Center for Family and Demographic Research

Center for Family and Demographic Research

The Center for Family and Demographic Research is a proud affiliate of BGSU's campus and community.

Center for Family & Demographic Research

The Center for Family and Demographic Research (CFDR) is an NIH-funded population research center dedicated to research, training, and service in demography. The CFDR integrates demographic methods, data, and perspectives with other social scientific approaches to understand the well-being of children and families. A special focus of research by CFDR affiliates addresses the public health and social problems facing at-risk children, adolescents, and families.

The Center for Family and Demographic Research at Bowling Green State University has core funding from The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (P2CHD050959).

Fall Speaker Series

From Police Reform to Police Abolition? How Residents and Activists in Minneapolis Want to Make Black Lives Matter
Michelle S. Phelps, PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Minnesota
Wednesday, October 13, 12:30-1:30 pm
Online via Zoom

Speaker Series Schedule

Fall Workshops

Using the ICPSR Database: Finding Social Science Data
Instructors: Linda Detterman and Lynette Hoelter
Monday, September 27, 12:30-1:30 pm
Online

Workshop Schedule

Guzzo Named CFDR Director

Karen Benjamin Guzzo has been appointed the Director of the Center for Family and Demographic Research

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CFDR Grants 

  • Kelly Balistreri
    2021 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey

    Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center
  • Peggy Giordano
    RAPID: The Coronavirus Pandemic: Predictors and Consequences of Compliance with Social Distancing Recommendations

    National Science Foundation
  • Susan Brown and I-Fen Lin
    Health and Well-being Effects on Later-life Divorce and Subsequent Repartnering

    National Institute on Aging
  • Eric Dubow
    Exposure to Violence and Subsequent Weapons Use: Mediating and Moderating Processes

    Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development