Carolina and Duke Gather at SSRI for Demography Daze 2016

May 20, 2016

The Carolina-Duke rivalry is arguably one of the greatest, but when it comes to academics, the two are often close collaborators and good friends. Only ten miles apart, faculty often share expertise and research with one another (despite what shade of blue they think is best).

The rivalry took another break Thursday as the Social Science Research Institute's affiliated center the Duke Population Research Institute (DuPRI) hosted Demography Daze 2016. Celebrating its fifth year, Demography Daze is a collaboration between the Carolina Population Center (CPC) and DuPRI.

The event alternates between Chapel Hill and Durham each year. This year, Carolina came to SSRI as Duke hosted the workshop. A day full of shared ideas and collaborative research, Demography Daze takes interdisciplinary research to a new level, bringing together researchers from across the disciplines and across campuses under the umbrella of demography. Faculty from public policy, sociology, history, economics, geography and government participated in the event and gave talks on their work.

Read the full story on SSRI's website here

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