Paul Y. Chang, PhD, associate professor of sociology, Harvard University, will present Intermarriage, assimilation theory, and the acculturation of global marriage migrants in South Korea. Please CLICK HERE to register for this virtual seminar.
Harvard Pop Center faculty affiliate Mary Brinton is chairing this webinar that features four other panelists... Across the world, societies are struggling to design sustainable policies for their aging populations. In much of the developed world, an increasing share of the population is over 60. In Japan, which has long been viewed as the pioneer “super-aging” society, nearly 30% of the population is now over 65. Individuals are living much…
Shannon M. Monnat, PhD, associate professor of sociology; Lerner Chair for Public Health Promotion & Lerner Center director; and co-director of the Policy, Place and Population Health Lab, Syracuse University, will present Rural population health in the context of drug overdoses, COVID-19, and longer-term mortality trends. Please CLICK HERE to register for this virtual seminar.
Across much of sub-Saharan Africa, HIV-related mortality has dramatically declined, thanks to advancements in antiretroviral therapy. However, while many are now living longer, they are also experiencing higher rates of geriatric illnesses and other non-communicable diseases. The consequences of population aging in rural, low-income settings has not received much of the research spotlight, until now. Researchers at The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies are working in partnership with…
Fenaba R. Addo, PhD, associate professor of public policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will present TBA. Please CLICK HERE to register for this virtual seminar.
Christina H. Fuller, ScD, associate professor in the department of population health science, Georgia State University School of Public Health, will present TBA. Please CLICK HERE to register for this virtual seminar.
Susan Dynarski, PhD, Patricia Albjerg Graham Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education, will present TBA. Please CLICK HERE to register for this virtual seminar.
Sangeetha Madhavan, PhD, professor and chair, African American studies; and professor, sociology, University of Maryland, College Park, will present TBA. Please CLICK HERE to register for this virtual seminar.