ISR's program in Society, Population, and Environment (SPE) focuses on social change and social issues worldwide.
McEniry and Schoeni host Conference on Long-run Impacts of Early Life Events
ISR seminar on developments in household panel surveys, May 22
PSC trainees gather to celebrate their next moves
NIH announces new policy for resubmissions (4/17/14)
2014 PAA Annual Meeting, May 1-3, Boston
PSC newsletter spring 2014 issue now available
Raghunathan appointed director of Survey Research Center
Kusunoki wins faculty seed grant award from Institute for Research on Women and Gender
USN&WR ranks Michigan among best in nation for graduate education in sociology, public health, economics
ICPD Report shows international progress and acute challenges for women's rights and well-being
Applications for the 2014 PSC small grants program are due by Friday, January 31, 2014.
New ISR center to advance research methods linking biological and social science data
Conference on complex systems and population health, Feb 24-25
Remembering Suzanne Bianchi
PSC trainees on the job market
PSC researchers and trainees: Acknowledging grant support in publications and presentations
Arline Geronimus and Colter Mitchell featured in AJPH issue on society, genetics, and health
Trainees Nelson Saldaña, Sarah Seelye and Ellen Compernolle awarded PSC grants
U-M grad programs do well in latest USN&WR "Best" rankings
Pre-proposals for MiCDA Pilot Grant funding due March 15, 2013
Bound presents PAA-sponsored seminar at GAO on data needs for research on immigrant labor and the economy
PSC participation at PAA 2013
Application for Weinberg Fellowship in Population, Development, and Climate Change due February 25
PSC Small Grants announcement issued with proposal deadline of 1/31/2013
Harding to speak at Science Café on 'Race and the Legal System,' Feb 27.
Smock named editor of PAA’s flagship journal, Demography
Dan Brown to discuss effects of climate change on Great Lakes region, Science Café, Oct 10.
PSC Pilot Grants available for 2013. Applications due Oct 19.
PSID and SRC host conference, 'Inequality across Multiple Generations,' Sept 13-14, 2012
Six local women partnered with A2A3 break record for English Channel swim
ISR's $29 million building addition approved by U-M Regents
Monitoring the Future study receives $35 million in funding from NIH for next 5 years
Weinberg Fellow Nolte walks fine line between ecological and social issues
Research Professor position in international family demography, PSC/SRC
Bob Groves leaving Census Bureau for Georgetown University
Jeroen Spijker is PSC resident April and May
Health and Retirement Study adds genetic data to NIH database
Michigan participation at PAA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, May 3-5, 2012
Michigan ranked 7th in Times Higher Education list of world's top social science universities
Michigan's grad program in sociology ranked 3rd on USN&WR "best of" list
Spatial Analysis in the Social Sciences seminars scheduled monthly, Feb - May, 2012
Applications being accepted for the Marshall Weinberg Fellowship on Population, Development and Climate Change. Deadline Sept 30
PSC Reseachers at the Population Association of America 2011 Annual Meeting
Accepting applications for 2011 NIA Postdoctoral Fellowships
David Lam says African scholar Geegbae's visit to U.S. has two-way importance
Half-day SIPP Analytic Research Conference, Sept 27, 6080 ISR
Catalog of ISR publications, 1945-1994 now available online
ASA report advises new PhDs in sociology: look at research, applied, and policy positions outside academia
Knodel and Lam lead the new Research Network on AIDS and Older Persons in Africa and Asia
Bob Groves reports on status of Census 2010, July 16
PSID on NSF's "Sensational 60" list of major scientific advances
ISR awards winners in U-M census video ad contest
ISR announces Census video contest winners
NIH awards $14.8 stimulus grant to ISR for expansion and renovation
PSC participates at 2010 PAA Annual Meeting
Meet New PSC Director Pamela Smock
ISR-sponsored Census Ad Contest takes on low student response rates
"It's in Our Hands": New Census Bureau site promotes participation in 2010 Census
Applications for PSC small grants due by Jan 15, 2010
Richard Cohn, PSC alum, remembered. Obit
Postdoctoral Fellowships sponsored by NICHD and NIA available in 2010
Amos Hawley, pioneer in Human Ecology, dies at 98
Now accepting applications for Census 2010 Data Boot Camp for Journalists
ISR celebrates 60th anniversary June 19
PSC participants at PAA Annual Meeting, 2009
Aging in Developing Countries Network site launched
The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Older Persons in Africa and Asia, a conference, November 7-8, 2008
NICHD & NIA Postdoctoral Fellowship applications being accepted for 2009 positions at PSC.
George Alter coordinates the Michigan Historical Demography Workshop
New PSC blog provides news on recent publications, funding, media stories, events
PSC participation at PAA: Description and schedule for papers, posters, discussions
Marshall Weinberg Research Fellowships awarded to Hwang, Xie, Mu, Grieger
Graduate travel fellowships available from Global Health Research and Training Initiative (GHRT)
Predissertation travel fellowship available from Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG)
Remote statistical consulting appointments now available from CSCAR
Ron Freedman remembered
Postdoctoral Fellowship applications now being accepted for NICHD and NIA positions at PSC
UM-GHRT/OVPR Faculty Seed Grant applications due October 15, 2007
IRWG Gender and Global Health faculty seed grant applications due October 15, 2007
Eva Mueller’s Life’s Work Celebrated
Global Health Research and Training Initiative web site launched by Harlow et al.
Knodel and colleagues find older-age parents in Cambodia extensively involved in care of adult children with AIDS
Thornton's Reading History Sideways generates exchange
As immigration escalates in new U.S. locales, Frey sees heightened public interest
How to Get Funding from NICHD
Extract Web interface introduced by PSC Census 2000 support
PSC Celebrates 2002 Freedman and Hermalin Endowment Awards
Danziger and Featherman at local book signing
Comparative Study of Aging and Health in Asia (AHA) is now underway at PSC and has posted a new web site.
Institute for Social Research MLK 2001 Event: Collecting and Interpreting Race and Ethnicity Data: Census 2000 and Beyond
PSC remembers Deborah Selin Freedman, 1918-2001
Obituary for Lee A. Lillard III, 1943-2000
PSC Reunion 2000: a major reunion and retirement celebration for Al Hermalin
The World at 6 Billion: Where Do We Go From Here?
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