Conferences + Workshops Archive

August 25 & 26, 2017: "Expanding Bridges and Overcoming Walls"
"Expanding Bridges and Overcoming Walls" held at UCSB Corwin Pavilion, will feature top scholars and policymakers from Mexico and the United States to initiate dialogue on state-of-the-art research and current...
May 1, 2017: "Gender Inequalities in STEM Education and Occupations"

This one-day cross-disciplinary workshop will feature research from leading economists, psychologists, and sociologists on the sources and consequences of women’s underrepresentation in scientific, technical, engineering, and mathematics (...

May 4, 2015: "Environmental and Economic Impacts on Human Demography"

Population scholars from all over the world, and from several disciplines, will be gathering in San Diego April 30-May 2 for the annual meetings of the Population Association of America.  On May 4, several distinguished members of this group will...

March 14, 2014: "Indigenous well-being amid socioeconomic transformation"

Indigenous people (or native peoples, tribal peoples) number about 370 million in over 5,000 populations in 70 countries. Despite comprising only 5% of the world population, indigenous people constitute about 15% of the world’s poor. Many...

February 23, 2013: Immigration and the Family: New Developments and Perspectives

When families immigrate to the US, they may come together or in several stages.  These  moves constitute a major disruption along their members’ developmental paths and a dramatic change in the social and economic context of their...

March 2, 2012: Gender and Family in the New Millennium:

As the economic lives of men and women have converged, families have become both highly diverse and socioeconomically stratified in the United States and other countries. “Gender and Family in the New Millennium”, a day-long...