Center News

January, 2015
On February 2nd, the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality will host the 2nd annual State of the Union conference on poverty and inequality. The feature presentation: The Poverty and Inequality Report 2015, which... More
October, 2014
The CPI seeks to support research that expands our knowledge of key trends in poverty and inequality. The awards will be made to "New Scholars" who will work collaboratively with one of the CPI’s Research Groups. The... More
October, 2014
Einat Lavee, a new Postdoctoral Scholar at the CPI, completed her Ph.D. in Sociology at Bar Ilan University. Her research interests lie in the areas of poverty and motherhood, social support, agency-based support, and... More
October, 2014
Sara Kimberlin, our new CPI Postdoctoral Scholar, received her PhD in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley. She carries out research on poverty measurement and social policy.
October, 2014
Jonathan Fisher, formerly of the Census Bureau, has joined the CPI as a new Research Scholar. His recent research examines trends in income and consumption inequality.
September, 2014
The CPI has won a 2-year UPS Endowment award to build a new segregation monitoring protocol. By harnessing GPS-enabled mobile devices, we can monitor segregation in real time, speak to the amount of interpersonal... More
September, 2014
There is no shortage of reforms, programs, and interventions for reducing poverty. But which is the best for California? The CPI is partnering with GRACE to evaluate competing plans for reducing California’s sky-high... More
September, 2014
The CPI's Beth Mattingly weighs in on the recent release of poverty data. Listen to the discussion! NPR's On Point Southern California Public Radio's Take Two  
June, 2014
The CPI, the Clayman Institute for Gender Studies and the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research are co-sponsoring a reception at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association to celebrate the launch of... More
June, 2014
Sean Reardon, head of CPI’s Education Research Group, has won a $4 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences, the research arm of the U.S. Department of Education. The funding will support student training... More

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