Sunday, January 28, 2007

CDE postdoc presents US Mexico Migration Dynamics

Happy New Year everyone!

Fernando Riosmena (who is a postdoc in the Center for Demography and Ecology) will present his work titled "Mexico - U.S. Migration Dynamics: A Sequential, Duration-Period Approach," tomorrow at noon in 3470 Sewell Social Sciences. He will be the first of an exciting group of presenters in the Sociology Department's Race & Ethnicity Training Seminar this semester.Please come and/or take a look at the schedule. There are a few presentations scheduled which should have implications for our research group: http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~rturley/R&E.htm

Also be on the lookout for an upcoming meeting in February.

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