The Campus Center for Demographic and Social Analysis formalizes a decade of highly productive collaboration between researchers in a dozen departments. With nearly 50 faculty affiliates and 30 associated graduate students, C-DASA is the focal point for a host of population-related research activities at UCI. Expertise in child and youth outcomes; demographic, spatial and social network methodologies; social inequality; and health and well-being make C-DASA a leading center for research on the well-being of local, national, and global populations. C-DASA provides small seed grants to encourage multi-disciplinary projects, collaborative studies, grant proposals, and research by junior faculty. Support for C-DASA comes from the Office of Research.
The Center for Demographic and Social Analysis weekly seminars fosters dialogue on current research, funding opportunities, analytic approaches, and new data sets.
Director, Judy Treas
See dates and location below for the next seminar series:
- 2018 Winter CDASA Seminars
- 2017 Fall CDASA Seminars
- 2017 Spring CDASA Seminars
- 2017 Winter CDASA Seminars
- 2016 Fall CDASA Seminars
- 2016 Spring CDASA Seminars
Research Data Center coming soon!
Glass ceilings are holding gay men back
June 12, 2018
Research by Matt Huffman, sociology, in Bloomberg, June 12, 2018
New study shows how Dems' $15 wage hike would hurt the very people they're trying to help
June 11, 2018
Research by David Neumark, economics, via Independent Journal Review, June 11, 2018