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September 2016

CSDA Colloquium: “Looking through a different lens: Examining the inequality- mortality association in U.S. counties using spatial panel models”

September 23, 2016 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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T.C. Yang, University at Albany Click here for the flyer  

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October 2016

CSDA Colloquium: “The role of midlife work stressors in aging and health”

October 14, 2016 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Charlotta Nilsen, Visiting Scholar,  Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Click here for the flyer

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Sociology Colloquium: Greg Sharp, University of Buffalo

October 25, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Co-Sponsored by the Center for Social and Demographic Analysis

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November 2016

CSDA Colloquium: “Why does adult health and longevity differ across U.S. states”

November 4, 2016 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Jennifer Karas Montez, Ph.D. Syracuse University Click here for the flyer

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February 2017

CSDA Colloquium: William Alex Pridemore, University at Albany

February 3, 2017 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
The Standish Room; 3rd FL Science Library,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Title: "Rain on the Scarecrow, Blood on the Plow: The Impact of the 1980s Farm Crisis on Suicide in Rural America" Click here for the flyer

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CSDA Colloquium: “Agent-based models as agents of change? Simulations to reduce violence and its consequences”

February 10, 2017 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Melissa Tracy, University at Albany Click here for the flyer

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March 2017

CSDA Colloquium: “Manufacturing Gender Inequality in the New Economy:  High School Training for Work in Blue-Collar Communities” April Sutton, Cornell University

March 31, 2017 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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April 2017

CSDA Colloquium: “Target-based Approach to Determine Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Crime” Shiguo Jiang, University at Albany

April 21, 2017 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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April 2018

CSDA Colloquium: “Boundary Claims and the Emergence of New Categories: Asian and Hispanic Panethnicity Compared” by Dina G. Okamoto

April 6 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Past research on group boundaries and boundary making has typically focused on the broader conditions
that brighten or blur boundaries. Dr. Okamoto is interested in how emergent ethnoracial boundaries are
deployed and substantiated. By analyzing the Asian and Hispanic cases, she further examines how
pioneering social movement publications in the 1970s developed early claims about the boundaries of
panethnicity.

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CSDA Colloquium: “Leveraging Genetics to Inform Social Science” by Dalton Conley

April 13 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Management Services Center (MSC) — Conference Room 102A/102B,
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, 12222 United States
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Dr. Conley examines the complicated ways genes and environment interact to affect poverty, inequality,
and social mobility

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