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Welcome to the Berkeley Population Center

The Berkeley Population Center provides a home to integrate the diverse and dispersed population researchers on our campus. BPC is a program to support innovative research on our signature themes of Reproduction & HIV, Inequalities & Opportunities, Health Disparities, Behavioral Economics and Formal Demography. Cutting across these themes are our shared interests in demographic theory, innovative methods, historical perspectives, and the collection and distribution of demographic data.

Through its participation in campus seminars, colloquia, and with its cores of data and computing, administration, and service, BPC offers affiliates an active network of collaboration and grant support.

 

Pilot Grant Call for Proposals
Due dates are November 3, 2014 and March 16, 2015

The Berkeley Population Center partners with the Center for the Demography and Economics of Aging (CEDA), the Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Program, and the Center for Health Research to fund pilot project proposals in any area of population studies, broadly defined, as per the missions of each center, of up to $20,000. For detailed information, please click on the links below for Call for Papers, and the Guidelines for Proposal Submission document.
Call for Pilot Proposals
Guidelines for Proposal Submission

 


For more events, check out our Calendar

Bay Area Colloquia on Population (BacPop) Seminars

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