The Office of Population Research (OPR) at Princeton University is a leading demographic research and training center. OPR has a distinguished history of contributions in formal demography and the study of fertility change. In recent years there has been increasing research activity in the areas of health and wellbeing, social demography, and migration and urbanization.
The fall series of Notestein seminars continues on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 in 300 Wallace Hall, when the featured talk will be
Lauren Gaydosh, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Princeton University. Beyond Orphanhood: Parental Absence and Child Health in Tanzania.
Seminar attendance is restricted to faculty, fellows, and students. To see the complete list of talks in the current seminar series click on seminars under research on the left-hand column.Starting with the spring 2012 series you can view screencasts of selected seminars.
There are new faces at OPR this fall. Let's see how many of them you can recognize. Click on a picture to select it and then click on the matching name. But beware, three strikes and you are out.
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Following the Flows
Several OPR associates will be participating in am upcoming workshop titled Following the Flows, Transnational Approaches to Intangible Remittances. The workshop will be held Friday September 19th and Saturday September 20th in Wallace Hall room 300. For more information please see the flyer.
OPR - The First 75 Years
For materials related to our 50th and 75th anniversary celebrations, including links to our Facebook page and YouTube channel, please visit our anniversary page, which can also be reached by clicking on the seal found on the top right corner of every page on this website.
C. Jessica Metcalf, Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs recently published an article titled Expanding the Age of Eligibility for Measles Vaccination Could Increase Childhood Survival in Africa in the journal Epidemiology & Infection
A study conducted by Angelina Grigoryeva, a PH.D student at OPR, was presented at the American Sociological Association's 109th Annual Meeting and has received publicity from several sources including this article published in USA Today. Elderly caregiving: Daughters, not sons, step up
OPR's Annual Report for 2012 has been published:
The file size is ~ 2.5MB. Links to earlier reports may be found in the research projects section.
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