Our Center is part of the Delta Directions Consortium.
The Delta Directions Consortium cordially invites you to attend the 4th Delta Regional Forum on Population Health, Development, and Entrepreneurial Problem Solving, July 18-19, 2018, at the Coahoma County Higher Education Center in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Click here to register.
This conference will include oral paper presentations, panels, workshops, and poster sessions. Scholars and students from diverse disciplines and fields are invited (community development, demography, sociology, anthropology, epidemiology, public health, social work, and law, just to name a few), as are practitioners working the arenas of policy and program development and evaluation. Abstracts will be accepted from scholars, students, and practitioners until June 1, 2018:
Support the Center’s work with the Delta Directions Consortium by donating to the Delta Directions Fund.
Other programs with which the Center is involved include:
- Lead Project
- Mississippi Farm to School Network
- Mississippi Health and Hunger Atlas
- New Pathways to Health and Opportunity (formerly The New Pathways to Health Initiative)
- Partnership with James C. Kennedy Wellness Center
- The Resilience Project
- Right! from the Start
The Center for Population Studies is also active in the University of Mississippi Flagship Constellations initiative aimed at bringing together multidisciplinary teams of diverse faculty, staff, students, alumni, and external partners to inspire meaningful solutions to complicated issues requiring collaborative thinking.