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Mar 19

CPC at PAA 2019

Mar 20, 2019 The Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America will be held April 10-13 at the JW...
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Mar 19

New website launched for exploring global tuberculosis (TB) data

Mar 20, 2019 WASHINGTON, DC-The Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Mark Green, is launching a...
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Mar 19

The Depths of Despair among U.S. Adults Entering Midlife

Mar 20, 2019 The American Journal of Public Health has issued a publication by Carolina Population Center researchers entitled "The...
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Feb 19

North Carolina’s Leaky Educational Pipeline: Report maps NC postsecondary public education pipeline, identifies at-risk groups

Feb 28, 2019 New demographic report will help guide the state's path forward in improving education attainment in order to...
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Feb 19

CPC Fellow Yong Cai in NYT: “China Isn’t Having Enough Babies”

Feb 27, 2019 Sociologists Yong Cai and Wang Feng ask whether China can keep up with its aging population given...
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Feb 19

Feb 27: Community Voices Forum

Feb 26, 2019 Wednesday, Feb 27th, News & Observer will host a community a forum - "Hello, neighbor!" - from...
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Feb 19

Trainee Hackathon Spring 2019

Feb 15, 2019 On Friday, February 8th, the Carolina Population Center hosted a Hackathon for pre- and postdoctoral scholars to...
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Feb 19

CPC Postdoctoral Scholar Carmen Gutierrez awarded Russell Sage Foundation grant: The ACA and the Demography of the U.S. Criminal

Feb 11, 2019 The Russell Sage Foundation has awarded a grant entitled "The ACA and the Demography of the U.S....
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Jan 19

CPC Fellows Barrington and Handa awarded UNICEF grant: Assessment of Impact of the Social Cash Transfer Program

Jan 15, 2019 The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has awarded a grant entitled "Assessment of Impact of the Social...
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Jan 19

CPC Fellow Taillie awarded Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant: Reducing Racial-Ethnic Disparities in SSB Intake

Jan 15, 2019 The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded a grant entitled "Reducing Racial-Ethnic Disparities in Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake:...
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