The PRC has a long and successful record of training population scientists. Students with interests in population research (broadly defined) can benefit from affiliation with the PRC through the opportunity to become involved in the wide variety of funded research projects based there. The PRC is also able to provide trainees with access to specialized software and computer infrastructure, and when possible, fellowship support, space, and travel funds to attend professional meetings, such as the annual meeting of the Population Association of America. Perhaps most importantly, the traineeship provides the opportunity to become part of a dynamic scholarly community consisting of students, faculty, and the Center’s professional staff.

Below, we outline the requirements and expectations for the PRC traineeship over the course of a student’s graduate training.

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