In this webinar, Dr. Amy Kind will discuss the relationship between neighborhood disadvantage and health disparities and how a practical approach to measuring neighborhood disadvantage could improve health care delivery.
These six graduate students were awarded dissertation research support by IRP and the four founding member institutions of the IRP-coordinated U.S. Collaborative of Poverty Centers. Fellows are (l to r): Christopher Cambron, Marcy Jagdeo-Adekoya, Jaehyun Nam, Emily Parrott, Anna Reosti, and Cody Vaughn.
Four exceptional emerging scholars, Jordan Conwell, Diana Hernàndez, Adrian Huerta, and Marci Ybarra, were selected as part of the IRP Scholars-in-Residence Program to visit member institutions of the IRP-coordinated U.S. Collaborative of Poverty Centers (CPC).
The articles in the latest issue consider the intergenerational transmission of poverty: how family poverty affects children's life chances, the mechanisms of transmission, and the programs and policies that may reduce the effects of poverty on early development.
In this podcast episode, child psychologist Julie Poehlmann-Tynan talks about a new study on attachment in children who have an incarcerated father and discusses some of the factors that may lead to differences in kids' attachment behaviors.
IRP and the Center on Race and Wealth introduced a new workshop at Howard University in June that helps participants prepare a competitive dissertation proposal.
IRP Affiliate Alfonso Morales is helping communities establish successful farmers markets, especially in underserved areas. (Photo by Bryce Richter, UW News).