Future of Families 2023 Summer Data Workshop Opportunity

Now Accepting Applications for 2023 Summer Data Workshop 

Columbia Population Research Center is now accepting applications for the Future of Families Summer Data Workshop to be held June 14 - June 16, 2023 at Columbia University in New York City.


The workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the data available in the FFCWS, focusing on the public-use data files from baseline through Year 15. Researchers will also discuss the ongoing 22-year follow-up data collection. Substantive areas covered will include, but are not limited to: family structure, health, education, economic resources and activity, system involvement (e.g., criminal legal system, foster care, child support), adolescent relationships, and many others. 


The workshop targets early-career scholars from social science and health science disciplines. We particularly encourage applications from junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students using the FFCWS data in their doctoral dissertations. Underrepresented scholars are strongly encouraged to apply. About 25 applicants will be selected. Travel support will be available for accepted out-of-town candidates.


Applicants may apply hereThe application deadline is Monday, February 13, 2023. Visit the Future of Families Summer Data Workshop website for more information. 


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Evangelist, Michael, Margaret M. C. Thomas, and Jane Waldfogel. 2023. “Child Protective Services Contact and Youth Outcomes”. Child Abuse and Neglect 136: 105994. Full text from www.sciencedirect.com 

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