PSTC affiliates present PAA paper previews

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University]  - In anticipation of the annual meeting of the Population Association of America in Boston at the beginning of May, three PSTC affiliates presented previews of their PAA papers on Thursday, April 24, during a noon-time gathering at the PSTC. Read more...

(Distributed April 28, 2014)

PSTC Trainee Weeam Hammoudeah receives McNamara grant

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] - Weeam Hammoudeh, a PSTC trainee and Sociology predoctoral student at Brown University, has been named one of ten Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund 2014-2015 grantees studying at universities in the U.S. and Canada. Hammoudeh focuses her research on contraception, fertility, and demographic transition and quality of life, particularly in Palestine and the Gaza Strip. Read more...

(Distributed April 28, 2014)

Population and Development: Anthropological Perspectives

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] - A group of emerging scholars in anthropology and population gathered from North America and South Africa at Brown University March 14-16 for a conference entitled “Population and Development: Anthropological Perspectives.” A dozen papers were pre-circulated with the goal of creating a stimulating conference and productively moving the papers toward publication.

(Distributed March 17, 2014)

PSTC accepting applications for 2014-15 Predoctoral Trainingship

PROVIDENCE, RI [Brown University] - The PSTC provides a demography training program for predoctoral students in affiliated programs of Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Public Health, and Sociology.  Affiliation also provides students with mentorship and funding opportunities for research and fieldwork.  To be admitted or re-enrolled into the program, interested students must apply/re-apply for affiliation. 

(Distributed February 27, 2014)

PSTC Trainee Hardy receives PEDL Award

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] - Economics Graduate Student and PSTC Trainee Morgan Hardy and her graduate student co-author, Jamie McCasland (Berkeley) were awarded the Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL) Exploratory Research Grant for their project Microentrepreneurship in Ghana: Measuring the productivity effects of labor inputs, customary social networks, and trade association membership.

(Distributed October 16, 2013)
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