of Income Polarization and its Intergenerational Consequences

Archived CAPS Seminars

The Center for Aging and Policy Studies (CAPS) is a consortium between Syracuse University, the Cornell Population Center, and the School of Public Health of the University at Albany.

CAPS Events

Gopi Shah Goda (September 8, 12-1pm) CAPS Seminar. The Interplay between Research and Policy: Lessons from the White House. Zoom only: LINK

Jessica Ho (September 22, 12-1pm) CAPS Seminar. Causes of America’s Lagging Life Expectancy: An International Comparative Perspective. Zoom only: LINK

Lauren Brown (October 6, 12-1pm) CAPS Seminar. Biosocial Aging: Measurement, Equity, and Ethics. Zoom only: LINK

Hui Zheng (October 27, 10:30am – 12:00pm) CAPS Annual Conference Keynote Address. Understanding American Health Trends: Deaths of Despair, Racial Disparities, and The Declining Health in Boomers to Millennials. Zoom only: LINK

January 27, 2023 at 12:00pm – CAPS/CPR Seminar: Atheendar Venkataramani

February 24, 2023 at 12:00pm- CAPS Seminar: Norma Coe

March 31, 2023 at 10:00am – CAPS Methodology Workshop

April 21, 2023 at 12:00pm – Rachel Margolis


Upcoming Events

March 4, 2024

With reporting on the “migration crises” and the “migration surge at the border” once again taking center stage in the media, those advocating for migrant...

March 8, 2024

Diego Alburez-Guttierrez, Research Group Leader at Max Planck institute for Demographic Research, will present "Projections of Human Kinship for All...

March 15, 2024

Richard Alba, Professor Emeritus at the Graduate Center, City University of New York will present "Does Assimilation Still Matter?"  Co-sponsored by the Center for...

March 22, 2024

Orly Clerge, Associate Professor, University of California at Davis will present "Youth, Race & Mobility in the 21st Century: A Focus on Black Millenials." ...

Past Events

March 1, 2024

Barum Park, Assistant Professor of Sociology, will present "What Kinds of Projects Should You Do in Graduate...

February 23, 2024

Bryan Sykes, Associate Professor of Public Policy, will present How to Anticipate & Recover from Common Pitfalls, Hazards, & Difficulties in Graduate...

February 16, 2024

Mary Jo Hoeksema from the Population Association of America and the Association of Population Centers, with Vida Maralani from Cornell University Department of Sociology will...

February 2, 2024

CAPS-CPC methodology workshop on Event Study Designs Coady Wing Associate Professor School of Public and Environmental Affairs Indiana University Bio: Coady Wing is...

January 26, 2024

Vida Maralani, Associate Professor of Sociology presents How to Juggle Tasks and Still Make Progress on Your...

September 22, 2023

Title: TBD September 22, 2023 | Noon – 1:15pm Mann...