Monthly Archives: June 2022

Michelle Livings publishes in SSM – Mental Health

Population, Health and Place Ph.D. candidate Michelle Livings is the first author of "Bereavement & mental health: The generational consequences of a grandparent's death," published in SSM - Mental Health. Livings co-authored this paper with Emily Smith-Greenaway, Ph.D., USC associate professor of sociology; Rachel Margolis, Ph.D., University of Western Ontario associate professor of sociology; and…
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Finland, Sweden, and NATO: What Putin Didn’t Want

Dr. Steven L. Lamy, professor emeritus of political science and international relations and spatial sciences, explains in his article in The Conversation why no one should be surprised that Finland and Sweden, historically neutral countries, have applied for full NATO membership. Dr. Lamy opines that both Finland and Sweden see the priority of protecting their…
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Introducing our Fall 2022 PHP PhD cohort

The Spatial Sciences Institute is pleased to announce the incoming 2022 cohort to the Population, Health and Place Ph.D. program. Please join us in welcoming these five outstanding students to the Trojan Family! Jacob Gizamba BS Wildlife Health, Makerere University, Uganda (2019) MPH Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Cape Town, South Africa (2022) Jacob has…
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