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  • 6 Jun 2022 4:50 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    Click here for the Spring 2022 edition of SDA's newsletter, Southern Demographic News!

    More information about the 2022 SDA Annual Meeting, the Call for Papers and Awards, and booking your hotel room(s) are included in this edition. 

    Click here for the abstract submission form for the 2022 SDA Annual Meeting

    Newsletter contributions are always welcome! Please send any to news@sda-demography.org


  • 6 Jun 2022 4:05 PM | Gerald Shoultz (Administrator)

    Call For Papers

    Southern Demographic Association

    Annual Meeting October 17-19, 2022

    Knoxville, Tennessee

    We invite submissions of 250-word abstracts for individual research papers and/or posters in applied or academic demography, economics, geography, sociology, public health, psychology, and epidemiology. Also welcome are proposals for thematic sessions or panel discussions.

    During the meeting, SDA will announce the 2022 winners of three awards:

    • E. Walter Terrie Award for the best paper presented at the SDA Annual Meeting on an applied topic, especially one relating to state and local demography Send nominations to Jason Devine (jason.e.devine@census.gov)
    • Everett S. Lee Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award (1 paper per 1st author). Send nominations to Julia Wolf (julia.wolf@utsa.edu)
    • Outstanding Undergraduate Paper Award (1 paper per 1st author). Send nominations to Michael Topping (mtopping@wisc.edu)

    Deadlines:

    • All paper/poster/session submissions must be made by 11:59 pm CDT on Friday, July 15, 2022 at the following link: Submit SDA Abstract Here
    • All paper award submissions must be made by 11:59 pm CDT on Friday, September 16, 2022 to their respective email addresses noted above.
    Questions? Contact Kara Joyner, Program Chair (kara.joyner@utsa.edu) or see more details at http://sda-demography.org/Awards.
  • 3 Jun 2022 11:45 AM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    CSDE’s northern, neighboring undergraduate demographic training program at Western Washington University has renamed its lab to the Tedrow Lab for Demographic and Social Research.  The Center for Social Science Instruction/Demographic Research Laboratory was directed by Lucky Tedrow between 1977 – 2018.  Under Tedrow’s leadership, the lab was responsible for launching the careers of many demographic scholars with important contributions to the field.

    Click this link for the full story.

  • 2 Jun 2022 4:00 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    Evidence for Action, a Signature Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is hiring a postdoc to work in their Methods Lab to help develop and share approaches to overcoming methodological challenges in research to advance health and racial equity. The postdoc should have training and interest in quantitative research methods and their application toward dismantling root causes of health inequities. 

    The individual will work on emerging topics that may focus on areas such as critical perspectives on quantitative methods in disparities research, data pooling to address small samples, and development of measures relevant to advancing racial equity.


    For full consideration, applications are due June 27. For more information visit https://e4action.org/PostDoc.

  • 23 May 2022 12:03 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    For more information and to apply, click here: https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/290215

    Working Title: Deputy Director, Healthcare Workforce Data Center
    Role Title: Policy Planning Specialist III - 19133
    Job Open Date: 05/23/2022
    Job Close Date: 06/03/2022
    Open Until Filled
    Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)? No
    Hiring Range: $80,000- $95,000
    Agency: Dept of Health Professions (223)
    Agency Website: www.dhp.virginia.gov
    Location: Henrico - 087
    Sublocation:
    Position Number: 00289
    Job Posting Number: 1099554
    Type of Recruitment: General Public - G
    Does this position have telework options? Yes
    Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference: No
    Job Type: Full-Time (Salaried)
    Job Type Detail: Full-Time Salaried - Non-Faculty- FTS-1
    Pay Band: 06
    Job Description:
    The Department of Health Professions, a diverse and inclusive organization, is seeking candidates for the position of Deputy Director of the Healthcare Workforce Data Center. This position serves as Senior Policy Researcher for the Division. This position manages and provides strategic planning for HWDC’s workforce survey research. Directs and conducts an array of policy research, economic forecasts and other research projects and manages research staff.

  • 21 Mar 2022 1:11 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    A helpline for Ukrainian academic colleagues has been established by Population Europe and Charles University. In the event that your Department/institution can offer something (e.g., a visiting position), please use the Helpline.


    "We have established a helpline where colleagues in Ukraine can access information about job offers, fellowships etc. directly at one place in the internet.

    https://helpline-demography.eu/

    Please feel free to send any information to info@helpline-demography.eu

    Colleagues at Charles University, Prague, who run the website on behalf of Population Europe are in close contact with scholars in Ukraine."


    Thank you, SDA member David Swanson for bringing this to our attention. 

  • 2 Mar 2022 9:11 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    SDA Member David A. Swanson has been appointed to the Mortality Expert Panel at the Society of Actuaries Research Institute.

    Serving as the research arm of the Society of Actuaries (SOA), the SOA Research Institute provides objective, data-driven research bringing together tried and true practices and future-focused approaches to address societal challenges and your business needs. The Institute provides trusted knowledge, extensive experience and new technologies to help effectively identify, predict and manage risks. Representing the thousands of actuaries who help conduct critical research, the SOA Research Institute provides clarity and solutions on risks and societal challenges. The Institute connects actuaries, academics, employers, the insurance industry, regulators, research partners, foundations and research institutions, sponsors and non-governmental organizations, building an effective network which provides support, knowledge and expertise regarding the management of risk to benefit the industry and the public.

    For more information about the SOA Research Institute, see the following link - https://www.soa.org/research/research-institute/

  • 25 Feb 2022 2:10 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    SDA Members David A. Swanson and Lucky M. Tedrow had their paper "Taylor’s Law and the Relationship between Life Expectancy at Birth and Variance in Age at Death in a Period Life Table" published online by Population Review

    Click HERE to view the paper online.


  • 24 Feb 2022 4:06 PM | Gerald Shoultz (Administrator)

    The Department of Community and Environmental Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the spatial dimensions of community health, with an emphasis on emerging threats and inequalities including those facing underserved or marginalized populations and/or communities. The successful candidate will have a primary appointment and tenure home in the Department of Community and Environmental Sociology, will teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, engage in scholarly research, and participate in University and professional service. This faculty position is central to the department mission and broader initiative at CALS and the UW-Madison on environment and health.

    The successful candidate will continue to grow our department's longstanding commitment to research, teaching, and outreach that improves the ability to understand and intervene on the intersecting social causes and consequences of environmental and health problems. We have a particular interest in candidates whose work addresses emerging threats and inequalities, including those facing underserved or marginalized populations and/or communities.

    This position offers opportunities to contribute to and inform our growing major, our cross-college graduate program with the Department of Sociology, and our interdisciplinary programs with Global Health and Population Health. The position also offers excellent potential research collaborations with the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the NICHD-funded multi-disciplinary Center for Demography and Ecology, and the on-going research and outreach activities at the Applied Population Laboratory.

    Education:

    PhD in Sociology, Community health, or related field

    Qualifications:

    Applicants must hold a PhD prior to the start of the appointment and will preferably have a research specialization in the spatial dimensions of community health.

    Start date: The appointment for the position begins by August 22, 2022, and potentially sooner by May 1, 2022.

    How to Apply:

    Apply online at "Jobs at UW" (http://jobs.wisc.edu) under job number 252436. Applications must be received through the UW-Madison's online application system.

    Applicants should upload two (2) separate documents:

    -  Cover letter that includes a summary of research experience and plans, teaching experience and philosophy, outreach experience and philosophy, and commitment to diversity and inclusion in academia;

    -  Curriculum vitae.

    At the time of application, candidates will be asked to provide contact info for at least three individuals who will provide letters of reference.

    You can link directly to the job posting https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/512506/assistant-professor


  • 5 Feb 2022 5:26 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    Click here for a PDF of the following announcement.

    POPULATION RESEARCH AND POLICY REVIEW

    CALL FOR PROPOSALS: SPECIAL ISSUE 

    Deadline: May 1, 2022

    Population Research and Policy Review (PRPR) welcomes proposals for its next Special Issue. PRPR typically publishes one Special Issue (SI) each year. The next SI should include around 6 to 12 empirical papers together with an introductory editorial that provides a more overarching synthesis of the individual contributions.

    Submission of proposals

    The proposal for the SI should be made by the expected guest editor(s) and submitted to the editors-in-chief of PRPR (Kara Joyner: kara.joyner@utsa.edu and Corey Sparks: corey.sparks@utsa.edu). The proposal must include:

    • the title of the special issue
    • the names and affiliations of the guest editor(s)
    • the names and affiliations of the contributing authors
    • a one-page summary of the theme, overarching aim, timeliness and innovativeness of the SI for publication in PRPR. It should be shown that the different papers fit together as a coherent SI.
    • all titles and (half page) abstracts of the SI paper contributions

    Procedure and responsibilities of the guest editor(s)

    The SI proposals will be evaluated by the Editors and Editorial Board of PRPR. If the proposal is selected, the process of evaluating the contributions will follow the regular review procedure of PRPR; however, the guest editor(s) will take the responsibility of editor(s) of the SI manuscripts. Depending on the number and quality of the SI proposals that are submitted in this call, the editorial team may decide to accept one or more proposals. However, in case the editorial team judges that none of the proposals meets the quality standards of the journal, it can also be decided that none of the suggested proposals will be accepted for further development and production.

    Once the editorial team of PRPR approves the proposal, the guest editor(s) will be informed of the time line for the production process. The guest editor(s) will from then on be the primary contact person(s) for the contributors to the SI and should inform them about deadlines for submission and further procedures. The full papers for the SI should be uploaded in Editorial Manager (the online submission system) and handled from there by the guest editor(s) who is(are) expected to manage the review process. The editorial office of PRPR will assist if needed.

    Each paper for the SI will be evaluated by three anonymous reviewers. The guest editorial will not be sent out to external reviewers, but will be evaluated by the editorial team of PRPR. After the reviewers’ reports have been received, the guest editor(s) decide(s) on the manuscript, inform(s) the authors of the decision, and set(s) the deadline for the revised manuscript. It may occur that one or more of the papers is rejected based on the reviewer reports. At this stage the editors-in-chief will be informed of the outcome and, if necessary, make a joint decision on how to proceed. The guest editor is responsible for ensuring that all papers are of sufficiently high quality and form a coherent set of papers for the SI.

    If you have any further queries, please contact PRPR editors-in-chief Kara Joyner and Corey Sparks.


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