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School of Social Work at 2019 Population Association of America Annual Meeting
April 15, 2019

Rutgers School of Social Work faculty members, Ph.D. students, and post-docs were among the presenters at this year’s Population Association of America Annual meeting in Austin from April 10-13th. The conference brought together demographers, social scientists, and health scientists from around the world. Below are the School of Social Work-affiliated presentations. The complete conference schedule can be found here.

Head Start and Nonresident Father Involvement
Alexandra Haralampoudis; Lenna Nepomnyaschy (Rutgers University School of Social Work); Louis Donnelly (Princeton University)

Father Involvement and Socioeconomic Disparities in Child Academic Outcomes
Daniel P. Miller (Boston University); Margaret Thomas; Maureen Waller (Cornell University); Lenna Nepomnyaschy (Rutgers University School of Social Work); Allison Dwyer Emory (Rutgers University School of Social Work)

Trends, Prevalence, and Correlates of Multiple-Partner Fertility in Colombia, 1985–2015
Laura Cuesta (Rutgers University School of Social Work); Monica Mogollon (Rutgers University)

Prevalence and Predictors of Union Dissolution and Union Formation Among Biological Parents of Young Children in Chile
Laura Cuesta (Rutgers University School of Social Work); Sarah A. Reynolds (University of California, Berkeley)

Protective State Policies and the Employment of Fathers With Records
Allison Dwyer Emory (Rutgers University School of Social Work)

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