This biweekly* discussion group on Mondays brings together Cornell faculty and graduate students from around campus to discuss and improve their in-progress research. Lunch will be provided.
11:45 am-1:00 pm
Uris Hall 360 (CSI Conference Room)
Interested in presenting? Contact us!
Steven E. Alvarado (Assistant Professor, Sociology)
The Complexities of Context: Timing of exposure, race, spatial scaling, and intergenerational neighborhood effects
Peter Rich (Assistant Professor, Policy Analysis and Management)
The Liberalization of Public School Enrollment: Integrating Neighborhoods, Segregating Schools
Amelia Hritz (Postdoctoral Associate, Law)
Towards A “Meaningful Opportunity To Obtain Release”: A Study of Parole Decisions Involving Juvenile Offenders
Rediet Abebe (Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science)
Using Search Queries to Understand Health Information Needs in Africa
Melissa J. Ferguson (Professor, Psychology)
Joan Xie (Visiting Scholar, Sociology)
Human Needs and Justice Concern
Amy R. Krosch (Professor, Psychology)
*In most cases, we meet biweekly. However, due to scheduling conflicts with the University, this is not always the case.