PRC Faculty Presenting at IPC 2017 (IUSSP Conference)

Fri, November 3, 2017
PRC Faculty Presenting at IPC 2017 (IUSSP Conference)
Congrats to our FRAs!

Congratulations to our faculty members presenting at IPC 2017: Letícia Marteleto, Chandra Muller, Joseph Potter, and Abigail Weitzman. This is the first ever IUSSP Conference in sub-Saharan Africa, taking place in Cape Town, South Africa.

Marteleto: Signifying Zika: heterogeneity in the representations of the virus by levels of exposure, Zika Virus: Understanding the Mechanisms of Gender Inequality in Brazil, Women’s Reproductive Intentions and Behaviors Amidst the Zika Epidemic in Brazil and organizer for Childhood health conditions and the transitions to adulthood, the organizer/ chair for The intersections between family formation, education and work, and the organizer for The NEET - not working and not in education - and their challenges to youth.

Muller: The Role of High School Success in Midlife Labor Market Participation and Well Being in the Rapidly Changing Knowledge EconomyPredictors of Suicide, Homicide, and Accidental Death from Adolescence through Midlife: New Evidence from High School and Beyond.

Potter: Cultural Determinants of Indigenous Fertility in Brazil: A Bayesian Analysis of the 2010 Census and discusant for Potentially adverse fertility outcomes.

Weitzman: Zika Virus: Understanding the Mechanisms of Gender Inequality in Brazil, Women’s Reproductive Intentions and Behaviors Amidst the Zika Epidemic in Brazil.

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