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University of Washington

The Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology (CSDE) supports population research and training at the University of Washington. It also functions as a regional center that gives population scientists at affiliated institutions in the Pacific Northwest access to cutting-edge demographic infrastructure and services. The core of CSDE consists of a large group of productive population scholars over many social science disciplines.  Research at

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University of Minnesota

The Minnesota Population Center (MPC) is a University-wide research unit established by the Vice President for Research under “New Initiatives in Interdisciplinary Research.”  Ten colleges at the University participate in the MPC: College of Liberal Arts (CLA), Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, College of Human Ecology, Law School, Carlson School of Management, School of Public

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University of Colorado at Boulder

The Institute of Behavioral Science is a research institute within the Graduate School of the University of Colorado Boulder. Since its establishment in 1957, it has provided a setting for interdisciplinary, collaborative research on problems of societal concern. By engaging faculty from all the social and behavioral sciences, IBS encourages work that transcends disciplinary boundaries,

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University of Maryland

The Maryland Population Research Center (formerly the Center on Population, Gender and Social Inequality), was initially created in 1988 as a small, high quality “niche” center. For its first decade, the Center’s membership consisted solely of social demographers from the University of Maryland’s Department of Sociology. The Center greatly influenced the agenda for research on gender inequality

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University of California, Berkeley

Continuing a tradition begun in 1965, the Department of Demography offers training for advanced degrees in demography. The program is one of the very few in the United States granting graduate degrees in demography, rather than treating the subject as a field of specialization within another discipline, typically sociology. This training strategy permits greater concentration

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University at Albany, SUNY

The Center for Social and Demographic Analysis (CSDA) was established in 1981 with the objective of providing a strong research infrastructure for scholarship in the social sciences at the University at Albany. Over the years it has increasingly emphasized support for interdisciplinary population research, especially the analysis of spatial inequalities (paying attention to processes of

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Ohio State University

The Institute for Population Research is a multidisciplinary center, established in 2000 as the Initiative in Population Research with the goal of building excellence at Ohio State in population and health research. IPR’s growth since 2006 has accelerated thanks to funds from the OSU Population and Health Targeted Investment in Excellence (TIE). In 2009, IPR

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Johns Hopkins University

The Hopkins Population Center (HPC) was established in 1971 with a mandate to stimulate and facilitate interdisciplinary population research throughout the Johns Hopkins University.  From its inception, the vision underlying the HPC has been the highest quality research, resulting from interactions among population researchers from diverse disciplinary backgrounds, aided by state-of-the-art research infrastructure. One of the

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Cornell University

The Cornell Population Center (CPC) serves as the intellectual hub for demographic research and training at Cornell University. It supports demographic research relating broadly to four core themes: (1) families and children; (2) health behaviors and disparities; (3) poverty and inequality; and (4) immigration and diversity. CPC is a university-wide program serving 116 faculty and

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