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November 15, 2022 Newsletter

Read the latest news about about PSC & PARC researchers, including the latest awards, publications & upcoming events!

--November 17, 2022

NEW Population Center Working Paper #100

Lopez, Jennifer, Jere Behrman, Santiago Cueto, Marta Favara, and Alan Sánchez. 2022. "Late-Childhood Foundational Cognitive Skills Predict Educational Outcomes Through Adolescence and Into Young Adulthood: Evidence from Ethiopia and Peru." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-100.

--September 30, 2022

NEW POPULATION CENTER WORKING PAPER (PSC/PARC)

Freund, Richard, Marta Favara, Catherine Porter, and Jere Behrman. 2022. "Social Protection and Foundational Cognitive Skills During Adolescence: Evidence from a Large Public Works Programme." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-99.

--September 19, 2022

Spotlight

Regina Baker – Research Associate

This past semester Nykia and Shannon had the pleasure of sitting down with Regina Baker, PSC Research Associate and Assistant Professor of Sociology.

Quartet Pilot Project Competition

Request for Proposals: 2023-2024 Quartet Pilot Research Project Competition
Proposals are due on Monday, March 20, 2023

The Pension Research Council (PRC) and Boettner Center, the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE), the Population Aging Research Center (PARC), and the Population Studies Center (PSC) invite investigators to submit pilot proposals for the annual 2023-2024 Quartet Pilot Research Project competition. Pilot funds are targeted to support small-scale, innovative, or exploratory projects with a duration of one year. Funded projects must have the potential to generate academic publications and priority will be given to projects with potential to develop small-scale or preliminary research findings that would lead to applications for extramural funding, especially to the National Institutes of Health. Total costs are generally limited to $10,000-$20,000 per application; however, larger budgets may be considered if the project is well-suited for generating applications for NIH funding.

Click here to download the application materials and to read the RFP Guidelines.

Click here to read about former and currently funded projects

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