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West Coast Poverty Center

Winter Seminar Series 2018

Monday, January 8th
Student Session

12:30 – 1:30 pm, Social Work Building 305A
Open to students registered to receive credit. Meet other students and West Coast Poverty Center faculty affiliates who are studying issues related to poverty and inequality.

 

Friday, January 12th
Panel Discussion: From Housing Research to Housing Policy

Gregg Colburn & Rebecca J Walter - College of Built Environments, UW
Rachel Fyall - Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, UW
Anaid Yerena - Urban Studies, UW-Tacoma
12:30 – 1:30 pm, 121 Raitt Hall
*co-sponsored with CSDE and Urban @UW

 

Monday, January 29th
“The Dynamics of Earned Income Tax Credit Eligibility”

Ann Huff Stevens - UC Davis
12:30 – 1:30 pm, Social Work Building 305A
Q&A until 2:00 pm

 

Monday, February 5th
“Evaluation of the Working Students Success Network: Challenges for Building and Using Evidence from Complex Interventions”

Ann Person – Mathematica
12:30 – 1:30 pm, Social Work Building 305A
Q&A until 2:00 pm

 

Friday, February 16th
“Expanding Participation in Municipal Campaigns: Evaluating the Impact of Seattle's Democracy Voucher Program”

Brian McCabe- Georgetown University
12:30 – 1:30 pm, 121 Raitt Hall
*co-sponsored with CSDE

 

Monday, February 26th
"Shaping Student Perceptions of Homelessness: The Role of a Publicly Engaged Course"

Anaid Yerena - Urban Studies, UW-Tacoma
12:30 – 1:30 pm, Social Work Building 305A
Q&A until 2:00 pm

 

Monday, March 5th
“The Spatial Context of Food Security, Assistance, and Shopping: When Might Access Matter and Why?”

Scott Allard - UW Evans School
12:30 – 1:30 pm, Social Work Building 305A
Q&A until 2:00 pm