Small Towns/Big Changes: The Shifting Demographics of Rural America, Robert A. Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University; Daniel Lichter, Cornell University; Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University; Meredith A. Kleykamp, University of Maryland; Wesley James, University of Memphis

Having Friends, Socializing as Important to Good Health as Diet, Exercise, Paola Scommegna, Population Reference Bureau; and Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina

Dating Violence and Safety on College Campuses: Using Technology to Change the Climate, Michele Decker, Johns Hopkins University; Nancy Glass, Johns Hopkins University; and Kiersten Stewart, Futures Without Violence

Migration and the Environment, Jason Bremner, Population Reference Bureau; and Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Population Center

Extreme Poverty and Health in the United States, Kathryn Edin, Johns Hopkins University; Robert Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University; Jacky Jennings, Johns Hopkins University; and Andrew J. Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University

Global Family Planning Goals and Measurement: Where Are We Now? Scott Radloff, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; and Emily Sonneveldt, Futures Institute

Where Does the Time Go? Understanding Overwhelmed Working Families through the American Time Use Survey, Liana Sayer, University of Maryland; Brigid Schulte, New York Times; Diane Herz, Mathematica Policy Research; Steven Martin, Urban Institute; and Rachel Krantz, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Live Long and Prosper: The Impact of Education on Mortality, Robert Kaplan, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Vida Maralani, Yale University; Ryan Masters, University of Colorado-Boulder; and, Jennifer Montez, Syracuse University

The Vow Factor: Marriage, Divorce and Family Formation and its Impact on Health and Well-being, Robert Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University; Andrew J. Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University; and H. Elizabeth Peters, Urban Institute

The War On Poverty: 50 Years Later and the Battle Continues, Kathleen Short, U.S. Census Bureau; John Iceland, Pennsylvania State University; and Colleen Heflin, University of Missouri

Children of Incarcerated Parents, Kristin Turney, University of California-Irvine

Adding It Up: The Costs and Benefits of Investing in Reproductive Health Services, Jacqueline E. Darroch and Sneha Barot, Guttmacher Institute

U.S. Marriage, Divorce, Childbearing Trends Bring New Risks for Parents, Children, Robert Moffitt and Andrew Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University; and H. Elizabeth Peters, Urban Institute

Alternate Routes to Equity in Higher Education, Marta Tienda, Princeton University

Demographic Impacts and Disaster Response to the 2004 Florida Hurricanes and Hurricane Katrina, Stanley Smith, University of Florida 

The Effects of Military Deployment on Family Health, David R. Segal, University of Maryland; Robert W. Blum, Johns Hopkins University; Gregory H. Gorman, Uniformed Services University and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; and Valerie Maholmes, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Family Care for an Aging Population: Demographic Contexts and Policy Challenges, Andrew J. Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University; Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Madonna Harrington Meyer, Syracuse University; and John Haaga, National Institute on Aging

Climate Change and Urban Adaptation: Managing Unavoidable Health Risks in Developing Countries, Mark Montgomery, Stony Brook University; Patricia Romero Lankao, National Center for Atmospheric Research; John Furlow, USAID Washington Climate Change Team; and Fariyal Fikree, Population Reference Bureau

Next Steps in Controlling HIV in Africa: Behavior, Biology, or Both, Thomas Coates, University of California at Los Angeles; Ronald Gray, Johns Hopkins University; and Carl W. Dieffenbach, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Is Low Birth Weight a Cause of Problems, or a Symptom of Them? Dalton Conley, New York University; Marie McCormick, Harvard School of Public Health; and Woodie Kessell, University of Maryland.

Demography of Disasters: Informing Recovery Decisions, Russ Paulsen, American Red Cross; Elizabeth Frankenberg, Duke University; and Mark VanLandingham, Tulane University 

Economic and Social Consequences of Job Loss and Unemployment, Jennie E. Brand, UCLA; and Till von Wachter, UCLA

Educational Differences in Adult Mortality in the U.S., Robert Hummer, University of Texas at Austin 

Effect of Educational Attainment on Adult Mortality in the U.S., Robert Hummer and Elaine Hernandez, University of Texas at Austin 

Global Family Planning Goals and Measurement: Where Are We Now?, Scott Radloff, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; and Emily Sonneveldt, Futures Institute

Higher Education and Employment in the Current U.S. Economy, Anthony P. Carnevale, Georgetown University

How Is Immigration Changing the U.S.? Philip Martin, University of California, Davis

Immigration and the Foreign-Born Workforce in the United States, Elizabeth Grieco, U.S. Census Bureau; B. Lindsay Lowell, Georgetown University; and Pia M. Orrenius, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

The Increasing Importance of Education for Longevity in the United States, Robert Hummer, University of Texas at Austin 

Innovative Population and Environment Research, Lori Hunter, University of Colorado, Boulder

Long-Term Effects of Childhood Poverty in the United States, Greg Duncan, University of California, Irvine

Net Migration Patterns as a Tool to Understand Community Change, Richelle Winkler, Michigan Tech; and Katherine Curtis, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Recession and Recovery: How Are Americans Affected, Matthew Stagner, University of Chicago; Michael Hurd, RAND Corporation; Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina; and Greg Duncan, University of California, Irvine 

Social and Economic Impacts of U.S. Immigration, Charles Hirschmann, University of Washington, Seattle

Social Vulnerability and Resilience to Natural Disasters, Susan Cutter, University of South Carolina 

The Tsunami, Six Years Later: Results of a Large-Scale Longitudinal Study in Aceh, Indonesia, Duncan Thomas and Elizabeth Frankenberg, Duke University

U.S. Immigrant Children, Jennifer Van Hook, Penn State University; and Jennifer Glick, Arizona State University