In connection with a recent Pew Research Center Report and a New York Times article on the link between decreasing marriage rates and increasing financial concerns, Pop Center affiliated faculty member Alexandra Killewald’s research on the marriage premium has been cited in this Mercatornet.com article.
An unprecedented $350 million dollar gift from the Morningside Foundation, a philanthropic organization established by the family of the late T.H. Chan, will support HSPH as it tackles global health threats such as pandemics, harmful physical and social environments, poverty and humanitarian crises, and failing health systems. Read about this game- (and name-) changing event in the Harvard Gazette.
Erika Sabbath, who recently joined the faculty of the Graduate School of Social Work at Boston College after completing a post-doctoral fellowship at the Pop Center, has received a major grant from the CDC and its National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. This K01 grant will give her the opportunity to focus intensively on her project “Quantifying Economic & Health Effects of Psychosocial Workplace Exposures.” Congratulations to Erika!
The Program on the Global Demography of Aging at Harvard is calling for pilot proposals in the area of economics and demography of aging. This funding opportunity is open to Harvard University researchers and the deadline is September 3, 2014.
The recently published study by Harvard RWJF Health & Societies Scholar Program Alum Alexander Tsai and Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Ichiro Kawachi that links being well-integrated socially with a lowered risk of suicide receives press on Reuters.com.