Center News

September, 2020
The CPI is offering a new research-based course for Stanford students on the current health and economic crisis. Students will conduct immersive interviews with people across the country to understand how they're faring... More
September, 2020
CPI affiliate Pam Karlan and Nathaniel Persily discuss the challenges of taking the census during a pandemic.  Read the full interview
September, 2020
Stanford and CPI scholars weigh in on COVID-19. Unemployment During the Pandemic Making Ethical Decisions in Difficult Times Essential and Expendable: Gendered Labor in the Coronavirus Crisis Gender and the Pandemic
August, 2020
The Russell Sage Foundation calls for submissions for a forthcoming journal issue on The Social and Political Impact of COVID-19 in the United States.  Learn more  
August, 2020
In a recent op-ed in The Hill, CPI affiliate Michelle Wilde Anderson calls for government action to prevent a wave of evictions.   Read the full article  
August, 2020
The CPI recently received funding from Stanford Impact Labs to evaluate childhood development programs. This initiative expands upon a long-standing partnership with the Washington Department of Children, Youth, and... More
August, 2020
Stanford and CPI scholars weigh in on COVID-19. Weighing the Risks at the “Boiling Point”: Black Lives Matter during COVID-19 In-Person and Online Learning Go Together Is Working from Home a Solution to Gender... More
August, 2020
A recent commentary, “Poverty and Culture,” written by Professor Lawrence Mead and published in Society, a journal edited by Jonathan Imber, has caused great concern and anger within the poverty research community. We... More
July, 2020
CPI research group leader Hazel Markus weighs in on how college educators can have more effective conversations about race.  Read the piece  
July, 2020
CPI affiliate Matthew Clair discusses the role of the criminal legal system in perpetuating racial inequities in the United States. Read the story  

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