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Lunch Held by JPSM and the iSchool
Invitation to lunch for those interested in Social Data and Measurement
Located in Coming Up
Mandi Martinez, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland
The Glory of the Perpetrator: Humanization, Blame, and Exoneration in Domestic Violence Homicide Articles
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Martin Ford, Associate Director, Maryland Office for Refugees and Asylees
How Domestic Refugee Resettlement works Refugee Resettlement and American Immigration as Seen by an Erstwhile Anthropologist
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Maryland's Broken Parole System: The Cost of Inaction (Virtual)
Center for Education, Justice and Ethics presents a webinar covering the barriers to parole, the impact on people and families and addressing the problem.
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Masculinities, Race and Education in the Neighborhood Context
Odis Johnson, Assistant Professor, African American Studies, University of Maryland
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Measuring Race and the Census: New Directions
Nicholas Jones, Chief of Racial Statistics Branch, U.S. Department of the Census
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Mel Stephens, Professor of Economics, University of Michigan
AREC Seminar Series: Changes in Nutrient Intake at Retirement
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Migrants, Refugees, and Societies (Çağlar Özden)
Hosted by the Center for Global Business
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Migration and Climate Symposium
Center of Global Migration Studies half-day event
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Millennials, Whiteness, and Adoptees: Exploring Race, Gender, and Ethnic Identities
The Corsortium on Race, Gender & Ethnicity & The Maryland Population Research Center present a working group discussion. The Qualitative Research Interest Group (QRIG) central work is to focus on the intersectional dimensions of inequality and a commitment to social justice using qualitative and mixed methods in their research.
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