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Heather Champeau has accepted a position with the Colorado State Demography Office. Congrats to her!


Lori Hunter has accepted an invitation to join the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Board on Environmental Change and Society (BECS). The Board provides a forum to examine and advance the social and natural sciences at the intersection of human activity and global environmental change. 


Doctoral candidate Adenife Modile, who studies fertility and maternal health worldwide, travels to Tanzania this month as a Population Reference Bureau Fellow. One of 10 people from seven countries selected for the fellowship, Modile wants to influence public policy to disrupt cultural norms that encourage high fertility rates.


Jill Harrison has had an article accepted for publication in the journal Environmental Sociology: “'We do Ecology, Not Sociology': Interactions among Bureaucrats and the Undermining of Regulatory Agencies’ Environmental Justice Efforts.”


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