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Join the Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics for Christine Percheski, Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology at Northwestern University, for the next CID Speaker Series event: “Health, Sibship Size, and Economic Exchanges Between Siblings in Adulthood” Tuesday, December 5, 2023 11 a.m.-12 p.m. This is a hybrid event, and details to join virtually are […]
University of Michigan architecture and sociology professors Kathy Velikov and Fabian Pfeffer have released the second of a two-video series that explores the divides and radical new approaches to propose solutions at different scales that make quality housing available for all. The all too obvious state of two extremes — those who have extreme wealth and those who live in poverty and housing instability — is undeniable, unsustainable, but resolvable.
The Impact of Expanded Contraceptive Access on Educational Attainment and Poverty in Early Adulthood
The Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics is pleased to welcome Katie R. Genadek, Director of the Decennial Census Digitization and Linkage project at the U.S. Census Bureau, on October 4 as she presents, “The impact of expanded contraceptive access on educational attainment and poverty in early adulthood.” After the talk, Dr. Genadek will provide an […]
The Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics is pleased to welcome Sasha Killewald to CID! Get to know our new director while we enjoy light refreshments. Visit the CID prize table to spin the CID prize wheel and win swag! While you’re here, explore CID’s collaborative space and studio. Tuesday, September 26 3–4:30 p.m. CID Studio […]
Alexandra (Sasha) Killewald will be the next Director of the Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics (CID) at the University of Michigan, effective July 1. Killewald returns to U-M as Professor of Sociology at the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and the inaugural Robert F. Schoeni Professor, Institute for Social Research. By serving as […]