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The Human Ecology of Social Inequality

This conference explores the formation, dynamics, and intersections of socioeconomic inequality in the United States, as well as the economic, political, and social implications increasing levels of socioeconomic inequality present for current and future generations. A diverse group of multidisciplinary keynote speakers and select UC Davis faculty will address these issues from their respective disciplinary vantage points, with a specific focus on how socioeconomic inequality influences outcomes experienced by individuals and communities, the built environment, and sociopolitical power dynamics in the United States. Key note addresses by Dale Dannefer, Ph.D. (Case Western University), Darrick Hamilton, Ph.D. (New School University), and Diane Jones Allen, Ph.D. (Design Jones, LLC).



CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:

<div>May 25, 2017
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<div>8:45-9:15: Welcome: M. Anne Visser, Department of Human Ecology, UC Davis; Luis E. Guarnizo, Department of Human Ecology, UC Davis; Mary Delaney, Associate Dean of Social Science, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
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<div>9:15-10:15: Keynote Presentation: Diane Jones Allen, Design Jones, LLC
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<div>10:15 -11:15: Keynote Presentation: Darrick Hamilton, New School University
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<div>11:15-11:30: Coffee Break
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<div>11:30-12:30- Keynote Presentation: Dale Dannefer, Case Western Reserve University
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<div>12:45-2:00- Lunch Break
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<div>2:45-4:15 :  Roundtable Discussion: Constructing an Evidence Based Research Agenda to Examine the Human Ecology of Social Inequality
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<div>4:15-5:00: Closing Remarks and Reception
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UC Davis - ARC Ballroom B
Location of conference
Parking
Recommended visitor parking option #1
Parking
Visitor parking option #2