Can Sesame Street Influence Future Civic Engagement?

Featuring Claire Duquennois, an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh. She is an applied microeconomist working at the intersection between labor, development, and behavioral economics. Recent work explores the cognitive impacts of poverty on kids and sleep, seasonality in rural labor markets and the impacts of child media.

The Early Childhood Initiative seeks to bring together scholars to address early childhood challenges and produce world-class scholarship that will help maximize the potential of all children during their early years.

Please join us for a reception immediately following the talk.

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