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Feb 10 – Distinguished Lecture and Academic Sherry Hour

Distinguished Lecture and Academic Sherry Hour

the USC Retired Faculty Association and the USC Emeriti Center present

“The Economic Consequences of Immigration for the Future”

Professor Dowell Myers

Professor of Policy, Planning and Demography

USC Price School of Public Policy

Dowell Myers, Ph.D., is a specialist in urban growth and societal change, with expertise as a planner and urban demographer. He has been an advisor to the Bureau of the Census and authored the most widely referenced work on census analysis, Analysis with Local Census Data: Portraits of Change (Academic Press, 1992). His demographic work has included substantial emphasis on immigration. His 2007 book was Immigrants and Boomers: Forging a New Social Contract for the Future of America. He is a champion of future-oriented research, which helps inform better decisions today.

 

Friday, February 10, 2017

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Doheny Memorial Library, Polymathic Academy Room (Rm. 241)

RSVP Requested: http://bit.ly/Myers2-10-17

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
There is no charge for this event.

 

Three kinds of sherry, sparkling cider, water, cookies and assorted nuts will be served.

For additional information contact Jerry Walker, Associate Provost (Ret.) at  jbwalker@usc.edu.