What historical, Spanish-era parish data can be used in research? Where are the data located and how can they be accessed? What are the possible uses of these data in the different social science disciplines or in trans-disciplinary research?
Donate to UPPI’s Fellowship Program & Book Grant
The UP Population Institute is raising money to continuously provide full scholarships for qualified graduate students , and a book grant for the top academic performer per semester. The fund-raising activity commenced with the start of the Institute’s 50th anniversary celebrations in November 2014.
Dr Kabamalan presents certificate and cash price to Ms. Musni
Until recently, the winners of the UP Population Institute Book Grant were all MA Population Studies (MPOPs) majors. For the first time in the history of the grant, a MA Demography student was able to break through with a GWA of 1.1.
Dr. Ortega Bags PSSC’s VAM Research Excellence Award
Posted on: 28 March 2017
For the year 2017, the Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC) chose UPPI professor Dr. Arnisson Andre C. Ortega to receive its Virginia A. Miralao Excellence in Research Award for his publication entitled Neoliberalizing Spaces in the Philippines: Suburbanization, Transnational Migration, and Dispossession.
A Conversation on the Use of Spanish-era Population Data Set in March
Aging in the Philippines: Findings from the 2007 Philippine Study on Aging
Posted on: 17 November 2016
The book, Aging in the Philippines: Findings from the 2007 Philippine Study on Aging, is an output of the 2007 Philippine Study on Aging (PSOA) project of the University of the Philippines Population Institute in collaboration with the Nihon University Population Research Institute of Japan.