Family and Population Change in Singapore: A unique case in global family changes
Prof Jean Yeung and Dr Hu Shu (Eds.) depict the evolution of Singapore’s family and population landscape in the last half a century and future challenges.
Date: Thursday, 17 May, 10am
Venue: Mandarin Orchard Singapore
Our February 2018 Newsletter is out now!
Read the latest on our research projects, selected recent publications and news highlights, as well as job and research opportunities.
Join us for our Lunchtime Seminar Series and Workshops!
All talks are free and open to the NUS community and general public. Simple lunch will be provided.
Unless noted otherwise, seminars and workshops are held at 12pm in NUS Kent Ridge Campus.
Joint ISA Conference for RC06 (Family) & RC41 (Population)
Theme: Changing Demography ⇆ Changing Families
Date: 17-19 May 2018
Detailed programme is now available!
Registration is now OPEN for our 2018 Summer Training Program in Social Sciences courses from April to August!
Additional NEW courses are now available:
❑ Data Analysis with R(I): Data Visualization
❑ Data Analysis with R(II): Statistical Inferences
❑ Reliability and Validity of Measurement in Scale Development with R
❑ Preparing for Global Aging: Theory, Policy and Business
Training Program Alumni receive an additional 10% discount!
Check our Course Schedule page for more info.
To Marry or Not to Marry: How Social Norms Determine a Woman’s Marriage Prospects
Professor Jessica Pan discusses about highly educated women in North American, Nordic and Western European countries being more likely to get married than their less-educated peers, a stark contrast to patterns observed in East Asia and Southern Europe.
Check out her article here.
Read it in English here.
NEW JOB POSTING: Research Assistant position at CFPR!
We are also looking for motivated individuals to be part of its SSRC-funded project on Building Human Capacity in Singapore's Population.
Part-time student Research Assistant positions are available to work in a research team led by Principal Investigator, Professor Catherine Tang.
Visit our Join Us page for more info!