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Hofferth decries politicization of health care in Baltimore Sun Op-Ed
Calls statements by Eric Cantor and others a "red herring" to avoid uncomfortable policy questions
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Robinson Comments on Results of the American Time Use Survey
Despite economic turmoil, Americans' time use has not changed much since 2008
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Rashawn Ray Interviewed in Relation to the Trayvon Martin Case
Long history of distrust of police and the legal system among black communities may have contributed to Rachel Jeantel's attitude on the witness stand at the Zimmerman trial
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Using propensity scores for causal inference with covariate measurement error
Faculty Associate Frauke Kreuter's project, an R01 funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, seeks to develop and assess new statistical methods
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Overcoming the Obstacles and Capitalizing on the Incentives for Climate Change Adaptation in Coastal Environmental Justice Communities
Faculty Associate Michael Paolisso and colleagues examine how diverse communities under severe threat from climate change impacts view climate change
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Time Use Data Access System
Sandra Hofferth continues Time Use project to extend data "backwards through time and geographically across countries"
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Multidimensional Pathways to Healthy Aging among Filipino Women
Feinian Chen is working with the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, on an interdisciplinary study for the National Institute on Aging on health and functional outcomes in women's "transitional years" of middle and later adulthood
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The Displaced New Orleans Residents Study
MPRC Director Michael Rendall is working with Faculty Associate Paul Torrens, Geography, to analyze social, economic, and health outcomes for New Orleanians
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Integrating Socio-Ecological Research and Collaborative Learning to Promote Marsh and Community Resilience
Michael Paolisso is pursuing a mixed-method project, funded by NOAA through the University of New Hampshire, to examine the socio-ecological system of the Deal Island peninsula in Maryland
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Sustainable Community Oriented Stormwater Management: A Sensible Strategy for the Chesapeake Bay
Sacoby Wilson is Co-Investigator on an EPA-funded regional project focused on increasing Best Management Practices in a sensitive ecological zone
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