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University of Wisconsin-Madison

CDE is a multi-disciplinary faculty research cooperative for social scientific demographic research whose membership includes sociologists, rural sociologists, economists, epidemiologists, and statisticians. CDE is one of the leading centers of social science research in the world, as indicated by the scholarly productivity of its faculty, the level of extramural funding secured by researchers, the production

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University of Texas at San Antonio

The Department of Demography provides training intended to increase the understanding of the size, distribution, composition and growth of human populations. The Department’s program focuses on developing an understanding of the conceptual basis of population structure, processes, analytical methods, and related policy issues. They offer a Ph.D. in Applied Demography and the focus of the Ph.D.

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University of Texas at Austin

The Population Research Center (PRC) is an interdisciplinary research and training unit of the University of Texas at Austin (UT) that provides infrastructure support services and project development support for a very productive, interdisciplinary group of population-related researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students at UT. Most of the research is concentrated in four overlapping and

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University of Pennsylvania

The Population Studies Center of the University of Pennsylvania  has fostered research and training in population since its founding in 1962, with support from the NICHD P30 program 1978-2003 and the R24 program since 2003. The PSC is characterized by remarkable continuity in the production of high-quality research even as the composition of its Research

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Carolina Population Center is made up of a large, diverse, vibrant, productive, and innovative set of population scholars. They co-reside with well-trained and ambitious predoctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, and professional, highly skilled staff. The organization is led by talented, experienced, and forward looking researchers and administrators. Effective mechanisms for governance and a set of

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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 Michigan

Department of Sociology. In 1966 the Center established close connections to the Department of Economics, and since that time has become increasingly interdisciplinary, currently drawing faculty from more than a dozen academic disciplines. In 1991 PSC became an autonomous unit within U-M’s College of Literature, Sciences, and the Arts (LS&A). In 1998, the Center made an institutional

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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 Chicago

The Population Research Center at NORC and the University of Chicago, now in its 34th year, is an interdisciplinary research center designed to facilitate high-quality population research conducted by its researchers. Since the Population Research Center was revitalized in 1983, the staff has grown from twelve to over 40. This growth has come from researchers in economics, psychology,

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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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