News & Events: July 2014
As we move through the summer months, we’d like to share summaries of recent Center-supported research that speaks to several timely poverty and policy issues. Work on unaccompanied youth migrants, responses to changes in public health insurance, and connections between adolescent and later poverty and stress are among recent studies completed by our affiliated faculty and graduate students. Our work aimed at training new scholars and disseminating poverty research continues with plans for our fall conference, funding for new research by emerging poverty scholars, and expansion of our undergraduate programming to students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Please read the newsletter and visit our website to learn more about our work supporting, producing, and disseminating the latest research on poverty.