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Marshall Weinberg with awardees Meeta Sainju Pradhan, Kristin Seefeldt, and Brian Kovak.
Marshall Weinberg has long been concerned with population issues, in particular how malnutrition, poor health, and lack of education affect societies, and how populations impact the environment.
In conjunction with this interest, Weinberg established an Endowment Fund to help support research in these areas. Weinberg Fund recipients are PSC-affiliated junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students who conduct research with potential benefit for international populations.
This award is used flexibly in ways that the recipient feels will best enhance their ability to complete their research goals.
Jason Kerwin. Effect of Income Timing and Structure on Savings and Consumption Behavior. 2013-2014.
Qing Lai. A Systematic Investigation of Chinese Adult Higher Education. 2013-2014.
Dean Yang, and Catherine Ambler. Channeling Remittances toward Human Capital Investment in Central America. 2013-2014.
Jason Kerwin. Response of Malawians’ Sexual Behavior to Information about HIV Transmission Risks. 2012-2013.
Prem B. Bhandari. Measurement of Remittance Use in a Remittance Dependent Economy. 2012-2013.
Emily Merchant. Prediction and Control: Global Population, Population Science, and Population Politics in the Twentieth Century. 2012-2013.
Andrew Goodman-Bacon. Three Essays on Health Policy and Mortality. 2012-2013.
Laura Zimmermann. Remember When It Rained: The Elusiveness of Gender Discrimination in Indian School Enrollment. 2012-2013.
Emily Beam. Reducing Imperfect Information Among Jobseekers in the Philippines. 2011-2012.