Spring 2022 IPR Seminar Series announced!

September 30, 2021

Spring 2022 IPR Seminar Series announced!

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The Institute for Population Research is pleased to announce the Spring 2022 IPR Seminar Series! 

Please note that January and February 2022 seminars will only be offered in a virtual format. 

The seminar will be held in hybrid format.

  1. All sessions will be available to join virtually via zoom. You must register in advance for the spring seminar; registration does not carry over from past semesters. Register at: https://osu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqf-GhqDgiG9WdqaEWVPZ5HCi_u9rmSUZp .You will only receive one confirmation email when registering. Please check your junk mail folder for the confirmation email, and email boettner.6@osu.edu if you cannot locate it. You will use the same link each week to access the seminar series so be sure to bookmark it or otherwise save the email/link one you receive the confirmation. 
  2. Most seminars will be presented in-person in the IPR Seminar Room (Townshend Hall, 038). For seminars not presented in person, we will have an in-person audience in the seminar room. Masks will be required, and unfortunately no food or drinks will be served. 

1/18/22: Dean Lillard, Professor of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University

1/25/22: Sarah Hayford, Professor of Sociology, Director of Institute for Population Research, The Ohio State University

2/1/22: Sara Curran, Professor of Sociology, Director of Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology, University of Washington

2/8/22: Reanne Frank, Professor of Sociology, The Ohio State University

2/15/22: Yao Lu, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University

2/22/22: Jeff Cohen, Professor of Anthropology, The Ohio State University

3/1/22: Jay Kaufman, Professor of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University

3/8/22: Susan Short (Brown) Professor of Sociology, Director of the Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University

3/22/22: Kathleen Harris, James Haar Distinguished Professor of Sociology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

3/29/22: Meta Brown, Associate Professor of Economics, Rachel Dwyer, Professor of Sociology, and Stephanie Moulton, Associate Professor of Public Affairs, The Ohio State University

4/12/22: Eric Fong, Professor and Chair of Sociology, The University of Hong Kong