IBS Speaker Series: Making Air Quality Count: Low-cost sensors, Public Health and Urban Planning

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nI7czIuj_tY Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/95260579117 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Priyanka de Souza (CU Denver) Abstract: In the year 2016 alone, air pollution was responsible for ~ 7 million premature deaths. 90% of these deaths occurred in the Global South. How can countries in the Global South improve air quality? This talk takes a multipronged approach to ... Read more

Equity in Research Workshop Series : Training 4 – Dissemination/Reporting

IBS is excited to host a series of four workshops aimed at examining and promoting equity across the different stages of the research process. The workshops will be led by Dr. Kristine Andrews, a renowned expert on this topic. Training 4 will focus on equitable communication tips. It will also explain how equity can be ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Measuring fertility in a changing United States: status, challenges and opportunities

https://youtu.be/F_1qRPxFKSo Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/95260579117 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Leslie Root Abstract: How do we measure fertility in the US, and why does it matter? This talk will present an overview of what we know and don’t know about fertility, and discuss exciting efforts in the CUPC to use large administrative data sources to ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Data for disasters: designing user-centered and integrated earthquake information

https://youtu.be/rC5Q-ToNFTM Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Sabine Loos, Mendenhall Fellow USGS and CU Boulder Natural Hazards Center Abstract: Many data sources that become available after a disaster—such as satellite imagery or reconnaissance surveys—have immense power to inform decisions that influence the trajectory of the affected country for years afterwards. However, often these ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Short-term Forecasting of COVID-19 using Spatiotemporal Machine Learning

https://youtu.be/f-pdkwi0SH0 Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Morteza Karimzadeh Abstract: Short-term forecasts of COVID-19 spread have been used for planning intervention strategies and resource allocation. Observed patterns of cases, deaths, and hospitalizations, as well as measurements of human interaction through proxies such as social connectedness or population movement have proved useful for predictive ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Human-Environmental Exchange in the Landscapes of Medieval Ireland (HELM): Defining the morphology of medieval settlements with UAV-generated data

https://youtu.be/3hsIuYm4XZE Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speakers: Jennifer Immich and Vicky McAlister, Co-PI(s) of the Human-Environment Exchanges in the Landscapes of Medieval Ireland  Abstract: The Human-Environmental Exchange in the Landscapes of Medieval Ireland (HELM) project focuses on the identification of Irish rural medieval settlements adjacent to castles. The HELM project origin lies in ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Bound by Time: A Critical Appraisal of Temporary Migrant Labor Schemes in Australia, Canada, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates

https://youtu.be/BZRN_TIlAQ0 Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: David Cook-Martín Abstract: Migration scholarship has a bias toward permanence and integration. Its working and implicit assumption is that migration statuses are or should be permanent, a step on the way to residence and naturalization. Yet temporariness has been a longstanding if invisible strategy to govern ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Statewide Dissemination of Evidence-Based Treatments: Lessons Learned Over 15 Years in Connecticut

https://youtu.be/sHYRa93pFqQ Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Jason Lang, Abstract: Dissemination of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) is increasingly being touted as an important strategy for improving children’s behavioral health services. However, the promise of increasing access to EBTs has been tempered by the realities of community-based mental health practice and reimbursement. This presentation will ... Read more

Living on the Edge: An American Generation’s Journey through the Twentieth Century

Zoom Link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/91055047919 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speakers: Glen Elder and Richard Settersten Think about a generation that has experienced: economic prosperity, but also economic disruption and collapse rapid social changes and uncertainty the threat of an emerging world war a reorganization of marriage & of family roles riots in the streets a global pandemic a ... Read more

IBS Speaker Series: Translating Risk Information Into Protective Action: Examining Household Response to Information About Earthquake Hazards and Risk

https://youtu.be/iKN6LWWmXoo Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Carson MacPherson-Krutsky Abstract: Natural hazards have been a part of the landscape since its existence, but they are becoming more devastating as they intersect with growing populations and as climate change increases their frequency and intensity. As these changes occur, the need to understand how to reduce disaster impacts becomes paramount. ... Read more

IBS PSP Special Presentation – Parenting Interventions Globally: Are There Differential Effects Across Countries, Cultures and Social Groups?

IBS 155B Institute of Behavioral Science 1440 15th Street, Boulder, CO

https://youtu.be/U3jHZVamZ7A Hybrid Event: Join in person at IBS Room 155B or via Zoom link: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/97771223323 – email ibs-contact@colorado.edu for password. Speaker: Frances Gardner Abstract: Frances will talk about her work analyzing intervention moderator effects using both individual participant data (IPD) and aggregate level meta-analysis, including some large systematic reviews she is conducting for the World Health ... Read more