2015-2016 Events

All-California Labor Economics Conference 2016

ACLEC brings together economists working in labor and related fields from across California. The 10th Annual Conference will be held at UC Davis on September 19 to September 20, 2016.
  • Student Community Center | UC Davis
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Europe's Migration and Refugee Crisis

The 28 EU member countries are expected to receive over 1.5 million migrants in 2015, double 2014 migration levels. Migrants drowning in the Mediterranean, trying to slip onto trucks headed to Britain via the Eurotunnel, and boarding trains for Germany have dominated recent headlines.
  • Moot Court Room | King Hall | UC Davis
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International Connections Reception

Meet UC Davis faculty, staff and scholars who are internationally engaged and discover opportunities to connect with colleagues for international teaching, research and public service.
  • Yocha Dehe Grand Lobby | Mondavi Center | UC Davis
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Mobility Creativity Nexus

This one-day conference will look at the role of mobility in creativity as an economic driver and creativity as a disruptive force driving both planned and unplanned mobility.
  • Buehler Alumni Center | AGR Hall | UC Davis
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To the New World and Back Again: Return Migration and Upward Mobility

Katherine Eriksson research has focused on the immigrants during what is known as the "age of mass migration" in the US between 1850 and 1930. Her second strand of research concerns the origins of black-white disparities in education, health, and incarceration, looking at the first half of the twentieth century U.S.
  • 2203 SS&H (Andrews Conference Room) | UC Davis
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