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Call for Papers
International Conference “The population of the Balkans at the dawn of the 21st century”
21-24 October 2015, Ohrid, FYR of Macedonia
Closing date for submission of proposals (abstracts): 13th May 2015

Call for papers
2016 Alpine Population Conference
Bocconi University
Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland
26-29 January 2016
Abstracts are invited thru August 15, 2015

Call for Papers
Arizona State University
Research in the Sociology of Health Care
Closing date November 15, 2015

Call for Papers
Society for Applied Anthropology
Program of the 76th Annual Meeting
Vancouver, BC, March 29-­‐April 2016
Welcome papers from all disciplines
Closing date October 15, 2015

Call for Papers
2016 the European Population Conference (EPC2016)
August 31 to September 3, 2016 Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz
Deadline is December 15, 2015

Call for Proposals
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Four New Leadership Programs

Demographic Destinies PAA Oral History Project

Call for Papers
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR)
Agent-based Modeling and Simulation

Call for Papers
University of  California-Davis
Center for Poverty Research Call:
2015-16 Small Grants Competition
Deadline for submissions: 5 PM (PST) Monday, September 7, 2015

The New Immigrant Survey project announces initial public-use
release of data from Round 1 of the NIS 2003 immigrant cohort

The Robert Wood Johnson
Health & Society Scholars Program

Training Opportunities Available from the U.S. Census

NIH Response to Hurricane Katrina Disaster
Information for Investigators and Institutions

Applied Demography
– Call for Submissions
Short articles, book reviews, blurbs of upcoming (or recently released) publications, job announcements are welcome. We also request contact information (in case we need to reach you to clarify something). Send all submissions to  Interim Editor, Tom Godfrey, Decision Demographics, 5217 Shawano Terrace, Madison, WI 53705, phone: 608.233.7401,