CPR Seminar Series

426 Eggers Hall, Selected Thursdays; 3:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

The CPR Seminar Series includes both internal and external speakers who present findings from their latest policy-relevant research. For Syracuse University faculty, the presentations are in a workshop format: designed to provide feedback to the researchers while the work is in a formative stage. External speakers typically present research projects that are near completion. The seminar series is partially funded by the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Spring 2019

  • January 28
    Ying Shi (Stanford University) "Expertise and Independence on Governing Boards: Evidence from School Districts"

  • February 21
    Michael Wasylenko (Syracuse University) "Regional Divergence: With Special Focus on NYS Regional Divergence: What can be Done for Populations Left Behind?"

  • February 28
    Alex Rothenberg (Syracuse University) "Unity in Diversity? How Intergroup Contact Can Foster Nation Building"

  • March 21
    Christopher Ruhm (University of Virginia) "Has Mortality Risen Disproportionately For the Least Educated?"

  • April 4
    James Ziliak (University of Kentucky) "The Antipoverty Impact of the EITC: New Estimates from Survey and Administrative Tax Records"

  • April 18
    Anna Haskins (Cornell University) "Schools as Surveilling Institutions? Parental Incarceration, System Avoidance, and Parental Involvement in Schooling"

Fall 2018

Spring 2018

  • March 8
    Ingrid Gould Ellen (NYU Wagner) “Neighbors and Networks: The Role of Social Interactions in the Residential Choices of Housing Choice Voucher Holders”

  • April 5
    Rajeev Darolia (University of Kentucky) "Where Do Students Go when For-Profit Colleges Lose Federal Aid?"

  • April 19
    Marianne Bitler (UC Davis) "Long Run Effects of Food Assistance and Early Human Capital Programs"

Fall 2017

  • October 19
    CPR Graduate Student Seminar

  • October 26
    Orgul Ozturk (University of South Carolina) "When Does it Count? The Timing of Food Stamp Receipt and Educational Performance"

  • November 16
    Dylan Conger (George Washington University) "The Effect of Advanced  Placement Courses on Students' Skill Formation, Interest, and Confidence"

Spring 2017

  • January 26
    Tricia Olsen (University of Denver) “Access to Remedy: Accountability for Allegations of Corporate Human Rights Abuse in Latin America”

  • February 23
    Joseph Marchand (University of Alberta) "The Local Effects of the Texas Shale Boom on Schools, Students, and Teachers"

  • March 23
    Lara Shore-Sheppard (Williams College) "The Impact of the ACA Medicaid Expansion on Disability Program Participation”  *Co-sponsored by the Lerner Center.

  • March 30
    Carolyn Heinrich (Vanderbilt University) “A Thousand Petty Fortresses:  Administrative Burden in U.S. Immigration Policies and Its Consequences" 

  • April 27
    Scott Imberman (Michigan State University) “The Roles of Neonatal Health and Race in Special Education Identification” - The Jerry Miner Lecture Series (*Special Time* 2:00-3:30 pm).
    This lecture is part of the Education Finance and Accountability Program (EFAP) Lecture Series.

Fall 2016

  • September 22
    Shawn Bushway (University at Albany, SUNY) "A New Look at the Employment and Recidivism Relationship through the Lens of a Criminal Background Check"

  • October 20
    Perry Singleton (Syracuse University) “The Dynamic Effect of Disability on Marriage” (joint with Ling Li).

  • October 27
    CPR Graduate Student Seminar 

  • November 17
    Adam Gamoran (WT Grant Foundation) "Finding the Middle Ground: Consensus Responses to the Challenge of Reducing Inequality"

  • December 1
    Natasha Pilkauskas (University of Michigan) "Maternal Employment Stability in Early Childhood: Links with Child Behavior and Cognitive Skills"


For more information on the CPR Seminar Series or to be added to our email list, please contact Emily Minnoe at erminnoe@maxwell.syr.edu
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