IRP has introduced a biennial Teaching Poverty 101 Workshop to share its expertise developed over nearly a half century as the nation's original poverty research center. The workshop is designed to train and provide course materials to faculty who wish to develop poverty-related course content.
An annual, invitation-only meeting at which social scientists present papers on a variety of topics affecting low-income individuals and families.
An annual workshop providing the opportunity for current food assistance research grant recipients to present preliminary results on their food and nutrition assistance research.
IRP hosted this workshop taught by Guido Imbens, Harvard University, and Jeffrey Wooldridge, Michigan State University.