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Jax Gonzalez graduated with a Masters in Education, Curriculum and Instruction from the School of Education

May 7, 2021

Jax Gonzalez graduated with a Masters in Education, Curriculum and Instruction from the School of Education. They were named an Outstanding Graduate for their commitment to collective liberation in teaching.

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PhD student, Hillary Steinberg, accepted a postdoctoral position at the AJ Drexel Autism Institute at Drexel University

May 6, 2021

Hillary Steinberg has accepted a postdoctoral position at the AJ Drexel Autism Institute at Drexel University. She will be working on policy-oriented projects related to the transition to young adulthood, and a joint project with Rutgers University on transgender identity in autistic youth. She is happy to share any resources...

Amanda Stevenson

CU Boulder Today covered Amanda Stevenson new publication in Science Advances

May 5, 2021

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David Pyrooz published an opinion editorial in The Globe and Mail

May 3, 2021

David Pyrooz published an opinion editorial in The Globe and Mail , “Jails and prisons remain a hotbed for COVID-19. Vaccinate the people who live or work in them,” calling for rapidly expanding access to vaccination and to attend to vaccine hesitancy among incarcerated populations in Canada (with Rose Ricciardelli...

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Rachel Rinaldo interviewed for Colorado Public Radio about the pandemic's effects on working women

April 30, 2021

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Lori Hunter and Dan Simon had a paper published this week by Population and Environment

April 23, 2021

This is an outgrowth of one of the Migration-Climate-Health workshops held through CUPC over the past several years. Abstract: Climate change and attendant weather events are global phenomena with wide-ranging implications for migration and health. We argue that while these issues are inherently interrelated, little empirical or policy attention has...

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The Dakin Research Awards

April 23, 2021

The Dakin Research Awards provide funding to support ongoing research and writing related to peace, inter-cultural understanding, conflict resolution, amelioration of important social problems. This year's awards go to: Justin Vinneau Danni Lopez-Rogina Carrie Seay-Fleming

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The Racial/Ethnic Inequalities Research Awards - Summer 2021

April 23, 2021

The Racial/Ethnic Inequalities Research Awards support graduate students of color as well as graduate student research on race/ethnicity. For summer 2021, we are able to fund seven exciting research projects. The award winners and their project titles are: Jose Sanchez and Jen Tostlebe : "Where colors collide: Does race moderate...

Lori Peek

Lori Peek nominated by President Biden to serve on the board of directors of the National Institute of Building Sciences

April 21, 2021

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Jocelyn West Awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

April 19, 2021

Jocelyn West was awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship , which offers $34,000 per year for three years to support her research and graduate education. With this award, she will be studying the social dimensions of landslides in Puerto Rico. After 71,000 landslides were triggered by Hurricane María in 2017,...

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