Upcoming Events

Here is a list of upcoming events (other than Notestein Seminars and Computing and Statistics Workshops).

  • Feb 23 International Sanctions, Regional Circulations and the Emergence of a Transnational State in Iran
    Amin Moghadam, Princeton University, Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series
  • Mar 2 The Fragile Families Challenge: A Scientific Mass Collaboration to Improve the Lives of Disadvantaged Children in the United States
    Matt Salganik, Professors of Sociology, Princeton University and Ian Lundberg, PhD Candidate, Sociology. Seminars are open to graduate students, faculty, and staff. Please contact ffdata@princeton.edu if you are interested in attending and have not received an email invitation.
  • Mar 9 Bondage and Skill Erasure: Migrant Workers in Qatar’s Construction Industry
    Natasha Iskander, New York University. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series (Co-sponsored by the PIIRS Research Community on Migration: People and Cultures across Borders)
  • Mar 16 Linguistic Integration and Immigrant Health: The Longitudinal Effects of Interethnic Social Capital
    Mesay A. Tegegne, University of Iowa. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series. (Co-sponsored by the PIIRS Research Community on Migration: People and Cultures across Borders)
  • Mar 30 Paradoxes of Integration: Why did Immigrant Fertility Decline in Norway?
    Marianne Tønnessen, Statistics Norway and Princeton University. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series.
  • Mar 30 Chains of Adversity: The Time-Varying Consequences of Paternal Incarceration for Adolescent Wellbeing
    Kristin Turney, Associate Professor, Sociology, UC-Irvine. Seminars are open to graduate students, faculty, and staff. Please contact ffdata@princeton.edu if you are interested in attending and have not received an email invitation.
  • Apr 18 Comparing Immigrant Integration in North America and Western Europe
    Nancy Foner, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series. (Co-sponsored by the PIIRS Research Community on Migration: People and Cultures across Borders)
  • Apr 20 Getting Respect: Responding to Stigma and Discrimination in the United States, Brazil, and Israel
    Michele Lamont, Harvard University. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series.
  • Apr 27 The Digital Poorhouse: Regulating the Poor in the 21st Century
    Virginia Eubanks, University at Albany, SUNY. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series.
  • May 4 Narratives of Asymmetrical Interactions between Police and Black Citizens
    Waverly Duck, University of Pittsburgh. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series.
  • May 11 Neighborhood Air Pollution and Children’s Cognitive Functioning
    Brandon Wagner, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Texas Tech University. Seminars are open to graduate students, faculty, and staff. Please contact ffdata@princeton.edu if you are interested in attending and have not received an email invitation.
  • May 11 Mapping the Fatefulness in Everyday Life: A Sociology of Small Events
    Alice Goffman, University of Wisconsin. Center for Migration and Development 2017 Spring Colloquium Series.

Past Events

The following is a list of past events (other than Notestein Seminars and Computing and Statistics Workshops).

  • Feb 9 Exploring the Biological Data in Fragile Families
    Colter Mitchell, Faculty Research Fellow, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Seminars are open to graduate students, faculty, and staff. Please contact ffdata@princeton.edu if you are interested in attending and have not received an email invitation.
  • Feb 2 The Geography of Opportunity: Developmental Trajectories of Children in Baltimore
    Elia De la Cruz Toledo, Researcher at Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. Seminars are open to graduate students, faculty, and staff. Please contact ffdata@princeton.edu if you are interested in attending and have not received an email invitation.
  • Jan 30 Advanced Statistical Programming Camp 2017
    A five-day event organized by the Politics department to expand the computing toolset of researchers using R to analyze big datasets and run computationally intensive tasks
  • Jan 29 Statistical Programming Camp 2017
    A five-and-a-half-day event organized by the Politics department to teach the basics of statistical programming using R, an open-source computing environment.