The NextGenPop summer program will be successively hosted over 5 years by the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2022), Cornell University (2023), Duke University (2024), University of California, Irvine (2025), and University of Minnesota (2026). Sites will share a common core curriculum on population perspectives, research methods, and professional development. Each site will also feature a signature theme that reflects their cutting-edge research and expertise.
Duke University in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, Duke Population Research Institute
Year 4, Summer 2025
University of California, Irvine, Center for Population, Inequality, and Policy
Year 5, Summer 2026
University of Minnesota, Minnesota Population Center