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  • 24 Jan 2019 11:08 PM | Gerald Shoultz (Administrator)

    From Rebecca Clark at NIH/NICHD:

    The NICHD is trying to fill on short notice a demography position for a Program Official in the Population Dynamics Branch. This job announcement closes on Thursday, January 31, 2019, one week from this posting date!  Information about the position and relevant links can be found at Jobs at NICHD, ; click on the "Population Dynamics Branch (PDB), DER" link to find the following.


    NICHD Division of Extramural Research, Population Dynamics Branch

    PDB supports research, research training, and data collection in demography, reproductive health, and population health, with an emphasis on research based on population-representative samples. In demography, the branch supports research on the scientific study of human populations, including fertility, mortality and morbidity, migration, population distribution, nuptiality, family demography, population growth and decline, and the causes and consequences of demographic change. In reproductive health, the branch supports behavioral and social science research on sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, family planning, and infertility. In population health, the branch supports data collection and research on human health, productivity, behavior, and development at the population level, using such methods as inferential statistics, natural experiments, policy experiments, statistical modeling, and gene/environment interaction studies using non-truncated measures of environmental exposure.

    The candidate should have successfully completed all requirements for a Ph.D. (or equivalent doctoral degree) in an academic field of the health or related sciences (e.g., demography, economics, or population geography) allied to health or health-related research. Background in demography, the social determinants of health, analysis of longitudinal cohorts, and the collection and analysis of population representative samples also would be a plus.

    NICHD is using multiple announcements to fill this position: The first two links are the global recruitment program announcements; the last two links are the social and behavioral scientist announcements. Please note the links differ if you are a federal employee. This is not a supervisory position. 

    • Health Scientist Administrator (NIH-GR-DE-19-10394059). Open to the public. Link:  
    • Health Scientist Administrator (NIH-GR-MP-19-10394135). Merit Promotion for federal employees and other status applicants.  Link:
    • Social and Behavioral Scientist Administrator (NIH-SR-DE-19-10397223). Open to the Public.  Link:
    • Social and Behavioral Scientist Administrator (NIH-SR-MP-19-10397297). Merit Promotion for federal employees and other status applicants. Link:

    Closing Thursday, January 31, 2019.

  • 22 Jan 2019 1:28 PM | Gerald Shoultz (Administrator)

    Community Data Platforms believes communities get smarter and stronger by using evidence-based decision-making. CDP supports this mission by building data platforms in communities across the country to help leaders and decision-makers answer their Pressing Questions.  Their website can be found at .

    They are looking for a part-time GIS programmer. The link to the job posting is at .

  • 14 Nov 2018 5:44 PM | Julia Wolf (Administrator)

    Here is the Fall 2018 edition of SDA's newsletter, Southern Demographic News! Fall 2018 SDA Newsletter

    Newsletter contributions are always welcome! Please send any to

  • 7 Nov 2018 6:34 PM | Gerald Shoultz (Administrator)

    Community Data Platforms is a growing collaboration of data scientists, demographers, data visualizers and writers, who help local leaders across the country make evidence-based decisions. Their website is located at

    Community Data Platforms is currently hiring a Data Scientist/Demographer and a Technical Project Manager.  Job descriptions can be obtained at

  • 16 Oct 2018 12:41 PM | Anonymous

    The Second Biennial Population and Public Policy Conference will take place Feb. 8-9, 2019, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Click here for flyer.)

    Speakers will include Dr. Douglas Massey, author of Brokered Boundaries: Creating Immigrant Identity in Anti-Immigrant Times; and Timothy P. Olson, the U.S. Census Bureau’s associate director for field operations. Dr. Massey’s talk is titled “Doubling Down on a Bad Bet: Immigration Policy Before and After Trump.”

    A number of abstracts have already been submitted, and you are encouraged to submit yours. We invite abstracts on panels, papers and posters.

    Some potential subjects for the conference are:

    • Business Demography
    • Children and Youth
    • Data Visualization 
    • Development, Environment and Sustainability
    • Disaster, Demography and Management
    • Disparities in Health and Aging
    • Domestic Migration
    • Education
    • Fertility
    • Health Care and Public Health
    • Historical Demography
    • Housing
    • International Migration
    • Mortality
    • Population Change
    • Poverty and Socioeconomic Status
    • Redistricting
    • School Demography
    • Spatial Analysis
    • Urbanization and Globalization

    Abstracts and early registrations are due on October 31. You can learn more about the conference, including how to submit an abstract, at

    Students have the opportunity to earn $500, with the Jasso Student Paper Award.

    We hope to see you in February.

  • 16 Oct 2018 12:40 PM | Anonymous

    Soon it will be time to celebrate 50 years of Nordic cooperation in the field of demography!

    The 21st Nordic Demographic Symposium will be held on June 13-15, 2019 in Reykjavík. The symposium brings together researchers, students, and other experts in population studies from the Nordic region.

    The main theme of the NDS 2019 is the past 50 years of innovative research in Nordic demography. The sessions will include presentations from all main areas of demographic research (themes to be announced). 

    The meeting will be held in the conference hall Harpa in the center of Reykjavík.

    The symposium is organized by the Swedish Demographic Association and Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA), in collaboration with the newly founded Icelandic Demographic Association and the University of Iceland.

    Further information, including call for papers, submission procedure, practical info, social events information etc. will be distributed soon and we encourage you to save the date.

    Click here for more information.

  • 13 Sep 2018 2:27 PM | Anonymous

    The Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences at the University of Rostock invites applications for a non-tenure track W1-Professorship in Demography at the Department of Sociology and Demography, expected as of 1st July 2020 (within budget considerations).

    The successful applicant will represent the discipline of demography in research and teaching with a focus either on demographic methods and forecasting or on migration. Teaching comprises courses in quantitative empirical methods as well as in the applicant’s area or specialization for the Bachelor and Master programs of the Department of Sociology and Demography. The professorship contributes to the research focus "Ageing of the Individual and of Society" of the University of Rostock. Willingness to collaborate with other members of this research focus of the University of Rostock is required. Close collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research is also expected. Proficiency or a strong commitment to reach proficiency in German is a requirement.

    For further inquiries, please contact:
    Prof. Dr. Heike Trappe, chair of appointments committee
    Tel.: +49 381/498-4040

    Full posting available here (or in German).

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