The Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC) and the Center on Poverty and Social Policy (CPSP) are pleased to announce the Poverty Tracker Data Training Workshop, which will be held May 18-19, 2017, at Columbia University in New York City. The workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the data available in the CPRC’s New York City Longitudinal Survey of Well-being, a repeated panel study tracking the dynamics of poverty, hardship, and well-being among representative samples of New York City residents. The application deadline is Wednesday, March 15, 2017 5:00PM (EST).
CPSP will hold its third annual New Frontiers in Poverty Research mini-conference on May 18th, 2017. We will soon post more about the upcoming conference!
The Center on Poverty and Social Policy is holding its second annual conference on the theme of “new frontiers in poverty research.” It consists of three sessions: 1) on the Robin Hood Poverty Tracker and poverty in New York City; 2) on the fight against child poverty; and 3) a keynote discussion on where to go next.
The Center on Poverty and Social Policy (CPSP) and the Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC) invite you to a mini-conference on "New Frontiers in Poverty Research" on Thursday, May 21 to launch Columbia University's School of Social Work's new Center on Poverty and Social Policy. The program will include new research on poverty and hardship in NYC and the effects of social policies on vulnerable populations in the US, followed by presentations on the everyday lives of the poor by Andrea Elliott (New York Times) and Matthew Desmond (Harvard University). We hope you can join us for a lively and stimulating event!
Access the conference livestream here.