Events

FALL 2019 LIFE COURSE CENTER SEMINAR SCHEDULE

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SEMINARS

These seminars are designed for researchers studying issues at the intersections of topics related to the life course. The University of Minnesota community and friends of the Life Course Center are welcome to attend. 

Seminars are held in the ISRDI Seminar Room from 12:15-1:15 PM unless otherwise noted. Refreshments are served.

      • Wednesday, September 4
        Retirement Decisions in a Couple Context
        Maria Eismann — Sociology
        University of Amsterdam and Visiting LCC Scholar
      • Wednesday, September 11
        “Is Health Care the New Manufacturing?: Industry, Gender, and “Good Jobs” for Low- and Middle-Skill Workers”
        Janette Dill — Health Policy and Management
        University of Minnesota
      • Wednesday, September 18
        "The Path to Job Loss"
        Sarah Damaske — Sociology
        Pennsylvania State University
      • Wednesday, October 9
        "Three-Parent Families and the Redefinition of Parenthood"
        June Carbone — Law
        University of Minnesota
      • Wednesday, October 16
        "Child Care and Early Childhood Skills"
        Aaron Sojourner — Work and Organizations
        University of Minnesota
      • Wednesday, October 23
        "Does Disability Increase the Risk of Interpersonal and Institutional Discrimination? Life Course Patterns and Consequences"
        Deborah Carr — Sociology
        Boston University
      • Wednesday, October 30
        "How Strong Is My Safety Net? Perceived Unemployment Insurance Generosity and Implications for Job Search, Mental Health, and Reemployment Careers and Caregiving"
        Connie Wanberg — Industrial Relations
        University of Minnesota
      • Wednesday, November 20
        "Methods for Studying the Effects of Alcohol Policies and Enforcement"
        Toben Nelson — Epidemiology and Community Health
        University of Minnesota
      • Wednesday, December 4
        In Search of Effective Strategies for Promoting Physical Activity in Older Adults: Research in Progress
        Siobhan McMahon — Nursing
        University of Minnesota

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OCCASIONAL MINI CONFERENCES AND CO-SPONSORED EVENTS

The LCC offers annual mini conferences and co-sponsored events throughout the year.

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PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

The LCC regularly convenes Open Forums where research results are presented to the broader community. in addition to piloting its new University of Minnesota Advanced Careers Initiative (UMAC), promoting intergenerational learning and career readiness for what’s next in Boomers’ lives.

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