Harvard Pop Center Social Demography Seminar: PhD candidates Minjin Chae and Jen Cruz each lead an abbreviated seminar on different topics
October 12th @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Minjin Chae, PhD candidate in sociology, Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (and HCPDS graduate student affiliate) will present “How worker power and time-related productivity constraints shape schedule quality,” and Jen Cruz, PhD candidate in population health sciences, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (and HCPDS graduate student affiliate), will present “Exploring the heterogeneity of rurality in the U.S.” Please register for either in person or virtual attendance.
The Social Demography Seminar (SDS) series at the Center for Population and Development Studies provides a lively forum for scholars from across the university to discuss in-progress social scientific and population research. Social demography includes work that uses demographic methods to describe and explain the distribution of social goods across populations. The hybrid series offers presentations on a wide variety of topics such as family, gender, race/ethnicity, population health—including mortality, morbidity, and functional health—inequality, immigration, fertility, and the institutional arrangements that shape and respond to population processes.